Full Day Trip From Zagora To Erg Chegaga Desert - Ouarzazate

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 10 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    09:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    We pick up all travelers from their accommodation in Zagora.
    Airports
    Zagora Airport, Zagora Morocco
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

A visit to a desert city
See hunderds of clay villages
Visit toumbouctou sign
See tamgerout library
See the scenic view of zagora mountain
And park
Ride a camel

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Set off at 08:00 am we visit Toumbouctou sign, a guide will talk to about the sign and its importance in Morocco's history. We visit tamegrout main liberary and we see its valuable components. then we go on the go up to see the scenic view of Zagora Mountain. After that we go to have lunch then we go o to Zagora park. Before Sunsit we go to ride a camel in the hub of Zagora palm groves. we see sunsit then we go back to a riad or a hotel in Zagora

A visit to a desert city

See hunderds of clay villages

Visit toumbouctou sign

See tamgerout library

See the scenic view of zagora mountain

And park

Ride a camel

Inclusions

Driver/guide

Fuel surcharge

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Transport by private vehicle

Lunch

Exclusions

Drinks

Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)

Gratuities

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

Infant seats available

Most travelers can participate

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

COVID-19 vaccination required for guides

Traveler Reviews

  • 04-Nov-2022

    Very nice experience, long trip to the Sahara desert but worth it! Clean stay, nice food and great camel ride with local berbers.

  • 14-May-2022

    nous avons passé une nuit dans le bivouac avec une promenade dromadaire. paysages magnifiques, promenade au coucher de soleil superbe. détente, calme, pas un bruit, de belles couleurs. chauffeur, mouloud, professionnel de la conduite dans le désert. très sympa. smain et Ali et choumada, le dromadaire. très gentils. et le meilleur pour la fin, Rachid, le chef de la caravane, toujours serviable. toutes les personnes rentrées sont tellement à notre écoute.

  • 18-Sep-2019

    Viajar al desierto de Zagora desde Marrakech ha sido una experiencia inolvidable. Inolvidable por la belleza del paisaje que nos encontramos al llegar, el cielo estrellado y la calma del desierto (a pesar de que sabíamos que es un desierto mucho más pequeño que el de Merzouga). Inolvidable también por lo pesado del viaje (8-10 horas) al que se añade el continuado intento por sacarte algo más de dinero en cada parada. Contratamos el viaje con antelación. Nos costó 75€. En el minibus conocimos gente que había pagado 55 y hasta 50€ contratando en su hotel o riad. Por lo tanto primer aviso: si podeís, CONTRATADLO ALLÍ. No os preocupeis por si una u otra empresa será mejor o peor, al final, todas trabajan con la misma empresa de autobuses. Sobre los tours privados en coche ya no puedo opinar. Los precios no suelen incluir la comida durante el trayecto y en las distintas paradas, te llevan a comer a sitios previamente pactados por ellos, donde te sirven menus de 120-150 dirhams (12-15€), un precio elevadísimo tratándose de Marruecos, donde puedes comer por 5-6€ tranquilamente. Unos sitios donde, además, parecen tener prisa por que te vayas (esperan que lleguen más grupos) y no te tratan muy bien (cosa rara en Marruecos donde todo el mundo suele ser amable y hospitalario). Segundo consejo: no sigas al guía de turno a la hora de ir a comer, explora un poco y ahorraras dinero. Por último, no sé como será en Merzouga, pero en Zagora los Berberes que nos recibieron en el campamento parecían un poco cansados de su trabajo con los turistas. Si esperas una cálida bienvenida, una cena inolvidable llena de sabor y una fiesta nocturna por todo lo alto, no es lo que encontrarás. Todo está preparado y cronometrado para gastar lo mínimo y que molestes poco. En conclusión: creo que la mejor forma de visitar el desierto es por tu cuenta si tienes posibilidad. Alquilar un coche y seguir la ruta que marque google maps. Las carreteras no son tan malas como te harán creer, mucha curva de montaña, si, pero en buen estado. Pararás donde quieras y veras y comerás lo que quieras. Si no puedes y contratas un tour, no lo contrates de antemano. Pregunta en tu alojamiento y NEGOCIA. No se como son los tours privados pero si contratas uno grupal, prepárate para que te saquen los cuartos siempre que puedan. Si finalmente llegas al desierto, podrás contemplar la belleza del yermo paisaje y dormir al raso bajo un cielo lleno de estrellas.

  • 22-Jul-2019

    Muy buena experiencia, y muy buen trato por los trabajadores, muy barato. Con pensamientos de volver.

  • 12-Jun-2019

    We had a very nice expirince in and out the sahara, we went together with zagoro desert travel very nice people they really do there best to make the trip a good trip for you. They have a lot of exprince, and a very nice group. We met with rachid hicham and beladi mohammed was or driver. Thanks for the great trip😁😁

  • 08-May-2019

    When I arrived in Zagora, I found a comfortable accommodation (paradis touraeg), where I got a good offer for a day trip with camel ride from Ismael. We drove with a grand taxi (35Dirham) around 45min to the village, where the tour begun. The camel ride needs around one hour through the desert, the dunes wasn’t spectacularly, but we had a great sunset and sunrise there. Isn’t season now in morocco, just few tourists there and I could spend the night under the stars. What I missed was an english speaker and a campfire, but in the Ramadan the people are to exhausted. But in all I had a great experience my first time in the Sahara desert. Cheers

  • 25-Apr-2019

    We (4 adults) planned a trip to Zagora while exploring Morocco with a small aircraft. As weather is not always stable, Ismael agreed nonetheless to make preparations for our tour despite the chance we wouldn’t make it to Zagora. Luckily we made it and were picked up by our nice guide Rashid and the skilled driver Ali with a very comfortable 4x4 car. It sported also a fridge with cold water at all times. They were very flexible with our demands to stop and eat and so on and drove us into the Sahara desert to a camp with a short stop at an interesting Berber village and pottery (also a guided short tour) and a detour to some palm plantage. On the way we learned a lot about the culture from our guide. We had the so-called „luxury tent“, we didn‘t know what to expect - but it was luxury indeed with very comfortable beds, nice furniture, a bathroom with shower and toilet. At first the electricity was broken for the whole camp but they fixed that later. We did than an 1hr camel trip which was amazing - also with a friendly camel guide into the wonderful sunset. Later dinner with several courses of typical Marocco dishes was served. The planned music session after was canceled unfortunately because other guests decided to go to sleep very early. But the silence helped to enjoy the desert under the starlit breathtaking night sky. We slept very well, had been offered a good breakfast and a flawless trip back with some further places like a carpet manufacturer in a nice Berber village. We recommend wholeheartedly this agency and the trip into the desert from Zagora.

  • 08-Mar-2018

    Super freshe Tour in die desert! Genusslevel: 100. Nicer Tourguide und friendly Fahrer. Empfehlung an alle Traveller freundis!! 🤟