Enjoy an easygoing family holiday, camping and camel-trekking in Morocco
Cross the swirling sands of the Sahara, watch dawn break across the dunes and rock the Kasbahs of Morocco’s fascinating past on a family adventure to remember. Recreating the simple nomadic lifestyle, spend three nights camping out under the crystal clear desert skies, the dramatic desert backdrop covered by a dreamy blanket of stars. Come and see why Marrakech’s bustling medina and lively bazaars ensure the city is regularly featured in people’s ultimate bucket lists of must-see places to visit.
The main square of Marrakech is a real feast for the senses. Sip sweet mint tea, be dazzled by snakecharmers and tap your foot to traditional Berber musicians
Embark on a two-day desert adventure and witness the rolling dunes of the Sahara from the back of a camel
Meet the famous 'Blue Men' of the desert, the Bedouin tribe. You might even have the chance to play drums with them, traditional style, as the desert sky lights up with stars
Crossing the Tizi-n-Tichka pass is a road trip you won't forget. Gaze in awe at spectacular views across the High Atlas Mountains
Ait Benhaddou is picture-perfect, literally. Learn all about this town's Hollywood stardom and enjoy a guided tour of the incredible kasbah
A camel trek through the Sahara Desert (Day 5) is a highlight of the trip for many travellers. If you'd rather not ride a camel, you can always walk alongside the camels instead. It's a gentle, relaxing walk of about an hour each way.
Summer temperatures in Morocco can get very hot. If you're travelling in the warmer months, be sure to wear layers, use sun protection and drink plenty of water. Nights can get quite cold, so warm clothes are essential too.
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A DISCOUNT OF 10% APPLIES ON THIS TRIP TO CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE AT THE TIME OF TRAVEL.
Please note that these trips are for adults and children travelling together and there must be at least one child under 18 with you.
Minimum age for children on this trip is 5 years old.
Morocco is a Muslim country therefore alcohol is not readily available, particularly during Ramadan.
Our Sahara Family Holiday trips score an average of 4.4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews in the last year.
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Review submitted 27 Apr 2017
Make sure you take enough water for the time in the desert!
Review submitted 25 Apr 2017