Welcome to Tamegroute


Besides miracle cures, Tamegroute is known for its labyrinth of ksour, which you can explore with a local guide or by yourself to test your internal compass. Tamegroute also has a Saturday souq.


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$70.59 Multi-day & Extended Tours

2-Day Zagora Desert Tour from Marrakech

Day 1: Marrakesh - Zagora After pickup from Marrakech at 7am, you will begin your journey crossing the High Atlas Mountains through the Tizi n'tichka pass toward the beautiful village of Ait Benhaddou. Upon arrival at the site, enjoy the splendour of its historical castle which is built on a hill, overlooking the area.From there, you will stop in Draa Valley well-known for its amazing Ksour and Kasbah before climbing to an altitude of over 3,800 feet (1160 meters) in the arid land of Ouarzazate city. Within the last portion of the drive connecting Ouarzazate with Zagora, you will admire the most beautiful valleys of Morocco and its beautiful villages filled with local handicraft shops.In the past, the Oasis of Zagora was a caravan centre, the starting point of the great trans-Saharan convoys. Once there, you will enjoy a 1-hour camel ride from Zagora to reach the bivouac campsite. Along the way, you will be able to view the amazing panoramic sunset. At the camp, you will savour a traditional dinner under the starlit sky and retire to your tent to spend the night near the dunes of Zagora.Day 2: Zagora - Marrakesh In the early morning around 5am, you will wake to a beautiful sunrise over the sand dunes and enjoy a typical Berber breakfast offered at the camp. Once again, you will ride camel for 1 hour going to Zagora. If time and weather permits, you will visit Tamegroute. It's only about 13 miles (20 kilometers) from Zagora on the old road to Timbuktu. The town is known for its historical library of the Koranic School of Zaouia Naciria and by the handicrafts cooperative of pottery.Along the route to Marrakech, you will enjoy lunch in a local restaurant (at own expense) before making the circuit again through the Atlas mountains and through the Tizi n'Tichka pass.

$329.41 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Desert Experience Private Guided Tour From Marrakech

Day 1: Marrakech – Ouarzazate – M’hamid (L, D) Get an early start on the day with 7am departure from your Marrakech accommodations, then leave the city behind as you drive to Ouarzazate, with a lunch break at Agdz, a caravanserai oasis with mud-brick kasbahs, palm groves, and a hidden desert prison. Continue through the palm-filled Draa Valley until the road ends at M’hamid, the final village before the Saharan sand dunes begin. Ride a camel between the dunes to a scenic desert camp, arriving in time for sunset over the sand. Spend the evening by the fire, listening to traditional desert blues singing, and eating under the stars. Overnight: Camp “Rêve Sahara” Day 2: Sahara Desert – Ouarzazate – Marrakech (B, L) Wake up for sunrise in the dunes, pause for breakfast, then ride a camel back to M’hamid. Follow the same route as the previous day, with a stop in the Draa Valley town of Tamegroute to see the community’s traditional green desert pottery, underground kasbah, and an ancient Koranic library that was once an important center of Sufi learning. Stop in Ouarzazate for lunch, then make the return trip to Marrakech, where this tour concludes with drop-off at your accommodations.

$441.18 Cultural & Theme Tours

Magical Camel Trek

Tafraoute – Tata After breakfast we take off from Tafraoute towards the oasis town of Tata. Along the way, we traverse the Aït Mensour valley with its beautiful palm oases, refreshing rivers and some traditional Kasbahs. We overnight in Tata. Tata – Foum Zguid – Sand dunes of Erg Chigaga After a relaxing night in Tata, we drive to the desert. We stop in Foum Zguid for lunch. On the back of a dromedary or with the 4×4, we discover the magical sand dunes of Erg Chigaga. We stay in a nomad camp between the high sand dunes and enjoy a beautiful sunset.  Sand dunes of Erg Chigaga – M’Hamid – Zagora  After a magical night in the desert, we turn back to civilization via M’Hamid. We travel to Zagora where we spend the night. Along the way we stop in Tamegroute with the possibility to visit the Quran library, the underground kasbahs and a cooperative of pottery. Zagora – Draa valley – Aït Ben Haddou – Ouarzazat From Zagora we return to Ouarzazat. We pass the green Draa valley, the Berber village Agdz and we cross the Anti-Atlas over the Tizi’n Tiniffit pass. Before we reach Ouarzazat, we first visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. It is a beautiful historical site that is declared to be world heritage by UNESCO in 1987.

$529.41 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Sahara Tours from Agadir

1st day :  Agadir -Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate! (380 Km) From Agadir at 8am .. visit Taroudant (medina, souks, ramparts, Palais Salam) .. Lunch in Tiout, then continue to the Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou (UNESCO World Heritage since 1987). . visit the ksar ... Sleep in Ouarzazate!                          Day 2:                                                   Ouarzazate – erg chegaga! (310 Km) 8am we start with the visit of the Kasbah in Ouarzazate Taourit .. and then take the road of Ouarzazate toward erg chegaga passing by Drra valley 200 km of palm trees  Zagora to the south .. stop in the village of Tamegroute visit .. artisanal pottery factory green .. underground kasbah .. the Koranic library .. then continue to reach the last small town south where was passing paris dakar .. is .. M'Hamid El Ghizlane (Lunch) and after .. we go off road (60 Km ) to arrive at the bivouac 4x4 in the heart of the golden dunes of Erg Cheggaga and admire the famous sunset on one of the most beautiful 37 km of dunes in Morocco ... Night under the nomad tent or under the stars (Bivouac)! Day 3:  Cheggaga - Foum Zguid - Agadir! (410km) Early in the morning .. up to the development of the rising sun (admire the grandeur, the vastness and tranquility of the desert) .. .. after breakfast we take the 4x4 to return to the Foum Zguid Lake Iriki .. then join the road .. and ..finally Agadir. Agadir to ! Course: 1100 km

$529.41 Day Trips & Excursions

Multi-day Trip to Desert from Marrakech

THINGS TO DO IN MARRAKECHFull Day Tour to Ouarzazate Early set-off from Marrakech to Ouarzazate, the great South Gate. We cross the picturesque mountainous chain of High Atlas by Tizin-Tichka pass (the highest mountain road in NORTH AFRICA). We Arrive at Aït Ben Haddou Kasbah, it is site of world heritage by UNESCO, most of the houses inside the fort are built of clay and it is surrounded by a long wall to protect the fort from high stream of the river. The site serves as a backdrop for films, such as Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, Game of Thrones and Tea in the Sahara. We walk in the houses of the village, then we Continue towards Ouarzazate by road which runs along the river of salt nearly 26 km, between the mountains of the High Atlas and the Anti-Atlas, we enjoy a view of clay villages and semi deserted mountains. We arrive at the Kasbah of Taourirte in the middle of Ouarzazate city. Which used to be the formal residence of the Mayor ‘Pasha’ of Marrakesh. On the way back. After a short tour inside the Kasbah, we will go on to Zagora through the valleys of desert like Agdez.In the second day we will do Zagora city tour where we see Timbuctou sign, Tamegroute library and the valley, then we go on to Desert sand dune to spend a nigh under a sky full of stars. To arrive there, you ride a camel for 2 hours in the hub desert and expect to spend a night in a berber desert camp.In the third day we will drive back to Marrakech.

$69.41 Day Trips & Excursions

2-Day Zagora Desert Tour from Marrakech

-day tour to Zagora from Marrakech, with camel trek and desert campTake the Tizi-n-Tichka pass through the High Atlas Mountains with a guideDiscover the UNESCO World Heritage site of Aït Ben Haddou and the Drâa ValleyVisit the ancient settlement of OuarzazateCross the dunes of the Zagora Desert on camel back and enjoy a spectacular desert sunsetSpend the night in a Berber desert camp among the sand dunesTour includes  Moroccan dinner 1 day  and round-trip travel from MarrakechMeals included: Breakfast 2 day Day 1: Marrakesh - Zagora  After pickup from Marrakech at 7am, you will begin your journey crossing the High Atlas Mountains through the Tizi n'tichka pass toward the beautiful village of Ait Benhaddou. Upon arrival at the site, enjoy the splendour of its historical castle which is built on a hill, overlooking the area. From there, you will stop in Draa Valley well-known for its amazing Ksour and Kasbah before climbing to an altitude of over 3,800 feet (1160 meters) in the arid land of Ouarzazate city. Within the last portion of the drive connecting Ouarzazate with Zagora, you will admire the most beautiful valleys of Morocco and its beautiful villages filled with local handicraft shops. In the past, the Oasis of Zagora was a caravan centre, the starting point of the great trans-Saharan convoys. Once there, you will enjoy a 1-hour camel ride from Zagora to reach the bivouac campsite. Along the way, you will be able to view the amazing panoramic sunset. At the camp, you will savour a traditional dinner under the starlit sky and retire to your tent to spend the night near the dunes of Zagora. Day 2: Zagora - Marrakesh  In the early morning around 5am, you will wake to a beautiful sunrise over the sand dunes and enjoy a typical Berber breakfast offered at the camp. Once again, you will ride camel for 1 hour going to Zagora. If time and weather permits, you will visit Tamegroute. It's only about 13 miles (20 kilometers) from Zagora on the old road to Timbuktu. The town is known for its historical library of the Koranic School of Zaouia Naciria and by the handicrafts cooperative of pottery. Along the route to Marrakech, you will enjoy lunch in a local restaurant (at own expense) before making the circuit again through the Atlas mountains and through the Tizi n'Tichka pass.