Camel Rides

Some people love ‘riding’ camels, others prefer to walk. You can have a camel ride for 30 minutes, or 5 hours. It’s up to you. Whatever your preference, we can prepare a picnic lunch (to wile away some relaxing hours under a tree adjacent to the dunes).

Quad Biking

can be done 6 km from the camp. The cost is 60 euro per person for 1 hour or 105 euro per person for 2 hours. The quads are all new and safety helmets are provided. We don’t do the quad biking from the camp as we like to preserve the tranquillity of the camp.

Sandboarding

This is a particularly strenuous activity involving walking up a sand dune for 15 minutes and sliding down for 30 seconds. It’s akin to snowboarding, without the lifts. It’s huge fun.

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Merzouga Camp

Merzouga Camp offers tours,berber tents in the Sahara Desert of Erg Chebbi. To access the camp, a 1-hour camel ride is included the price. All the tents feature views of the desert. Guests have access to a shared bathroom. Every morning, guests can enjoy a Moroccan breakfast at the camp or in the traditional family house

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Sunset & Sunrise

Merzouga Camp offers camel trip in the Sahara Desert at Erg chebbi. You will trek on a camel for a 1/2-hour onto the dunes to watch the sunrise. Climb to the top of a dune and see the amazing view of the sun rising up over the Algerian border. Experience the calm and silence of the desert.

Tours From

Marrakech

With our trips from Marrakesh, we escort you to the Rose valley, the Dadès gorges, the Atlas mountains, the Draa valley, the atlantic coast or the desert… You choose how many days… If you want, we’ll take care of you from the airport and we’ll book for you the hotel or the riad where we’ll come pick you up on the morning of the departure…

Tours From

Fes

With our trips from Fes, we escort you to the Rose valley, the Dadès gorges, the Atlas mountains, the Draa valley, the atlantic coast or the desert… You choose how many days… If you want, we’ll take care of you from the airport and we’ll book for you the hotel or the riad where we’ll come pick you up on the morning of the departure…

Tours From

Casablanca

With our trips from Casablanca, we escort you to the Rose valley, the Dadès gorges, the Atlas mountains, the Draa valley, the atlantic coast or the desert… You choose how many days… If you want, we’ll take care of you from the airport and we’ll book for you the hotel or the riad where we’ll come pick you up on the morning of the departure…

Reviews from our Community

We had such a good time, Mohammed was a great host. We spent one night in his guesthouse and were allowed to sleep on the roof and the other night, he organised a trip to the Camp in the dunes by camels which was an awesome experience. It was clean everywhere and he also brought us some medicin with breakfast as I was a bit sick. Very caring and breakfast was excellent, too. He's the perfect host!

Pia - traveler

We spent a superb time at the camp. Sunset in the desert is a really unique experience, as well as watching the Milky Way at night. The trip was well organized, the food was really good and the staff was very professional. Mohammed was a great and hospitable host, I totally recommend spending some time with him.

Daniel Krakow - traveler

We were amazed with the tour. We had three kids. 9, 8 as well as our 9 month old. Everyone loved it. The food was amazing and the hosts were very friendly. The tent accommodation in the dunes was better than some of the hotels we stayed at in Morocco. The sunrise will not soon be forgotten.

Ken - traveler

We stayed one night with Mohammed in Hassi Labied and another night in the Merzouga camp in the desert he organized for us. We arrived to the village around 19h, after a very long drive from Fès. Mohammed warmly received us and let us park the car in his garage. He then showed us to the room and gave us a little bit of privacy to settle down and accommodate ourselves. About 20-30 minutes later he picked us up and took us to his berber family house, where her sister had prepared a delicious couscous and tuna pizza, which we all shared along with the "berber whiskey". The next day we had a very nice and complete breakfast, including toasts, omelette, honey and marmalade, pastries, orange juice, tea and coffee. We then went for a walk around the village and hiked a little bit into the desert and the gardens in front of it.

Blai - traveler