Rating in Morocco
$ 670

Edge of the Sahara Trek

Trekking  +  walking
Trekking + walking
min $ 670
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Marrakesh, Sahara
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 670
Duration: 8 days
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The magnificent Sahara with its Lawrence of Arabia desert beauty, offers an unforgettable Moroccan region which is perfect for a very unique trekking holiday. Home to snaking wadis, dramatic plateaus, tamarisk bushes, acacia trees, hidden villages and beautiful sweeping dunes, the Sahara Desert offers that rare off the beaten track adventure. After experiencing a traditional Berber camp you’ll follow remote walking trails taking you deep into the heart of the desert. Here you’ll be immersed in a rich variety of colourful landscapes from dramatic wadis to magnificent dunes complete with sweeping crests. At night you’ll sleep under star-filled Saharan skies, whilst each morning you’ll wake to a rich red Saharan sunrise. From the Draa River up to the great dunes of Zahar, this is a very special trekking holiday through an enchanting landscape. The holiday finishes in Marrakech, Morocco's most magical city.
Walk through the greatest desert on earth and sleep under Saharan skies
Wander through magical Marrakech and camp amongst magnificent dunes
Witness beautiful sunsets after hiking through dramatic wadis and acacia trees
Stay at a traditional Berber camp and experience breath-taking scenery
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of KE Adventure Travel
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