If you stay in Erfoud take a trip to Erg Chebbi. If you have a rent a car, you can drive till small village of Hassi Labied before Merzouga, stay there for 2 nights and explore this beautiful dunes. Try good food by Berbers and enjoy the nature!
I was with an Intrepid group and this was included, so I don't know the name of the outfit that set us up with camels and tents. It was very well managed, though. We left our luggage in our van at the small inn and mounted our camels around 5 p.m. Then we rode for about 90 minutes into the... 更多
What a beautiful, peaceful place to visit. The night sky was astonishing, could see so many constellations. Sunrise over the dunes was so beautiful. This is a not to be missed location.
While Erg Chebbi is undoubtedly beautiful, the patch of sand here is relatively small, and there's hardly a dune not covered in footprints or 4WD tracks. Still, it is of course a lovely experience - especially if you do find a dune of your own for sunset.
My youngest daughter being 15 now doesn't remember we took her to see the desert around th epyrmids in Egypt when she was 2. Looking for a holiday with X-mas to escape all the hassle coming with it we decided to visit the Berber country MOrocoo for the first time, mainly because ''daughter wanted to ride a camel in de... 更多
The Erg Chebbi is one of the main dunes of Merzouga. It is a fantastic high dune that makes one feel climbing a steep hill. The reddish colour of the sand is typical of the area. I stayed in one of the camps. It was a nice experience to mix with the locals and eat their superb cooking.
Beautiful and very fine. I was impressed to visit the orange sand desert. The dunes are big and on clear days you can see stars, beautiful sunrise and sunset. Would go again but this time in summer. I went during winter (Dec 2015), it was very cold at night.
One's experience and memory of Erg Chebbi -- a large pond of sand in an otherwise stony desert -- depends on the season. Being there in late November/December meant that the sand underfoot was always cool, even cold at night. It isn't the stereotype of a desert. The best way to walk the dunes is to go barefoot -- the... 更多
My brother and I have just come back from the camel trekking tour with Said from Moroccocountrysidetours, and it was FANTASTIC. I highly recommend it. It takes in all the places you mention. He picked us up from our Riad in Marrakech in a 4 wheel drive. Youssef travelled in our 4 wheel drive and was great at answering all... 更多
We had such amazing trip through the spots of Morocco. Erg Chebbi in Merzouga is one of them. the beautiful sceneries took us back to past when the man was living such a nomadic lifestyle and using the comels as their means of transport. we had great pictures and funny time with our camelman and the guide. We will definitely... 更多