About US

Sahara Marrakech

Hi, Mohamed's my name. I've worked as a camel guide for many years and I enjoy showing people my country's beauty; Morocco. I've been born in the desert and I know it very well, hence. You will witness the real lives of the local populace and visit remote areas of the Sahara desert, which will charm and inspire you if you want to come with me. With me you will explore its mysteries and beauty, its richness and the colors that are always evolving. May I share my insight, my expertise, my true hospitality and my vision. I like to play drums around a campfire in the evenings, hiking camel trips and share songs, jokes and riddles. I am still interested in the people I fly with learning about other cultures. I will ensure your time in Morocco is safe, glad, entertaining and unforgettable.

About desert

Living in the desert is very different from living in a city, but people still cook, travel and go to school. Most desert people eat bread, porridge, milk, cheese and food from desert plants.They cook their food on a fire outside their home. Dates grow well in deserts. Dates with cheese is tradtional Tuareg food. Today, many desert people drive SUVS, but camels are better for travelling across sand. Camels can travel more than forty kilometers in a day. They are strong animals. Desert people can use camels to carry food, tents and other things from their homes. A long time ago, only a few desert children went to school, but this is changing. In the desert in merzouga, Aborigines are building new schools. Students speak their own language, and they also learn English