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TEA WITH THE TOUAREGS

November 11th, 2012

Reve Au Sahara, M'Hamid MoroccoWhat better to escape the winter, the cold humidity and a hectic life than venturing into the deep Sahara of Morocco? Spend some unforgettable evenings with the Touareg nomads, also known as “les hommes bleus” and be surrounding by nothing else than the endless dunes of this grand desert.
The adventure begins with a flash helicopter flight from Marrakech that will take you in no time into the heart of the Sahara. Les Hommes Blues with their indigo blue head scarfs are waiting for you in a deluxe mobile village. Camels, goats and sheep, and the typical Moroccan nomadic tents, owned by the chief and his family, included. No need to sleep with the camels this time because your accommodation is a beautiful, well-appointed tent with own shower, toilet and comfy bed.
When night falls, guests are invited into an impressive Touareg tent to have an authentic Moroccan dinner. Lots of candle light, lots of charm and ambiance because the Touareg like to end meals with music and dance around the campfire.
Don’t party too hard because the best time in the Sahara is early morning when the sun peeps up behind the sand dunes.
Solitude never felt so good.

HOW TO GO? From approximately 540 euro for 2 persons per night. Including dinner, all drinks and aperitifs, and breakfast. Want the camp completely for yourself ? Two nights in the desert, with helicopter flight from Marrakech and all meals, drinks and entertainment costs around 15,000 EUR. (camp without helicopter starts at 7000 EUR for 2 nights)

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  • Emily Tankersley

    This looks absolutely remarkable. What an experience.

  • http://www.richtraveler.com/ Wade Goodwin

    Breathtaking photos!! Truly inspiring!!

  • Kasey Jacobs

    I’m reading a Freya Stark book and these photos are exactly what I’ve been imagining in my head but didn’t think could possibly be accurate. Incredible!

  • Please Yourself Travel

    Amazing Morocco such variety and cultural integrity…..but riding a camel in the Sahara no thanks!!

  • rhiannon

    omg i love your blog!!!!!

  • ddevleeschauwer

    Thanks so much, Rhiannon.

  • jackienavidad .

    I went camelback riding in Maroc back in June and might I say it had to be one of the most uncomfortable (painful the next day) things ever!


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