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'''Saharan Morocco''' is a vast desert region dividing [[Morocco]] and [[Algeria]]. Its a hot, dry and often picturesque area.
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Located around 35km from the Algerian border in the extreme south-east corner of Morocco lies M`Hamid, gateway to the desert. " Bivouac sous les Etoiles " organizes visits or touring treks. These treks will familiarize you with an area steeped in local traditions, magnificent landscapes whose beauty is surpassed only by their size, where the people are friendly and open.
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* [[Merzouga]] –
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Bivouac sous les Etoiles” is a small travel agency composed of an active group of young Moroccans who are totally at ease in the desert. The headquarters are located in the centre of M'hamid. The agency is run by Hassan Laghfiri, who was born and brought up in M'hamid and knows the desert and its surroundings like the back of his hand. He will be your coordinator. Danielle, a French native living in M'hamid, assists him in the office and with general information.
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L’agence : 00212 (0) 5 24 84 61 75
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* [[M'Hamid]] –
  
Hassan : 00212 (0) 6 70 96 56 00
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* [[Ouarzazate]] – Considered the capital of the south, a great example of preservation and tourism that hasn't destroyed the feel of a fantastic and ancient city
  
Danielle : 00212 (0) 6 71 84 16 13
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* [[Rissani]] - This small oasis town lies near the northwest edge of the Sahara
  
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Revision as of 22:39, 28 August 2009

Saharan Morocco is a vast desert region dividing Morocco and Algeria. Its a hot, dry and often picturesque area.

Contents

Towns

  • Ouarzazate – Considered the capital of the south, a great example of preservation and tourism that hasn't destroyed the feel of a fantastic and ancient city
  • Rissani - This small oasis town lies near the northwest edge of the Sahara

Other destinations

Understand

Talk

Get in

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