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What sand dunes will I see in the Merzouga Desert?

Since most desert from go as fast as possible, you will likely see the Erg Chebbi dunes, which are the closest to Merzouga.

On a 3-day tour to the Sahara, you will not see Erg Chigaga, the largest dune in the Sahara. This would require different planning than your standard Sahara tour.

What are the best things to do in the Sahara Desert?

There are all sorts of activities you can do in the Moroccan desert — from camel trekking to glamping to sandboarding to ATV riding and more.

A 3-day tour actually gives you fairly limited time in the Sahara Desert. You will do a sunset camel trek, have a camp meal, sleep in a tent, stargaze, and be able to watch the sunrise before leaving again — that’s about it.

If you want more time in the Sahara Desert, I suggest taking one of the tours.

 

Additional Information

You will receive confirmation when booking
Children’s chairs available
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Accompaniment possible by a multilingual guide
A vegetarian option is available: please specify at the time of booking if you wish to benefit from it.

More about:

  • Small soft bag / backpack with personal effects for the night in a bivouac, suggested as it will be carried on the camel.
  • All luggage can travel with you on the tour, and bulky luggage will be stored and secured at the hotel on the edge of the desert.

  • Not accessible to people with reduced mobility

  • Nearby public transport

  • The return by vehicle to on the 3rd day lasts 9-10 hours, with stops

  • No special physical condition required
    This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Tafilalet is a historical region in the southeast of the Kingdom of Morocco. A resident is called Filali. It consists of the totality of oases that was, traditionally, the arrival point of the caravan passing into Morocco. Today, Tafilat belongs to the province of Errachidia, the former Souk Palace, and belongs, since 2015, to the Draa-Tafilalet region.

These areas are located in the areas located on the area east of Rissani, and became known as “the city inhabiting”, and there is a Sijilmasa which means the areas located on the banks of the Wadi Ziz stream, Gheris areas, and a part of Wadi Ker at the area south of Tizimida until the Tengras Palace, which is the area in the center of the ruin of the city record diamond.

Today, Tafilat belongs to the province of Errachidia, formerly Ksar Souk, and, since 1997, belongs to the Meknes-Tafilalet region. Tafilalet is considered one of the most important historical areas in Morocco, as it is the heir of the historical city of Sijilmasa, whose civilizational radiance remains in the memory of the inhabitants of these areas, except for its ruin.

 

Which extends over a vast area west of Rissani, and it became known as “the city inhabited”, and Sijilmasa meant areas Located on the banks of the valley of Ziz, Greis, Todgha, and part of the regions of Wadi Ker, according to Arab geographers, the word “Tafilalet” at the present time does not indicate all this area, but is limited only to the areas south of Tizimi, extending to the Tengras Palace, the area in the center of which is the ruin of the city of Sijilmasa.