4 days from Marrakech
Jul31

4 DAYS  FROM MARRAKECH TO FES

The 4 Days  from Marrakech Sahara Desert Tour to Fes via Erg Chebbi dunes. Is highly recommended simply, because there are so many things to see. And do besides camel trekking and a night stay in a desert camp. Arriving early to the hotel at the foot hills of Erg Chebbi dunes, enjoy a cup of tea. In addition see some nomads living in caves. Wander with a local guide in palmary or hike in Dades valley or Todra gorges, spend more time of sites. Continue reading

2 days tour from Marrakech
Jul31

3 DAYS TOUR FROM MARRAKECH

3 Days from Marrakech with camel trekking. Merzouga is a small town out on the edge of the Sahara Desert of Erg Chebbi. Merzouga is only 50 km away from Algeria border. Where the paved road ends and the real Sahara Desert sand dunes begin. Merzouga desert is the most importantly place in Morocco for Camel treks in addition desdert camp. To experience the Sahara desert dunes it is a must to take a camel trip and stay overnight in a Berber tent or in a luxury camp. The camel trip takes approximately 1 hours through amazing red-orange sand dunes at sunset. To reach the sahara desert camp where you will be served local nomad dinner in the desert tent. But note it is at least a ten hours drive from the erg chebbi dunes to Marrakech. Continue reading

2 days From Marrakech
Jul21

2 days from marrakech

Marrakech to Zagora 2 days desert tour is the most popular camel ride sunset desert tour we offer. The 2 days Zagora desert tour is a most do experience for those travelers who do not have the luxury of time. And would love to have desert tour experience, sleep in tents and ride a camel. This 2 days  from Marrakech gives you the opportunity to pass the high Atlas Mountains. Admire the stunning views of Draa valley and its palm groves, visit the UNESCO world heritage sites. Ride camels and spend the night in the camp or under the stars. Please bear in mind that Zagora is a rocky kind of desert which unlike the Erg Chegaga Sahara desert, doesn’t offer big dunes. Continue reading