Overnight private flight to the Sahara Desert, Morocco

Experience Morocco from new heights with an exclusive overnight private plane trip to the Sahara Desert. Fly over the snow-capped peaks of the High Atlas Mountains and the dramatic Dades and Todra Gorges to the vast expanse of the Sahara Desert, before swapping your propeller for a camel and riding to your private overnight camp. You’ll be able to watch the spectacular sunset before dinner under the stars accompanied by local entertainment. The next day you’ll enjoy a cultural detour back to your plane from where you can continue your holiday in Marrakech or explore the Atlas Mountains or the charming coastline around Essaouira.

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private tented camp
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camel trek

Day 1

You will be met at your Marrakech hotel and transferred to the airport for your exclusive private flight over the High Atlas mountains and beautiful Dades & Todra Gorges. When you land at Errachidia Airport, you will be met by a 4x4 vehicle and driven along the impressive oasis of the Ziz Valley to Erfoud, through a deserted rocky plateau where you will enjoy the scenery and you may encounter nomads herding their camels. On arrival at Merzouga Dunes, you swap the vehicle for camels and ride to your private tented camp in the sand dunes. Dinner is served under the desert stars, and accompanied by local entertainment, before you retire to your tent for the night.

Day 2

After breakfast, you will be driven to Rissani, an important former post of trans-Saharan trading caravans, as well as the birthplace of the current dynasty, the Alaouites. After a visit to the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif, old Ksar of Abou Aam and souks, you will be driven back to Errachidia for your private return flight to Marrakech, and met on arrival to be taken back to your hotel or to your next destination.

Contact us for further details and a quote. Every holiday is tailor-made and you can either plan your trip around this itinerary or we can discuss other ideas and combinations.


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