Discover our day trips from marrakech to sahara desert
Start our day trips from marrakech to sahara desert from your luxurious Hotel in Marrakech. Then, take you through the most inspiring drive through the dramatic mountains paths of the Tizi’n tichka Pass. With its thousands old Kasbah lined all along the road where we can have a short stop. In order to take some wonderful photographs of the elevated scenery. Before making our way to the Kasbah at Ait Ben Haddou.
Ait Ben Haddou:
The fabulous Kasbah is spectacular royal palaces and ancient buildings whose history goes back almost a thousand years. In addition, its impressive old the maze of narrow and crenulated towers are mainly from the 17th century.
The uniqueness and authenticity of the marvelous walled village makes it a hidden treasure for directors and international film makers. As the exotic old castles are a home for great movies and TV series. Such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Last Temptation of Christ, Kundun, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, and Game of Thrones.
After a memorable tour in the fascinating Kasbah and its colorful markets, we’ll continue our day trips from marrakech to sahara desert “Ouarzazate”. This Sahara town is a huge maze inside the old with many traditional small doors and rooms. In addition, every room is beautifully decorated with fascinating Moroccan tiles on the giant doors, old fireplaces, the exotic carved ceilings, or beautiful windows. Where you can see the breathtaking views of the majestic Middle Atlas.
Then, guide through the old Souks and ancient Ksour that are still home to a number of resilient families. In order to get a clear idea about the old classical Arabic architecture. We will also take you through the magnificent narrow streets, traditional restaurant, Souks, and the marvelous film Studio. With the most precious treasures and Arabian items. As you get your own feeling of Lawrence of Arabia.
At The end of your day trips from marrakech to sahara desert, we’ll take you back to your Hotel in Marrakech. Passing by the most splendid landscapes and hidden Sahara regions.
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