Day 2: After breakfast, the trip continues a short distance to Tinghir and the very different Toudgha gorges where you can take a short walk to appreciate the steep sides to the gorge and the narrow expanse of the sky above. From there, you continue to the Chebbi dunes via Tinjdad, and the Oasis of Tafilalet near Erfoud, famous for its Date Festival. Between Tinjdad and Erfoud, you can stop to go down into the fascinating underground water cannels deep below the earth, always cool and preventing the evaporation of this source of irrigation. In Erfoud itself, you can stop to see the workings of thousands of fossils made into all sorts of artefacts. Lunch will be along the way. Then you will take a tow hours drive to Merzoga toward the camp crossing the dunes. Dinner and a night’s sleep are in The Erg Chebbi Luxury Desert Camp.
Day 3: Wake up early enough and you will get the chance to watch the spectacle of the sunrise, when the color of the dunes and the play of shadows are an awesome sight. During your stay in Erg Chebbi dunes desert camp, you will have a private tent, all meals encluded during your stay. It's also includes desert activities like: Camel trekking(from merzouga to the camp), Sandboarding, etc. After Dinner we gather around the fire to sing berber music under the sky full of stars, and a night’s sleep are in The Erg Chebbi Luxury Desert Camp.
Day 4: After waking up and having Breakfast, the itinerary continues to the Draa Valley, via the village of Tazzarine (featured in the film Babel), passing by NQob. Lunch is someplace along the way. In the afternoon the journey takes us to Tansikht to drive along the ancient caravan route and discover the real Draa Valley with its huge palm trees and ancient villages. At Agdez, at the head of the Draa Valley, there will be a visit to Kasbah Tamnougalte, Dinner and a night sleep are in the Kasbah.
Day 5: After breakfast, passing by the Anti Atlas(1660 m), We head to the UNESCO-listed Aït Benhaddou kasbah the fortified ksar with its beautiful Kasbahs. Ait Benhaddou has served as a natural scenery for many movie producers. Crossing the river to the other side to discover The ksar. We leave the main road and take a side one the telouat kasbah which belonged to the Lords of the Atlas, the Glaoui family, and which now stands in ruins, and get back to Marrakech via the high Atlas Mountains.