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Marrakech, Atlas Mtn Hike, Sahara, Essaouira?

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Hello,

I am traveling to Morocco in mid August and am trying to get a grasp on how long it takes to travel around, and if we should hire a guide the entire time?

Our goal is to see/enjoy Marrakech, hike the Atlas Mtn for a day, stay overnight in the Sahara (or do a day trip.. any recommendations?), and then relax along the water in Essaouira for a few days.

Is 6-7 days enough time???

Does anyone have any recommendations on guides, tours, hotels?

THANK YOU!!!!

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