Took the best Private Agafay desert day tour from Marrakech to the Atlas Mountains; Agafay desert during your holiday in Marrakech. Well, there are many options; When it comes to booking day trips from the city of Marrakech. Whether you’re wanting, to explore nature or see other cities, there are so many options to choose from. Even if you have just a short time during your journeys to Marrakech; Taking a day to see something different and learn more about the Moroccan history and culture is well worth it.
This Agafay day tour from Marrakech into the nearby desert is perfect for the low on time to get to the Sahara; Well, all of the Agafay desert, Lalla Takerkoust lake, the Atlas Mountains, Berber villages; And hospitality all make up for a great day tour.
Take a short, alternative Day tour to the Marrakesh Desert Agafay. Your pick up from your hotel/riad at 9 am for the journey to Agafay about an hour away. The area is a rocky, dry, moon-like desert offering unexpected and splendid views of the High Atlas Mountains, snow-capped in winter. It is a mineral universe only disturbed by a few flocks of sheep passing by in their search for grass and herbs. In the middle of this desert lies a marvelous; oasis, a place of tranquility and peacefulness. Here, even surrounded by such barrenness, frogs and turtles live and breed; Whilst plants can also flourish. In the Agafay desert, we enjoy about a half-hour camel ride. And later, we head off-road into the High Atlas Mountains forming, a backdrop in the distance. We visit the Lalla Takerkoust lake; Which supplies Marrakesh with water; You will arrive at the edge of the Lalla Takerkoust lake built as a dam where Marrakech gets its electricity from. Through small hills along the dam, you will get to Nafis valley crossing Berber villages and arriving at a Berber family house. You can visit the house and have lunch inside. Marrakesh relies on that snow each year to refill this lake. There is a great demand for water in this most popular city in Morocco. We back to Marrakech the red city; having enjoyed the purity and beauty of the mountains still untouched in large areas.