Our comfortable desert camp is nestled within the erg Chebbi dunes in a private, secluded setting.
Experience beautiful and natural surroundings in a place where it's easy to unwind & relax, enjoying great food with a service of excellence.
Our aim is for you to have a completely enjoyable time, feeling comfortable and safe whilst experiencing our Amazigh culture at first hand whilst having somewhat of an adventure at the same time - ultimately we want you to simply have the best quality and most complete desert experience.
You can expect large, traditional berber style desert tents with clean, comfortable beds, spacious and airy shade rooms, further secluded areas in which you can relax and massive shower rooms with flush toilets.
Meals are freshly prepared using local produce and and catered to your individual preference, indeed you're welcome to meet our kitchen team and inspect the facilities.
Above all, you can expect a service of excellence, flexible and on hand yet unobtrusive.
Our price includes:
Refreshments upon arrival in Merzouga village; travel to and from the camp by camel or 4x4; delicious, freshly prepared supper, bottled water and soft refreshments throughout your stay; accommodation; hearty breakfast.
Interaction with guests
Our desert team will look after you during your stay. Our aim is to provide you with a service of excellence, always on hand yet unobtrusive.
Other things to note
Romeo, one of our camels is famous! And is mentioned along with Ali & Sara's Desert Palace in the latest edition (Aug 2014) of the Lonely Planet Guide where we've been awarded 'Top Choice' desert accommodation in the erg Chebbi dunes.
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We're a husband and wife team living in the erg Chebbi dunes, the desert near to Merzouga village where the villagers are mostly from the Amazigh tribe, more frequently known as berbers.
I'm English and Ali is Amazigh, previously a travelling nomad in the Sahara with his mother, father, 11 brothers and sisters plus various livestock until they made the move to village life.
We enjoy a great life which we'd like to share with you.