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You can buy carpets, souvenirs etc.

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Khamlia is a little village in desert by the biggest dunes Erg Chebi in Morocco.



Khamlia is located 7km after Merzouga on the way to Taouz where asphalt road ends. All together there are 32 houses with about 150 persons. The majority of the people is black. The life is still calm and peaceful. In Khamlia are three small shop, a coffee house and a school. Here is also electricity and water.

Get in

To go to Khamlia is not easy if you don't have a car. But you can take a taxi or some other driver from Merzouga.

Khamlia Travel


You can not see here some museum or so but you can see the highest sand dunes in Morocco. You can see how people is living here.


You can take a promenade through the village, visit Berber family who will be happy for you. You are welcome also to visit the school, talk with children, play football with them. To go to the sand dunes is relaxing and exciting too. In opposite site is open area here and you can see even so far as to mountain. Of course, you will find here the famous music group Gnawa. Their music is ritual music and communicates with mystery. They will play for you anytime you wish. Take a tea and listen.


You can buy carpets, souvenirs etc.





Get out

To leave Khamlia is even more difficult than to reach it because the people will not let you go back. They are happy about you.

Khamlia is located about 7 km from the village Merzouga on the way to Taouz, Zagora and M´Fis - mineral mine. Both to Zagora and M´Fis you can go only by 4x4. To Taouz there is an asphalt road.

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