Shared desert tours depart from Marrakech and venture into the Zagora dunes on a daily basis. The small groups are often made up of interested travellers of all ages from all over the world. As well as the Zagora dunes, other desert landscapes are found in places like Merzouga and the Erg Chebbi. There are many variants on these tours and these will include the day trips as well as the 2, 3 and 4-day adventures, where intrepid tourists will really get to know the Moroccan Sahara up close and personal.
Just think too, your group will be together by day and night and there is a fantastic opportunity to get to meet new people and make friends. The shared tours into the desert have been ongoing for several years so far. This means the experience and knowhow of the operators is at its peak. The group shared desert tours from Marrakech to Morocco Sahara desert are wide ranging and suited to fit all tastes. A 2 day desert tour from Marrakech to Zagora dunes, or 3 days in the desert going from Marrakech to Merzouga and then the majestic beauty of the Erg Chebbi dunes, all form the basis of our many shared tours out into the Moroccan desert. There is even the wonder and beauty of the city of Fes included in the shared tour
experiences. In this tour you will get to see the desert and pass through the famous Tizi-n- Tichka Pass as our group winds its way through the high Atlas Mountains.
Most of the shared tours will see the Kasbah at Ait Ben Haddou – a fortified village and a location where so many famous movie sets have used for its backdrops. The tour also takes in the cinema studios located near the Kasbah at Taourirt, hundreds of historical monuments, the Valley of the Roses and the Boulmaine Dades.
Sleeping Under the Stars in a Berber Desert Camp The shared tours often stop at desert camps. These are reached by means of a camel trek. The camels will take us to the camp and timed so that you will all experience the setting sun in the evening and the rising sun as we head back in the morning.
The night is spent listening to traditional Moroccan instruments, watching the skies for all the stars and enjoying a heart and traditional Berber cuisine dinner.