Morocco Desert Tours

Nomadic Escapes: Authentic Morocco Desert Tours

Set out on our Morocco desert tours, taking you on a journey from the North Atlantic coastline to the vast Sahara Desert. Along the way, you’ll explore an ancient capital and an enchanting Andalusian town, immersing yourself in the nation’s varied landscapes, intricate history, and multifaceted cultural tapestry.

Enhance your Morocco desert tours with a heightened sense of adventure as you journey through the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Experience the thrill of camel riding across the vast expanse of the Sahara Desert. Marvel at the breathtaking sight of countless stars illuminating the night sky as you overnight with Bedouin locals on the rolling, reddish-hued sand dunes near Merzouga.

Touareg Trails is your ultimate partner in selecting the perfect riad for your accommodation and experiencing the most genuine off-road adventures in Morocco. Our assistance extends to every step of the planning and readiness process, enabling you to forge meaningful connections and delve into the very soul of the country.

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Discover Morocco's Top Destinations with Knowledgeable Guides on our Exciting Adventure Tours.

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Information to Consider Before Traveling to Morocc0

Based on your destination, ensure you possess a valid passport and possibly necessary visas for entry. It’s crucial to confirm these requirements well before your trip. Additionally, some countries might demand that your passport remains valid for 3-6 months beyond your departure date, so make sure to verify this aspect when planning your travel.


Morocco typically utilizes a standard voltage of 220 volts, with power outlets and plugs conforming to either type C or E. The usual electrical frequency in the country is 50 hertz.

You’ll need comfortable sandals that you can simply take off while visiting houses, hammams, and certain traditional Moroccan eateries in Morocco. Dress modestly.

When visiting Morocco, you should dress modestly and cover your shoulders and knees. Bring light, loose clothing for the heat, as well as warm layers for the cool desert evenings.

In Morocco, the sun may be fierce, so wear UV-protected sunglasses and apply SPF 30 or higher to your skin.

Uncover Your Preferred Way to Travel

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Discover your ideal way to journey to Morocco with Touareg Trails, where adventure and exploration seamlessly blend with comfort and authenticity. Whether you crave the thrill of a desert safari, the enchantment of a cultural odyssey, or the tranquility of coastal escapes, our tailored experiences cater to your wanderlust.

Best Morocco Adventures

Our off-road adventures are an incredible way to experience the great outdoors. Whether you’re seeking a weekend getaway, a family vacation, or love to solo travel, some of the most beautiful places in the world are ready to be explored in an off-road vehicle.

Your adventure begins where the road ends. Nothing beats the adrenaline rush of off-roading in a side by side. Whether skidding over sand dunes, plowing through shallow creeks, or hurtling down tree-lined off road trails, the wind rushing by as you grip the wheel of a powerful UTV makes for an unbelievable outdoor adventure. So get outside and get riding.

Create memories that will last a lifetime as you ride along with one of our top-notch tour guides. Sit Back and Hold on! We will kick up a little sand while riding on Sand Dunes, Sandstone, Washes, and Gullies. Take in the views from the top of Sand Mountain, where you will see panoramic views of Erg chabbi, visit Nomad familly, and the surrounding deserts.

Come experience majestic Sand dunes, glassy sapphire lakes, and the sharp smell of sagebrush on our Morocco adventure tours! Explore some of the most beautiful landscape in Morocco up close and personal on Enduro Moto bike in Southern Morocco! You’ll take in this unique landscape within sight of the majestic formations of Sahara desert.

Morocco Experiences

Unique things to do in Morocco

Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride

View Marrakech’s desert landscape from above with an awesome hot air balloon ride. The early wake-up call is well worth it to see the dawn over the desert.

Overnight in a Desert Camp

Spending the night in the desert is a common cultural experience in Morocco, but staying in a desert camp can elevate the experience!

Traditional Moroccan Cooking Class

Learn step by step procedures and the secrets of genuine Moroccan cuisine, and then sit down to a lunch of priceless, authentic dishes passed down from generation to generation.

Cultural Family Day in the Atlas Mountains

Experience a fun and cultural day trip from Marrakech to the High Atlas Mountains! You and your family will ride  mules through traditional Berber communities surrounded by stunning nature.

Morocco Travel Guide

Best Time to Visit Morocco

Moroccan weather may be unpredictable from October to February, and it fluctuates year to year; some winters are pleasant, while others are rainy and chilly.

Safety in Morocco

Morocco is a quiet and hospitable country where residents treat visitors with kindness and respect, so be sure to reciprocate. Our Travel Consultants are glad to provide you recommendations for places to visit

Morocco Travel Guide

Morocco is a friendly vacation destination for everybody, with warm smiles and gorgeous buildings all around you. You'll have a nice time if you're willing to socialize and put yourself out there.

Things to do in Morocco

Given the country's rich history and diversity, it's no wonder that there are many things to do in Morocco. Volubilis' Roman ruins, Atlas Mountain

Best Places To Visit

It’s unsurprising that a country with such a diverse history and culture has so much to offer! From the Roman remains of Volubilis to climbing in the Atlas Mountains, sleeping in charming riads, and camel riding in the Sahara, our specialists can help you put together your Morocco bucket list.

Cities & Attractions

Marrakech, The Red City

Marrakesh, with its air of superiority and exoticism, begs to be discovered! Set out on a journey of exploration through this old town that has played an important role in creating Morocco’s history and culture. Youssuf Ibn Tashfin, a chieftain of the Almoravid ruler, founded the city in AD 1062…


The Imperial City of Fez

Fes, or Fez, is Morocco’s cultural capital and spiritual heart. It is the country’s greatest royal city, built by Morocco’s early Muslim monarchs in the 9th century. The world’s oldest university is housed in this UNESCO World Heritage Site! During the 13th–14th century, Fez had displaced Marrakech as ….

Merzouga Sahara Desert

Merzouga, with its 350-meter-high magical sand dunes, provides you a glimpse of life in the Sahara Desert. This secluded hamlet is the ideal entryway for camel safaris in the dunes, as it sits on the edge of Erg Chebbi, a network of sand dunes that is 3 miles wide and 31 miles long….

The Blue city of Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen, a medieval pilgrimage site with multiple mosques and religious sanctuaries overlooking Morocco’s Rif mountains, is a haven for all types of travelers. The kitchens of this charming mountain village with dreamy blue walls and red-tiled roofs exude traditional Moroccan and Andalusian characteristics.

High Atlas Mouantains

Morocco’s High Atlas mountain region invites you on an enjoyable hiking holiday. The gorgeous countryside filled with walnut and cherry trees stretches as far as the eye can view, providing a visual pleasure. The view of the valley from one of the various vantage points is spectacular.

Ouarzazate, Africa's Hollywood

Ouarzazate, also known as the Sahara Desert’s Gateway, is yours to explore! From the massive Taourirt Kasbah, which is home to a 19th century palace that has been featured in a number of films, take in panoramic views of the rough surrounding terrain. To the northwest, visit the walled red-earth city of At Ben Haddou.

Morocco Vacation FAQs

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Totally is a safe country to explore as a tourist

Morocco has long been regarded as a safe holiday destination. Moroccans have a reputation for being kind and inviting to guests. Moroccan cities are generally secure, particularly in tourism areas with significant visitor numbers. Morocco is a highly safe country, with police stationed everywhere and various checkpoints. Morocco is thus a safe and secure place.

There are several reasons why you should book your trip with Touareg Trails. Since 2010, our company has specialized in tailor-made tours, and we take satisfaction in using that knowledge to provide consistently high-quality, personalised tour experiences. Our company is spread out over Morocco, allowing us to deliver a high level of service wherever you choose to visit in Morocco and beyond.

Moroccans are regarded across the globe for their tolerance and friendliness; nonetheless, it is always courteous to seek permission before photographing individuals, particularly ladies, as well as businesses or items. Around army bases, airports, dams, and bridges, photography is restricted. If you chance to be in an area where photography is restricted, there will undoubtedly be signs indicating this.


In Morocco, there are several banks and exchange offices where travelers’ checks and cash may be exchanged. Many tourist-oriented stores, restaurants, and pubs take dollars or Euros at rates that are close to official values. Make sure you’re aware of the current dollar or euro-to-Moroccan dirham conversion rate (MAD).