Ourass Travels offers Morocco tours and excursions.

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Ourass Travels offers several excursions from Marrakech to the area to help you discover the authentic and original route of the hinterland.

Private and guided trips, excursions, tours and camel ride in Morocco with licensed drivers.

Address : Avenue Med 5, Marrakech 40000


Phone contact : +212667037806 /+212671629695

Email address : ourass.travels@gmail.com

Website : www.ourass-travels.com

MARRAKECH DAY TRIPS

MARRAKECH TOURS

FES TOURS

CASABLANCA TOURS

OURASS TRAVELS Morocco

INCLUDED IN TOUR FROM MARRAKECH:

Pick up / drop off from Marrakech

Nights in hotels/riads

Private transport in A/C vehicle

Camel trek in Sahara desert

PROGRAM FOR MARRAKECH ECO-TOURISM TOUR :


DAY 1 :

TOUR STARTS FROM MARRAKECH


Our private driver Ourass Travels - private tours in Morocco will pick up from Menara International Airport in the city of Marrakech, on one of our English language guide, to make the move to RIAD MARANA or MAYMAYA.


DAY 2:

FROM MARRAKECH TO AIT BENHADDOU AND OUARZAZATTE


Departure from Marrakech to the mountains of the High ATLANTIS The "Grand Atlas, also known as the Great Atlas (mountain range is situated in the center of Morocco in North Africa). It Includes Toubkal, whose 4,167 m is the highest peak and is located in the Toubkal National Park. The network serves as a barrier to the climate system of Morocco in the east-west and separates it from the influences of the climate of the Sahara desert, which are particularly pronounced in the summer, from the mild Mediterranean climate in the north, giving in substantial changes in temperature for the entire period. At higher altitudes the snow falls regularly, allowing it to take place in the winter winter sports. The snow lasts until spring in the High Atlas, especially the peaks facing north, and the old village of Aït Benhaddou is a fortified city or Ksar, along the ancient caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech. Majority of citizens living in the area now live in modern homes in a nearby village, but there are 4 families still living in the old city. This giant fortification, which comprises six kasbahs and almost fifty kasbahs ksars that are individual, is a great example of the architecture of clay soil. Aït Benhaddou has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and several films have been shot there reaching OURZAZATTE nicknamed The door of the desert, it is a city and capital of the province of Ouarzazate in Souss-Massa-Draa, in south-central Morocco. Ouarzazate is at an altitude of 1,160 meters (3,810 feet) in the middle of a bare south of the High Atlas Mountains plateau. South of town is the desert. The city is mainly inhabited by Berbers who speak, who built many of the prominent kasbahs (known locally as iɣeṛman) and buildings for which the area is known. Ouarzazate is a major tourist destination in Morocco, as a base for excursions into the Draa Valley and desert to rest at Dar Chamaa.


DAY 3:

FROM OUARZAZATTE TO MERZOUGA DESERT


Departure from OURZAZATTE through the Valley of the Roses which is located at the foot of the High Atlas in the confluence with the Dades Valley between Asif M'Goun river that irrigates part of the valley and has its main access the antiguio village Kelaat M'Gouna. The cultivation of roses is divided into two distinct geographical areas: the first starts about 10 kilometers from the village of Kelaat M'Gouna and extends 10 kilometers to the outskirts of the town of Boumalne Dades and second growing area, the most important and the most interesting from the point of view of tourism, begins in Kelaat M'Gouna and extends through a road that goes north to the village of Bou Tharar at the other end; that is, around 30 kilometers uninterrupted growing roses along the wadi (dry or seasonal water course). This splendid green valley, nestled at the foot of a canyon of ocher tints, offers a show of absolute beauty and is one of the most important tourist spots in Morocco. Continuing the tour of the famous Todra Gorge are 15 km. Tinerhir north of town, to go to them must take the road that comes to the right, just across the river, reaching Tinerhir from Er-rachidía.- The route gains altitude quickly to move to the mountain ridge just above the palm and numerous villages, giving a nice view of the assembly in several places. You also pass a couple of goldsmiths, of great tradition in the region and around the old village of Rissani is a town in eastern Morocco, located near Erfoud is the nearest town of great significant size to the Erg Chebbi corresponding to the largest area of ​​the Moroccan desert. Continuing our journey will come to rest in the Traditional Hostel Merzouga Le Petit Prince, in a small village, about 35 kilometers southeast of Rissani and about 55 kilometers from Erfoud, in the city 50 kilometers from the Algerian border, the village is known for its proximity to Erg Chebbi, and for this reason a part of the itineraries of many tourists visiting Morocco. Merzouga has the largest natural body of groundwater in Morocco


DAY 4 - DAY 10:

MERZOUGA DESERT


They are seven-day excursion in the desert of Erg Chebbi 40 km southeast of Erfoud, in the province of Er Rachiddia. The desert has its epicenter in the resort town of Merzouga, where many of the caravans depart with tourists willing to explore the desert, most recommended mode to fully enjoy the desert of Erg Chebbi, he is experiencing a night camping in stores Typical of desert nomads, known as tent, sharing traditional foods and enjoying the wonderful night views with millions of stars visible in the sky. Camel tour the high dunes of Erg Chebbi has its magic, a popular trekking excursion to the desert as they did thousands of years ago, with camels and walking in the sand dunes. Next day arriving to sleep on the Traditional Hostel Le Petit Prince Merzouga.


DAY 12:

DEPARTURE FROM MERZOUGA TO ZAGORA - THE LARGEST MASSA-DRAA REGION.


It has two urban communes and 23 rural communas. Its 285,000 inhabitants live mainly in rural areas. Its relief, composed of valleys, mountains and forests and desert plains, the province is rich in contrasts. A sand dunes East, the vast palm of Africa and the Draa River in downtown face. The oasis of the Draa Valley is the largest in Morocco extending from shortly before until shortly after Agdz Zagora, with nearly 100 km in length and varying widths at some points may exceed 5 km. All Draa is dotted with numerous ksur and kasbahs scattered throughout the valley, it is grown in almost all of its surface, the greater Date Production from Morocco, and much of the dates consumed in Spain comes from there. This area also produces and exports Hanna to end the day with Riad Salam asleep in the old village of Kasbah Asma.


DAY 13:

FROM ZAGORA DESERT TO TALOUINE


Departure from Zagora strolling through ancient villages Agdz is located about 65 km south of Ouarzazate, 92 km north of Zagora. Agdz which means "place of rest" is in the ancient caravan route linking Marrakech to Timbuktu. We will continue the tour Taznakht, Taliouine is a town in the province of Taroudant, Souss-Massa-Draa is famous for a spice called saffron is one of the leading exporters of this flower in the world. The town celebrates Le Safran International Festival every year in winter (usually November) and sleeping in Riyadh Talouine.


DAY 14-15:

FROM TALOUINE TO AGADIR


Output Talouine village towards the coastal city of Agadir and modern formerly known as Cape Aguer Santa Cruz is the capital of the province, bordered to the north by the provinces of Essaouira and Marrakech, the east with the Ouarzazate Province, southeast with the province of Tan-Tan, the south by the province of Tiznit and west by the Atlantic Ocean. It is located about 600 kilometers south of Rabat, and about 440 kilometers south of Casablanca. There is the Port and Al Massira airport. Agadir gives name to the fishing ground until the early 1990s it was used under fisheries agreements by Spanish fishing boats in the Bay of Cadiz, receiving the fleet of steamboats port of Isla Cristina (Huelva) from 1920 For this reason the name of fleet Agadir. One of the main resources of the area as a tourist attraction is the Souss-Massa National Park, where the remarkable landscapes and the last viable population of bald ibis, critically endangered, with sleeping are in the Hotel Afarni (days off for visits to the city).


DAY 16-17:

FROM AGADIR TO ESSAOUIRA


Departure from Agadir to the coastal city of Essaouira also known by the former name of Mogador, is a Moroccan port city, located on the Atlantic west coast, north of Cape Sim. It is the capital of the province, in the region of Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz. With about 70,000 inhabitants, medina or historical center is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 2001. The local economy revolves around fishing, forestry, textile and food industries, and trade in handicraft products , marquetry and jewelry in particular. Available pipeline and an airport. In this city is held annually the Essaouira Gnawa Festival that attracts thousands of visitors. Essaouira, which literally means well designed, was so named in 1765 by Sultan Sidi Mohammed ben Abdallah when commissioned by a French architect, wanted to revive the port activity to a few centuries before had lost the Portuguese domination, and it redrew the Mogador once with a combination of Moroccan and European styles, Essaouira is a beautiful quiet and safe port city, with countless ateliers, riads charming art galleries, live in harmony with the activity of fishermen and shipyards continue with their daily chores outside as time passed. The tough trade winds have made the nirvana surf all year and attract many tourists and other travelers who have set up residence there. This city was declared by its exciting souks and Medina and the impressive walls, World Heritage of UNESCO, observing the bravery of the Atlantic crashing against the rocks among young couples intertwine their hands under the boardwalk accomplice; calmly returned to the medina walking among supercharged cats sleeping outside the hubbub of workboats that separate the trash from the fish under the disturbing sound of hundreds of seagulls fighting for their share of booty; accept any of the sweet waiters in white coats and shoulder tray offered by cafés in the same place Moulay Hassan and indispensable; fishmarket or discover the splendid natural pharmacies hidden among the hubbub of spice merchants and shiny bowls of olives and preserved lemons; a cuppa to enjoy the friendly (and inevitable) haggling anything you want to buy, or share a football match at sunset on the beach sand, it can be more than enough to meet the exciting beauty of this city, here Maisson spend the night in the Riad du Sud. (Free days for sightseeing).


DAY 18-19-20:

FROM ESSAOUIRA  TO MARRAKECH


Leaving the city of Essaouira bound for the city of Marrakech Colloquially this city is nicknamed Medina Al-Ham'rá that is, in Arabic, "The Red City" for the color of its buildings and the predominant colors in the environment. Also it called unofficially the "Pearl of the South" and "South Gate". It is one of the most important cities of Morocco, has 1,545,541 inhabitants and is south of the country, at the foot of the Atlas to 466 meters high. It has numerous world heritage monuments, which make it the main attraction of país.Es, near Meknes, Fez and Rabat, one of the four imperial cities of Morocco. It was founded in 1062 by the Almoravids and was the capital of the Islamic empire. The city has the nation's largest traditional market and one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna. In the square acrobats, story-tellers, water sellers, dancers and musicians are cited. At night, the square fills with food stalls, becoming a huge open-air restaurant. This will be the last stop to sleep in Riyadh MARANA or MAYMAYA. (Free days for sightseeing)

A night in Merzouga tents

Breakfasts and dinners

English speaking guide/driver

NOT INCLUDED :

Lunches and drinks

Plane tickets to/from Morocco

Entry fees

Tips

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20-DAY MARRAKECH ECOTOURISM TOUR


Explore best Morocco in 3-week guided Marrakech tour. We visit Unesco kasbah of Ait Benhaddou , Ouarzazatte and Dades gorges. You will enjoy Sahara camp, Essaouira and Agadir on Atlantic coast.

AVAILABILITY :


Morocco ecotoursim tour with professional guides , drivers , and transfer in comfortable A/C vehicles - 4x4 or minibuses. Tour available every day during the whole year.


DURATION :


This private Marrakech tour takes 20 days / 19 nights

BEST PRICE :


The current price depends how many people travelling with you,  number of days and type of accommodation.


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TAILOR-MADE TOURS :


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EXPERIENCE :


We want to show you best of Morocco as we have many years of experiences in tourism field.

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