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Sahara Desert Merzouga 3-Day from Marrakech

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Marrakech, Morocco
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3 days (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
Mobile ticket
Offered in: English and 3 more

Overview

Discover the vast Sahara Desert on this 3-day tour from Marrakech to Merzouga. Visit attractions such as Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, and the Dades and Todra Gorges, along the way. Enjoy camel rides at sunset, spend the night in a traditional Berber tent, and take in the incredible desert sky at night.
  • Explore the Sahara Desert on a 3-day tour from Marrakech
  • Stop at Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, and Moroccan Kasbahs
  • Spend the night under the desert sky in a traditional Berber tent
  • Enjoy complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off

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Good value for the money
thichdulic
, Jul 2019
If you can't handle ghetto style then this tour is not for you. With all things considered, like how it's a three-day tour with transportation, food, accommodations and the amount we paid for it, it wasn't too bad and I can't complain. There were so many middle men involved in this tour operation, it's hard to pinpoint and review the actual company. A guy picked us up from our hotel and took us to a meeting point. We got shuffled around from one van to another until all the vans were filled. The "tour boss" and all the drivers were pretty rough on the edges. The van driver didn't speak much to us and there was no actual guide on the van. There were guides only at specific stops, especially the ones that involved show-casing some local handicraft products, buying and kick-backs were involved. The driver stopped at several scenic spots for us to take pictures. For lunch, we were taken to restaurants that are more expensive than what the locals would pay, but we weren't forced to order food. Several people brought their own food, so they didn't have to eat at those restaurants. Admittedly, those restaurants did have decent food and I didn't get food poisoning. The camel ride was more like two-hour long, not one like they told you. The hotel (first night) and desert tents (second night) that we stayed in were ghetto. There were like 6 cots in each of the desert tents. No camp fire like what you may have seen in advertisement photos. We barely had candles for dinner lighting. Overall, the desert experience and scenery made up for any negative experiences. If I was to do it again, I may consider a more luxurious tour or private tour.

Product code: 26405P6

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