General

6 days hike between the dunes of Chegaga

In addition, in the great south of Morocco, there are two large dunes. A sea of ​​sands where life seems to lose its breath and the notion of time. 6 days hiking between the dunes of ch’gagaet, Bougarnes , tamaris along Oued Naam, plateaus and desert mountains, we can easily cross the nomads and their herds of goats and camels.

 

Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech, transfer and accommodation at the hotel.

Day 2: Early morning departure to cross the atlas through the Tichka pass at 2260 m. Then, through

Ouarzazate, we will go through the palm grove of Draa through Agdaz, Zagoura, Tagounite … Arrival to the palm grove of Oulad Driss. Night in a camp under Berber tents.
Day 3: Meeting with our team of camels and beginning of our walk through the first dunes to Oued Naam, picnic under the tamarisks. Then, one last dune bath to reach the well of Oued Naam. Bivouac 6 hours of walking

Day 4: We leave the dunes for a desert plateau between the dunes of Jbel Bani and Erg Bougarn. Bivouac

in the Oued Laatach oasis: thirst valley. 5 to 6 hours of walking.

Day 5: Between the dunes and the plateau

always with a view of the mountain and the great dunes of

CH’gaga, where we sail after 6 hours of walking. Ascent of the great dunes for the bravest.

Day 6: In a sea of ​​dunes, we appreciate for one last day the beautiful golden color of the sand. Day of the

dune that takes us to Erg Laghoul: the dune of the beast. Bivouac 5 to 6 hours of walking.

Day 7: Back in 4/4 through the town of Zaouit Sidi Abdennabi

then the great dry lake of Iriki in a Hollywood setting. Through the city of Foum Zguite, we take the road to Marrakech. Night at the hotel.

Day 8: transfer to the airport

Ideal period: October – end of April

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What's included

  • Private English Speaking driver throughout your Journey.
  • Accommodation depending on the  tour .
  • All Meals during your trek.
  • Sightseeing by English, Frensh, Spanish or German Speaking guide as per itinerary.
  • Entrance fees to the monuments & Museums.

What's not included

  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Airfare travel