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  • Merzouga Overnight Stay in a Berber Tent and Camel Ride

    1. Merzouga Overnight Stay in a Berber Tent and Camel Ride

    Depart Merzouga, Rissani or the oasis town of Erfoud and travel by 4WD vehicle to a traditional Kasbah at the foot of the Erg Chebbi dunes. Depending on your time of arrival, rest with a refreshing mint tea. Then, follow your guide into the desert and ride a camel across the sands. Trek across the magnificent landscape watching the sunset as you go. Arrive at the desert camp after a camel trek of approximately 2 hours. Upon arrival, your camels will be tethered as you drink some more mint tea. Enjoy a delicious dinner in the desert wilderness, and then sit around a camp fire to hear the beat of the drums and the songs of the Berber nomads of southern Morocco. Wake early in the morning and walk over the sand dunes to watch the sunrise from just behind the Algerian border, about 50 kilometers from Merzouga. Ride your camel back to the hotel, where you can relax with a shower and enjoy br...

    Our driver was accommodated there so we were sure he;s ok. Thanks for everything.

  • Overnight in Luxury Tent in Desert Camp Erg Chebbi Merzouga

    2. Overnight in Luxury Tent in Desert Camp Erg Chebbi Merzouga

    You will be met at the bus station or your hotel in Rissani or Merzouga, from there you will travel to a traditional Kasbah on the foot of the dunes of erg-chebbi. After a rest where you can enjoy some mint tea, a guide and camels will be waiting to carry you across the sandy dunes of the erg-chebbi. You will enjoy the beauty of the sunset while you ride a camel. After one hour you will reach the desert camp where you will spend the night in a Berber tent. At your desert shelter, your camels are hobbled and mint tea is served. After a wonderful dinner, you can take time to watch the stars, before returning to your tent for the night.  The next morning, get up early to watch the sunrise which just behind the Algerian border. You will take a camel back to have a shower and rest. After you can enjoy free activities such as sand boarding, or activities at an extra cost such as quad riding. ...

    The tour was well worth it, but there could have been more explanations and details sent to us leading up to the tour just to give us an idea of the logistics. We parked our car at one of the meeting points and someone drove us + our luggage to another location where we filled some papers and had mint tea. We then waited 1h30 before departing and no one explained us what would happen until it was time to leave. Our luggage was brought to our tent while we went on a dromedary ride to see the sunset. I wish our guide explained more about the desert and dromedaries, but he did not seem to speak French or English. We took a 30m ride then got off to walk in the dunes and watch the sunset. Once that was done, we rode for another 20m to get to the camp. Our tent was awesome with lots of blankets and hot shower! We had a great dinner and then sat with our new guide by the fire to sing songs and play drums. A bit later we walked outside of the camp to see the stars and even tried sandboarding.

  • Agadir: 4-Day Merzouga Erg Chebbi Desert Experience

    3. Agadir: 4-Day Merzouga Erg Chebbi Desert Experience

    Day 1: Agadir, Taroudant, Taliouine, Tazenakht, and Agdz After departing from Agadir, you will visit some Berber villages whilst venturing toward Agdz via Taroudant. You will take a small break in a charming town to discover the Argan oil which is a famous product in the regions of Agadir. You will then take a break at Taliouine, where you will discover the local saffron and Berbers. Next, you will visit Tazenakht, a town best known for its old traditional homemade carpets. From there you will head to the beautiful town of Agdz. Agdz means “resting place”, and is a well-deserved name for the place where you will spend the night. Day 2: Agdz, Tazarine, Alnif, Rissani, Dune Merzouga Erg Chebbi Following your overnight in Agdz, you will have a delightful breakfast at your "riad" whilst enjoying the sunrise. At this point, you will take the road across t...

  • From Fes: 2-Day Merzouga Desert Excursion

    4. From Fes: 2-Day Merzouga Desert Excursion

    Take an overnight excursion into the Merzouga Desert from Fez, passing through mountains, Berber villages, forests, and more, before arriving at the dunes by camel.   Day 1   Depart Fes and pass through the winter ski resort of Ifrane, built by the French in the 1930s to resemble a Swiss village. Continue through the cedar forest of Azrou and look out for the resident monkeys before a drive across the Middle Atlas Mountains. Wind your way through the beautiful forests, mountain springs, jagged rocks, and Berber villages before your descent to the Sahara Desert. Stop for lunch half way in the town of Midelt, famous for its rocks and fossils. Then, continue towards Merzouga, taking in the panoramic views of a huge oasis of palm trees at Ziz along the way.   Upon arrival at Rissani, travel by 4WD vehicle into the desert, reaching Merzouga in the afternoon. Here, your guide will be waitin...

  • From Marrakech: 3-Day Sahara Desert Group Tour

    5. From Marrakech: 3-Day Sahara Desert Group Tour

    Embark on a three-day tour from Marrakech through the beautiful scenery of southern Morocco. This journey passes through many interesting towns and villages, where you will get a look into authentic Moroccan life. Sleep in authentic nomad tents or under the stars. Day one: Marrakech - Tisi n'Tichka - Ait Ben Hadou - Ouarzazat - Skoura - Rose Valley Distance: 180 miles  Depart Marrakech and drive through the High Atlas Mountains, via the twisting Tizi n’ Tichka mountain pass to Ouarzazate. Visit the exotic Casbah of Aït Benhaddou, then continue to Ouarzazate center, where you can tour the Atlas Studios, the largest movie studio in Africa.  Enjoy lunch at the Casbah of Tourirt, the former residence of the Glaoui Dynasty. Continue to Rose Valley and the Casbah of Amerhidil in Skoura, situated by the Amerhidil River and one of the largest in Morocco. Settle in for the ni...

  • Fes: Merzouga Desert 2-Day Tour

    6. Fes: Merzouga Desert 2-Day Tour

    Get out of Fes and into the majestic landscape of the Merzouga desert on a 2-day tour. Ride camels, stop at a Berber village, and spend the night under the stars in a nomadic tent. Enjoy a convenient hotel pick-up in Fes and drive across the Atlas Mountains, through the cedar tree forests of Ifran, where you can see monkeys climbing in the treetops. Stop to take some pictures of the wonderful scenery. Rest in a nearby Berber village, have some lunch, and go across the Ziz Valley to the oasis of Tafilalet. Relax in Merzouga for a little while before hopping on the back of a camel and heading out into the desert just in time for sunset. Spend the night in a nomad tent and enjoy the spectacular sunrise. Have breakfast and return by camel to begin your journey back to fez.

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What people are saying about Merzouga

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 83 reviews

It was amazing more than I expected. This experience could be the best one that I have ever done of sightseeing. If the people from the countries, which don't have the desert, you have to take it. This could be the best for you as well. Moreover, the guide, supporter and local people are so kind and they teached us how we can maximize our experience. When we had some questions about the tour, we could ask supporter and they kindly solved for us, so we didn't have any troubles even if the first time.

Fun activity with everything there: ride a drommedaris, walk up the dunes and watch sunset, to the camp with food, music. Sleeping in the camp. Comfortable beds in a room with Moroccan rugs on the wall and floor. And watch sunrise in the morning, have breakfast and return to the drommesaries. And not to forget extremely nice staff, adequate and atmospheric.

Splendid welcome, super-equipped tent, very kind staff. Tour his magical camels. Super recommended

There is no aircondition, so during winter is freezing. The camp is wonderfull

Nice place and very nice people with good food and interesting music activity