Camel Trekking

Imagine yourself on top of a camel, trekking through the Sahara Desert. There is nothing around you and all you can hear are the footsteps of the camel in the soft sand. The sky is vast and clear during the day and filled with millions of bright stars at night… a very peaceful experience and a journey well worth the effort in which you will have fond memories to last you forever. Visit kasbahs, see orange sand dunes, lush fertile oases, and serrated mountain summits filling the vistas. With the grand solitude and silence of the Sahara, and nights spent under nomadic tents, you’ll feel the mysterious power that the desert has always had over the human soul.

Morocco Camel Trekking in Merzouga Desert:

If you had to choose a special destination that embodies the magic of Morocco it would definitely be the Sahara desert. Its images of charming desert oases, vast unending sands and of course the sheltering sky. If any visitor to Morocco really wants to lose themselves and get away from it all, there is no more extreme way to do so than to set off across the great desert.

Morocco camel trekking for 1 night in Merzouga desert:

We have a camel trekking tour starting from Merzouga into the Erg Chebbi sand dunes for an overnight in the camp (nomad tents). This tour includes camel trekking for 90 mins in the dunes, sunset, sand boarding, dinner and Berber drum music at the camp. The next day you’ll ride the camels back to our hotel after watching the sunrise, Breakfast and shower will be at our hotel. The price of this tour is 35 euros per person, You can get more details on the one night Merzouga camel trekking page.

Morocco camel trekking for 2 nights in Merzouga desert:

The camel trekking tour for 2 nights in the Erg Chebbi desert starts from Merzouga around 16:00. You’ll ride the camels in the sand dunes for 90 mins, watch the sunset in the dunes, then continue to spend the first night in a nomad camping dinner and Berber drum music (and a campfire in winter), then relax to wake up early the next morning for the sunrise. After the sunrise you’ll have breakfast at the camp, then start the journey towards the nomad families where you’ll have lunch with nomads or in the shadow of a desert tree. You can get more details on the two nights in Merzouga camel trekking page.