Experience Casablanca, Marrakech, High Atlas, Drà valley, Quarazzate within ten days over the Sahara-dessert of south Marocco. You will not only experience the greatest cities, but you can also immerse yourself in the life of the Sahara desert. We not only show you the local tips in the cities, but also the restless nights in the southern dunes of Morocco.
On the camel treks with our calm and sure-footed dromedaries, each guest gets their own riding camel and we are accompanied by pack camels, which carry the luggage, tents and groceries. Our riding and pack camels are extremely peaceful and calm animals that are used to walking with us. You can enjoy the scenery on horseback or walk next to your dromedary on the soft sand.
Experience a strong bond with nature as you trek through the desert with the animals for a day or more. We avoid hectic and stress and quickly find the evenly calm beat of the caravan.
Between the hikes over rocky deserts and through beautiful dune landscapes, your reliable companions prepare a plentiful picnic under shady acacia and tamarisk trees. After the break, the trek continues until your companions reach a nice night camp, pitch our tents and our cook will prepare for you a typical Moroccan dinner around the campfire. And again and again you will be spoiled with the traditional desert tea.
Spend the nights in one of the typical nomad tents or, if you like, under the unique starry sky of the Sahara!
The city is a unique mixture of classic holiday oasis, trendy metropolis and 1001 nights. Not only the world-renowned art treasures (Koutoubia Mosque, Saadian Tombs, El-Badi Palace, etc.), but also the extraordinary and diverse range of hotels have made the royal city famous. The overnight stay in a “riad” (hotel in restored old town houses) with cozy inner courtyards and roof terraces is certainly one of the highlights of a stay in Marrakech.
Stroll through the city’s picturesque markets (souks) and end the day on the famous Djemaa El Fna square. The atmosphere is incomparable. The square is a stage for life, a fairground, an open-air theatre, a street restaurant, a fair and a circus arena.
In Morocco there are numerous fortresses, in the local language “Kasbahs”, to discover. Located inside and outside capital cities, these were built for military reasons, but often also as residential complexes. The diverse architecture of the various kasbahs is not a popular destination for tour groups for nothing. The architectural style of hotels in the Maghreb countries is often modeled on that of Kasbahs. The magnificent Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou in Ouarzazate has often been used as a backdrop in various Hollywood films.
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