Departure by 4x4 for Demnate, a Berber village renowned for its natural Imi-n-ifri bridge and dinosaur tracks. The road then crosses the High Atlas mountains to reach Ouarzazate, the city of cinema. Night in a typical guest housel.
Departure for the Skora palm grove and its beautiful kasbahs. After Kelaa M'gouna and the valley of roses, the Boutaghar trail crosses a rocky plateau where nomads troglodytes live. In Ait Youl, the road runs along colorful and surprising rock formations to the Dades gorges.
After a walk in the gorges, the road follows the Oued Dadès to M'Semrir and Agoudal, small Berber mountain villages. In Imichil located on a plateau 2200m above sea level, you will discover the lakes of Asli and Taslit, which legend says were born from tears shed by two young lovers separated by their parents..
Departure for the Imiter gorges, an oasis of peace far from the tourist circuits before joining Goulmima and its old ksar. Then the road takes you to Merzouga, at the foot of the dunes. Camel ride to admire the sunset. Dinner and night in a Berber tent.
Sunrise show then departure to cross the Tafilalt and the mineral immensity of the Bougafer Massif before reaching Alnif and Tazzarine. From Tansikht, the track follows the palm groves and oases of the Drâa valley to Tamnougalt, a former caravan stopover then Agdz and its typical market. Continuation to Ouarzazate in lunar landscapes by taking the Tizi-n-Tinffift pass.
The return is via the old caravan route via Ait ben Haddou, a magnificent ksar classified as a Unesco heritage site, then the Telouet kasbah, ancestral home of the Pasha Glaoui. The crossing of the High Atlas via the Tichka pass offers magnificent landscapes to Marrakech
The price includes: the 4×4 vehicle with driver / guide, diesel fuel and vehicle insurance, lunches, dinners, overnight stays and breakfasts during the hike, the guide and the mule team
25% reduction for children under 12