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Morocco 3 days trip Errachidia to Merzouga



Your Morocco 3 days trip Errachidia to Merzouga will allow you to explore the Merzouga desert and spend plenty of time in the Erg Chebbi dunes.

During your 3 day tour from Errachidia to Merzouga, you will see all of the interesting sites in the Merzouga area, such as Berber nomad families, oasis, fossil mines, and Berber villages.

Camel trekking to see one of the best sunsets ever and spend a magical night at the desert camp where you will be greeted with a glass of mint tea, have a delicious dinner, listen to Berber drumming music, and enjoy the starry sky before retiring to your nomadic tented camp.


DAY 1 :
Errachidia - Ziz Valley – Erfoud – Camel trek and Night at Merzouga desert camp { 130 km } 2 Hours

On the first day of Morocco 3 days trip Errachidia to Merzouga, your driver will pick you up at 9:00 a.m. from your hotel in Errachidia and begin your 3 day trip Errachidia to Merzouga, with a stop for a panoramic view of Ziz Valley, Morocco’s second-longest and one of the most beautiful valleys.

The road continues our 3 days trip Errachidia to Merzouga, passing through Aoufous and Erfoud, a town known for its fossils and which hosts a yearly festival if you want to visit a local fossil craft workshop. Following that, you will travel to the captivating dunes of Erg Chebbi, also known as Merzouga Dunes.

Arrive at the hotel and prepare for an hour and a half camel trek to enjoy the sunset, try sandboarding if that’s an activity you’re interested in, take photos, and enjoy the views… After the sunset, your camel ride will take you to the desert camp, where you will be greeted with a glass of mint tea, a delicious dinner, listen to Berber drumming music, gaze at a sky full of bright stars, and spend the night.

DAY 2 :
Full Day In Sahara Desert

In the following day of Errachidia to Merzouga desert tour 3 days, and After breakfast at your desert camp, we’ll begin our Merzouga 4×4 excursion to explore different and interesting sites around Erg Chebbi dunes. We’ll visit Hassi Labied oasis to see its irrigation canal and land agriculture, and then we’ll head south to the seasonal Sriji lake (if it has water).

We will go to listen to the Gnawa music of the dark skinned people who were brought to Morocco as slaves over a hundred years ago, we’ll continue to Khamlia village… After that, we’ll go to the M’ifis mines. Aside from tourism, the Merzouga desert is well-known for its minerals and fossils.

We’ll have a glass of mint tea with a nomad Berber family who is still living in their tent in the middle of the Sahara.

We’ll stop at various panoramic viewpoints to take pictures and enjoy the scenery… After lunch at a local restaurant, we’ll return to the Hotel or Riad and end of  the second of our Morocco 3 days trip Errachidia to Merzouga.

DAY 3:
Erg Chebbi Dunes – Back to Errachidia { 130 km } 2 Hours

The last day of this Morocco 3 days trip Errachidia to Merzouga will begin with a fresh breakfast in your desert camp, followed by a camel trek back to Merzouga town. We will then begin our exploratory day of Merzouga desert, driving through the sand dunes in a 4×4 vehicle. We will also have the opportunity to visit a nomadic family near the Moroccan-Algerian border before heading to the village of dark-skinned people, originally slaves from Sudan, to listen to Gnaoua music and experience their way of life.

After your luch we will drive directly to Errachidia, we will arrive in the evening and drop you off at the airport or your hotel. And here our amazing Morocco 3 days Trip Errachidia to Merzouga comes to the end.





Please read the following points before booking this Errachidia desert tour 3 days:

  • When you book, you will receive confirmation.
  • There are no shopping malls or tourist traps.
  • There are no hidden fees.
  • All year, our Morocco 3 days trip Errachidia to Merzouga are available on any day of the week.
  • Avoid the hassle and book your 3 days desert tour from Errachidia with us in advance to get the best guaranteed prices and stay at the best accommodations we work with.
  • The desert camps we work with have beds, mattresses, and enough blankets to keep you warm during the winter months, so a sleeping bag is not required.
  • The above-mentioned driving times do not account for sightseeing, photo stops, lunch, cafe visits, etc.