Atlantic Coastline

The name itself conjures up romantic images of vast unending sands, desert oasis, and the night sky. If visitors to Morocco really want to losethemselves and get away from it all; there is no more extreme way than to set off across the great desert on a camel

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Atlantic coastline by camels 8 days

Day 1 : Arrival in Marrakech:

Overnight accommodation in hotel.

Day 2 : Marrakech - Tafna:

Transfer by minibus, coach or Land Rover to Tafna, passing through Chichaoua and Ounara . Stop for lunch on the way . We continue on through the Haha area, the Argan tree capital, arriving at the fishing port of Tafna where we meet up with our camel-drivers.. "Test day", put onto practice the above rules in the village of Tafna. Evening bivouac on the sand beach.

Day 3 : Tafna - Hamad Saeih:

The loaded caravan sets off, passing over cape Tafelny via the plateau and then dropping down to the beach of Sidi Hamad Saeih, where we pitch our tents for the night.

Day 4 : Hamad Saeih - Sidi Mbarek:

Our road follows the coast, either along the beach or across the plain above (depending on wind conditions) . Camp at Marabout Sidi Mbarek.

Day 5 : Sidi Mbarek:

The coast stretches away to the horizon. Three linked beaches lead us to Sidi Kaouki. A fishing port and meeting place for wind-surfers. We spent the night camping on the beach.

Day 6 : Sidi Kaouki - Essaouira:

Start the day toward Sidi Kaouki, crossing the protected fishing village and the sea caves of Cape Sim. Around cape Sim, the town of Essaouira appears in the distance . We arrive there in the afternoon to have a well-earned rest and spent the night in a comfortable hotel.

Day 7 : Essaouira:

Tour of the town of Essaouira ancient Portuguese port, followed by lunch at an authentic quayside restaurant where you can sample all types of fish and shellfish . Afternoon transfer to Marrakech and overnight in a hotel.

Day 8 : Essaouira - Home:

There may be time to visit the legendary Jamaa El Fna square, depending on flight times . Transfer and departure to the airport .


Physical condition This trek requires midium physical condition.
Climate In the desert days are hot but the wind may considerably cool the atmosphere. Nights are cold.
Luggage During the hike, your luggage is carried by camels. However, you should take your personal belongings which you may need during the walks (waterbottle, camera, sun cream, etc..).

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