TOP MARRAKECH TOURS COMPANY organizes camel treks for private travelers and small groups – six to twelve people – through MOROCCAN’S DESERT TOURS FROM MARRAKECH, far away from the bustling tourist attractions.
So there you stand, in the serene peace and eternity of the landscape around you, giving the word “desert” another meaning for the rest of your life. Space and time no longer exist, nor your traveling companions, who have set up camp some distance away. Suddenly, you are one with the earth, in perfect balance with yourself. A feeling so intense and pure that no travel guide can describe it.
The MARRAKECH DESERT TOURS are meant for everyone, but each has his own motives. The travelers all have their own motivations: people looking for adventure, nature, culture, inspiration, inner peace or spirituality, as well as people suffering from burn-out or business people who have lost themselves in the maelstrom of their daily lives. It is just that varied spectrum of the group that gives rise to unusual experiences. The desert trips can have a therapeutic effect on people, but the group themselves indicate what their preferences are. There is no such thing as a fixed schedule per day.
And if you want to walk some miles for a change, no problem. Or take a ride in the 4WD through the Sahara dunes in Merzouga or Zagora. Anyone who wants to be alone is given as much space as he or she needs, as are those who want to dance and make music with the Bedouin around the campfire. These guides make sure that you lack for nothing. During the journey the Bedouin prepare delicious meals over the fire with ingredients freshly brought in every day, accompanied by delicious bread they bake themselves.
At least as unusual as the landscape is the process of change that travelers go through. Literally and figuratively, you can see people who were rather hesitant at the beginning about the apparently primitive conditions cast their diffidence aside and become one with their surroundings. To sleep under a starry sky? Exactly. No fixed times for eating and sleeping? Eat when you’re hungry, sleep when you’re tired. In MOROCCAN SAHARA the sensation of feeling the wind and the sun drying your body and hair soon becomes a wonderful and natural experience.