after breakfast, departure to Ouarzazate, Agdz, Zagora and M’hamid. We will cross the Anti-Atlas along the magical Drâa Valley, a ribbon of technicoloured palmeraies, kasbahs and Berber villages. One of the longest rivers in Morocco, the Drâa originates in the High Atlas before reaching the Atlantic. In reality, the waters generally seep away into the desert. The richest section of the valley lies between Agdz and Zagora. Before reaching Zagora, we will visit the Coranic Library of Tamegoute that houses a magnificent collection of illustrated religious texts, dictionaries and astrological works, and also the pottery factory. South of Tamegoute on our way to M’Hamid you can get your first glimpse of the Sahara. Off the road are a number of isolated sand dunes. We will spend the evening and the night in the dunes of Chegaga.