The Kik Plateau is located at the foot of the chain of the High Atlas whose peaks reach 4000 metres. On your arrival in the Berber village, you will appreciate the splendour of the hinterland and, by meeting its inhabitants, you will get acquainted with their lifestyle. Do not miss the breathtaking view towards the Atlas as well as the valley of Marrakesh and Takerkoust.
Built at the time of the French protectorate, the Lalla Takerkoust dam supplies electricity to Marrakesh and its region. At the origin of the formation of an artificial lake, it provides a very pleasant body of water, especially during the hot weather. This is the place to take a breath of fresh air at the foot of the Atlas.
Then you will enter the desert of Agafay, located north of the High Atlas Mountains, along the Guemassa mining road. This impressive region called "desert" because of its extreme aridity will reveal its amazing landscape in the form of sand dunes. The Agafay Desert is home to Camp Lodge Terre des Etoiles, where you will have lunch.