The Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world. This vast expanse of sand might seem bare and inhospitable. But do not let its inhospitable appearance fool you as a trek across the Sahara Desert is an unforgettable experience. A camel trek across the Sahara will transport you to a time when nomadic traders roamed the Sahara. And while this will help you appreciate the nomadic culture of the desert’s nomadic tribes, it is also give you an epic tale to tell your grandkids. Marrakech camel trekking will give you an opportunity to experience the wonders of the desert in a more personalized manner. For those feeling a bit more adventurous a climb to the top of a sand dune offers a spectacular view of the sunset. These marvels of nature can rise up to 50 meters from the desert floor and create the perfect backdrop for an authentic Arabian adventure. Our Sahara Desert tours from Marrakech include a trek to a secluded oasis in the desert. The oasis is the perfect get away from the hustles and bustles of the city life. You will get to enjoy the tranquility that only a secluded oasis in the middle of a vast ocean of sand can offer. And that’s all the trek will include a stop-over in an authentic Bedouin tent. Famed for their hospitality, the Bedouins who call the Sahara Desert home, have a beautiful culture. A stay in a Bedouin tent cannot be complete without tasting local delicacies. We organize camel trips to suit everyone. Thus, whether you want a short one-day camel trek from Marrakech to the desert or a one-week expedition, we are more than capable of satisfying
Overnight Desert Tour from Marrakech
your adventuring needs. It is advisable to go on a camel trek between the months of September and February. The trek will include an overnight stay at Erg Chebbi camp, which will be one of the highlights of your camel trek adventure. The Marrakech overnight desert trip gives you an opportunity to experience life like a true Berber trader. Apart from the overnight stay, you will be treated to spectacular sites such as
the Ait Benhaddou , which is a recognized world heritage site Also, if you choose a week-long expedition you will have ample time to fully explore the desert and its wonders. Some of the places to visit include rural markets, fossil sites, and small museums. If you are interested in something a little bit more unique you can opt for a guided tour of the Todra gorges. This tour will come complete with a Berber guide to help you explore
the Todra gorges site we also offer Marrakech camel tours to the desert. On such a tour you will have time to climb to the top of the sand dunes and also interact with nomadic tribes. Additionally, you never know what wonders you may encounter on your journey. The wonders may be anything from a secluded oasis, an ancient village or even a Berber wedding ceremony. The uncertainty of the journey is what makes is it an adventure that you will not forget. So, you might be wondering is a camel trekking to the desert from Marrakech safe. While the desert is inhabited by poisonous scorpions, they are nocturnal, thus your chances of running into one during the day are close to zero. As for snakes, it is unlikely that you will find a snake slithering around during the day, as they will most probably be hiding under a rock. So, there is nothing to fear during the day when trekking to the desert. Another question that might be bothering you is how easy it is to ride a camel. Camels are gentle creatures and will not give you a hard time when you try to ride them. Additionally, our guide’s will help you get comfortable for the long trek ahead. The camel trek can be done by just about any one, so you can plan one for you and your whole family. Of worth noting is that it is important you carry a bottle of water. This is especially if you plan on climbing to the top of a sand dune.