Day 1: Mhamid el Reg Arada dunes – the ruins of Sidi Bousnina
After meeting your team and making preparations, you will start your Desert Trip on foot with your guides to the ruins of Sidi el Reg Bousnina via Arada. Picnic lunch along the way. We set up camp at night by the ruins of Sidi Bousnina.
Day 2: The ruins of Sidi Bousnina Erg Ezzahar
From the very early morning departure to the dunes of Erg Ezzahar. Lunch on the way, in the afternoon, the caravan moves on to the dunes. Small tea ceremony at sunset while the caravan chef prepares a tasty tagine for dinner. Overnight in a tent, or under the stars.
Day 3: Ezzahar Erg – Erg Smar
Wake up to the sunrise and Nomad breakfast around the embers of the evening camp fire. The caravan continues towards Erg Smar through Ait Ounabgui. Lunch under a shade of Tamarisk tree . Dinner and overnight in Berber tents, or under the stars.
Day 4: Erg Smar – Erg Ait Ounirte
The Camel Trek continues through the desert. Picnic for lunch under a tamarisk tree. Setting up camp for the night while the caravan chef prepares dinner.
Day 5: Erg Ait Ounir – Rass Nkhall
After breakfast, the caravan takes the road back to Mhamid Oasis and palm trees!. Goodbye to your caravan team. You will dine and spend the last night in our camp in Desert M’hamid. End of our Desert Travel.
Based on group of two people at least.
Child Policy: 50% off for children under 12 years with maximum 1 child per family.
M’Hamid El Ghizlane is a small oasis town placed in southern Morocco. The
town, with 7500 inhabitants, has cafes, hotels, restaurants and several
quirky shops where you can buy refreshments, top up on your toiletries and
even find a Sahara souvenir! The ancient quarter, Ghizlan kashba, is also
M’Hamid is the last village before Sahara desert and it is a safe place,
located 24 kilometres from the Algerian border. It is easily accessible from
Ouarzazate (250 km) and Zagora (100 km) by bus. The bus ( www.CTM.ma ) is affordable,
modern and comfortable with air conditioning. You can also take a plane from Casablanca ( www.royalairmaroc.com 3 Direct Flight per Week ) or From Marrakech (www.airarabia.com 3 Direct Flight per Week ) M’Hamid is on the edge of the
Sahara, one of the reasons why so many tourists choose this village to begin
their Sahara Desert journey.