Entrance to the desert: Draa valley
- Landscapes rich in contrast
- Urbanity in Zagora
- Desert feeling at the entrance door to Sahara
The Draa is Morocco’s longest river. It is formed by the confluence of the Dadès River and Imini River. It flows from the High Atlas mountains south-(east)ward to Tagounite and from Tagounite mostly westwards to the Atlantic Ocean. Most of the year the part of the Draa after Tagounite falls dry.
Draa valley crosses unique landscapes and Berber villages to finally stop on Sahara sand dunes. It is located between Ouarzazate and M’hamid and is also named desert’s entrance door. We visit Agdz, Tamegroute and Zagora and have lunch. Overnight in M’hamid.
2 days – 1 night
4WD jeep or minibus, departure: Ouarzazate
Vegetarian meals on request. Meals in local Berber hotel-restaurants.
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Children -12 years old: -10%
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