If you feel a visit to Morocco isn’t complete without a once in a lifetime trip to the Sahara Desert then there are two options for where to stay in desert camps, Erg Chebbi, easily accessible from Merzouga and famous for it’s high dunes, some of which can reach 160m, so offering spectacular views across the Sahara and the other Erg Chigaga, a more remote area found after a two hour off-road drive through desert wilderness with dunes up to 120m.
There are a variety of options for desert camping, something to suit all tastes and budgets, from standard tents to glamping in luxurious en-suite tents to secluded private camps for small groups or couples.
We can discuss with you which location would fit with your hopes for your trip and work together to create an itinerary around the number of days, budget and type of experience you are looking for.
Sahara Desert Experience
Duration: 2 nights/3 days.
Unique and enchanting, the Sahara Desert is a once in a lifetime experience.
The climax of this tour is disappearing into the wind sculpted sand dunes on camel back and sleeping under the infinite starry sky of the desert but the journey is just as captivating.
Erg Chigaga Desert Wilderness
Duration: 5 days/4 Nights
Remote desert landscapes and a sense of being in the middle of nowhere with only the stars guiding your way make this a unique desert camping experience to the dunes of Erg Chigaga, a wilder less populated area in the Sahara Desert.
The drive to the desert itself is thrilling enough, passing through a fascinating ever changing mix of landscapes and experiencing different elements of Moroccan life and warm hospitality.
Sahara Desert Discovery
Duration-6 nights/7 days.
An unmissable tour to the Sahara Desert extended over 7 days for those who want to take their time to truly enjoy a few days in the intoxicating city of Marrakech and a more relaxed journey to the desert with less driving time.
Explore Marrakech and it’s magical atmosphere before setting off to discover some of the most incredible Moroccan landscapes. Land characterised by rich coloured valleys and imposing gorges, ancient red earthen kasbahs, oases of palm trees, boundless skies and wide open spaces provide the backdrop for the drive to Merzouga where camels await to carry you into the infinite dunes to front row seats for the sunset and are night under the stars in the desert, a place like no where else on Earth.