Dunes of the Sahara Traverse

A walking holiday journeying over the best of the Moroccan Sahara




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Holiday Overview


  • Spectacular sunset from Morocco`s highest dune - Erg Chegaga
  • Wild dune desert camping under magical Saharan stars
  • Explore Marrakech and the colourful UNESCO Djemaa-el-Fna
  • Traditional camel-caravanning through the Saharan Desert

Experience a world of sand, sunsets and Saharan dune walking on this adventure in Morocco. Beyond the Atlas, the road descends the palm-fringed Draa Valley to Zagora and comes to an end in the vicinity of the village of M'Hamid. Here, we plunge into the desert, as we set off to traverse the region of giant sand dunes known as Erg Chegaga. With our team of camels and their handlers, we walk for 5 or 6 hours on each of 4 days and climb for up to an hour at a time to cross the biggest dunes (some of which can be 200 metres high). Each night, we will set up camp amongst the dunes, while our local team seeks out the hidden wells from which we replenish our water supply. Rocky plateaux and the occasional tamarisk tree may break the uniformity of the rolling sand ridges, but this is the real Saharan experience, far from the nearest settlement or road. 

Dunes of the Sahara Traverse or Edge of Sahara Trek - which one is for me?

We offer two fantastic desert treks in Morocco and are often asked "what are the main differences between the two." If you are looking to hike to the highest sand dune in Morocco by traversing across the desert, trek for between 5 - 6 hours a day, experience 1 night at a fixed Berber camp and 4 nights of wild desert camping, then Dunes of the Sahara Traverse is perfect for you. However, if you're looking to move up a grade, hiking for between 6 - 7 hours a day, trek through some of the Sahara's most dramatic scenery, watch the sunset from the dunes of Erg Ez-Zahar, wild camp for 3 nights and experience a fixed camp for 2 nights, then our Edge of Sahara Trek ticks all those boxes.

Is this holiday for you?

This holiday involves walking for 5-6 hours on each of the 4 trekking days, over a variety of terrain from hard rock to soft desert sand. We camp for 4 nights on this holiday whilst in the desert. All our camping and personal equipment is carried by camels so it is only necessary to carry a small daypack with daily essentials such as water bottle and camera. Winter daytime temperatures in the desert are not too hot and walking at this time of year should be quite comfortable.

Brief Itinerary

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  • Meet at the group hotel in Marrakech. Complimentary transfers from Marrakech Airport are provided.
  • Spectacular transfer across the High Atlas via the Tizi n Tichka (2260m) to Ouled Driss.
  • Trek through Draa Valley palm groves to the dunes of El Mazouaria and famed well of Oued Naamou.
  • Trek into the heart of the desert passing Tamarisk trees to the great dune of Erg Bouguerne.
  • Wadi trekking to the great dune of Erg Chegaga via the sacred water source of Foumlaalag.
  • Time to climb and explore Morocco's highest dune, the great dune of Erg Chegaga.
  • Transfer to Marrakech. Late afternoon to explore the city and colourful Djemaa-el-Fna.
  • Departure Day. Complimentary transfers to Marrakech Airport are provided.
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We sell this holiday on a Land Only basis and recommend that you book your flights to Marrakech Airport, which is approximately 15 minutes drive away from the group hotel in downtown Marrakech. Please refer to the 'Joining Arrangements and Transfers' section of the holiday dossier for further details.

Flights SHOULD NOT be booked until you have received your booking confirmation and the trip is showing 'Guaranteed to Run' or 'Limited'.

If flying from the UK there are a number of low cost airlines offering flights to Marrakech. These include Easyjet who have flights from London, Manchester & Glasgow, Thomson Airways who have flights from London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol & Glasgow and Ryanair who have flights from London. Click on the 'Flight information' link below for further information on booking low cost airlines. Alternatively if you would prefer to book a 'flight inclusive package' using scheduled airlines from the UK please contact our flights department for a quote. Whilst flight prices are likely to be more expensive you will benefit from full financial protection.

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Map & Itinerary

The Route

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  • trip direction
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Holiday Itinerary

  • Meet at the group hotel in Marrakech. Complimentary transfers from Marrakech Airport are provided.

    On arrival in Marrakech you will be met by your guide or a KE representative who will assist with the short transfer to the group hotel in the city. Depending on your flight arrival time, after settling in you may have the opportunity to do a little exploration of the central square of the
    Djemaa-el-Fna and the fascinating labyrinth of souks behind the square. KE Land Only package begins with dinner. Tonight the evening meal is taken at the group hotel or a restaurant in the medina. The trip leader will
    give a briefing during dinner.

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  • Spectacular transfer across the High Atlas via the Tizi n Tichka (2260m) to Ouled Driss.

    Setting off after breakfast we travel by private minibus across the High Atlas via the ‘Tizi n Tichka’, the Tichka Pass (2260m), the highest road pass in Morocco. On the other side of the mountains we descend to Ouarzazate where we enter the Draa Valley, the largest palm grove in the country, stretching for more than 100km along the banks of the River Draa. We pass through Agdz, Zagora, and Tagounit to reach Ouled Driss on the edge of the Sahara desert. This is a full days drive, but we are rewarded with some fantastic and ever-changing scenery. We should arrive in Ouled Driss in the late afternoon and we stay tonight in a fixed camp of traditional Berber tents or ‘Khaimas’ which have been upgraded with certain western comforts such as hot showers. Here we meet our camel guides and our cook, who prepares dinner, which we eat in the cosy seating area at camp.

    • Accommodation Fixed Camp

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  • Trek through Draa Valley palm groves to the dunes of El Mazouaria and famed well of Oued Naamou.

    Loading our camels we head west into the desert. The palm groves of the Draa Valley gradually disappear and are replaced by dunes. On this first day the dunes are very small as we begin to penetrate the Sahara. The
    Sahara desert stretches from the snowy mountains of the High Atlas in the west to the Red Sea coast almost 5000kms to the east. Most of the landscape has been shaped over time by the winds, and it includes sand
    dunes (Ergs), barren stone plateaux, gravel plains, dry valleys, salt flats and mountain ranges. The area we will explore is home to semi-nomadic Ait Atta Berber people, who have lived in the area for centuries, before the Arab and Islaamic influences arrived in the 7th century. We have lunch in the shade of a Tamarisk tree near the small dunes of El Mazouaria. After a long lunch break we continue to our campsite which is situated at the famous well of Oued Naamou. Camping by the well gives us the luxury of a wash tonight. We set up camp at the edge of the dunes for the night. From the top of the dunes, the sunset is an incredible sight. Sunsets, sunrises and the stars at nights are the true delights of desert travel.

    • Accommodation Camping

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    • Time 5

  • Trek into the heart of the desert passing Tamarisk trees to the great dune of Erg Bouguerne.

    Today the true desert begins as we become immersed in the sand dunes and the vast stoney plains that the desert is famous for. We pass by our first dune, Erg Oued Naam, nearby an area of Tamarisk trees. A small hill called Jebel Bani ensures that we travel in the correct direction here as we head further west. Again we catch up with the cook and the camels who are preparing lunch for us in the shade of a tree. We start with our mint tea and then enjoy a relaxed lunch, with maybe some time to read our books or have a little siesta! Continuing on we pass through further dunes and the rocky plateaux towards the large Erg Bouguerne and our camp for the night.

    • Accommodation Camping

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    • Time 5

  • Wadi trekking to the great dune of Erg Chegaga via the sacred water source of Foumlaalag.

    We enjoy our breakfast in the sunshine in the dunes and pack up for another days walking. Today we find ourselves in a large wadi (valley), wadi Laatch with giant Tamarisk trees before crossing a large rocky plain and further dunes to a sacred source of water at Foumlaalag. This oasis in the desert has palm trees and a deserted village as people have moved away for a better life with amenities. We stop for lunch and have a chance to look around this special place. After our break we continue for approximately another 2 hours and arrive at the foot of our destination the dunes of Chegaga and our camp location.

    • Accommodation Camping

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    • Time 5

  • Time to climb and explore Morocco's highest dune, the great dune of Erg Chegaga.

    We have a full day exploring this famous dune here in the Moroccan Sahara desert. We travel up and down experiencing the different colours, shades and ripples that the sand produces. These dunes move constantly and each time we visit the sands will have changed shape and sizes. To walk to the summit of the biggest dune takes around an hour, about 200m vertical height gain. We head northwards towards Bani and the sharp peaked dunes of El Ghoul. It’s very peaceful here and we feel very remote. We set up camp in the middles of the large dunes for the last night.

    • Accommodation Camping

    • Meals bld

    • Time 5

  • Transfer to Marrakech. Late afternoon to explore the city and colourful Djemaa-el-Fna.

    After an early breakfast we to the road head at Zawyat Sidi Abdenbi, which takes around 30 mins. Here we meet our vehicles and we drive back across the Atlas to Marrakech arriving here in the late afternoon. We check into our hotel and after showering and changing we will
    certainly want to check out the remarkable central square of the Djemaa-el-Fna. This is the focus of activities for local people and tourists alike and here you will see troupes of Berber acrobats, musicians, snake-charmers, water sellers and story tellers. We take our dinner tonight either in our hotel or a nearby restaurant.

    • Accommodation Hotel

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  • Departure Day. Complimentary transfers to Marrakech Airport are provided.

    KE Land Only package ends after breakfast. There is a complimentary transfer to the airport to check in for the return flight.

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Holiday Information

  • An experienced English-speaking local leader
  • Marrakech Airport transfers (on Day 1 & 8)
  • All land transport involved in the itinerary
  • All accommodation as described in the trip dossier
  • Meals as per the Meal Plan

  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips for staff
  • Miscellaneous expenses - drinks and souvenirs etc.

For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from 'Available' to 'Guaranteed to run'. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

All clients arriving on Day 1 and departing on Day 8 of the itinerary will be provided with complimentary airport transfers. Clients booking a Land Only Package should let us know if Marrakech Airport transfers are not required and MUST provide the KE office with full details of their flights. Hotel contact details and an emergency number will be provided with your booking confirmation. If you intend to make your own transfer arrangements at Marrakech Airport, taxis are available outside the arrivals hall at all times. They are equipped with meters but most taxi drivers are reluctant to use them and you should either insist on a meter or agree the fare before setting off. The standard fare to the city in a "petit taxi" should be no more than £6 though you may have to pay a little more if arriving late at night. The airport is approximately 4 miles from the city and the journey takes 10 - 15 minutes.

A typical day starts with an early morning wake-up call. After breakfast, during which camp is struck and the camels are loaded, we start walking in the pleasant cool of the morning. Lunch is usually taken at a shady spot after 3 or 4 hours walking, and on some days this stop will be extended into a long break of up to 2 - 2.5 hours to avoid walking in the hottest part of the day. The afternoon session tends to be shorter than the morning and we will usually reach our overnight stop with plenty of time to explore before enjoying a desert sunset. On most days we will be walking for 6 or 7 hours at a reasonably leisurely pace which allows time for stops and to take pictures. As evening comes on the temperature drops and we may light a camp fire. Dinner is a 3-course meal which we will normally eat alfresco. This is a great time of day for reliving the events of the trek so far and for general socialising.

During this trip the group will spend two nights at a tourist class hotel in Marrakech. While there are several more expensive hotels in Marrakech, we try to strike the right balance of a comfortable and conveniently located hotel while maintaining a really good value holiday. In Ouled Driss, we will be staying at a fixed camp with four people per room. There are showers and a sheltered comfortable seating area where we will be served dinner. Whilst on trek there will be a total of 4 nights wild camping. All accommodation in Marrakech and camping is based on twin sharing. It is possible to hire a single tent while on trek for an additional cost (not available for the 1 night in Ouled Driss). Please note single tent hire does not include single rooms in hotels. For the 2 hotel nights in Marrakech single rooms are available for a supplementary cost. Additional hotel nights in Marrakech are also available. For Hotel prices and single supplement costs please refer to the dates and prices page of the trip on our website.

View the gallery below for images of the style of accommodation used

On trek, the food is a mixture of local and international, all purchased locally and cooked for us by our trek cooks. Breakfast is porridge and continental style, with tea and coffee, cereals including muesli, bread, jam and honey. A morning snack is also provided and this can consists of a piece of fruit (apple, orange), or Moroccan “trail mix” of dried figs and dates, peanuts, sugar coated peanuts and other nuts. Lunch usually starts with the Berber speciality of mint tea, followed by a freshly prepared salad - onion, tomatoes, green peppers, grated carrot, green beans, with tinned sweetcorn or peas, rice, pasta or couscous added. Hard and soft cheeses, tinned fish, olives, biscuits and bread are also on the lunchtime menu. Dinner starts off with soup and bread. The main course is usually rice, pasta, cous-cous, spaghetti, with a vegetable stew (or tagine) consisting of some of the following - onion, potato, carrot, green pepper, zucchini, turnip, parsnip. green beans, peas. On certain nights there will be some meat (usually chicken, lamb or beef). All dishes come with traditional sauces which are rarely (spicy) hot. Desserts usually consist of fruit, some fresh but more likely tinned, including pineapple, apricot, pears, peaches or mixed. To round off dinner, there is the usual range of hot drinks.

All meals are included in the holiday price from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8.

Approximately £100 should be allowed for miscellaneous expenses. This amount will cover tips for the trek crew, soft drinks, snacks, and also lunches in Marrakech if you should happen to arrive early in the day or depart late in the day. If you wish to purchase bottled water for the trek (rather than drink the treated water supplied) then please allow 10 dirham per 1.5 litre bottle. Marrakech is a great place for souvenir buying and all major credit cards are accepted. If you are intending to buy expensive items, you should budget accordingly. It is not possible to obtain or exchange Moroccan currency (Dirham) outside the country. You can withdraw money in local currency from ATM’s in Marrakech or your travel money can be carried in the form of cash or travellers cheques. (Sterling and US dollars are easily exchanged, but note that it can be difficult to exchange travellers cheques at banks in Morocco, and commission payments are often very high). Credit cards can be used to purchase goods and it is a good idea to carry one in case of emergency.

An English-speaking professional local leader will accompany the group throughout the holiday. In addition the group will be supported on trek by a team of cooks and camp staff, baggage animals (camels) and their handlers.

It is important to remember tipping is voluntary and should be dependent on good service. For your guide and trek crew we recommend that you give a tip if you feel that their services have met your satisfaction. We recommend that you give tips as a group rather than from individual group members and suggest you decide together on a level of tips that suits everyone. As a rough guide we suggest a contribution of around £30 (in local currency) per group member to a 'pool' should provide an appropriate level of tips.

On the trek your personal equipment will be carried by camels. Your baggage on trek should not weigh more than 15kg. Items not required for this part of the trip can be left at the group hotel in Marrakech. We recommend that you bring a fold away bag for this purpose.

All KE clients will receive a FREE KE trek bag.  These have been specially made to stand up to the rigours of adventure travel.  Your KE bag will be posted to you when your trip is guaranteed to run or on receipt of your booking if the trip is already guaranteed.  If you have travelled with us before and already have a KE trek bag you can select an alternative free gift in the booking process.

The altitudes attained on this holiday are not extreme and the maximum altitude attained is no more than the equivalent of a pressurised cabin on an international flight. The only time you may ‘feel’ the altitude is when you cross the Alps by road on the Tizi n Tichka as it is above 2000 metres - the high point of the trip. You should pay particular attention to your hydration levels on this day.

No visa is required for travel to Morocco by the holders of the following passports: United Kingdom, United States of America or Australia. Please note that your passport must be valid for at least six months after your date of entry to Morocco and that this entitles you to stay in the country for up to three months. Holders of passports not on the above list should contact the Kingdom of Morocco visa information service to see if a visa is required. (Most people will find that no visa is required).

We do keep our information up to date but be advised visa requirements are subject to change. It is recommended that you contact the relevant commission in the case of recent alterations.

The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum.

You must bring the following items:

  • Hiking boots - light weight for the heat, and ankle height to prevent sand entering
  • Socks
  • Underwear
  • Trekking trousers / pants
  • Waterproof over trousers / rain pants (it can rain in the desert!)
  • Lightweight windproof jacket
  • Long sleeved loose fitting shirts or T-shirts (wicking)
  • Fleece jacket or warm jumper/sweater
  • Wide brimmed sunhat
  • Warm hat
  • Headscarf or buff (to protect against the sun and wind, can be purchased locally)
  • Eyewear - Sunglasses
  • Lightweight thermal gloves
  • Sun protection (including total bloc for lips, nose etc.)
  • Water bottles 1 Litre x2 – hydration system e.g. camelbak or platypus useful.
  • 3 season sleeping bag*
  • Antibacterial handwash
  • Wet wipes** (bio-degradable)
  • Wash bag and toiletries
  • Toilet roll
  • Water purification tablets
  • Small trek towel
  • Small padlock (to lock your KE kit bag)
  • Light daypack 25/30 litres
  • Head-torch / headlamp with spare batteries
  • Basic First Aid Kit, including pain killers, plasters (band-aids), blister protection (e.g. compeed), insect repellant, and rehydration salts.

The following items are optional:

  • Trainers /sneakers or sandals (for camp use)
  • Trekking poles (recommended)
  • Gaiters (useful to prevent sand getting into boots)
  • Shorts (should only be worn outside towns and villages)
  • Sleeping bag liner
  • Toilet roll
  • Pocket-knife (note: always pack sharp objects in hold baggage)
  • Repair kit – (eg. needle, thread, duct tape)
  • Travel clothes
  • Camera, media, spare batteries
  • Wet wipes – biodegradable (note that water for washing can sometimes be scarce)


  • *Available for hire/rental through KE Adventure Travel.

    **Please note that showers are not available in the desert and there is a limited amount of washing water, wet wipes are useful to wash in the interim.

A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required. The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. Please check the relevant embassy or consulate for other nationalities. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Visa requirements and charges are subject to change without notice. If you are travelling outside the EU you should have at least 2 blank pages in your passport.

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It makes a lot of sense to spend some time before coming on a trekking or climbing holiday, getting some additional exercise. The fitter you are, after all, the more enjoyable you will find the experience. For this desert holiday you need to be aerobically fit and also capable for walking up to 6 or 7 hours each day on a variety of terrain from hard rock to soft desert sand. We would suggest that you adopt a weekly exercise regime. Regular walking in hill or back country is the best preparation but if this is not possible, regular exercise with your preferred sport or pastime such as jogging, squash and swimming, will develop better fitness and stamina. Before departure, we suggest that you try to fit in a number of long walks in hilly country.

As a reputable tour operator, KE supports the British Foreign & Commonwealth Offices ‘Know before you go’ campaign to enable British citizens to prepare for their journeys overseas, and we recommend that all KE travellers take a look at the FCO Travel Advice for their chosen destination on the official FCO website: www.fco.gov.uk. North Americans can also check out the U.S. Department of State website: www.travel.state.gov for essential travel advice and tips.

KE treat the safety and security of all clients as the most important aspect of any trip we organise. We would not run any trip that we did not consider reasonably safe.  Should the FCO advise against travel for any reason, we will contact everyone booked to travel to discuss the situation.  We receive regular updates direct from the FCO and are in constant touch with our contacts on the ground.  If you have any questions about government travel advice, please call our office.

It is warm in the desert during the day even in the winter months of November through to April. At this time we can expect daytime temperatures to be a pleasant 20 - 25°C, rising to 30°C or more around mid-day. In the evening the temperature will drop to an average of 5 – 10°C but can reach lower than this overnight. The evenings and nights can be chilly and are a dramatic change from the daytime temperatures. Rain is rare in the desert but not unheard of and short-lived storms bringing rain can occur.

Lonely Planet Guide – Morocco. Rough Guide to Morocco A Hedonist's Guide to Marrakech. Paul Sullivan A Year in Marrakesh. Peter Mayne Desert Divers. Sven Lindqvist Lords of the Atlas. Gavin Maxwell

EWP maps

Maps for this region are notoriously difficult to come by. The publisher EWP does make a series covering various regions of the Atlas and adjacent to the Atlas at 1:160,000. These maps are generally based on Russian military maps with all cyrillic text replaced by latin alphabet.

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