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Things To Do In Ouarzazate


Camel Riding

This is the long awaited moment, the moment you had imagined when you dreamed of going to Morocco. Like swimming with dolphins or riding on the back of an elephant, a ride on a camel is a must. Although many believe it’s a tourist catcher, rest assured that you will have a lot of fun walking around these funny animals. For the little information, do you know the difference between the camel and the camel? The camel has a single hump while the camel has two humps and is mostly present in Asia.

A man met in a bar offers to eat at home the next day. Eternal skeptic, I followed my friends a little unwillingly. Well, I had my lesson that night.

The man in question was part of the royal family of Ouarzazate and we ate like kings. The generosity of this man was only equal to his kindness and he proposed to bring us early the next morning to Zagora, last step before the Sahara.

The moral of this story: Trust the locals, there are still good people in this world! You will avoid missing out on memorable experiences / people.


Kasbah of Taourirt was built in the 17th century by the Glaoui tribe.
She is famous thanks to her seniority. Indeed, it was one of the first big Berber architectures built! The Kasbah was for a long time the residence of the Pasha of Marrakech, a high dignitary of the Moroccan royalty.
Tourists can enjoy the exterior architecture of the monument looking like sandcastles: bronzed red walls rising to the sky, crenellated towers at different corners of the Kasbah.
For a small sum it is possible to visit and browse the medina … visitors would be wrong to deprive! They will discover the interior design of this building, richly decorated: the dining room, living areas, bedrooms etc. A Mecca of Moroccan Culture, World Heritage Site by UNESCO


As we told you, for movie lovers, we strongly advise you to take a trip to the studio of Ouarzazate, the largest in Africa. For about 4 € / person, a guide will show you the scenery for about 1h30. Do not forget to bring a bottle of water, it is hot in Ouarzazate and the studios are outdoors.

That’s how you can find yourself in ancient Egypt in front of Caesar’s palace in Asterix and Obelix mission Cleopatra, take the Otis lift, try to reach the door of Numerobis or confront Gerard Darmon on the columns of the palace!

Just behind this paper mache wall you find yourself in the village of Prince of Persia and see in the distance the city of Game of Trones …

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