If you are touring Morocco then unquestionably you have to make the journey to see the immense dunes of the Sahara Desert. There is absolutely nothing like the excitement of going up a soaring Sahara desert sand dunes at sunset to see the sundown sitting on camelback, or hire an ATV and cruise through the sand dunes up and down where there is no stop sign that can stop you. All you will hear is the sound of blowing wind and contemplate the magnificent view of moving sands.
How you can get there!
The best way to get there from Marrakech or other Moroccan cities is to hire a tour guide with a 4×4. Eco Desert Morocco team. We offer the best desert tours in Morocco.
Best time to visit the desert?
Actually, you can visit the desert any time and you will enjoy it, but the best time is during Autumn ( September to November) when temperatures are very pleasant. Spring between March to May is also a terrific season to enjoy the fantastic view of flowers and plants in the desert and around sand dunes.
TOP THINGS TO DO IN THE DESERT!
Sahara ATV moto Quad Adventure in Erg Chebbi sand dunes.
We offer the ATV moto quad because it’s a great experience and it gives more fun and the possibility to watch the sunset from the top of the highest dunes in the Desert.
Visiting real Nomad families.
What an adventure in the heart of the Sahara desert. No trip to the Sahara desert would be complete without visiting Nomad families. Who still living inside the traditional tents to feel a little of their hard life and support them.
Visit the village of the ( blacks ).
The Gnawa tribe and its music have their origins in middle African countries…
Camel Ride to watch the sunset.
The camel ride experience is the most important thing you have to try once you arrive in the desert, and that’s a reason why we include it in our desert tours to let all our clients live it.
Visit the oasis of Hasi lbied.
The oasis of Hasi lbied is located on the most beautiful dunes in the Erg Chebbi Desert. While you stay in your desert camp nothing can be more exciting than visiting one of the oases nearest you.