Go to Southern Morocco

The Amateur Traveler speaks to Ady from Hit the Road Music Studio about a place he fell in love with while touring in a portable recording studio about visiting Southeastern Morocco.
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Ady suggests a detailed plan for a week-long trip through Southern Morocco, which will start and end in Marrakech. Here’s a collapse of the suggested journey:
Day 1: Morocco
Reach in Marrakech and spend the night there. Practice the bustling city, consider a mix of German and Moroccan cuisine, and obtain a taste of the native culture.
Day 2: Go over the Atlas Mountains
Travel from Marrakech over the Atlas Mountains and witness the extraordinary climate and landscape change. Spend the night in Ouarzazate, a city famous for its film studios and proximity to the film location for movies like” Gladiator” and” Star Wars”.
Time 3: Aït Benhaddou
Visit Aït Benhaddou, a nicely- preserved city that’s a UNESCO World Heritage site. This area has been used as a place for numerous movies because of its traditional Moroccan earthen clay architecture.
Day 4: Zagora
Go from Ouarzazate to Zagora, a city that serves as the Sahara Desert’s doorway. Examine the local culture and possibly remain at a suggested hotel like Ouled Otmane’s Ecolodge du Draa for its distinctive local hospitality.
Day 5: Agdz
Visit Agdz to experience the vibrant market life and the local Amazigh ( Berber ) culture. Enjoy the regional generosity while staying at the Rose du Sable hotel.
Day 6: M’hamid El Ghizlane and the Sahara Desert
Continue to M’hamid El Ghizlane, the next city before the Sahara begins. Here, you can visit Erg Chigaga’s large dunes and camp in a desert camp to soak up the peaceful surroundings.
Morning 7: Return to Marrakesh
Return to Marrakech, stopping in places like Ouarzazate or other cities for any last explorations or pleasure before the trip is over.
Throughout the trip, Ady emphasizes engaging with native cultures, trying local cuisines, and exploring both the natural surroundings and the historical places of Southern Morocco. This plan offers a blend of experience, culture, and rest, with a strong focus on traditional experiences.
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