DAY TRIP - Ouarzazate
DAY TRIP - Ouarzazate
- Wind through the length of the Atlas Mountains on the incredible Tishka Pass.
- Visit the ancient Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Experience the gateway to the Sahara - the town of Ouarzazate with its famous film studios
- Pick up from your accommodation in Marrakech
- All transport throughout the trip
- Guides are optional at Kashbah Ait Benhaddou and the film studios and are not affiliated with Rouge Travel
Leaving at 7am, you will depart Marrakech and head directly South winding down through the incredible Tishka Pass which traverses the peaks and valley of the Atlas Mountains.
Your first stop will be the ancient Kasbah town Ait Benhaddou connecting the mountains with the desert. After this you will visit Ouarzazate at the entrance of the Sahara. You will be able to spend some time here, perhaps visiting the famous film studios and Kasbah area and have some lunch before which it will be time to head back to Marrakech once again revisiting the majesty of the Atlas.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT TIME DOES THE TRIP RETURN TO MARRAKECH?: The trip returns in between 6 and 7pm depending on the road conditions in the mountains and traffic coming into Marrakech.
WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF PEOPLE ON ANY TRIP: There is a maximum of 12 people on the trip
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE TRIP: Accommodation Pick-up, all transport
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED: Lunch, guides (optional)
DOES THE TRIP INCLUDE A CAMEL RIDE: No. This trip does not include the option of going on a camel. For this, you would need to take the overnight trip.
WHAT SHALL I BRING WITH ME? A camera for the stunning views, sunscreen, strong shoes for climbing the waterfalls, bottled water.
WILL THE DRIVER SPEAK ENGLISH? Not necessarily. Our guests come from all over the world so on our group trips, the cannot guarantee that the guide will speak your language.