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Time3 días (aprox.)
TransportRecogida en el hotel incluida
TicketEntrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés y 1 más

Descripción general

Deje atrás las bulliciosas medinas y los zocos y descubra en un ritmo de vida mucho más lento en esta excursión de 3 días por el desierto a Merzouga y Erg Chebbi desde Marrakech. Tome el paso de Tizi-n-Tichka a través de las Montañas del Alto Atlas y visite el lugar declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO de Kasbah Aït Ben Haddou con su guía. Descubra un oasis exuberante de palmeras en Skoura y viaje a lo largo del río Dadès. Visite Rissani, la antigua capital de la región de Tafilalt. Reúnase con su caravana de camellos en Merzouga y disfrute de una noche bajo las estrellas en el desierto del Sáhara. El tamaño del grupo está limitado a 17 en este recorrido.

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J
, ene 2017

Experiencia increíble, sobre todo la parte de ir en camello al atardecer para pasar la noche en el desierto. Todo correcto, el vehiculo era cómodo y nuestro guía/conductor era increíblemente agradable, siempre atento a nosotros y a explicarnos y comentar cualquier cosa durante el viaje. Los alojamientos, adecuados para pasar una noche. El ultimo día, el regreso son 11 horas o mas en el coche, lo cual se hace pesado, pero no hay otra forma y al final de cuentas merece la pena.

S
, jul 2018

It was definitely worth it driver Mohammed was extremely nice, first hotel stay was good, but the first tour to the movie set uniesco village where they shot gladiator and GOT the guide was total ripoff. He barely gave any tour and took so much tip from us... The second tour guide for Berber village on the 2nd day was extremely funny and nice though.

R
, jun 2018

We just did this tour a couple of weeks ago. Our tour was managed by Ando Travel. We loved everything about the Marrakech tour to Erg Chebbi. We did spend the extra for the luxury camping. It is a long trip and you are in a minibus for many hours over the 3 days but the trip is broken up with many stops along the way. Our driver Louis would make stops for everyone to accommodate bathrooms, ATM, shopping for Argan/Olive oils, rose water, cofffee etc. We booked the tour to take the camel ride and camp in the desert. I was not expecting the breathtaking and stunning views throughout the Atlas Mountains. Ait Benhaddou kasbah where Games of Thrones is filmed was also a unique stop. The Todra Gorge was also spectacular! The terrain and scenery throughout this tour was such a pleasant surprise. The hotel for the overnight stay was ok. We did AC and private amenities. The stop at the Berber village where we saw local's farming, learned about the agriculture, and saw a carpet demonstration were engaging and great learning experiences. Finally we made it to the Sahara for the camel ride to camp. The sunset over the desert was beautiful and the color changes of the sand in the light was simply magical! The desert was AMAZING! Our tent was also more than expected! So glad we paid for the deluxe. It was so nice! We had a quick sleep and we were back up and off to see the sunrise and trek back on the camels to meet the van. The last day was spent driving back to Marrakech. We had plenty of stops for lunch, bathroom, and shopping along the way. All along our tour, the guides were so knowledgeable and friendly. I cant say enough good things about them. The spoke so many languages and made it fun for everyone. And the food was delicious! I have a deep respect and appreciation for the Moroccans who worked to cook and feed us all during Ramadan! That could not have been easy! I guess the only regret is that I wish we had booked two nights in the desert to really experience the Sahara! It was not long enough to enjoy the beauty given the long drive. Lastly, I would not let the touristy aspects deter you from this trip. The scenery is worth every minute. You dont have to shop and buy things in the stalls that they take you to, and you can also go eat at different locations from the places you are taken. Food wasnt so expensive as some other commenters stated. Lunch for 10-15 US/pp is quite reasonable especially given that there were several courses. Just have alot of small change in Dirhams to pay for bathroom stops and tips. Enjoy!

J
, may 2018

Words cannot describe how amazing the camel trek, desert camp, and star gazing experience was. Food and stay was underwhelming. Also, the consistent tip request from tour guides took away from the experience.

a
, abr 2018

Tour bus driver did not speak English or French, through no fault of his own. He was a polite and competent driver, but nothing more and didn't provide any information. The restaurants they take you to are tourist only, anticipate spending about 80-120 MAD per meal for very mediocre food with few options. The stops/tours often require a tip, I wouldn't believe any language that says the money goes to any particularly good cause for the local population but we were responsible tourists and tipped generously regardless. The vehicle itself was a minivan of 7 passengers, 2 of which had two be seated in very uncomfortable middle seats. The scenery in the desert is spectacular but go ahead and book a cheaper tour while in Marrakech. We paid extra due to all the positive reviews but had a very mediocre experience.

M
, mar 2018

If you did your research you will find there are many tours like this one. The classic traps apply to this one as well: the places they take you for lunch are as expensive as they get in Morocco, there will be other short visits during the day with guides which mandatory tip is not included and you will do a lot of driving. However, if you know these are the rules, everything will be absolutely perfect with this trip.

I am not here to describe it, many people already did it, only to say that Guillaume our diver was fantastic. He stopped every time we asked him to, he was nice, a very good driver, an excelent company and did his best to make us have the best time.

Regarding the company: if you provide your Rhiad location they will contact you one day before telling you when you will be picked up. It's pointless to contact them before that, you will only get a generic answer.

If you are reading this and are unsure to hire this one or the same trip provided by another company, there is really no reason for not hiring this one.

J
, mar 2018

This was a great experience, I went with my girlfriend and we were joined in the 7-seater car by a couple of groups of tourists also visiting Marrakech. Our driver Hisham was brilliant - very friendly and laid back and from the traditional Berber people himself. The tour involved lots of driving as there was alot of distance to cover over the 3 days. The stops for toilets and drinks were frequent enough - just be warned that at every single comfort stop there will be a Berber person trying to sell you their wares of rocks, clothes, pottery etc! Once you get the hang of bargaining then it can be quite fun if you see something you truly fancy.

Alot of the meal stops were at very touristic cafes at which the food was quite disappointing and the portions a bit on the small side.

We spent the first night in a hotel which was made with traditional methods with clay walls which we found a bit chilly, however there was plenty of thick blankets on the bed so we slept very well. The second night spent in the Sahara desert was pretty fun as we sat in a circle around the fireplace singing berber songs and banging drums. The guides made sure to get everyone involved which unfortunately subjected my fellow travellers to my awful singing voice!

Highlights of the trip for me were seeing the incredible valleys and mountains, visiting the Western Sahara and experiencing the hospitality of the Berber people. The camel ride to our camp was disappointing - they were really slow and uncomfortable so it was a relief to arrive at the camp.

All in all we had a great time and made wonderful memories, but we both agreed that 3 days was enough time to do so much driving and sight-seeing.

d
, feb 2018

First of all logistic part went well and we had no any issue with picking us up or dropping us at the location we needed. The vehicle should be checked as when I saw the tyres, was a bit concerns. I understand that in this kind of country they wont pay attention on these things as we used to in Europe but maybe Viator should iniciate the quarterly check as the trip is not short and if the vehicle is doing this trip twice a week, there should be some quarterly check of the vehicle conditions.
Food: for 3 days we have been fed by tajin- lunch, dinner- always tajin. I have been told that Morocco has an awesome cuisine but I swear, I won't eat tajin again soon. The trip is made to eat at touristic spots, where the food is very expensive. Me, as vegetarian, have paid for couscous with vegetable 10 Euro per meal this price we are even not paying in Europe for this kind of meal so be ready, that the trip is very expensive in regards to food and restaurants they are taking you to. Plus, be ready, that you will eat tajin all 3 days along. We have been traveling with one couple and they wanted to share the meal but the waiter told them that is not possible and they can go to eat somewhere else. He was very rude! Then they needed to order meal for both of them, I felt sorry cos she wasnt hungry at all but this was the last restaurant we stopped at.
Sahara- once we reached Sahara, was quite late and we jumped on the camels but unfortunately we were not able to experience the sunset and took some pictures. very next day, we woke up early morning and drove our camels back to resort. When I have raised my concerns that I want to stop at some point where I can see only sand and take pictures, the guy won't allow us to do so. So then other people raised their voices that we havent been coming from Marrakesh just for that and we want to take some pictures. At that point the guy stopped our caravana and we had 15 min to take some pics.
in general, we didnt like the trip and i wont recommend it to anyone. When I have been spoken with the guys from our trip as well, they had the same opinion. If you want to do this trip, you are able to rent a car and do it by your own. this is the way what i recommend

a
, feb 2018

A good tour to take if you want to see the desert dunes but don't have enough time to actually do it on your own from Marrakech. Our tour delivered what it promised, but nothing more than that. Lunch places chosen were all made for tourists, with menus proposed at 100dhm. Also, at times we felt rushed, but thankfully not in the desert, where we had time to do what we wanted. That being said, the desert views are truly worth seeing, and spending a night in the desert is a once in a lifetime must-do!

A
, feb 2018

Great tour! Definitely worth the money and the long journeys in the car. Would not hesitate in booking it again.


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