What You’ll Do on Essaouira tours to shara desert 4 days
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4 Days Tour From Essaouira To Sahara Desert

Essaouira or Mogador is located on the western coast of Morocco. It is a small, sleepy town that has gained some prominence lately as a getaway from Marrakech. Today, the city retains a small-town feel but it wasn’t always this way. Essaouira Morocco cannot leave you indifferent. Its ramparts hit by the waves of the Atlantic, its white facades with blue shutters, all its carved doors and its lively souks make it a delightful protected medina Essaouira with which one quickly falls in love.enjoy Essaouira morocco riads.

Note: At Guide Morocco Tour, we offer the best private standard tours from Essaouira to Sahara desert and luxury tours Essaouira marrakech via Merzouga DESERT ,and best  Essaouira to marrakech desert tours price with amazing services,and excursion Essaouira day tours activities included.
Also, We offer private day trip from marrakech to essaouira

4 Days Desert Tour from Essaouira  key detail :

  • Duration : 4 Days and 3 Nights
  • Departure : Around 8H30 in the morning​
  • Starting Location : Essaouira
  • Ending Location : Essaouira

What You’ll Do on Essaouira tours to shara desert  4 days activities:

  • Cross the high Atlas Mountains
  • Visit The kasbah Ait-Benhaddou
  • Free time from now and then
  • Sahara Camel trek tour
  • Drive past the road of 1001 Kasbahs
  • Tour in comfortable 4×4 vehicle with A/C
  • Pick up and drop off from your hotel
  • Private tour with experienced driver/guide.​
  • Optional visit of Ouarzazate film studio

Essaouira To sahara desert tour 4 days included:

  • ✓ Vehicle, Comfortable car
  • ✓Fuel tank
  • ✓Sunset &Camel trekking in Erg chebbi dunes
  • ✓Berber music at night around the fire under stars in Erg Chegaga luxury desert camp
  • ✓Sandboarding in Erg chebbi dunes
  • ✓Driver
  • ✓Pick up &Drop off
  • ✗Entrance fee
  • ✗Tips
  • ✗And items of personal nature
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Essaouira morocco desert tours Itinerary option 1:

We organize guided 4 days  Morocco desert trip with hotel pick up. 4 days Desert Tour from Essaouira to Sahara in Morocco camel trip 

Day 1 : Essaouira – Ouarzazate

 The driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Essaouira, drive to Ouarzazate City, lunch in road with stops to take pictures. Arriving Ouarzazate, drop you off at your accommodation. Dinner and overnight at your accommodation in Ouarzazate.

Day 2 : Ouarzazate – Merzouga

 In the morning after breakfast, drive to Merzouga. by crossing Skoura, roses valley and Dades valley, then reaching Tinghir, visit Todra Gorges, after exploring gorges of Todgha continue the road to Merzouga, lunch in the road, we’ll pass through Tinjdad, Jorf and Erfoud in which we’ll feel the beginning of the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet, and then we continue to Merzouga, arriving Merzouga, ride Camels and cross the golden sands and see the Magical sunset. Overnight and dinner in Berber tent under starry sky.

Day 3 : Merzouga – Ait ben Haddou

 This day is a great morning, wake up to Have an opportunity to climb the sand dunes and see a splendid sunrise, then riding camels back to the hotel for a shower and breakfast. after taking the road to Aït ben Haddou, by Daraa Valley passing a great desert way through Alnif and Tazarine, arriving Nkob have a lunch there , then continue the road to Aït ben Haddou, arriving Aït ben Haddou, visit the kasr, and explore the Berber architecture. Dinner and overnight at your accommodation in Aït ben Haddou village.

Day 4 : Aït ben Haddou – Essaouira

After breakfast, take off to Essaouira crossing the high Atlas Mountains and Marrakech, arriving Essaouira drop you off at your accommodation

4 days tour from Essaouira to desert in Merzouga Option 2:


Start our journey by crossing Marrakesh towards the High Atlas Mountains. Then Stop at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou, to take a close look the fortified Kasbah, used as a location set for some famous Hollywood epics. Enjoy some time in the Kasbah, before driving to Ouarzazate, known as the “Gate of the Sahara”. After lunch, we continue to the Boumalne Dades via the Valley of the Roses. Then, continue to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.


After the breakfast at your hotel, drive the “Road of 1001 Kasbahs” to the small oasis town of Tinghir. Continue through the dramatic Todgha Gorges, pausing for some free time to explore the canyons and enjoy lunch at a local café. Continue to Zagora. Then, experience the Chegaga high dunes (250m) on the back of your camel, and watch the sunset change the color of the sand. After that, we take our way to Ouarzazate for the night.

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After the breakfast, Your driver will be waiting to pick you up for the transfer back to Essaouira through the Tizi N’tchka gorges. Stop half-way for lunch in Marrakesh and then continue tO Exploring red city . and we spending night at the riad in marrakech city


Essaouira 1 Day -Marrakech To Essaouira

Your day trip to Essaouira from Marrakech will begin with a drive along the Haouz plains to Chichaoua village where you will stop for a cup of coffee before you continue to Sidi Mokhtar. On your way, you will cross the Argan trees forest, where you will spot some goats climbing the trees. Stop and take some photos before you carry on to Essaouira.
To watch how the Argan oil (also called the liquid gold, or Moroccan oil) is extracted, you will visit a local ladies’ cooperative and learn how some fine cosmetic products are locally made out of the rich Argan oil.
From here, we will carry on to Essaouira. Upon arrival, you will explore the beautiful city at leisure. Out of experience, Exploring Essaouira is easy on your own: Locals are very friendly, the Medina is pretty small (compared to other old towns in Morocco), and its streets are in order. You definitely do not need a guide for the tour of the city. You can easily explore the Medina on your own as its streets are aligned opposite to each other unlike every other maze-like Medina in Morocco. Should you insist on one, your driver will help you hire a local guide.
First, you can visit the harbor with its fishing port and old Portuguese fortifications. You can still see medieval war cannons aligned in order overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Continue to the Medina ( old city ) with its well kept fortification dating to the 18th century. The major landmark of the Medina is La Scala, which was built against foreign attacks from the sea. You can continue to Bab Laalouj ( One of the main gates of Essaouira, then to the Mellah ( the old Jewish quarter.
Along the way, various art shops, galleries, souvenir shops and thuya wood craft shops are aligned in order. Choose one of the local cafes for a delicious seafood lunch and head to Kasbah famous for having served as a military bastion. If you are a beach lover, enjoy a walk along the sandy beach of Mogador, and maybe watch locals playing beach ball. If you are brave enough, why not join a game for a few minutesPeople from Essaouira are very friendly!! If not you can sunbathe while watching waterspouts amateurs kitesurfing or windsurfing.

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