DESERT AND WATERFALLS
Morning departure at 8 oa��clock fromA�Marrakeshto cross theA�HighA�Atlas mountains. After theA�Tichka pass, you leave the main road and take a side road to theA�kasbah of Telouet super viagra plus. . From there you continue along theA�Ounila valleyA�to theA�kasbah of Ait Ben HaddouA�which we visit after lunch. Later we continue as far asA�OuarzazateA�to spend the night in a hotel there.
After breakfast, you will continue south toA�Agdez, the head of theA�Draa��a valley, where you can visit the oldest Kasbah in the valley. A little further south atA�TansikhtA�you turn east and follow the long line ofA�Bani MountainsA�towards theA�dunes of Merzouga. We stop for lunch inA�Na��Qob. Later we pass through the villages ofA�Tazzarine, featured in the film a�?Babela�?,A�AlnifandA�RissaniA�and reach the bivouac in Merzouga, where you will be greeted with a glass of tea. After you have settled a little, you take aA�camel trekA�to watch the sun go down over theA�dunes of Erg Chebbi, followed by dinner and the night in aA�nomad tent.
If you wake up early enough, you can watch the spectacle of the sunrise, when the colour of the dunes and the play of shadows are an awesome sight. The return to the hotel for having a shower is on camel back and, after having breakfast, the itinerary continues to theA�Todra gorges, passingA�Erfoud, famous for its dates and the date festival in October. It is also well-known for the myriads of fossils found in the neighbourhood. InA�Todra gorges, there are plenty of opportunities to walk, such as along the river through the gardens or up the road on the other side of theA�gorges. We have dinner and spend the night in a guest house.
After breakfast, we set off departure north toA�TamtattouchteA�and into the mountains south ofA�Imilchil, the famous town where there is the marriage festival in September. The road here is especially beautiful but slow and windy. In the winter the snow may make it impassable. We reachA�kasbah TadlaA�onA�the main road from Marrakesh to FesA�and lies on the left bank of theA�Oum Er Rabia River. Shortly afterA�Kasba TadlaA�liesA�Beni Mellal, where you visit theA�Ain Asserdoun waterfallsA�which provide drinking water and are a source of irrigation for the surrounding villages. The falls are set in a well-kept and prettily designed park and from the a�?castlea�? just above there is a wonderful view of the town and the fertile plain below full of olive and orange trees. Back in theA�High AtlasA�you visit the lovely lake ofA�Ben El OuidaneA�where the mountains come down to the water! Here you can take a walk to enjoy the peace and the green of the area and watch any fisherman trying his luck! Later you continue to theOuzoud waterfallsA�for the night in a hotel.
After breakfast you can visit theA�Ouzoud waterfalls, which constitute one of the most spectacular natural beauty spots in Morocco. The surrounding countryside offers red cliffs, oleander and doves. If you are lucky you will catch a glimpse of some Barbary apes. A short walk will bring you to theA�top of the fallsA�from where you can see the river stretching away from the magnificent falls. On the road back toA�MarrakeshA�atA�Demnate, we drive the six kilometres toA�Imi-n-Ifri, which in the local dialect means a�?door to the cavea�?. It is a natural rock bridge formed by the an underground cave system collapsing. Another three hours drive will bring you back to your hotel inA�Marrakesh.