Tours to the Sahara desert
Our desert camp in Erg Chegaga
Our desert camp by night
Under the stars
Tours from Marrakech
The red city
Tours to the Moroccan coast
Tours in Atlas mountains
History, culture and architecture
Excursions to Essaouira coastal town
Magical moments on your holiday
Handmade Moroccan crafts
Tour operator with trips in the magical kingdom of Morocco
Experience genuine hospitality, ancient history, rich culture and majestic nature in a contrasting country.
Join us for Moroccan Adventure.
SOME OF OUR FAVORITE TOURS
Highlights: Crossing the highest pass in Atlas Mountains. Visit the most famous kasbah in Morocco, Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou. Drive through Berber villages, oases and Morocco's Hollywood city. Magical desert experience in the biggest sand dunes area of Morocco. Ride camel and try sandboarding. Watch an amazing sunset and a starlit sky beyond compare. Get together with the nomads around the camp fire. Sleep in a nomad tent surrounded by sand dunes and desert silence.
Do you want to celebrate the New Year’s Eve under the stars in Sahara? Live in a desert camp, surrounded by silence and beautiful sand dunes? Here the fireworks are all natural, but oh so magical. A spectacular starlit sky shines without any light pollution. The occassional shooting stars fly over the atmosphere. Be ready to make your wish!
Welcome to our New Year’s celebration in Erg Chegaga.
We have 2 departures from M'hamid: 1st departure at 11:00. 2nd departure at 14:00.
Experience the desert in a luxurious way. Spend two nights in a beautifully equipped luxury camp with all meals, drinks, camel treks and acitivities included.
We take you over the highest pass in the Atlas Mountains. We visit the most famous Kasbah in Morocco. We pass Berber villages, Morocco’s Hollywood city Ouarzazate, green date valleys, kasbahs and oases and a ceramic village. One night is spent in a guesthouse in Agdz, before we head to the luxury camp in Erg Chegaga desert.
4 days is the perfect amount of time to spend on a desert trip to the high dunes. This trip takes you over the Atlas Mountains and North Africa’s highest pass. You visit kasbahs, oases and follow ancient caravan routes. Pass Berber villages and visit the carpet capital of Morocco. The absolute highlight is the desert experience. Off-road driving through different landscapes, camel trekking and sandboarding. Play drums with the nomads and sleep in a nomad tent, surrounded by silence.
“Reiseperler” on a Moroccan Adventure organised by Desert Candles. A round trip to Erg Chegaga in the south, which has the highest sand dunes area in Morocco. Start and stop in Marrakech.
Video from one of our travellers, Stéphane Hennick: Roadtrip from Marrakech to Erg Chegaga. The tour from M’hamid El Ghizlane to Erg Chegaga desert camp was organised by Desert Candles.
My first trip to Marrakesh and not least to Sahara 🌞 🐪 I have been on an adventure beyond compare. Had to pinch myself in the arm every single day. Seen many wonderful places which should only be experienced. The feeling, smells and the whole atmosphere, indescribable. “In love” as we said to each other. Tip top travel guides who fixed and arranged everything for us. I just want to THANK YOU again for letting me experience this, and you are the reason why it was so great Solveig and Abdoul😀 I AM GOING BACK. I wish that everyone could experience the same as I have.Lisbeth Rasch
I was on a group trip to Marrakech, Essaouira and Desert Candles’ camp in Sahara. It was a great and exciting trip with excellent drivers, guides and hotels. And the camp was super!!!Siri Hope Nygaard
Thank you, thank you for an adventurous round trip in Morocco. A fascinating country with bustling life in Marrakesh to the quiet and peaceful Sahara. The nomad camp was more different then I expected, with proper beds and shower and toilet, very lovely. And the tasty food, not so different from Norwegian, but cooked in another way. And very nice drivers. This is a trip I can strongly recommend.Kristi Skare
To be on a trip with Desert Candles was the best travel experience I have ever had. Although I should mention that I have only been on charter trips and a few bus trips to Eastern Europe. So even if I can be easily impressed, I would think that this trip is breathtaking even for people who travel a lot.
The flight to Morocco is not further away than a normal trip to a holiday in the sun. The advantage here is that you have better space, no nasty flight meals and you have free wifi all the way.
At the airport we were picked up in big, comfortable cars. Something we learned later on was a necessity when we were going into the desert.
A riad is a place that you automatically fall in love with and you just long to bring your dear friends and family there. It is like a small inn, with the greatest people in the world working there, and who wish to make your stay completely perfect.
The trip to Sahara is long and exciting. Just enough breaks underway for photo stops and toilet visits.
It is recommended to buy some potato chips and sweets from the kiosks/cafees along the way. Remember to share with you driver too. That creates a very special atmosphere. Remember, the driver is a stranger when you first get into the car, but by the time you arrive to Sahara, he is a good friend.
The camp out there is totally indescribable. Here you meet a small group of people who, before the first evening is over, you feel is your best friends.
The stars are so close, so close. The food here is the best we had on the whole trip. Camel ride, sand climbing, snowboard in the sand, the feeling of peace and quiet is so very unique out here. Campfire, sing-a-long, fellowship with new friends.
Sahara must be experienced and should be experienced via Desert Candles.
I am going back with my man, son, daughter-in-law, grand children and friends. In February 2018 we see you again.Eva Annette Lintho