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Boumalne Dades & the valley of the roses

The Dadès River rises in the High Atlas and then turns south crossing through the Dadès Gorge, then westward between the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas mountain ranges. The river finally meets the Ouarzazate River, which then enters Draa River.

Dades Gorge is easily accessible by taxi from nearby Tinerhir. The scenery is significant with views of interesting rock formations. The valley itself is made lush and green by the river, while the surrounding area is rocky desert. There are simple communities still living here in traditional houses. Women can be seen washing laundry in the river and laying it to dry on the surrounding bushes.

Day 1: Ouarzazate – Dades ( 3 hours drive )

Your day trip to Dades Valley from Ouarzazate will start in the morning. Meet your driver and guide at your hotel reception to start your 4X4 full day adventure to the majestic Dades Canyons via the Valley of the roses and the road of the Kasbahs.

Drive towards Skoura oasis where you will visit Amridil Kasbah to learn about how Kasbahs are built, the daily life style of the Berbers, as well as some local history.

Continue to Kalaa Mgouna known for its roses plantation and artisianal rose water distilling factories. Here you will have the opportunity to visit one of the ladies cooperatives making rose water soaps and perfumes.
One the way, admire the scenery of fortified villages and Kasbahs, some are still inhabited and some are left to ruins.

Upon arrival at Dades Valley, lunch will be served at one of the local restaurants before driving up to the canyons to enjoy he scenery and a cup of mint tea.

Mid afternoon, you will return back to Ouarzazate.

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