Our traditional, earthen family house has been restored and equipped in consideration of the natural environment that surrounds it.

Here at the gateway to the desert, in the heart of the palm tree grove, charm meets tradition and comfort.

Solar panels heat the water and light the interior and exterior of the house.

The well provides you with the comforts of home (showers, toilets), which you can use during your stay at the B&B, either upon your departure or return from the desert.

We prepare homemade meals on site, using our personal farm products as much as possible. The evenings are soothing and musical, spent round the fire with nomadic singers and musicians.

From the ornamental garden and particularly from the roof terrace, you can contemplate the majestically starry desert sky.

At the B&B, per day and per person

One night at the B&B
Half-board (dinner and breakfast)

In a nomad tent20 euros
In the B&B25 euros

Stays at the B&B with full board (all meals) with desert day hikes on foot or accompanied by camel

In a nomad tent40 euros
In the B&B45 euros

Host groups for training sessions and workshops
Full board (all meals)

At the B&B in nomad tents30 euros
In rooms at the B&B35 euros
In the desert, in a fixed encampment45 euros
Add-on an exploration day25 euros

Hiking in the desert, per day/per person

Hikes: two to eight days or more, on foot accompanied by camels, in nomad tents

Fixed price45 euros

4×4 Trek (one day and one night) in nomad tents

2 people105 euros
3 people100 euros
4 people90 euros
5 people80 euros
6 people75 euros

4×4 Trek (three days and two nights) in nomad tents

2 people340 euros
3 people320 euros
4 people300 euros
5 people280 euros
6 people260 euros

Combined hike and trek (4×4 and with camels), three days and four nights

2 people200 euros
3 people175 euros
4 people160 euros
5 people155 euros
6 people150 euros

1/2 price for children 4-10 years old. Free for children under 4.

These prices include:
• Food: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks
• Camel rental: to carry your baggage and camping material
• 4×4 rental (only applies for 4×4 treks and tours)
• Guides and camel drivers
• Tent rental and setting up of camps

These prices do not include:
• Vehicle rental outside of our tour offers
• Bottled water (we strongly recommend that you buy it when you leave M’Hamid)
• Personal purchases and tips

We can organize and manage:
• Your transfer to M’Hamid (with a chauffeur)— pricing depends on where you are coming from, just ask us for a quote.

We can provide advice regarding:
• What to do and see in Morocco (outside of the desert). We’re happy to put our experience and knowledge of the country at your service.

We do not manage:
• The organization of the round trip between your country of origin and Morocco.

Promotions on stays in our B§B during the winter holidays 2020 from february 8 to march 9

the week starting at 300 euros per personn. All inclusive. Contact us for any information.

 

For an unforgettable end-of-the-year celebration in the open desert
Christmas 2020 & New Year’s 2020 – 2021 Starting at 250€ per person. All inclusive.

2 days and 2 nights, full board

Starting at 250 euros per person

-2 people : 290 euros
-3 people : 280 euros
-4 people : 270 euros
-5 people : 260 euros
-6 people : 250 euros

December 23rd

After a meal at our B&B La Palmeraie, leave at 2pm for Chegaga (2 hours) with a stop at the Sacred Oasis.

Climb up the Great Dune (30 minute hike) to watch the sun set over the sea of sand

Return for nomad tea tasting, meal and soirée, then spend a night in a nomad tent

December 24th

Breakfast followed by a walk in the dunes with camels (possibility to ride a camel if you wish)

Lunch under the tamarisk trees

Rest time and tea before returning to the camp to prepare for Christmas Eve
Christmas Eve in the big tent restaurant with traditional soup, méchoui, couscous, seasonal fruits, pastries, wine and tea.

The musicians, dancers and traditional singers invite you to join them outside around the fire until the early hours.

December 25th

Sunrise breakfast over the sand dunes

Return to La Palmeraie for lunch

2 days and 2 nights, full board

Starting at 250 euros per person

-2 people : 290 euros
-3 people : 280 euros
-4 people : 270 euros
-5 people : 260 euros
-6 people : 250 euros

December 30th

After a meal at our B&B La Palmeraie, leave at 2pm for Chegaga (2 hours) with a stop at the Sacred Oasis.

Climb up the Great Dune (30 minute hike) to watch the sunset over the sea of sand

Return for nomad tea tasting, meal and soirée, then spend a night in a nod tent

December 31th

Breakfast then walk in the dunes with camels (possibility to ride a camel if you wish)

Lunch under the tamarisk trees

Rest time and tea before returning to the camp to prepare for New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve in the big tent restaurant with traditional soup, méchoui, couscous, seasonal fruits, pastries, wine and tea.

The musicians, danders and traditional singers invite you to join them outside around the fire until the early hours…

January 1st

Sunrise breakfast over the sand dunes

Return to La Palmeraie for lunch

Pricing

per person

– per day of hike,
with all meals : 45 euros

– First and last night at the B&B with partial board :
– in a nomad tent : 20 euros
– in the B&B : 25 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old
Free for children under 4

Upon your arrival at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Tour itinerary

Day one :
Breakfast at La Palmeraie house
Leave for the tomb of Sidi Naji, where we will set up camp for the first night

Day two :
Hike in two parts to Boughabra
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Continue hike to Boughabra
Camp at Boughabra

Day three :
Leave for the wadi N’Am
Return to the B&B for dinner and a musical soirée, spend a last night.
After breakfast the following morning, return to M’Hamid.

Non-exhaustive list, for informative purposes only.
Show this list of medications to your healthcare provider, as only he or she can advise you according to your state of health, possible allergies, and any potential harmful interactions with any medication you may be on.

• Caution :

If you have any allergies and have an injectable treatment kit (such as Epi-pens, adrenaline or corticosteroids), remember to bring it along with your prescription for it.

The dosages indicated here are average doses for adults from 60-70kg (132-154 pounds)

• Material and products :

Scissors and a single-use scalpel
Tweezers
20-30 Sterile compresses (30x30cm)
Velpeau type (adhesive wrap) bandages
Adhesive bandages (Urgo type)
2nd Skin type bandages (for blisters on feet)
Saline solution (10 single doses)
Dermal Betadine antiseptic solution: 10 single doses, or one vial (for wound disinfection)
Hexomemide solution: 10/OOO, 1 vial (wet dressing for deep wounds)
Biafine cream, one tube (for skin irritation and sunburns)
Urgoband sports tape (12cm) for compression in case of sports injury
Micropur for water disinfection: box of 100 tablets (1cp for 1 liter)

• Medication :

Antibiotics:
Amoxicillin, Clamoxyl: 1gram, 3x per day for infections (ENT, lungs, infected
wounds)
Antibacterial treatment for intestinal illnesses:
Ercefuryl: 200 mg, 4x per day (to treat infectious diarrhea)

Diarrhea treatment:
Imodium: 1-4 capsules per day (to treat diarrhea from any cause)

Pain relief:
Paracetamol: 500 mg-1g, 3 times per day (non-spasmodic pain)
Visceralgine: 2cp, 3 times per day (for spasmodic and muscular pain)

Anti-inflammatory:
Voltarin cream: 50 mg, 3 times/day (joint or muscle pain)

Eye treatment:
Sterymicin: 4 single doses per day for eye infections

Eye relief:
Uveline: 2 drops, 6-10 times per day in case of ophthalmia or sunburn of the eyes

Cortisone cream:
Diprosone or Dermoval in case of insect bites or itchy skin

Pricing

Prices include an evening at the B&B, the trek with all meals and rental of a 4 x 4

– 2 pers. : 200 euros / pers.
– 3 pers. : 175 euros / pers.
– 4 pers. : 160 euros / pers.
– 5 pers. : 155 euros / pers.
– 6 pers. : 150 euros / pers.

Don’t hesitate to contact us regarding any other requests

Upon your arrival at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Tour program

Day one :
After breakfast, leave on foot with the camels towards Zadar, the Screaming Dune
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Continue the trek towards Zahar
Set up camp, nomad tea tasting
Walk in the dunes
First night of camping

Day two :
After breakfast, leave on foot with the camels
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Continue in 4x4s across the dunes towards Zahar
Hike up the Great Dune (30 minutes on foot) for incredible views
See the stunning sunset across the sea of sand
Return to the camp for dinner and musical soirée, spend a second night camping

Day three :
Departure for Chegaga in 4×4 after breakfast
Break at the Sacred Spring Oasis
Like the previous day, our goal will be to climb up the highest dune for an unforgettable panoramic view and sunset.
Return to the camp for dinner and a musical soirée, spend a last night.
Leave for the B&B in late morning, arrive for lunch
Return to M’Hamid

Promotions on stays in our B§B

Winter holidays 2020

from february 8 to march 9

the week starting at 300 euros. All inclusive.

******

For an unforgettable year-end celebration
in the open desert

Christmas 2020
New Year’s 2020 – 2021

starting at 250 euros

Pricing

with full board, per day and per person :

At the B&B
in nomad tents : 30 euros
in rooms : 35 euros

In the desert
in a fixed encampment : 45 euros

Add-on an exploration day : 25 euros

First day itinerary

Arrive at M’Hamid.

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4.

Nomad tea tasting.

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents.

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Second day itinerary

You carry out your planned activities as you wish.

A large tent will be at your disposal for your activities.

Throughout the day, we will be there to take care of all of your needs: meals, snacks, evening soirée round the fire, etc.

Pendant votre séjour

We can organize “relaxation days”,
with desert excursions by foot,
on camel or 4X4,
site-seeing,
etc.

These days can also be organized in a permanent desert encampment. The same service as at the
B&B is available, including the showers!

Pricing

per person

– per day of hike,

with all meals : 45 euros

– First and last night at the B&B with partial board :
– in a nomad tent : 20 euros
– in the B&B : 25 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old
Free for children under 4

Upon your arrival at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Tour itinerary

Day one :
Breakfast at the B&B, leave for Mouzmou
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Walk to the wadi (gulley) N’Am to set up evening camp

Day two :
Have breakfast, then leave for L’Bour
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Return to the B&B for dinner and a musical soirée, spend a last night
After breakfast the following morning, return to M’Hamid.

Pricing

per day, per person, full room and board (all meals) plus hike :

– in a tent : 40 euros
– in the B&B : 45 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old.
Free for children under 4.

Day one

Arrive at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, accompanied by camel or 4×4.

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée round the fire

The next day:
After breakfast, return to M’Hamid on foot or by 4×4.

A partir du 2ème jour

Breakfast
Walk in the desert
Lunch and rest time under the tamarisk trees

Walk in the desert
Return to the B&B for tea
Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Equipment (kitchen equipment, food, water, etc.) is transported by camel.
We prepare and serve all of your meals.

Pour un ou plusieurs jours à la suite

Every day, a new hike in the desert near the B&B is offered.

Upon your return in the evening, you will find your belongings stored safely in your tent or room.

A member of our team stays on site to watch over them.

The bonus: A refreshing shower!

Pricing

Including the trek with all meals, rental of 4x4 and a camel ride

– 2 pers. : 105 euros
– 3 pers. : 100 euros
– 4 pers. : 90 euros
– 5 pers. : 80 euros
– 6 pers. : 75 euros

Don’t hesitate to contact us regarding any other requests

Itinerary

Leave A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) for Chegaga in the beginning of the afternoon for a two hour
trip across the dunes.

Break at the sacred spring oasis

Nomad tea tasting

Set up camp

Hike up the great dune (30 minutes on foot) for incredible views

See the stunning sunset across the sea of sand

Camel ride offered

Return to the camp for dinner and the musical soirée, spend the night.

The next day

After breakfast, we’ll return to the B&B by another route for a new experience.

Arrive at A’nkhal in mid-morning and return to M’Hamid.

Pricing

per person

– per day of hike,
with all meals :
– 45 euros

– first and last night at the B&B with partial board :
– in a nomad tent : 20 euros
– in the B&B : 25 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old
Free for children under 4

Upon your arrival at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Tour Itinerary

Day one:
Breakfast at La Palmeraie house
Leave for the tomb of Sidi Naji where we will set up camp for the first night
Day two:
Leave for the Screaming Dune of Zahar
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Walk to the Zahar erg (dune field) to camp for the night
Day three:
Leave for Bosnina
Breakfast and rest under the tamarisk trees
Arrive in Bosnina and camp for the night
Day 4:
Leave for Ras Nkhal
Return to the B&B La Palmeraie in the afternoon
Arrive for a final nomad soirée and spend a last night at the B&B
Return to M’Hamid the following morning after breakfast

Pricing

per person

– per day of hike,
with all meals :
– 45 euros

– first and last night at the B&B with partial board :
– in a nomad tent : 20 euros
– in the B&B : 25 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old.
Free for children under 4.

Upon your arrival at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Tour Itinerary

Day one:
Leave for the tomb of Sidi Naji where we will set up camp for a first night.
Day two :
Leave for Bousnina and visit the ancient tomb site of the nomads
Rest under the tamarisk trees
Walk to the Screaming Dune of Zahar for a night of camping
Day three :
Leave in the direction of the Zahar erg (dune field)
Pass by Aït Onabgui
After lunch, leave for the erg at Sedrat
Day four :
Leave for the Sacred Oasis
Have lunch at the Sacred Spring
Visit a fossil-rich site
Day five :
Leave for Oum Lâalag
Lunch near the wells of the El Atach gulley
Leave for Bougarne for a night of camping
Day six :
Leave in the direction of Kriaat Jmel (“the camel’s hoof”)
Reach L’Bour and camp for the night
Day seven :
Leave for the palm grove at Ras A’nkhal for a final nomad soirée and night at the B&B
After breakfast the following morning, return to M’Hamid

• During your trip :

The best seasons to discover southern Morocco are undoubtedly in the spring and autumn.
Temperatures are lower, but beware, the nights are very cool.
Do not forget to pack warm clothes for the evenings around the fire!
Summer is scorching: the thermometer can climb to 50 ° C (122+ °F), and the eastern wind lifts the sand and dries everything in its path.
The months of December, January, and February may be rainy, but the desert is strikingly beautiful after the rain when it blooms and turns green!

• Jet lag :

The time in Morocco is in GMT, and daylight saving time is permanently observed
For example, summer time is 2 hours off with France and 1 hour in winter.
When it is 12 pm in France, it is 10 am in the summer and 11 am in the winter.

• Don’t forget to pack !

-> Two bags (a backpack for hiking and one to leave some of your things on the farm)
-> A good sleeping bag for the cool nights
-> Good walking shoes
-> Spare shoes for down-time
-> Warm clothes for the evening and the night
-> A headdress to protect you from the sun- “chèche” to buy on site
-> Sun protection (suncream and sunglasses)
-> Moist towelettes to stay clean in the desert
-> A flashlight
-> A Swiss army knife
-> A camera
-> The Routard Guide (a must-have!)
-> The Michelin Map Morocco No. 959
-> Your passport
-> Your national and international driving license if necessary

-> First aid pharmacy kit (Click here for details)

• Merchandise

Be careful with Moroccan “chocolate”!
Cannabis is primarily produced in the northern region, but possession is illegal and can bring serious problems. The general rule, as in other Maghreb countries, is 1 gram = 1 year in prison. This law is strictly enforced!

• Sharp objects

Remember to place scissors, knives, razors, nail clippers, etc. into your checked baggage. This will save you a lot of trouble during airport security checks.

• Medecine and Pharmacies

French doctors have settled in Morocco and many Moroccan doctors did their studies in France. So not to worry— treatment is available if necessary, in quality conditions.

In M’Hamid, there is a clinic with a doctor and a nurse

They carry anti-venoms in the event of viper bites or scorpion stings. Moroccan pharmacies are generally very well equipped and are found in all cities.
However, if you take any treatment for a medical condition, remember to bring your medication with you, as well as the prescription in the event of a customs inspection.

• Formalities :

Tourists are very well received in Morocco. However, be careful to remain in good standing with the authorities and to behave respectfully.
A visa is not required for EU nationals, but a passport is mandatory. It must be valid and must not expire within three months of the date of your entry into the country.
The duration of your stay is limited to three months, and is renewable once a year.

• Currencies :

Morocco’s currency is the Dirham (DH).
11 DH equals approximately 1€.

Exchange can either be done in your country of origin (but is generally disadvantageous), or when arriving at the airport or in a currency exchange bureau, which are quite common in large cities.
Banks are closed on Sundays and often as early as Saturday at noon.

Take note that on Fridays (the holy prayer day), banks may closer earlier and their hours will vary during the period of Ramadan.

You can also withdraw Dirhams directly from an ATM with your credit card, but be aware of the withdrawal limits abroad as set by your bank.

• Sanitary advice :

The climate of Morocco is quite dry, and thanks to this there are no measures to take in regard to malaria and yellow fever.

However, verify the status of your tetanus, polio and diphtheria vaccinations. This is of the utmost importance!

Beware of the so-called “Tourista” illnesses: Salmonella, Ameobic dysentery, Hepatitis A, and parasites such as Schistosomiasis (Bilharziasis).

Be extremely careful with water, raw vegetables and fruit, eggs, shellfish and ice cream.

Only eat well-cooked meats. This being said, you’ll have no problem with Tajines and Couscous, nor with bananas, oranges and juicy tangerines!

Drink only bottled water and drinks. Favor sparkling water (as it can’t be tampered with) and check that bottles of mineral water are sealed before drinking.

Don’t accept well-water and don’t brush your teeth with it! Or, if you must, boil, purify, and filter it with tablets such as Micropur and water filters such as Katadyn that have resin cartridges.

Do not soak in stagnant water.
Avoid suspect, untreated pools with non-chlorinated water.

Pricing per person

One night room and board
(evening meal and breakfast) :

– in a tent : 20 euros

– in the B&B : 25 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old
Free for children under 4

First day Itinerary

Arrive at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, accompanied by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée round the fire

The next day

After breakfast, return to M’Hamid on foot or by 4×4.

Pricing

per person

– per day of hike,
with all meals :
– 45 euros

– first and last night at the B&B with partial board :
– in a nomad tent : 20 euros
– in the B&B : 25 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old
Free for children under 4

Upon your arrival at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Tour itinerary

Day one:
Leave for L’Bour, lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees.
Walk to the wadi at N’am to camp.
Day two:
Leave for Le Ted, lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees.
Walk to Bougarne for a second night of camping.
Day three:
Reach Chegaga in two steps: First by the wadi El Atach (“The Valley of Thirst”) and arrive at the the Sacred Oasis for a night of camping.
Day four:
Continue towards Chegaga, camp for a night in the “Sea of Sand” at Chegaga
Day five:
Passing by the wells of the El Atach wadi, leave for Laa Debat for a night of camping.
Day six:
Leave for the Ras A’nkhal palm grove
Stroll along the Valley of Drâa
Return for a final nomad evening and a night at La Palmeraie B&B
After breakfast the following morning, return to M’Hamid

Pricing

Prices include an evening in the B&B, the trek with all meals and rental of a 4 x 4

– 2 pers. : 340 euros / pers.
– 3 pers. : 320 euros / pers.
– 4 pers. : 300 euros / pers.
– 5 pers. : 280 euros / pers.
– 6 pers. : 260 euros / pers.

Don’t hesitate to contact us regarding any other requests

Upon your arrival at M’Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Tour program

Day one:
After breakfast, cross the dunes to reach the Screaming Dune of Zahar
Lunch and rest time under the tamarisk trees
Arrive at Zahar for a nomad tea tasting, set up camp
Walk in the dunes and hike up the Great Dune (30 minutes on foot) for incredible views
See the stunning sunset across the sea of sand
Return to the camp for dinner and musical soirée, spend the night

Day two:
Departure for Chegaga after breakfast
Break at the sacred spring oasis
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Like the previous day, our goal will be to climb up the highest dune for an unforgettable  panoramic view and sunset
Return to the camp for dinner and musical soirée, spend the night

Day three:
Return in two trips across the dunes
Visit a nomad encampment
Arrival at the B&B in mid afternoon, return to M’Hamid

Pricing

per person

– per day of hike,
with all meals :
45 euros

– first and last night at the B&B with partial board :
– in a nomad tent : 20 euros
– in the B&B : 25 euros

Half price for children from 4-10 years old
Free for children under 4

À votre arrivée à M'Hamid

Leave for A’nkhal (La Palmeraie B&B) on foot, by camel or 4×4

Nomad tea tasting

Settle into the B&B, either in rooms or in nomadic tents

Dinner and musical soirée around the fire

Programme du circuit

Day one:
Leave for L’Bour
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Walk until Kriaat Jmel (“the camel’s hoof”) to set up evening camp
Day two:
Leave for Le Ted
Lunch and rest under the tamarisk trees
Walk to Bou Garne and camp for the night
Day three:
Leave in the direction of the Zahar erg (dune field)
Stop for lunch in the valley of Drâa
Arrive at the erg to camp for the night
Day four:
Leave for the Marabout (tomb) of Sidi Naji to camp for the night
Day five:
Leave for the palm grove of Ras A’nkhal
Afternoon visit in the Kasbah of old M’Hamid
Return for a last nomad soirée at the B&B
Return to M’Hamid the next morning after breakfast

All of the members of our team were born in the desert where they continue to live to this day. They have extensive experience from accompanying tourists in hikes and treks over many years.

We welcome solo travelers, couples, families, groups of friends and professionals for excursions on foot with camel porters, in 4x4s, or with a combination (accompanied by camels and 4×4). We’re sure that you’ll find a package that suits you!

The material and the baggage is transported either by 4×4 or on camel back. Please note that camels have no problem carrying bags, but they cannot carry suitcases!

We take care of all the setting up of camps and the meal preparation. Experience your amazing desert adventure and leave the rest to us!

2 day hike on foot accompanied by camels

Desert discovery

Difficulty Level: Easy

3 day hike on foot accompanied by camels

Desert exploration

Difficulty Level:
Easy to Moderate (3-4 hours of hiking per day)

 

4 day hike on foot accompanied by camels

In the open desert

Difficulty Level:
Easy to Moderate (3-4 hours of hiking per day)

 

In the open desert

Experienced hikers
(4-5 hours of hiking per day)

 

6 day hike on foot accompanied by camels

Total immersion in the desert

Difficulty Level: Advanced hikers
(5-6 hours of hiking per day)

 

7 day hike on foot accompanied by camels

Total immersion in the desert

Difficulty Level: Advanced hikers
(5-6 hours of hiking per day)

 

Contacts

FRANCE
Isabelle :   +33 6 45 20 25 11

SWITZERLAND
Mahjoub : +41 7 74 78 15 29

MOROCCO
Bari : 00212 6 67 69 06 98

 

Postal address :
Isabelle TOURRET
1 rue des Prêtres
26150 DIE
FRANCE

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All of our team members were born in the desert where they continue to live to this day. They know it by heart and have accompanied tourists on hikes for years. We guarantee the highest degree of safety as you discover their land, the desert.

Bari

Bari, who speaks French fluently, will be your host at the Palmeraie B&B (Dar A’khal). He has overseen stays and treks in the desert since 1994, providing him with a great deal of experience.

He will be your main guide during your stay as you go on hikes by foot or treks with camels and 4x4s.

Mahjoub

Mahjoub, one of Bari’s brothers, speaks French and spends his time between Switzerland and Morocco.
He is your preferred contact in German, which he speaks and writes fluently.
From his earliest years, he has regularly accompanied groups in the desert for stays, hikes, and treks.

On site, Bari and Mahjoub are accompanied by a team of camel drivers and helpers who regularly assist us. Like Bari and Majoub, they too are Saharan natives and residents.

Isabelle

Bari and Mahjoub introduced their friend and associate, Isabelle, to the desert during several trips beginning in 2009.
She lives and works in France and will provide you with all information in French and English concerning stays and treks. Isabelle is happy to be your primary contact for information and cost estimates.

PRINCES of the DESERT NOMAD ENCAMPMENTS

FRANCE Isabelle : +33 6 45 20 25 11

SWITZERLAND Mahjoub : +41 7 74 78 15 29

MOROCCO Bari : 00212 6 67 69 06 98

Postal address : Isabelle TOURRET 1 rue des Prêtres 26150 DIE – FRANCE

30 minutes on foot from M’Hamid, the last village before the desert, lies the palm tree grove at A’nkhal. Here under the shade of the palm trees, we warmly welcome you in our B & B, La Palmeraie. We offer multiple packages including stays, excursions, hikes, and treks.

Experience everything the Great Southern Desert has to offer: Hospitality, comfort, safety, traditional culinary art, and a nomad tea ceremony complete with “sand bread”. Discover Saharan culture and its enchanting music, song and dance.

Take your time as you look through our website to prepare your trip.

Consider booking a unique year-end celebration!

We are happy to adapt our offers and packages to suit your needs.

Don’t hesitate to contact us for any information.