Sahara desert tour Morocco
When most people think of Morocco. they think of lively souks and the Sahara Desert.That’s certainly all I really associated with Morocco before I visited for the first time.
But what most people don’t realize is that Morocco is much more than just those two things – it’s a diverse country with beaches and deserts and snow-capped mountains; with chaotic cities but also cozy farming villages and luxurious palaces.
Morocco is unlike anywhere else you’ve ever been, and after spending two weeks Morocco Uncovered trip, I realized that you could probably travel around Morocco for a month and still not see it all.
If you don’t have a month to spend in Morocco. though (and, let’s be honest, most of us don’t!), my advice is to focus on just one part of it. And the easiest way to do this is to choose between. the north and the south of the country.
South Morocco is the Morocco you’ve probably envisioned: arid mountains and seas of sand dunes. and ancient kasbahs that look like giant sandcastles. This is the part of the country where you can. spend a night in the Sahara Desert, get to know Berber culture. and trace the paths of the old caravan routes.
Major points of interest in this part of Morocco include Marrakech. Ait-Ben-Haddou, the Sahara Desert, the Atlas Mountains, and the coastal town of Essaouira.
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A trip to southern
A trip to southern Morocco might be for you if…
You dream of riding a camel into the desert – I’m going to be honest with you: riding a camel is so much more awkward than it looks! But it’s an experience that’s worth having. especially when your camel ride ends at a comfortable camp deep within the dunes. My overnight trip to the Sahara Desert was one of the highlights of my time in Morocco!
A cheeky Sahara selfie
You want to feel like you’ve walked onto a movie set – There’s a town in southern Morocco that’s been dubbed “Mollywood” due to the amount of films and TV shows that have been shot there over the years. This is the part of Morocco where you’ll find ancient fortified cities and mud brick kasbahs, some of which have been used in films like “Lawrence of Arabia” and “The Mummy,” and TV shows like “Game of Thrones.”.
You want to explore the High Atlas Mountains – In order to get to the desert in Morocco, you first have to cross the mountains. The High Atlas Mountains are home to golden gorges and traditional Berber villages. This is a great place to go for a hike, or get a glimpse of how local people live. My time spent in the Tinghir Valley on my Road trip to Sahara tour was another trip highlight. We stayed in a local guesthouse and went on a morning walk through fields of local crops that sit at the base of pink mountains.
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