Day 1 – Taroudant to Zagora (via Taliouine Taznaght, Agdez and Oulad Outmane)
– Zagora is a city in Morocco. It is situated in Souss-Massa-Draa in southern Morocco and is surrounded by some beautiful old kasbahs around which the shepherds lead their sheep. The desert landscape is nearby and takes a shine with splendor mineral reflects on buildings.
Day 2 – Zagora to Ouarzazate (via Agdez has Saoun)
– Ouarzazate is a city in southern Morocco and the capital of the province of the same name. It is also known as the “gateway to the desert.” Located at the meeting of the river valleys Ouarzazate and Dades (from the High Atlas) that form the Draa downstream of their confluence, it is the hub of a vast region of southern Morocco. Ouarzazate evokes both the southern foothills of the High Atlas and the nearby désert.Ses numerous kasbahs mud, mountains and arid plains,
valleys and lush oases, palm groves and villages of red earth and ocher are the charm of this region and give it a tourist attraction.
The symbol of the city is the kasbah Taourirt (the cons) that belonged to Glaoui, it was built in the mid-eighteenth century. It is represented in the new notes of 50 dirhams and adjoins the médina.L agglomeration of Grand Ouarzazate extends south side of the river from the village of Tabount – sometimes called “South Ouarzazate”
– Part, as the kasbah Tifoultoute, the rural town of Tarmigte
Day 3 – Ouarzazate to Taroudant