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It is the dessert the sand dunes of writers poets and the best actors surviving the dessert overcoming lack of water and dust storms. So neat to climb a dune with the sand sliding under your feet. The sands cool after the sun goes down...More
I could not believe how beautiful sand dunes could be! We took a camel ride and stayed in a berber tent for the night. These dunes are stunning, a photographers delight. Try to photograph the shadows of the camels on the dunes! The windswept dunes...More
Wheras the dunes itself are overwhelming, the spectaclar colors when the sun sets (or rises) are absolutely gorgious, colors, shades, and shapes change every minute. Best to discover on the back of an camel
We took the 3-day tour, started from Marrakech. There were many stops along the journey including overnight at a highland area. The scenery of Atlas Mountain was fantastic. The dune experience itself happened in the last day - from 5 pm to the following morning....More
The dunes can be reached by car. Park the car walk a bit or try a ride on a dromedar. The colors of the dunes are wonderful and unique. Start early in the morning for the best light for photos.
Merzouga dunes in the Erg Chebbi area of Morrocco are so beautiful. It was even more beautiful and turned into a wonderful trip because of the stops we made on the way. We stayed in the desert tents and enjoyed one night under the stars....More
We took a camel caravan from Hotel Yasmina with Sahatours out to Desert camp Amatvar. Around an hour long trek to get there with fantastic views of these dunes at the edge of the Sahara in the Erg Chebbi. The camp itself was great, with...More
Been there between 29th of April and 1st of May. Did 2 camel rides amid the Merzouga Dunes, 1.5 hours each, one at the sunset and one just after the sunrise. Spent the night in a bivouac (tent) between the Dunes. The rides trough the...More