VENTURE THROUGH GORGES, DUNES & KASBAHS
When you think of Morocco, there is a high chance that images of palm oases, crumbling kasbahs, and Saharan dunes will come to mind. The emblematic landscapes of the south, bounded by the High Atlas Mountains to the north and the nation’s borders to the south, are home to some of Morocco’s most scenic regions and some of the country’s most interesting experiences. In a land of many highlights, spending the night in a Saharan camp, either at Erg Chebbi or Erg Chegaga, ranks very high on the list of “must see” experiences. The Ait Benhaddou Ksour, the Draa Valley and the Todra and Dades Gorges, serve as interesting places to visit during any desert trip and further emphasise that the south of Morocco is as much about the journey as it is about the destination.