Ouarzazate — Gateway to the Sahara
Ouarzazate, a shimmering oasis of bustling trade in southern Morocco, has long attracted people from all over North Africa who wish to do business and see the sights. Known as the Gateway to the mighty and sprawling Sahara Desert, Ouarzazate is the perfect place to begin your desert tour, offering a brilliant base for your adventure.
At Desert Majesty, we provide a range of Ouarzazate desert tour packages for everyone to enjoy. Our day trips are the ideal way to absorb Morocco’s many colourful sights, while enjoying expensive views of the surrounding countryside and the magnificent Sahara.
Indulge in one of our incredible day trips from Ouarzazate, and discover magical Morocco in all its incredible glory. Your expert driver will take you on a journey of exploration aboard a sturdy 4×4, to ancient towns and cities, lush gorges and the Sahara itself.
You can take a trip to some of the most renowned and well-known kasbahs, or ancient fortress areas, Ait ben Haddou and Telouet and experience dramatic and beautiful sights along the way, as well as seeing timeless Berber villages and their traditional ways of life that remain robust today.
For an even more thrilling adventure, you can go off-road with Desert Majesty to Skoura oasis and Kasbah Amredhil and get a chance to visit the Berber people in their cave dwellings — it promises to be an astounding trip that will leave you mesmerised. And you can also go on an excursion along the scenic Dra’a valley, along the former caravan route, and have a chance to climb aboard a camel and ride around the dunes.
All of our Ouarzazate day trips come with lunch included, and our desert dunes excursion will give you the chance to climb aboard a camel, to get about the local way! It’s up to you which trip you want to choose, and, as they’re only a day long, you can go on more desert tours in Morocco later on.
Select your Ouarzazate day trip now and have a day unlike any other.
These are our current Ouarzazate day trip packages:
A one-day trip to the two most famous of the Moroccan kasbahs: Ait ben Haddou and Telouet, travelling the beautiful connecting Ounila Valley, its Berber villages and fields.
A one day trip to Skoura oasis and Kasbah Amredhil, the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs, going off-road to visit Berber nomads in their caves, and the Dades Valley and gorges.
An excursion to Zagora along the Dra’a valley, its oases and traditional housing, following the former caravan route, overlooked by watch-towers, with a camel ride in the Tinfou dunes.