Sahara Desert Tours 

 Erg Chigaga sahara tours

A leisurely camel trek in the desert, up to five or six hours walking a day, and at night time Bivouac (camping) near dunes under a starry sky. The hiking would alternate between the oases, vast areas of dunes, regs (stony desert) and small desert hills.
Duration: four to ten days depending on your choice.
In addition to a total change of scenery and this magical sensation of calm, peace and serenity within the wide expanse of desert; it is a hike rich in nature, history and culture, during which we will discover together, the alluring palmeraie of the Draa, the remains of villages and Kasbahs dating back to the time of the caravan trade, the beautiful regs of the Hamada of Draa and the soft, golden sand dunes, and the necropolis at Foum Larjam, which is the largest necropolis in North Africa and consists of several kilometres of ancient burial mounds (tumuli). We will also encounter numerous fauna and flora, which are resistant to the harsh conditions of an arid environment. We will walk on the rhythm of the caravan with expert, local camel-handlers, who at each destination will offer you a mint tea while you relax by a campfire listening to Berber songs, welcome in  Sahara Tours Morocco

Desert Tour to Erg Chebbi

The golden sand dunes of Merzouga is one of the largest expanses of sand in Morocco and is located at the extreme south of the Tafilalt valley, the cradle of ancient civilization of Morocco, where the Oued Ziz meets the Oued Ghris, before disappearing into the desert. It is an extremely varied site and ideal for a Saharan hike. Walking for up to five or six hours a day during which you can discover large Regs, dotted with Saharan plants and dunes as far as the eye can see, dominated by the huge dune of Erg Chabbi. There are two interesting wetland areas, Dait Essargi and Lake Yasmina, small rocky hills and dunes with Tamarisk trees towards the direction of Taous and Ouzina, the beautiful Oasis of Merzouga, which is irrigated by underground canals, and of course, not to forget the warmth and hospitality of the nomadic tribes of Ait Khabbach.