As nomads, the only human beings are able to adapt to the difficulties of the desert, you wake up at dawn. You see the sun arise between the waves of a sea of sand. It is the scenery that has inspired writers and photographers, made famous by Paul Bowles, the American writer of Te in the wilderness, "a purely mineral landscape lighted by stele as rockets, where even memory disappears." Morocco ends here, surprisingly, the only place that you lose infinity beyond the horizon.
A camel returns to the noise of civilization, towards the hotel that hosts us to freshen up and have breakfast. We are back on the road to the Valley of Roses. First, you visit the Todra Gorge, nestled in the valley of this small tributary of Oued Rheriss; are the most spectacular of the entire country. Soon after, continuing for Boumalne Dades, we enter in the Gorges du Dades, to discover unique landscapes, at the foot of the Atlas. According to many legends, along the gorges of Dades would still be living lions of Atlantis; the most reliable historical sources, however, agree that the last specimen was shot down at the beginning of the twentieth century. Arrived in the Valley of Roses, you stop in the capital of this oasis planted with rose bushes. Kalaa't Mgouna has a dual personality; The first follows the scent of freshly picked buds and intoxicates with water and oil essence. The second, forging daggers ceremony. The sweet side and the aggressive center where we will stop for dinner on the first night of the tour at the hotel.