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Discover the Sahara Desert with Saharies

Embark on the Adventure of a Lifetime with Morocco Desert Tours

Traveling solo, with family, as a couple, or with friends? Our Sahara Desert tours promise to enthrall everyone. Our Marrakech desert trips lead you to the heart of the Moroccan desert, satisfying your quest for an authentic and unique experience.

What to Expect

  • Breathtaking Beauty: Morocco's desert highways offer stunning panoramic views and connect numerous remote villages. You'll encounter farmers on carts and nomads on donkeys along the way.
  • Cultural Richness: Upon arrival, explore the rich cultural tapestry of the Sahara. Visit Morocco's ancient and renowned Kasbahs, and witness some of the world's most spectacular sunsets.
  • Exciting Activities: Enjoy camel rides, desert treks, sleeping under the stars, and immersing yourself in the nomadic lifestyle.

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Take advantage of desert excursions from Marrakech, Fez, or any Moroccan city! Saharies invites you to traverse all the desert trails in an extraordinary adventure.

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Outstanding Value for Money
Our family of six embarked on the 4-day journey to Erg Chegaga and were thrilled with every aspect of the tour. From the punctual schedule, service, and food, to the friendly staff, breathtaking landscapes, and the comfortable camp - everything exceeded our expectations! Saharies truly provides a fantastic experience at an excellent price.
Andrea
March 2023
Accommodations
Now that we're back from our vacation, I must express my gratitude and commend your exceptional organization of the trip from Marrakech to the desert. The quality and cleanliness of the hotel and campsite were top-notch. The night spent in the desert was indeed magical!!
Peter G
May 2023
Experience
The desert excursion was an unique and unforgettable experience, marking a clear divide between before and after. The stunning landscapes, the ancient kasbahs, and the night spent in the desert were all phenomenal. The sunset over the Erg Chebbi dunes simply left us speechless. As this was the first trip my girlfriend and I took together, we opted for the luxury tents 🙂... The campsite was incredible!
John M
Jun 2023
Transportation
The journey was wonderful, with the agency taking care of every detail in a spectacular manner. Our vehicle was modern and comfortable, complete with air conditioning - a lifesaver given the heat. Our driver-guide, Mohamed, was exceptional. He picked us up from our Riad in Marrakech with a warm smile, and ensured our long tour to the Merzouga desert was enjoyable, even going beyond his obligations. It has been an incredibly positive experience, thank you so much.
Michael A
April 2023
Service
Even though our desert tour was only two days long, we thoroughly enjoyed every moment. The agency constantly ensured our well-being, providing excellent service. I must convey my satisfaction with their attentive, professional and reliable service. While there are often reservations about booking trips online, my experience with you has been outstanding 👍👍
Mary
November 2022
Assistance
The level of care and attention from the agency before and during the trip was unparalleled. Truly, nothing was left to chance, and we were exceptionally well looked after. I can't recommend them highly enough!!!
Nick
November 2022

Answers to Your Questions

Do I need a visa to visit Morocco?

Most travelers from Europe, North America, and many other countries can enter Morocco without a visa for up to 90 days. It's advisable to check the latest requirements from the Moroccan consulate or embassy before traveling, as visa policies can change.

A visa is necessary for all visitors to Morocco, with the exception of citizens of Germany, Andorra, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Chile, Congo (Rep), Ivory Coast, Guinea, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Great Britain, Greece, Guinea (Conakry), Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Italy, Ivory Coast, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Korea (Rep), Kuwait, Libya, Liechtenstein, Mali, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Niger, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela.

What is Moroccan currency? Can I use Dollars and Euros?

The currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD). While major hotels and some shops in tourist areas may accept Euros and, to a lesser extent, U.S. Dollars, it is best to use Dirhams for everyday transactions. Currency exchange facilities are widely available. Outside of Morocco, several bureaus de change now provide Dirham. However, they tend to give bad conversion rates. In Morocco, you can obtain Dirhams at “bureau de change” counters in airports, major banks, and some hotels, as well as through ATMs, which are prevalent in major towns and cities.

ATMs typically offer the best exchange rates and accept most international credit and debit cards. However, it's important to note that ATMs can be less common in rural areas, and credit cards might be refused. Before traveling, inform your bank of your plans to use your card abroad to prevent any blocks on your card for fraud prevention. While traveler’s checks can be useful in emergencies, cashing them may be time-consuming, and they are becoming less accepted. For returning excess Dirhams, ensure you retain your currency exchange slips for the transaction.

Is Morocco a safe country?

Indeed, Morocco is a safe destination for travelers. As a visitor, it's unlikely you'll face any serious harm as only minor crimes (scams and pickpocketing) are common. Presently, Morocco is extremely secure for travelers.

How much does a trip to Morocco cost?

Travel expenses in Morocco can differ greatly depending on your choices of travel style and accommodations. Typically, a solo traveler may spend around $1,259 for a seven-day journey, a couple about $1,860, and a family of four roughly $2,640. Such a trip often covers various cities including Marrakech, Merzouga, Fes, and Chefchaouen. Accommodation costs in Morocco are quite diverse, catering to a broad range of preferences and budgets.

When should I visit the desert in Morocco?

The ideal time to visit Morocco is in spring (March to May) or fall (September to November), when mild, pleasant temperatures make daytime exploration, especially desert excursions, enjoyable. Summers can be extremely hot in the southern regions, and winter nights can get quite cold. However, regardless of the season, you'll always find regions with suitable weather.

Where should I go for the first time in Morocco?

First-time visitors shouldn't miss the highlights of Marrakech, Merzouga, Chefchaouen, and Fes. Each city offers a unique blend of history, desert adventures, cultural experiences, delicious cuisine, and stunning architecture.

Can I drink tap water in Morocco?

While tap water in Morocco is generally considered safe for local residents, We recommend that you opt for bottled water. Because your body may not be accustomed to the different mineral content and microorganisms in the water. To avoid discomfort or illness you should drink bottled water. It is widely available and ensures a safer option for those unaccustomed to the local water supply.

How to dress in Morocco as a female traveller?

Morocco is a Muslim country, so it's respectful to dress modestly. Loose-fitting clothes are both culturally appropriate and comfortable in the Moroccan climate.

Is Wifi widely available in Morocco?

Wifi is widely available in major cities and tourist areas. Many hotels, restaurants, and cafes offering this service for their clients during their stay. However, connectivity can be less reliable in rural or remote areas.

Can I bring a drone to Morocco?

The use of drones is heavily regulated in Morocco, and it's illegal to import or use drones without specific authorization from the Moroccan authorities. Violation of this law can result in fines or confiscation of the drone at the airport.

What if I have dietary restrictions when traveling in Morocco?

If you have dietary restrictions, you'll find that many Moroccan restaurants and markets can accommodate various needs. Vegetarian and vegan versions of famous Moroccan dishes like couscous, tagines, and salads are widely available. Gluten-free diners should inquire carefully about ingredients, as wheat is often used. It's helpful to carry a card in French or Arabic explaining your specific dietary needs to ensure clear communication. Larger cities and tourist areas usually offer more diverse food options, but in rural regions, it may be best to enquire before hands.

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