Have you ever thought about sleeping under a million stars? Head straight up to the Sahara, where your dream can come true. Don’t miss out on witnessing the sunrise and sunset from your tent in the middle of the world’s largest desert and soak up in its natural beauty.
Ait Benhaddou is a former ancient staging point for caravans of traders located outside Ouarzazate on the Sahara’s edge, where the caravans with camels rested here. The Kasbahs and clay houses situated under the hot sun are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Your adventure to Sahara is nothing without the camel ride experience. It’s somehow a typical regular style to take a camel ride to your campsite in the Sahara. However, it’s not supposed to be a convenient and comfortable ride, but it worth once in your life. Try to get used to it! Most rides ultimately last about an hour!
Erg Chebbi is a famous spot in the Moroccan Sahara for overnight camping. An erg is a vast sand sea formed by the wind into undulating valleys and crests. You’ll see some individuals buried in the dunes up to the neck as a cure method for rheumatism. Erg Chigaga is another rustic and more remote spot with more extraordinary wilderness and smaller dunes.
Ride a Quad Bike through the Dunes
One way of having more fun in the Sahara dunes is hiring a lightweight and powerful quad for 1-2 hour trips. Make sure to fasten your seat belt as the dunes may appear gentle and soft but land in an uncomfortable position making a fatal accident.
Hire sand skies and snow/sand boards around the populated dunes and enjoy this fun under the hot sun.
Sitting Around the Campfire
Collect dead wood and bushes to make a great fire and a fire pit. Put your bbq grill over the fire and cook a delicious meal. It’s an exciting experience of eating in the cold nights of the desert. Campfire is the best trick to keep warm during the cold nights of winter in the Sahara.
Stay in a Berber Camp
Stay one night in a tented Berber camp and sleep under the stars. Imagine yourself wrapped in the blanket or sleeping bag next to the fire with traditional music and dancing and a cup of mint tea; wouldn’t it be fantastic!
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