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Family Desert Holiday in Morocco

A family adventure of a life time suitable for children aged 3 + Explore bustling Marrakech, Unesco World Heritage sites and then venture out into the Sahara for camel trekking and wild camping.

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Itinerary

Overview

This holiday has been devised for adventurous families wanting to do something very special in their time off. The itinerary has been designed to fit into a half term break, but if you have more time, then it can be expanded to include longer in the desert and Marrakech. This holiday starts and finishes in Marrakech, a beguiling city which will entertain and intrigue both adults and children with its narrow, winding streets, bustling markets and the lively Djemma el Fna, complete with snake charmers, drummers and acrobats. For those who like a dose of culture, there are palaces, museums and gardens to explore.

After you've had your fill of the chaos, you will head out over a spectacular mountain pass, crossing the High Atlas Mountains. The landscape changes by the hour, from deep valleys and sheer drops , to barren plains and rocky desert. Your first stop is the Kasbah Telouet, a crumbling kasbah housing some fantastic mosaics and gorgeous views. From here, you travel to your first night's accommodation close to the world famous Ait Ben haddou. Recognisable from films such as Gladiator, this Unesco World Heritage site is a fortifies city built on a hill. The site is reached by stepping stones over a river and visitors are free to explore at their leisure.

You will then head into the Sahara, passing along the Draa Valley, dotted with kasbahs and palmeries. Staying in a friendly, laid-back guest house, you will camp in the garden in a traditional Berber tent. With dunes in the back garden, children are free to explore, whilst parents can relax in one of the shady areas. The following day, the camels will be loaded up and you will head off into the dunes with your guide. Trekking for about 2 hours, you will cross dried up river beds until you find somewhere to camp. Whilst your guide sets up your private camp, you are free to explore the dunes and make as much noise as you want - there will be no one else around.

After your wild camping and return camel trek, there will be a chance to freshen up before continuing your desert adventure, this time staying at an oasis town. Staying in lovely accommodation with a pool (and resident donkey), you will be able to explore the farm land and wander through the date palms.

Your holiday ends in Marrakech, where there will be time for s quick spot of shopping before catching your plane home.

Day-by-day

Abridged One Week Family Desert Itinerary


This shortened itinerary has been designed to fit into one week's holiday:

DAY 1 SAT: ARRIVAL & TRANSFER TO MARRAKECH
You will be picked up from the airport and transferred to your riad. If you are arriving on a late flight, you might want to consider pre-booking dinner on this first evening so that you can relax after your flight without having to worry about finding a restaurant.
Meals Included: n/a
Accommodation: Bel Haj / Dar Thania / Dar Vedra / Riad Boussa / Riad W
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 2 SUN: MARRAKECH - AIT BEN HADDOU
Leaving the pink city behind, you will head out over the spectacular Tizi n' Tichka mountain pass snaking its way over the High Atlas mountains. Watching the terrain changing shape in the space of a few hours is incredible. Donkeys carrying huge loads, women working in the fields and shops with large meat carcasses being hung out to dry - not to mention the cacti, almond trees and deep mountain valleys.
You will stop for lunch in the small town of Telouet, before visiting the town's main attraction; the Kasbah. Built in the 1800's by the Glaoui family, the Kasbah enjoyed a prosperous strategic position on the trans-Saharan trading route and close proximity to the area's salt mining industry. After Morocco's independence in 1953, the Glaoui family was evicted and the Kasbah was left to ruin. Visitors catch their first glimpse of the Kasbah as they drive into Telouet; an imposing building standing proud on top of a small hill. On closer inspection, the walls are crumbling and close to collapsing. The entrance to the building is no less dilapidated, with incomplete walls and rubble. As you walk through the corridor, it is unclear what makes the building so remarkable, with its bare, neglected walls. It is only when you reach the heart of the building that you can understand the significance and fallen wealth of the Kasbah. Stunning mosaics and intricate wood carvings adorn the walls, reminiscent of the Bahia Palace in Marrakech. The attention to detail is most incredible and the work and money spent on building it is unfathomable. After being astounded by the mosaics on the first floor, more treats await you, with far-reaching views of the valley and mountains beyond from the roof terrace.
After your visit, you will continue on to your accommodation close to Ait Ben Haddou.
Total Driving Time - 4 - 4 1/2 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Kasbah Ellouze
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 3 MON: EXPLORE AIT BEN HADDOU
Today is a day at leisure for you to explore the area. After a relaxing morning, you will almost certainly want to go and visit Ait Ben Haddou. Best enjoyed in the afternoon, after the day trippers have left, you can either visit by car or on foot, depending on how active you are all feeling. The walk takes about 2 1/2 hours and you follow the river through the valley. Ait Ben Haddou itself is essentially a small, fortified town. Designated by Unesco as a World Heritage site, it has been well preserved and restored, thanks to the film industry who have used it as the set for several Hollywood films, including Gladiator. You can climb on the crumbling buildings and see up close how they have been constructed out of mud and straw and get a real insight into local architecture. Then, you can climb to the top, for far-reaching views of the wild desert and mountains. There is a small tea house along the way where you can stop for a refreshing mint tea.
Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Kasbah Ellouze
Transport (where relevant): n/a

DAY 4 TUE: AIT BEN HADDOU - M'HAMID
Today is another quite long drive. Fortunately, it is through some spectacular scenery and there are plenty of places along the way to stretch your legs and take photos. Leaving Ait Ben Haddou, you will drive over the mountains before descending into the Draa Valley, which you will follow for the rest of the day. Passing palmeries and hundreds of kasbahs, you will eventually reach Zagora, where you can stop for lunch. Famed as the gateway to the Sahara, this town was seen as the start of the trans-Saharan trading route and you can see the famous sign in the town, depicting the length of time taken to reach Timbuctu (52 days.) After leaving Zagora, you head further into the barren desert, leaving the palmeries behind. You will pass some smaller dunes, a teaser as to what lies ahead. Once you arrive in M'hamid, you will receive a warm welcome at your accommodation. Many of the staff working here are fantastic drummers and they will be more than happy to demonstrate their skills (and encourage you to have a go as well.)
Total Driving Time- around 4 - 4 1/2 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Guest house
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 5 WED: M'HAMID - CAMEL TREK
This morning, you will have the chance to have a slow morning, perhaps sitting in the shade of the palms and reading, whilst the children play hide and seek in the small dunes in the grounds of the guest house. After lunch, you will saddle up the camels and head off through the valley, towards some deserted dunes. Because most people head to the larger dunes at Erg Chegaga, you will find that you have this piece of the desert to yourselves. As your guide walks you along, you can sit back and enjoy the scenery (from your bumpy vantage point.) You will arrive well in time for sunset and you can clamber up the dunes (and run down them again) to your heart's content. As night falls, your guide will light a camp fire and your family can enjoy dinner al fresco in this very special, private camp.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Desert Camping
Transport (where relevant): n/a

DAY 6 THU: CAMEL TREK - M'HAMID - AGDZ
After breakfast, you will get back on your camels and head back to the guest house. Once you are back, you will have a chance to have a shower and freshen up before getting in the car and driving to Agdz.
Total Driving Time - around 3 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Dar Qamar
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 7 FRI: AGDZ - MARRAKECH
You will leave Agdz after breakfast and start the journey back to Marrakech. Driving back over the spectacular mountain pass, you will stop for lunch with panoramic views of the High Atlas Mountains. You will arrive back in Marrakech in the afternoon.
Total Driving Time - around 5 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Bel Haj / Dar Thania / Dar Vedra / Boussa / Riad W
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 8 SAT: DEPARTURE
You will be transferred to the airport to catch your flight home.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: n/a
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

Classic 10 Day Family Itinerary from £850pp


This itinerary has been put together to be able to fit into a half term break (just). If you have more time at your disposal, you might wish to spend more time in Marrakech. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

DAY 1: ARRIVAL & TRANSFER TO MARRAKECH
You will be picked up from the airport and transferred to your riad. If you are arriving on a late flight, you might want to consider pre-booking dinner on this first evening so that you can relax after your flight without having to worry about finding a restaurant.
Meals Included: n/a
Accommodation: Bel Haj / Dar Thania / Dar Vedra / Riad Boussa / Riad W
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 2: DAY AT LEISURE IN MARRAKECH
Today we suggest you set off and explore Marrakech's medina. You can spend all day pounding the souks and taking in the atmosphere or visit some of the main cultural sights of Marrakech, including the Medersa Ben Youssef, Palais el Badi and the Bahia Palace, interspersed with a leisurely lunch watching the storks nesting on the ramparts of the ancient city. In the evening, be sure to head down to the main square here food stalls, acrobats, snake charmers and story tellers congregate creating an unforgettable atmosphere which is compelling for adults and children alike.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Bel Haj / Dar Thania / Dar Vedra / Riad Boussa / Riad W
Transport (where relevant): n/a

DAY 3: MARRAKECH - AIT BEN HADDOU
Leaving the pink city behind, you will head out over the spectacular Tizi n' Tichka mountain pass snaking its way over the High Atlas mountains. Watching the terrain changing shape in the space of a few hours is incredible. Donkeys carrying huge loads, women working in the fields and shops with large meat carcasses being hung out to dry - not to mention the cacti, almond trees and deep mountain valleys.
You will stop for lunch in the small town of Telouet, before visiting the town's main attraction; the Kasbah. Built in the 1800's by the Glaoui family, the Kasbah enjoyed a prosperous strategic position on the trans-Saharan trading route and close proximity to the area's salt mining industry. After Morocco's independence in 1953, the Glaoui family was evicted and the Kasbah was left to ruin. Visitors catch their first glimpse of the Kasbah as they drive into Telouet; an imposing building standing proud on top of a small hill. On closer inspection, the walls are crumbling and close to collapsing. The entrance to the building is no less dilapidated, with incomplete walls and rubble. As you walk through the corridor, it is unclear what makes the building so remarkable, with its bare, neglected walls. It is only when you reach the heart of the building that you can understand the significance and fallen wealth of the Kasbah. Stunning mosaics and intricate wood carvings adorn the walls, reminiscent of the Bahia Palace in Marrakech. The attention to detail is most incredible and the work and money spent on building it is unfathomable. After being astounded by the mosaics on the first floor, more treats await you, with far-reaching views of the valley and mountains beyond from the roof terrace. After your visit, you will continue on to your accommodation close to Ait Ben Haddou.
Total Driving Time - 4 - 4 1/2 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Kasbah Ellouze
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 4: AIT BEN HADDOU
Today is a day at leisure for you to explore the area. After a relaxing morning, you will almost certainly want to go and visit Ait Ben Haddou. Best enjoyed in the afternoon, after the day trippers have left, you can either visit by car or on foot, depending on how active you are all feeling. The walk takes about 2 1/2 hours and you follow the river through the valley. Ait Ben Haddou itself is essentially a small, fortified town. Designated by Unesco as a World Heritage site, it has been well preserved and restored, thanks to the film industry who have used it as the set for several Hollywood films, including Gladiator. You can climb on the crumbling buildings and see up close how they have been constructed out of mud and straw and get a real insight into local architecture. Then, you can climb to the top, for far-reaching views of the wild desert and mountains. There is a small tea house along the way where you can stop for a refreshing mint tea.
Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Kasbah Ellouze
Transport (where relevant): n/a

DAY 5: AIT BEN HADDOU - M'HAMID
Today is another quite long drive. Fortunately, it is through some spectacular scenery and there are plenty of places along the way to stretch your legs and take photos. Leaving Ait Ben Haddou, you will drive over the mountains before descending into the Draa Valley, which you will follow for the rest of the day. Passing palmeries and hundreds of kasbahs, you will eventually reach Zagora, where you can stop for lunch. Famed as the gateway to the Sahara, this town was seen as the start of the trans-Saharan trading route and you can see the famous sign in the town, depicting the length of time taken to reach Timbuctu (52 days.) After leaving Zagora, you head further into the barren desert, leaving the palmeries behind. You will pass some smaller dunes, a teaser as to what lies ahead. Once you arrive in M'hamid, you will receive a warm welcome at your accommodation. Many of the staff working here are fantastic drummers and they will be more than happy to demonstrate their skills (and encourage you to have a go as well.)
Total Driving Time- around 4 - 4 1/2 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Guest house
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 6: M'HAMID - CAMEL TREK
This morning, you will have the chance to have a slow morning, perhaps sitting in the shade of the palms and reading, whilst the children play hide and seek in the small dunes in the grounds of the guest house. After lunch, you will saddle up the camels and head off through the valley, towards some deserted dunes. Because most people head to the larger dunes at Erg Chegaga, you will find that you have this piece of the desert to yourselves. As your guide walks you along, you can sit back and enjoy the scenery (from your bumpy vantage point.) You will arrive well in time for sunset and you can clamber up the dunes (and run down them again) to your heart's content. As night falls, your guide will light a camp fire and your family can enjoy dinner al fresco in this very special, private camp.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Wild Camping
Transport (where relevant): n/a

DAY 7: CAMEL TREK - M'HAMID - AGDZ
After breakfast, you will get back on your camels and head back to the guest house. Once you are back, you will have a chance to have a shower and freshen up before getting in the car and driving to Agdz.
Total Driving Time - around 3 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Kasbah Azul
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 8: AGDZ
After yesterday's drive & camel riding, today is a day at leisure. You can spend the morning relaxing around the pool and then in the afternoon, you might want to take a stroll through the palmery. Walk through the towering date palms, past large cacti and then through lush farmland, with beautifully maintained plots. If you're lucky, a local farmer might invite you to take a look at his land and point out the different vegetables and plant that he's growing.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Kasbah Azul
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 9: AGDZ - MARRAKECH
You will leave Agdz after breakfast and start the journey back to Marrakech. Driving back over the spectacular mountain pass, you will stop for lunch with panoramic views of the High Atlas Mountains. You will arrive back in Marrakech in the afternoon.
Total Driving Time - around 5 hours
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Bel Haj / Dar Thania / Dar Vedra / Boussa / Riad W
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

DAY 10: DEPARTURE
You will be transferred to the airport to catch your flight home.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: n/a
Transport (where relevant): Private Transfer

Accommodation


Guide price is based on recommended accommodations. Alternative accommodations and upgrades are available. Please get in touch or click on 'alternatives' below for alternatives and upgrade options.

Our rating

7/10

Price guide

Price rating 3

- Medina Location
- Small swimming pool
- Lovely roof terrace
- Fantastic family suite

Kasbah Ellouze

Sahara Desert

Our rating

8/10

Price guide

Price rating 3

- Terraces & Pool
- Beautiful location
- Lovely ambience
- Warm hosts

Kasbah Azul

Sahara Desert

Our rating

7/10

Price guide

Price rating 4

- Boutique Palmeraie Retreat
- Beautiful Gardens
- Heated Pool
- Walks in the nearby Palmeraie

Details

Getting there

Flying from the UK... Marrakech has an international airport (RAK) which is serviced by several airlines flying direct from the UK. The flight time is around 3.5hours. On average it takes around an hour to clear airport security and then around 15 – 20 minutes to drive to the Medina or 1 – 1.5 hours to reach the Atlas Mountains.

From the South East:
Gatwick: Easy Jet, British Airways, Royal Air Maroc &Thomson
Luton: Ryanair
Stansted: Ryanair & Easy Jet

From the South West:
Bristol: Easy Jet

From the Midlands:
Birmingham: Thomson

From the North:
Manchester: Easy Jet and Thomson

From Ireland:
Dublin: Ryanair

Price includes

All airport transfers, a driver, all inclusive accommodation in the desert, camel trek & wild camping excursion, half board accommodation in Ait Ben Haddou and Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Marrakech & Agdz.

When is best?

This trip is not available in the summer, as it is simply too hot in the desert. If you are planning a visit in the summer months, please contact us for alternative suggestions.

Is it for me?

It goes without saying that this is not a standard family holiday - it is an adventure holiday that children are welcome on. Accommodation, attractions and camel trekking are all undertaken at your own risk with parents taking full responsibility for children.

This holiday has been tried and tested with a child as young as three years old, but the age of your children comes down to their nature and tolerance for long car journeys - which only a parent can be a judge of. Young children will ride on camels with their parents.

There is a fair amount of driving involved in this trip and the distances are large, on some days you will be in the car for up to 5 hours. However, there are plenty of photo opportunities along the way .

The camping in the desert is wild, which means that there are absolutely no bathroom facilities. If you don't fancy this extended camping trip, we can arrange for you to have a short camel excursion and camp in one of the tents in the garden.

What customers are saying after travelling with Tourdust

Average Rating

based on 597 reviews

(4.93/5)

  • Service rating : Everyone at Tourdust was a pleasure to work with - very friendly and knowledgeable, and responsive. They were able to customise their standard Moroccan desert tour to fit our timeframe and needs. Itinerary very well planned out and everything went smoothly, we didn't have to think of anything.
    Product : Our Moroccan desert holiday was a once in a lifetime, unforgettable, incredible experience for our whole family. We all agreed it was our best family vacation ever. The real highlight was the luxury campsite in the Sahara desert - camel rides, sand-surfing down the giant dunes, and stargazing, but the whole trip was perfect. Great guide and driver, great riads (loved Kasbah Ellouze and Kasbah Azul the most!). I highly recommend this trip if you like a little adventure in your holiday! We had 3 kids ages 5.5, 8 and 10 and we all loved it. Lots of car time but nobody minded and it was worth it once we were in the desert!

    Ben feefo reviewer verified review for Family Desert Holiday in Morocco on 04 April 2016

  • Flights with Royal Air Maroc both good, even 30 min early arrival in Marrakech. Transfers to/from hotels smooth (in spite of late hour arriving on the way there).

    Treks in the Atlas Mts were superb in the spring. The Tassoult Valley was a treat for the senses, with wild flowers, tree blossom, birds (including nightingales every few hundred metres up the valley),rock formations and the frequent river-crossings. Not to mention the friendly local Berbers riding their mules to work, the children walking to school, women and children in colourful clothing. Magdaz was fascinating, with mint tea served on the roof of the agdz(?) or storage towerhouse, by the kind owner's daughter, complete with views of the mountains. There were few signs of other tourists, but this may change soon as the new access road nears completion. There were some interesting driving experiences through the river in the mean time!

    The desert trek and camp near Oulad Driss made for another fascinating experience. Because it was pre-desert, with a mix of dunes and vegetation, there was more of interest than a true desert. Desert plants, insects and birds, sunset and sunrise made for some very photogenic moments. Add three camels and our two sons (aged 12 and 18) to the journey for further entertainment. The boys voted this the best part of the holiday. Shame it was only 2 days. The highlight was, for some, a camel spider in the tent, bottled and then examined and released the next morning. Some found it hard to get to sleep that evening!

    Ait Benhaddou and Telouet provided a more historical slant on Morocco, ably escorted and informed by our guide Rasheed. The link between Ait Benhaddou and the film industry is a well- known attraction, but I will remember it equally for finding my first wild scorpion! Telouet is more remote, and just as interesting, and is accompanied by strikingly-coloured rock formations en route to Marrakech.

    Marrakech is very much an acquired taste. It took us 24 hours to get used to the Medina and the souks, although we never actually got lost. Finding our way around (fairly) successfully, learning to ignore hassling vendors and haggling with others were all satisfying achievements. Recommended places/activities would include Palais La Bahia, Maison Tiskiwine, the Artisan zone on the western edge of the Medina, just wandering around the souks and market areas (especially the northern bits), and of course the Café de France terrace overlooking the main square (Place Jemaa-el-Fna) in the evening. Although some of the vendors were a slight nuisance, we did not feel threatened at any time. Some vendors will need to work on their patter, however. Being told by a waiter that we were a skinny family so we needed a meal at his restaurant was amusing rather than persuasive!

    Travelling by 4x4 in Morocco was generally a good experience. Road surfaces were variable, according to how remote the area was, but we were too busy being distracted by the scenery to be bothered by any potential discomfort. The only slight trepidation felt was when one driver we had seemed to be playing 'chicken' with oncoming vehicles, on the single lane desert road heading towards M'hamid. Otherwise the driving was smooth and very considerate, especially on the rougher roads.
    Accommodation was very good. We were made to feel welcome everywhere. The hostel at Ait ali n Itto was basic, and could have done with the hot water actually being hot, but we accepted that this goes with the territory in a remote area. All the riads we stayed in were very hospitable and generally provided good facilities. Riad Caravane at Ait Benhaddou and Dar Hanane in Marrakech were especially good quality, and welcome after roughing it for the previous 4 or 5 days. Eating breakfasts on the terraces in the mornings while watching the Atlas birdlife, or listening to the Imams in Marrakech successfully calling the faithful to prayer, was memorable.

    Our guide, cooks and drivers were all excellent. Rasheed our guide was exceptional. He entered into the family spirit really easily, was a goldmine of information wherever we were, smoothed the way for us on many occasions. This included helping my lack of balance (due to a bout of labyrinthitis) by making a walking stick from a sapling so I could get across the Tassoult river without falling in. He acted as nurse for cuts and blisters on a number of occasions. His thoughtfulness and anticipation could not be faulted. He also seemed to have a very good rapport with the locals he needed to deal with. He was flexible enough to accept my idea of eating a takeaway picnic at an oasis near Zagora when returning from the desert. Abraham our first cook was much appreciated for his huge breakfasts, picnic lunches on trek, snacks on return and evening tajines. We were sad to see him leave us after 3 days. All tips given were easily merited. Thanks to Tourdust for giving us some ballpark advice on this.
    So overall a marvellous Moroccan family adventure, scoring a big 5 out of 5. I wish we could do it all over again, and then some more.

    MissingMarcus Charig reviewing Family Desert Holiday in Morocco on 18 June 2014

  • Dar Thania was great - good location and Momo (the manager) was brilliant. Only comment here (and it was not a problem for us!) was that the itinerary said the whole riad but there were other people staying there throughout our time there. As I say, it did not impact on us but the boys are not the quietest. breakfast was great and they were very flexible with timing. Rooms were lovely.

    The desert camp was amazing. The drive there was tough but once there, it was definitely worth it! Not sure they really got vegetarian food (but food was generally great) but that is not uncommon. Sundowners overlooking the dunes will be tough to beat! We went on a camel trek and the boys spent a lot of time running down sand dunes and trying to sand board. Our driver was good (Toufic) - on the way out there, he took us to Ait Ben Haddou and on to Ouarzazate for the day and we had a couple of extra 'cultural' stops on the way out.

    Overall, everyone arrived when they should and only comments are as above. Overall five out of five for the trip.

    Thank you so much for your help with organising this. I don't think 2 weeks on a beach will cut it next year!

    MissingNicola Walters reviewing Family Desert Holiday in Morocco on 18 November 2013

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