The Sahara is one of the last sanctuaries of the world, a place that we do not seek to conquer, but which we must adapt. The peace and calmness of the desert evoke a need to share and a feeling of oneness.
This atmosphere has led the Sahrawi to develop a culture of sharing their natural resources freely with others.
The Sahrawi developed their nomadic culture which in turn has made trekking part and parcel of their lives. Camel trips are a product of this rich culture. It is this culture that we propose to you , to discover the daily life of nomadic Moors of southern Morocco.
Day 1 : M’HAMID / OUED NAÂM
Departure from M’HAMID, for Wadi Naam, and settle at Bivouac for an overnight stay.
Day 2 : OUED NAÂM / BOUGARN
First day of full immersion in the desert to BOUGARN, a spectacular place characterized by its varied landscapes.
Day 3 : BOUGARN / ERG ZAHAR
The major ERG ZAHAR dunes, dunes roaring ahead to form the beautiful panorama before us.
Day 4 : ERG ZAHAR / SIDI NAJI
On this day we set out to find out the secrets of this region and the camp will move near the tomb of Sidi Naji. It is a place of pilgrimage for the nomads as Sidi Naji is the founder of the Nouajis tribe. Then we move on to Bivouac which is near small rocky gorges, a sight to behold.
Day 5 : Back to M’Hamid