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Corporate tours in Morocco

Description of the tour

Corporate routes through Morocco! Team building? This is your trip then!

Today companies develop techniques of group dynamics with games to motivate, enhance the spirit of teams and cooperation between colleagues.  Ideal for incentive activities, motivation, fun and collaborative work.

Team Building is a participatory activity that is usually carried out in a certain space and place, so it is usually held as an event, but... at Dromedario Volador take this a step further - we want to take your team to the desert of Morocco, a tour of Morocco that no one who participates in will ever forget.

In the desert, we are freed from all tensions, away from the daily grind, the big dunes are the perfect place to create competitive games that will be held by teams where it is intended to test the skills of the participants, such as

Cooking a tajine in the Sahara (Typical Moroccan food)

Make a turban like real Tuareg.

Prepare a "sand pizza", empanada that is prepared in embers hidden in the sand.

Dromedary Ride

Races in the dunes

From our experience these are real fun moments, which create a team atmosphere and great companionship.

Come try it!

General information

  • 4-day round trip
  • 3 Night’s accommodation
  • 1,190km
  • Deserts - oases
  • 4x4 exclusive use - Camels
  • Monuments (Kasbahs) -Film studios and museum – arts and crafts

Itinerary

Day 1

Day1 Marrakesh – Gorges of Dadès

Morning departure from our guests’ Riad or hotel at 8am.

Leave Marrakesh with our Corporate Group on our Route through Morocco towards the Gorges of Dadès crossing the High Atlas and a mountain pass; the Tizi'n Tichka, at 2260 meters, the highest in Morocco, with spectacular views, as the route passes through small Berber settlements on the slopes of the mountains.

Once over the highest point, we will descend into a more arid, desert landscape as we descend into the valley lined with Berber villages and on to the Kasbah Telouet, which we will stop to visit. Here was the site of the great Palace of the Glaoui clan, a jewel of Moorish architecture, built in the 18th century to control the salt caravan routes crossing from Sub-Saharan lands through the Drâa Valley onwards to the imperial cities.

From here the route continues through the Unila Valley with its wonderful landscapes and Berber villages, to Aït Ben Haddou, where we can stop for a leisurely meal and then visit the Kasbah, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and the place where They have filmed scenes from many Hollywood movies such as Gladiator.

The road continues to Ouarzazate – film location capital, where the studios "Atlas" are based and where movies such as; Gladiator, Asterix and Cleopatra, The Jewel of the Nile, and many other titles were recorded. Following this, we enter the Valley of Skoura also known as the “Route of a thousand Kasbahs” and the Valley of the Roses.

Afternoon arrival, dinner, overnight and breakfast in the Gorges of Dadès

Day 2

Day 2 Gorges of Dadès – Sahara at Merzouga

The route through Morocco continues along the Valley of Dadès through the Gorges of Todra, the deepest in Morocco where we will stroll a while by the banks of the river and enjoy the views of the magnificent rocky canyon.

We will then continue in our 4x4 to the palm groves of Jorf to visit underground channels - an ancient irrigation system that the people of the town used to take water to their lands. We will pass through the small town of Erfoud, known for its fossils, and in the afternoon arrive at the great dunes of Erg Chebbi, where the dromedaries await you to enter the dunes. Arrival at our camp and time to prepare the teams and evening activities such as cooking a tajine…and trying it!

A magical night in our camp with music, singing and games, sleeping in the typical Khaimahs nestled by the dunes including dinner and breakfast.

Day 3

Day 3 Sahara at Merzouga

Early start to enjoy the splendor of the sunrise in the desert. Departure from the Sahara in our 4x4 and a morning stop at Rissani, to see its weekly market, unique in the area, which attracts numerous nomads, and where we can see its peculiar “donkey parking”.

We will also stop on the way at the village of Khamlia, known for its traditional music, where most of its inhabitants are of Sudanese origin. We will enjoy a performance from one of the groups famous for their "Gnawa" music and dance rhythms while drinking tea in sign of hospitality. Afternoon arrival back at our camp in the great dunes of Erg Chebbi, where we will continue our team building activities, such as the “sand pizzas” before enjoying the sunset. 

 Another special night in our camp, in the typical Khaimahs, with dinner and breakfast.

Day 4

Day 4 Sahara at Merzouga – Marrakesh

Early to rise today to enjoy the sunrise over the Sahara, breakfast and pack up before picking up our vehicle which will take us through the Drâa Valley via the palm groves of Ziz. We will continue until Nekob and have a break for tea before heading through the Drâa Valley, whose river - the Drâa is the longest in southern Morocco, rising in the High Atlas and providing water for endless orchards and groves. We join the main road again at Aït Sauen near Ouarzazate, heading over the High Atlas before arriving back in Marrakesh at the end of this splendid route through Morocco.

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