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Sahara desert travel is an agency specialized in trekking trips. We offer highlighted walking trips and contact with the local population. We are also interested in eco-tourism and responsible tourism. Trips are organized from few days to real expedition, trekking of 1 to 15 days.
Our tours are organized in a spirit of encounter and friendship with the local people. You live every day with our team which put its local knowledge, traditions and culture into your disposition. Come with us and discover the mysterious world of desert and oasis. If you love nature, you are an individualist, you will appreciate the variety of landscapes in a pleasant climate with light and colors. The murmur of water, the freshness of the charmed oasis in the desert, to relax and rest.
M'hamid is village in the heart of the desert it is also the starting point of caravans toward the Sahara. Here is also where the customs that we have not forgotten are lived intensely.
M'hamid is famous for its camel market, where it also sold leather goods and Berber jewelry. It was in this village Mouloud was born and grew up. We offer you the opportunity to experience the desert with a caravan of camels.
Do not miss to discover this mysterious world! Sahara desert travel care of everything and try to make your trip unforgettable. You can join a group or organize your own group, Sahara Desert Travel takes care of everything concerning the organization and supervision on site.
The norwegian part of this agenency comes from a native people called Sami people. I am born in Northern Norway in native conditions, lived near the nature. This agenency is cooperation between two cultures with a native background. In hope to show two different native cultures, with nomadic background, the similarities and the differences, we made this agency more exciting.
Address: centre Mhamid province Zagora
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