Wedding in the desert of Morocco


Day 1 – Casablanca airport / Marrakech hotel (D):



Casablanca airport / Marrakech hotel (D):

Arrival at Marrakech airport, assistance
by our staff & then transfer to your hotel Blue See in Marrakech, Dinner & overnight at
the hotel

Day 2 – Marrakech / Ouarzazate / Boumalne / Gorges Todra / Erfoud / Merzouga (B, L, D):



Marrakech / Ouarzazate / Boumalne / Gorges Todra / Erfoud / Merzouga (B, L, D):

Breakfast, then early departure to Ouarzazate nicknamed the door of the desert.
Ouarzazate is located at an elevation of 1,160 m. The town is chiefly inhabited by the
Berbers who constructed many of the prominent Kasbahs and buildings for which the
area is known. Ouarzazate is an important holiday destination in Morocco as a point
start of excursions across the Draa Valley and into the desert. The fortified village (Ksar)
of Aït Benhaddou west of the city, is a UNESCO world Heritage Site. The Ouarzazate
area is also a noted film making location with Morocco’s biggest Studios inviting many
international film companies to shoot their films. We travel over the High Atlas
Mountains via the Tizi-n Tichka pass. During the journey, we will enjoy many beautiful
scenes of the Berber villages, elevated views of the Mountains. Lunch at the riad
Maktoub at the Kasbah Ait Benhaddou ( in the opposite side of
the Kasbah Aït Benhaddou, then we leave to Boumalne through the Kelaat Megouna.
The town of Kelaat M'Gouna in the Souss-Massa-Draâ region of the province of Tinghir
and is most likely best known for the Festival of Roses which celebrates the rose petal

harvest in May each year. Kelaat M'Gouna, also known as El-Kelaa, is home to the
country's largest rose water and rose oil manufacturers – products which are used
extensively in fragrances, beauty products and the traditional cuisine of Morocco.
Visitors to the manufacturers can purchase rose water and other rose-scented products,
bearing in mind that it takes up to three tons of rose petals to produce one liter of rose
water. Dinner & Overnight at the hotel at the hotel Nasser Palace

Day 3 – Merzouga :

Morocco desert tours



Breakfast, then excursion by 4×4 drive to discover the dunes and the
area of the desert with lunch in the oasis, after lunch, return to the hotel at around 4h00
pm for relax, then after, we leave by 4×4 wheel drive to reach our Luxury camp for
the wedding ceremony, Dinner with local folklore under the tents, overnight in the
desert under fully equipped tents

Day 4 – Merzouga / Alnif / Nkob / Ouarzazate:



Merzouga / Alnif / Nkob / Ouarzazate:

Berber breakfast, then return to the hotel and then we
continue our route to Ouarzazate through the mountains and villages of Alnif and Nkob, on our way, we can meet
even the real nomad with their sheep, visit of the Kasbah Tifoultout, dinner & overnight at the hotel Ibis Moussafir

Day 5 – Ouarzazate / Marrakech (B, D) :



Ouarzazate / Marrakech (B, D)

Breakfast, return to Marrakech through the Tizi’n Tichka pass and
Taddart, arrival into Marrakech, lunch at leisure, afternoon free at leisure, dinner at the Moroccan restaurant with
local music Palais Arabe

Day 6 – Marrakech / Essaouira (B, D):



Marrakech / Essaouira (B, D):

Breakfast, then your day to Essaouira will begin
with a drive along the haouz planes to Chichaoua village where you will stop for a cup of
coffee before you continue to Sidi Mokhtar. On your way you will cross the Argan Trees
forest, where you might spot some goats climbing the trees. To watch how the Argan oil
(called liquid gold or Moroccan Oil) is extracted, you can visit a local ladies cooperative
and learn how some fine cosmetic products are locally made out of the rich Argan Oil.
From here we will carry on to Essaouira, upon arrival you will explore the beautiful city:
Visit the fishing port of Essaouira and watch the local fisherman returning back inland
with their catch
Visit Skala Kasbah which was a citadel in the times of the war
Visit some the beautiful galleries scattered in the medina
Lunch at leisure, afternoon, free at leisure, dinner & overnight at the 5 star deluxe hotel
Atlas Essaouira (

Day 7 – Essaouira / Marrakech / (B, D):

day trips from Marrakech


Essaouira / Marrakech / (B, D):

Breakfast, then return to Marrakech, lunch at leisure,
afternoon, we will explore Marrakech, the red city called “the pearl of the south”, the imperial capital in
the eleventh century, whose monuments, richly decorated with fine stucco work, mosaics and marbles,
testify to the rich past of this city. The old town, or medina, is enclosed by walls in ocher, which stand out
against the backdrop of the stunning Atlas Mountains and stand out among the lush greenery of palm
groves. We will visit the graves Saadian, the Bahia Palace, Badia Palace and the Koutoubia minaret,

Dinner at the best Moroccan restaurant Dar Yacout (

Day 8 – Marrakech / Casablanca airport

day trips from Casablanca


Marrakech / Casablanca airport

Breakfast, then transfer to Casablanca airport for returns flight home


  • Accommodation on half boar at the hotels listed above YES
  • Transportation by air conditioned Mini Bus 17 seats YES
  • An English Speaking guide throughout the trip for assistance YES
  • Entrance fees to the monuments in Ouarzazate & Marrakech YES
  • Lunches in Kasbah Ait Benhaddou & Merzouga YES
  • 4×4 wheel drive in Merzouga YES
  • International & domestic flight ticket NO
  • Personnel expenses & drinks NO
  • All meals that are not mentioned above NO

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