Today, after breakfast, we’ll go off on the route to Boumalne Dades. First, we’ll take a trip across the High Atlas Mountains. Morocco has succeeded in building a pass that allows you to reach the southeast and travel to the desert despite the fact that the road is all mountains. This pass is about 200 kilometers long and follows a curving path until it reaches the top of the High Atlas mountains. As you drive through the Tichka pass, you will come to a stop at the highest point of this curving road ( about 2260m).
It has one of the finest views of the Atlas Mountains. In a few moments, we’ll continue our journey to the southeast, passing through Ait Benhaddou. You’ll have some time here to cross the river and visit the huge Ksar, which was once a vital stop for traders and camel caravans.
Later in the day, we’ll visit Morocco’s Ouallywood, Ouarzazate. It is the only city in the Southeast with an international airport. Here, we will take you to the Atlas studios, which are the city’s primary attractions. They are the locations where films are shot and where filmmakers sometimes rent equipment. After that, we hit the road again, with the next stops being Rose Valley and the city of Kalaat Mgouna, both of which are known for their cosmetic products.
Finally, we’ll make our way to Boumalne Dades, passing through some local Berber towns and valleys along the way. We will spend the night there.