6 Days Desert Tours from Marrakesh

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6 Days Sahara Desert Tour from Marrakech to Merzouga

One of the best trips from Marrakesh to the Sahara desert (and most traditional) ways to experience the Moroccan desert is by camel. A camel ride through the palm groves of Marrakesh and into the Sahara Desert tours, This 6-day desert tour from Marrakech and back to Marrakesh with one night in a luxury desert camp with a nomad family in the heart of the Sahara, Camel trek included. We will also visit Ait Ben Haddou, Todra and Dades gorges,  Ouarzazate, and back to Marrakesh.

DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at 7:45 AM for a prompt departure at 8:00 AM.
A/C  comfort vehicle with Driver Accommodations as per itinerary
Meal as per itinerary Povernight in Sahara Desert Camp
Hotel pick-up and Drop off service Pcamel trek (one camel each)
Travel insurance Lunches and Drinks
Entrance fees (optional) Guide and staff Tips

6 Days Marrakesh Group Desert Tour Highlights:

Duration: 6 Days.

Destination: From Marrakech to the Sahara Desert.

Best Season: All year-round.

Transportation: Private Vehicle.

Group Size: 1 person, Maximum 30.


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  • You can always choose your own program that will meet your expectations.
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This 6 day desert tour from Marrakesh itinerary is only suggested, so if you have different travel plans, ideas, please contact us by email or phone and we organize your custom Marrakech to desert tour.


  • Sunglasses.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Good walking shoes.


Day 1: Marrakech Arrival – Marrakesh Airport Transfer

Transfer from airport Marrakech and you will have a free program and you stay overnight in local riad. The next morning we pick up you from this riad and we drive by a minibus to the Sahara desert.


Day 2: Marrakech – Ait Benhaddou – Ouarzazate – Dades Gorges

Today we will start our shared 6 days Morocco tour from Marrakech in the morning and we will pass the High Atlas mountains. We will have an interesting stop at the Kasbah Ait Benhaddou which is very attractive for visitors. After this experience, we continue our 3 days shared Morocco trip to Ouarzazate – called “The Gateway to the Desert”. You will enjoy Moroccan lunch there and our journey takes us further to the Dades valley. Here we stay for 1st night in a hotel/ riad. You will enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner and morning breakfast.


Day 3: Boumalne Dades – Todra Gorges – Erfoud – Merzouga Desert 

The next day of the group Marrakech tour we head from Dades Valley to Todra Gorges where we will enjoy the local area. After lunch, we drive towards Erfoud and Rissani. When we reach Merzouga desert we ride camels to the desert of Erg Chebbi and to our Nomad desert camp. Our shared Marrakech tour is at the most interesting stage – at the desert camp. You will experience accommodation in traditional Berber tents, evening meals, and Berber music.


Day 4: Merzouga – Rissani – Ouarzazate

The 4th day of our Merzouga desert tour starts with a camel ride for the return trip back to Merzouga. Then we will enjoy our shared Morocco trip back through the Draa Valley to Ouarzazate. Overnight in local riad with dinner.


Day 5: Ouarzazate – Atlas Mountains – Marrakech

Today we pass the Atlas Mountains to arrive back to Marrakech around 7 pm and we transfer you to your hotel in Marrakech.


Day 6: Free Day or Marrakesh day trip to Essaouira

Free day in Marrakech. Optional day trip to Essaouira on the Atlantic coast. Today we transfer you to the airport. End of the Marrakech group tour.

1 review for 6 Days Desert Tours from Marrakesh

  1. Mike

    This trip did what it said – we saw the highlights of Morocco from city to coast to mountain and desert. It was amazingly varied, balancing time in cities and countryside, and illustrating Morocco’s vibrant history, culture and people. I certainly came back with a real feeling for the place and people and a greater understanding of an apparently happily functioning Islamic country.

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