Lakes & Waterfalls Tour

With our professional team, you are going to have a golden chance to taste the flavor of our Moroccan highlights.

Marrakech sight-seeing

Day 1 – From Marrakesh To Ouarzazate

Across the Atlas Mountains, the Tizi n’Tichka pass and the  breathtaking views of snow-capped mountainous villages.

More you descend to the desert scenery, more you pass through berber villages until you reach the peak of  sahara desert.

In Ouarzazate, you will visit the Unesco world heritage sites, the fortified  Kasbah  of Ait Benhaddou and the  Kasbah of Taourirt, where a meeting with a representative of the Conservation Centre for Heritage Rehabilitation (CERKAS) has been arranged, to tell you more about the rich history of the area.

Dinner and overnight in your Hotel / Riad

Camel Trekking

Day 2 – From Ouarzazate  To  Merzouga

After breakfast, you head to the south through Draa valley, in Agdez, you will visit the oldest Kasbahs and passing over mountains.

After lunch in Enqob village, you take the road through Tazzarine where they have made   Babel-Movie  tournage to reach the bivouac in Merzouga, where you will be greeted with a glass of tea and  have camel trekking to enjoy the sunset  over the golden dunes.

Delicious dinner and overnight under Berber deluxe Tent.

Sahara Kasbah

Day 3 – Merzouga – Tinghir- Toudgha Gorges

In the morning,  you can get up early to walk over the sand dunes and enjoy the memorable sunrise, moreover, upon camels you get  back to the hotel to take shower and breakfast, then you take road towards gorges ( road used by the Paris Dakar rally ), you will discover also a cave where  local people extract fossils from the heart of the earth.

Guided-visit  in Rissani ,the town where the alaouite dynasty established (ruling now in morocco), you will see the historic monument  of sijilmassa, the famous business point all over Africa , old Kasbahs ( more than 350 kasbah ) ,mosulement of moulay ali charif (the founder of alaouite dynasty),El fida Museum  ,the old Market (the big  Souk in the area ).

Finally through the ziz valley,  you will reach Todra gorges to discover the beautiful rivers and mountains.

Dinner and over night in your mountainous Hotel/ Riad

Ouzoud Waterfalls

Day 4 – From Toudgha Gorges  To Ouzoud Waterfalls

After breakfast, you head off  to south of Imilchil, a small village famous for its marriage festival, organized every year . Continuing through a panoramic road to reach Tadlah’s Kasba   (in Berber dialectics, Tadla means a bouquet of wheat ) it  lies on the left bank of  Oum Er Rabia River.

Shortly after Kasba- Tadla lies Beni Mellal, where you will visit the Ain Asserdoun waterfalls which provide drinking water and are a source of irrigation for the surrounding villages ( Ouled Ayad, Ouled Drid, Mghi …)  Asserdoun means “mule”.

The falls are set in a well-kept and prettily designed park and from the “castle”, just above there is a wonderful view of the town and the fertile plain  full of olive and orange trees.

Back to the High Atlas, you will  see a lovely lake of Ben El Ouidane where the mountains come down to the water! Here, you can stroll to enjoy  peaceful moments in this  area and watch local  fishermen waiting their luck .

Later you continue to the Ouzoud Waterfalls to pass a wonderful night.

Marrakech Riad

Day 5 – From Ouzoud  To  Marrakesh

After breakfast, you will visit the splendid waterfalls, which constitute one of the most spectacular, natural and  beautiful attractions in Morocco.

Their surrounding countryside offers red cliffs, oleander and doves. If you are lucky you will catch a glimpse of some Barbary apes.

A short walk will bring you to the top of the falls ,from where you can see the river stretching away from the magnificent waterfalls.

On the road back to Marrakesh, from Demnate, we will drive six kilometres to reach Imi-n-Ifri, it means “door to the cave” in berber dialectis , It is  well-known by its  natural rocky bridge formed by the underground cave system collapsing.

Dinner and overnight at an astonishing  Riad in  Marrakesh.