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Ait Ben Haddou and Telouet Kasbahs day excursion will allow you to encounter the best of the south, get familiar with the Glaoui clans and visit the most acclaimed kasbahs of Morocco. Cross the Map book Mountains and take the way to the Sahara Desert and the old caravane courses.

Ait benhadou and Telouet Kasbahs day trip takes you over the chain of the High Chart book mountains and over the popular Tizi-n-Tichka pass, one of the most emotional goes in Morocco (The governement began a venture to remodel a major piece of the street after an unfortunate transport mishap in 2012 and the work is as yet progressing because of the unforgiving winter atmosphere and geology). Up and down the street you can see Berber towns dispersed at the edge of the mountains, some of the time hard to recognize from the precipitous escort. As you arrive at the most distant side of the mountains the scene changes radically, turning out to be semi-bone-dry and desert-like as the chain of the Map book mountains goes about as obstruction isolating the Mediterranean atmosphere of the north from the Dry desertic twists on the south-east.

After the Tichka pass 2162m, we leave the fundamental street and agree with a particular stance street to the Telouet Kasbah, which had a place with the Pacha of the Map book, the Glaoui, and stands in ruins after the last Pasha fled the nation after the flight of the French armed forces. In the principal kasbah you will visit just a couple of rooms that can be seen, as a significant part of the kasbah has been shut off on account of the falling roofs and dangerous dividers. Be that as it may, the tiled dividers, fluted columns, flawlessly painted wooden roofs and hued glass windows of the banquet halls permit you to envision what it resembled in its prime.

From that point you proceed for lunch at Ait Ben Haddou along the recently asphalted street. Once in the town, you will get a more critical gander at the Kasbah’s engineering with turrets on all the structures, enhanced with flame broiled windows and delicate peach shaded dividers. These conventional houses are made of adobe, profoundly reasonable for the climat states of the south and the summets of the mountains since it is an effective temperature isolator and the structure materials are bounteous and require no transportation or critical change process.The evening is spent investigating the UNESCO World Legacy Site of Ait Benhaddou, This is the most well known of every Moroccan kasbah, to a great extent because of its appearance in numerous Hollywood blockbusters. It was one of the most significant fortification fortresses on the old Salt Street train courses, where dealers brought slaves, gold, ivory and salt from sub-Saharan Africa to Marrakech and past. Before leaving Ait Benhaddou, you will take on last glimps of the town from a removed point offering an awesome all encompassing perspective particularly under clear blue skies.

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WHAT’S Remembered For AIT BENHADDOU DAY Excursion

Get and drop off at your inn, riad, or convenience in Marrakech.

Transport: A/C 4×4 Toyota Tx Prado

English talking driver

Neighborhood control in Ait benhaddou

Lunch (no mixed refreshments), veggie lover and vegetarian suppers are accessible

Telouet kasbah extra charges

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