4 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga provides breathtaking natural beauty and contact with the fascinating cultures of the Moroccan people.
From its epic Atlas Mountains, the vast Sahara Desert, oases, and native Berber tribe cultures, this tour has everything you need to know about Morocco. The journey includes scenic road trips, camel rides in the Sahara, hiking valleys, roaming the passageways in classic Kasbahs, eating fresh nuts and dates.
You will enjoy the sight of giant sand dunes, desert sunrise and sunsets, and small and large oases among other thrilling attractions.
If you’re into a dopamine rush that is induced by a constant state of experiencing novelty, then this 4-day trip is definitely your thing. Adventurers and free souls live for this kind of experience.
What most people love about Morocco is how friendly is everyone is. Morocco is the safest country in North Africa; it’s certainly the safest country in the whole of Africa, which makes it rank among the safest places in the world. Morocco actually ranked the 24th safest country in the world in 2021, according to Global Finance. All of that makes our 4-day Desert Trip one of the safest tourist experiences in the world.
Of course, you can get a little bit adventurous if you want. Not the whole of Morocco is a safe place. In fact, the heights of Toudra Gorges are totally not safe, but you can climb them if you want. Surely there will be ropes and stuff that will protect you from falling, but still, your adrenaline will be pumping like fuel and your heart will start racing.
All in all, this is one of the best Desert Trips you can take. You’ll enjoy the various aspects of what makes the Desert an interesting spot for everyone. You’ll discover the long-sought for Desert Mysticism that has enchanted people for millennia.
The desert certainly has a sort of mysticism that cannot be fully captured with words. It’s like parachuting, no matter how many videos you see, or people telling you about it, the actual experience is something else. It’s the famous philosophical idea of the map not being the territory.