Recessed back of superb gorges, is accessible by a track more or less feasible according to the seasons. it is the starting point for beautiful hiking
Discover The Ouarzazate Area, The Gateway To The Magic Desert Of Morocco This mountain range offers beautiful landscapes and diverse view
Recessed back of superb gorges, is accessible by a track more or less feasible according to the seasons. it is the starting point for beautiful hiking. You make treks from Imlil. A one hour walk, we perceive the marabout of Sidi Chamharouche, revered by Muslims and Jews.
Afetr a few days discovering Marrakech relax and travel by train to the imperial city of fez, the religious and cultural capital of Morocco,
Leave Marrakech behind you as you travel west to the Atlantic coast and the rather unique town of Essaouira with its ancient Medina, busy fishing port backed by miles and miles of golden sands,
On the seconde half of this combination trip you make a long drive from Marrakech, crossing the Atlas Mountains, to reach the edge of the Sahara, the world largest desert, Consider staying in a comfortable desert camp to really appreciate the beauty and silence of the vast Sahara desert,
About 600 km from Marrakesh, after the pass of Tizi n'Ticka, the exceptionally still and serene valleys, you will find Ouarzazate. This tranquil city marks the commencement of the deep south. This is the escape route.
Boumalne is well suited as a starting point for a tour of the nearby Dadès Gorge. Take the N 10 out of town in the direction of Ouarzazate. The R 704, a dirt road, branches off beyond a bridge over the Dadès, about 1km/0,5mi outside the town, and leads to the gorge.
In the middle of a small oasis at the end of the Dadès Gorge, 24km/15mi east of El-Kelaâ-des-M’Gouna, lies Boumalne-du-Dadès (pop. 10,000), the chief town of the district. Jbel Sarhro, an extremely barren, rocky and rugged mountain massif, stretches out to the south.
The routes over the High Atlas are among the most famous journeys in Morocco. The eastern mountain road leads from Marrakech, at an altitude of 453m/1,486ft, over the 2,210m/7,250ft-high tizi n’Tichka pass down to the Ouarzazate plateau and along the river oasis through the palm-green Drâa valley, with its innumerable ksour and kasbahs, to Zagora, the centre of camel trekking.