Have a complimentary tasting and sample the products. Lunch in Ait Benhaddou at a restaurant with views of the Kasbah.
►Stop in the Tizin’ Tichka Pass, which boasts breathtaking views of the Tichka region as you continue your journey to the Sahara Desert for tea. ►Take the road by piste to visit the picturesque village of Aït Benhaddou located 32 km from Ouarzazate.
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The holy village of Tamegroute’s claim to fame through out history is the beautiful pottery created that has a glaze made of henna and is sun dried.
▶Visit the old Zaouia in Zagora and its underground channels where people live and work.
At the end of the main road you will ﬁnd the famous road sign to Timbuktu that reads “52 jours” – 52 hours by camel.
▶Next visit Zagora’s unique, beautifully glazed forest green pottery at the local cooperative in the desert town of Tamagroute.
According to archeologists, the Sahara was much more densely populated thousands of years ago when the desert’s climate was not as harsh as it is today.
Fossils, rock art, stone artifacts, bone harpoons, shells and many other items have been found in areas which today are considered too hot and dry to inhabit.
The Erg Chigaga Sahara Desert is not built up in the same way as the Merzouga Sahara & Zagora Sahara.
Aside from sand dunes and camels, there are only nomad families, wells for water usage, one school, twisted tamarisk trees, apple trees, the Black Sahara (hammada), Iriqui salt flats and Sacred Heart Oasis.
The Sahara desert stretches from the Red Sea, including parts of the Mediterranean coasts, to the outskirts of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Sahara has a history that can be traced back to over 3 million years.
As you glide across humpback on these silent, mystical dunes there will be countless opportunities to photograph the endless rolling dunes. ▶Visit Iriqui, the dry lake and Sahara desert plateau of Akassia. ▶Take the road through Tazenackt, the region that is famous for Berber carpets.