Desert Trek Morocco Crossing East-West of dunes Chegaga

Our ultimate aim is to help to discover the true Morocco with camel Desert trek Morocco tours, and desert tours, to get in touch with the authenticity of the kingdom, the beauty of the Moroccan landscapes and make you live unforgettable moments in the rhythm of its Berber inhabitants. Our team awaits for you to live the journey that you will exceed all expectations, wishing to remain worthy of your confidence. We are always at your disposal for a stay with family or friends.

Day 1: Flight toMarrakech or Ouarzazate Free time

Welcome at the airport and transfer by minibus to the hotel. With the possibility of leaving immediately by time of arrival. Accommodation: hotel or camp

Day 2: Marrakech – Ouled Driss by minibus

We leave early in the morning M’Hamid direction, along the magnificent Draa Valley, its oases and kasbahs … stops on the way to enter a magical universe! Arrival in Ouled Driss and meeting with our team camels. Debut of our excursion. First camp in the dunes near Ouled Driss. Accommodation: Camping

Day 3: Ouled Driss – Oued Naam 6-hour walk

We go first to the dunes along the Oued Draa before crossing the Ras palm N’Khel level. The landscape changes gradually. Arriving in the afternoon to Oued Naam where we set our camp. In the background, Jebel Bani. Accommodation: Camping

Day 4: Oued Naam – Oued El Attach 7-hour walk

After crossing a large reg, we continue THROUGH dunes Bougern before reaching our campsite located in the heart of dunes near Oued El Attach. Dinner around the fire in the camp under the stars. Accommodation: Camping

Day 5: Oued El Attach – Erg Chgaga 5-hour walk

We sguimos walking on a mole and changing landscape. The spirit wanders dune .Dayate Chgaga crossed him to reach Ablidya dunes where some up to 120 meters. Installing our camp at the foot of these mountains of sand. Accommodation: Camping

Day 6: Erg Chgaga – Erg Elghoul 5-hour walk

We continue to progress with our caravan in a world of sand, here and there tamarisk and some calotropis. The dunes are gradually spaced. Can we nomad camps across recognizable from afar by their brown shops made with goat hair or camel. At the end of the day we reached the sand Pink Elghoul Erg. Accommodation: Camping

Day 7: back to Marrakech or Ouarzazate transfer by 4×4

We met our 4×4, then we take the path that leads to beautiful Foum Zguid palm. Jebel Bani crossed to reach Tazenakht, fomoso for his craft … we continue to Ouarzazate where we arrived mid afternoon. Lodging: Hotel.

Day 8: return flight Free Time

Transfer to the airport 2 hours before departure.


Cancellation / Prepayment

  • English speaking guide and cook
  • Camel for luggage
  • Full board on trek + mineral water, coffee and tea
  • Ground transfers by minibuses/taxis: hotel – trek – hotel


  • Travel Insurance
  • Soft/alcoholic drinks
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Entrance fee (Monuments visits) s


  • Year round


  • 8 days/7 night


  • Easy / Difficult


  • Trek prices may vary depending of the season (High altitude treks)
  • Prices quoted are per person, based on sharing a twin room/2 person tent (unless otherwise stated) Payment: can be made in € / $ / £ or MAD

Essential Equipment & Clothing:

  • Good hiking boots or trainers and good socks
  • Water bottle or camel back (recommended)
  • Lightweight waterproof over-trousers/rain-pants
  • Headlamp)
  • 3 to 4 season sleeping bag
  • Personal First Aid Kit
  • Day sack/backpack

Available departures

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