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Durante la noche viaje en el desierto a Erg Chigaga Dunes desde Zagora con camello y 4x4

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Pasar una noche en el desierto del Sahara es una experiencia inolvidable para quienes visitan Marruecos por primera vez y las Dunas de Erg Chigaga son las más cercanas a Marrakech. Este tour parte de la ciudad del desierto de Zagora e incluye un emocionante safari por el desierto en 4x4, una caminata en camello por el amanecer a través de las dunas y una noche en un campamento del desierto bereber, donde se deleitará con una cena y un sueño bereberes tradicionales. En una tienda nómada bajo las estrellas.
  • Vistas espectaculares del desierto al amanecer y al atardecer.
  • Monta en camello por las dunas del desierto del Sahara
  • Alojamiento en un campamento tradicional del desierto bereber.
  • Transporte de ida y vuelta desde Zagora en un 4WD con aire acondicionado.

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Gran experiencia en el desierto.
Stan C
, nov 2019
Fuimos recogidos por Rachid, nuestro guía, e Ibrahim, nuestro conductor, en nuestro alojamiento en Zagora. Visitamos una cerámica en Tamagrout camino al Erg Chigaga, lo cual fue interesante. Ibrahim fue un gran conductor y nos cuidó muy bien y tenía buen gusto musical. Rachid tenía un buen inglés y un gran conocimiento de la cultura y la historia del desierto y del país en general. Tuvimos un corto paseo en camello hasta la duna más alta, que subimos para ver el atardecer, que era hermoso. Luego tuvimos una cena muy agradable seguida de una fogata y tiempo para disfrutar de las estrellas inolvidables. Las instalaciones eran muy básicas y los baños eran bastante sombríos, pero por lo demás tuvimos una noche fantástica. Nos levantamos para ver el amanecer y después de un buen desayuno regresamos por una ruta diferente a través del desierto. Una gran experiencia en general.

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Go - it’s great - but check the price is right first!

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Marrakech Moroccan Dinner and Live Cultural Show | feb 2020
We visited on New Year’s Eve and on the whole it was a really great night. The show itself is spectacular and there were fireworks at the end to celebrate the new year. The food was really good and there was course after course. If you’re going to book though make sure there aren’t going to be any extra charges. I was messaged the day before we were travelling to Marrakech to be told that there was an extra £50 per person to be paid because of it being New Year’s eve. I could understand this - it being New Year’s eve -and we were there for about an hour longer for the same reason. I’d rather have known about this up from though. For the extra price we we’re pretty used a bottle of wine. When we got there, the waiter seated us at a table which was also set for other guests. We weren’t aware we were sharing and in the end no one else turned up. This sounds really petty but it was the way we were rudely shown our seats. We moved in the end because, the other seats at the table were much more comfortable - not sure why we weren’t seated there in the first place apart from the rudeness factor. We asked about the wine - got a disinterested shrug then had to sit there for ages watching everyone else in our tent be offered drinks and having various orders taken. It was beyond rude. However, our taxi driver had hung around to make sure we were on and tried time after time to get us the promised wine and eventually he did succeed. He was amazing - the waiter was not. We were served last with everything - it was almost as though we’d made trouble for him by turning up at all. In summary. The show is amazing. The food is great. The taxis driver was outstanding. The waiter was unnecessarily rude.
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Do not use this guide, Edea

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3-Day Private Tour to Erg Chebbi Dunes, Atlas Mountains and Todra Gorges from Marrakech | oct 2019
Negative- Our guide drove with such recklessness that the other Moroccans were cursing him. His tire was having problems and other drivers pointed it out, but he said it would last until we returned to Marrakech. It did not. The tire literally flew off the car while we were driving. Some of the restaurants chosen were dirty and left us ill. He insisted on stopping at a store although we said no and he lied about where he was stopping. We bought nothing from these friends of his. Positive- it was overall a good experience and would recommend it with another driver or another vendor. Camp in desert was luxurious and the staff there was helpful and entertaining. Driver did take us to fossil factory at our request.We made it back to Marrakech safely, but 2 out of 4 got quite ill due to car sickness from his frightening driving on the mountain roads and bad food from the chosen restaurants. Tip- take dramamine prior to drive through Atlas Mountains.
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Morocco Was Amazing; But Viator's Services Didn't Measure Up!

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6 Days Imperial Cities Tours From Tangier -Chefchaouen Fes- Casablanca To Marrakech | sep 2019
These beautiful Moroccan cities, the countryside between them and their warm, accepting residents will dispel any Western fears or biases you may have before your journey. You may, however, not want to experience them with Viator. To begin, the on-line, tour description is vague. We called for more info and were referred to the Moroccan company contracted by Viator who were equally vague. Viator can arrange for airport pickup; but never confirmed ours causing us to "double pay" for ground transport at arrival. The impression is that you will see Morocco with a "Driver/Guide". The reality is that you will have a "Driver". Ours was "excellent" at driving and navigation, but was not well educated in either English or much about his country and its history. When he didn't know the answer to our questions he would usually invent something or say "This is very old.". Multiple hours are spent in an SUV on hard seats in hot weather. Dress accordingly!. Included will be a "drive-around" of each city, a full day guide in Fez (ours was amazing), a half day guide in Marrakech (also good) and substantial time "on your own" (with no advance notice) where you may "buy" additional guided tours. You will spend 4 nights in beautiful Riads; old homes converted into B&Bs. Breakfast is plain; yogurt, hot and cold breads (multiple kinds), coffee and OJ (sometimes fruit). The driver will drop you for lunch. Dinner is "OK"; provided at inexpensive places featuring Moroccan food and non-western sanitation. Accordingly, you may become ill requiring GI medications. All 4 of us were sick for at least 50% of the trip causing us to miss some of the tours we paid additional money for. We spent the last 2 nights in a more western-style hotel in Marrakech with 18 hours on our hands and nowhere to go. We didn't like the boredom and paying for our driver's half day off in Marrakech. "A waste of our time" in such a historic city. Advice if you go... (1) Read about each city in advance and ask to see specific attractions or take side-trips you have identified. (2) Ask about when and where you will need paid guides and book in advance. It will save you money. (3) Ask about dead time and the vehicle and driver's availability to you during those periods. Your driver may be able to arrange for extra excursions. (4) Consider travelers illness as a real possibility. Take precautions in eating and bring appropriate medications. Morocco and its people are amazing. Viator?
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From the moment I was picked up to...

star-5Desiree V
Ouzoud Falls Private Day Trip from Marrakech | nov 2017

From the moment I was picked up to the moment I was dropped off, it was an amazing adventure. The falls were beautiful and monkeys were everywhere coming right up to you. Great photo opps! The agency (Younes) was so easy to work with and my guide Hamad was the BEST!! I would highly recommend this!!

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Had a great 2-day tour, it was a...

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2-Day Private Desert Tour from Marrakech to the Dunes Of M'hamid | oct 2017

Had a great 2-day tour, it was a long drive from Marakkesh about 8 hours, which was longer than we expected. But when we arrived in the dessert it was absolutely worth the trip

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An absolutely unforgettable...

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2-Day Private Desert Tour from Marrakech to the Dunes Of M'hamid | sep 2017

An absolutely unforgettable experience which we would highly recomend! We had a limited amount of time in Marrakech and really wanted to see the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert. Our informative guide and driver, Abdul, was amazing and took great care of us, always ensuring that we had plenty of water, breaks to stretch our legs, and taking us to great cafes and restaurants along the way for nourishment. He was an excellent driver and we always felt safe despite the sometimes treacherous road conditions. The journey to the desert is on windy roads through high mountain passes, following the old caravan trail that has existed for centuries. The old stone control towers are still visible along the route as you pass through ancient villages and kasbahs, finally exiting the mountains and driving along 200km of date palm groves. One more mountain pass and you find yourself in the western Sahara desert, driving through a lunar landscape to a tent camp set up below massive dunes. The camp staff was welcoming and attentive, the food tasty and authentic, and the atmosphere awe inspiring. It was too hot too sleep in the tents so the staff set up our bed outside and we slept under the biggest star filled sky you can imagine. The next morning we were taken for a camel ride around the dunes at sunrise, marvelling along the way at the light and vistas of the landscape. After a traditional breakfast we headed back to Marrakech, stopping at an ancient kasbah for lunch and enjoying a different perspective of the Atlas Mountains.

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Wow!! Absolutely amazing overnight...

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2-Day Private Desert Tour from Marrakech to the Dunes Of M'hamid | oct 2016

Wow!! Absolutely amazing overnight trip to the Sahara desert from Marrakesh!!! We only spent four days in Morocco and this was a perfect way to see the country and experience the desert within our short time limit.

Firstly, I have to say that the tour operator is fantastic! The company responded immediately over email and whatsapp, which made me very confident that everything would go smooth. The pick up at our local Marrakech Riad and the changes we wanted to make on the trip were perfectly arranged. They even called our Riad ahead of time to ensure our pick up was smooth.

We were picked up right at 0700 and started our drive through the mountains and the Tichka pass. Younes was a expert driver and handled the mountain switchbacks and narrow roads perfectly. We had lots of room in the car, making the journey very comfortable and enabled us to truly enjoy the drive. The scenery was breathtaking. Younes made sure we stopped for the best panoramic photos and rest stops. The Draa Valley and towns were beautiful. Our camels were waiting for us as soon as we arrived in M'Hamid. We rode into the dunes with our local guide, Ismail, who grew up living in the desert. The picturesque ride on the camels was a fantastic adventure and just the right length of time. We arrived at our campsite just as the sun was setting.

After we were settled into our tent, we shared mint tea (Berber whiskey) outside and then had our own private table set for a candlelight dinner. The dinner was delicious with crisp mezze, bread, chicken tajine, and fresh fruits. Relaxing under the millions of stars by the campfire pit and drinking beer was the perfect end to the day. (It is possible to purchase extra drinks at the bar for the overnight stay in the desert)

The glamorous camping experience was extremely comfortable with a queen size bed, carpeted ginormous tents, power outlets, toilets, and a shower. There were about 12 cottage sized tents available for sleeping, though we were the only people there. All the tents were circled around a large fire pit with large chairs. Lounge chairs and carpets were also placed outside our tent for our star gazing pleasure. You have the choice of sleeping inside or outside under the stars. (Both options are on super comfortable beds)

We woke up early to see the sun rise over the dunes before breakfast. After breakfast we started our drive back to Marrakech. We stopped in Tamgeroute to see the kasbah, ceremic cooperative, tomb, and the madrassa library with ancient books dating back the the 9th century written on gazelle skin pages. We picked up some fresh dates in Agdz and stopped for lunch and the kasbah views in Ait ben Haddou. Instead of touring Ait Ben Haddou kasbah we arranged to see Pasha Galoui's Kasbah in Temoult. The drive there was amazingly beautiful. The scenery was out of this world, like a Mars or lunar landscape. The Kasbah in Temoult was unbelievable!!! We arrived back in Marrakesh around 2000. (We would have gotten back 2 hours sooner if we had not done the Temoult detour but, the extra time spent was definitely worth it!)

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Our tour began at 7am when we were...

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2-Day Private Desert Tour from Marrakech to the Dunes Of M'hamid | oct 2016

Our tour began at 7am when we were picked up at our Riad. From there we were driven to M'hamid, where we transferred to camels and began the journey through the wonderful desert landscape to our camp. We arrived in time to see a beautiful sunset and then ate a dinner under the starlight sky. After dinner we sat around the campfire and were entertained with traditional music, before being given the chance to try our hand. The night was spent in a comfortable bed then we were woken in time to see the sunrise. Once we had eaten breakfast we took our 2nd camel ride back to town and then driven back to Marrakech. Due to the large distance involved you spend around 8 hours in the car, through winding mountain roads but having a private guide means you can stop whenever you need to. If you want to do a desert tour in Marrakech this is highly recommended. The driver and guide were very professional, but the standout part of the tour comes once you take the camels to your desert camp. Traveling through the sand dunes then eating your dinner under the desert sky is incredible. Two tips. Take a torch for going to the toilet at night and take a warm jacket because it can get chilly in the morning.

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Excellent tour picked up by sherif...

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Ourika Valley Private Day Tour including Lunch from Marrakech | sep 2016

Excellent tour picked up by sherif on time from our riad, who gave us info on the way to the valley, also stopped at an argan oil cooperative, so could see how made . Was handed over to the very lovely adil our guide was excellent, wear proper boots, difficult hike but worth it, Waterfalls fabulous

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Good trip, great way to see real...

star-4Natalie C
Ourika Valley Private Day Tour including Lunch from Marrakech | sep 2016

Good trip, great way to see real life in Morocco. Take good shoes though, there is a trek up to the waterfall which is amazing but I was unprepared in sandals and it spoiled the experience a bit.

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Brilliant tour and guide, Younes! We...

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Ourika Valley Private Day Tour including Lunch from Marrakech | jun 2016

Brilliant tour and guide, Younes! We went to the waterfalls and valley of Ourkira. It was a lovely trip taking in a visit for breakfast to a Berber house as well as lunch by the river in the sunshine next to the mountains. Younes made us feel safe arguing with a local when he gave us bad water! 5*

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This tour was amazing! We got an...

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Full-Day Lake Takerkoust, Asni, and Ourika Valley Tour from Marrakech | jun 2016

This tour was amazing! We got an early pick up by a knowledge and friends guide. Before arriving at the foot of the Atlas mountain we stop at two Berber shops were the people gave us an education on how the rugs and Argan oil were made. The waterfalls and hike was spectacular and breathtaking.

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