Day 1 – Zagora – Fezwata – Draa River
Reception at 9 a.m. at the starting point of the hike.
Head towards the south-east through the palm groves of Fezwata (Draa oasis) where you can still discover the life of the villagers and the irrigation system of the oasis. Cultivation of wheat, barley, vegetables and grass… different depending on the season… The palm tree, the brother tree of the inhabitant of the Dra oasis; he offers good food for himself and his animals, wood for building houses and for fires and leaves for weaving different objects…
For lunch, we will take a break in the shade of a tree.
In the afternoon, we will progress along the oasis to discover new Saharan landscapes.
At the end of the afternoon we will reach our bivouac which will be set up on the banks of the Draa river where you will have dinner and spend the night.
Day 2 – Draa River – Elfayja – Bani
After breakfast, you will meet the camel team who will accompany you during this Saharan immersion. You will resume your hike through the flat Elfayja desert.
After 3 hours of walking, lunch will be served in the shade of an acacia tree.
After a saving time of rest, the walk will resume towards our bivouac set up in the Bani mountains, where you will have dinner and spend the night.
Day 3 – Bani – Lamrayer
At dawn, you can enjoy the magnificent spectacle of the sunrise; A beautiful day is ahead.
After two and a half hours of walking, we will leave the mountains and head towards the Lamrayer dunes where we will stop for lunch.
In the afternoon, we will walk in this sea of sand to our bivouac where you will have dinner and spend the night.
Day 4 – Lamrayer -Mouzmou
After breakfast, loaded camels, we set off through the desert for a walk of around 2.5 hours.
We will stop in the dunes of Mouzmou for lunch in the shade of a tamarisk tree.
After lunch, we will walk for about two hours before returning to our bivouac where you will have dinner and spend the night.
Day 5 – Mouzmou – M’Hamid – Zagora
After breakfast, the day begins with a hike or camel ride through the dunes of M’hamid. This village was founded in the 16th century by the Aarib tribe, a nomadic Bedouin tribe from Yemen, under the Sâadian dynasty. This village, which was then called Taragalt, was a very important caravan crossroads between Marrakech, Tindouf and Timbuktu.
Nous déjeunerons sur le parcours et dans l’après-midi, nous rejoindrons la route où nous laisserons les dromadaires. Nous prendrons un véhicule privé pour le retour à Zagora.