From Ouarzazate, the “door of the desert” to the Erg Chebbi desert it is an uninterrupted line of wonders, both naturalistic and artistic. A fascinating journey along the ancient caravan route from Marrakech to the Sahara desert. The landscape is semi-desertic with green oasis and luxuriant palm groves, valleys and gorges with coloured, bizarrely shaped rocks or long canyons with perpendicular walls. Our itineraries in the south will allow you to discover all these marvellous places, from the Skoura oasis with its huge palm grove, to the Dades Valley with its fantastic coloured rocks to the Rose Valley and the Todra Gorges

Set in this natural landscape of great beauty you will spot several Kasbahs, fascinating fortresses built with dried earth, similar to castles whose walls are embellished by the geometric decoration typical of the Berber art. A visit inside the most famous and better preserved Kasbahs, like the ksar of Ait Ben Addhou,chosen as a set of numerous films, the kasbah Taourirt,ex-residence of the Pasha or the kasbah Ameriddhil set in the middle of the Skoura palm trees, where we will discover the secrets of the everyday life of the people who used to live in these extraordinary buildings.

In addition to visiting the fascinating kasbahs, we will also stay in hotels built in the stile of these ancient fortresses

Many others kasbahs, often in ruins, can be admired along the route that from Skoura leads to Boumalne Dades, renamed the road of a thousand kasbahs This fascinating route which then continues up to the Erg Chebbi desert, passes through enchanting places and characteristic villages following the traces of the ancient caravan route along which goods, spices and men circulated from the Sahara to the northern regions.