Moroccan Sahara

Merzouga - Main Luxury Camp

Authentic luxury tented camp in the Sahara

A nomadic night in the Sahara

In the quiet and idyllic sand sea of Erg Chebbi, the Camp has 15 traditional and spacious Berber style tents, while there is also the option to arrange a private set up with five tents.

Most overnight stays here include a camel ride to the top of a high dune for sunset and an authentic Moroccan before awaking with the sunrise. For longer stays, there are peaceful walks, yoga, fossil hunting, quad biking and picnics at the nearby oasis.


Camel rides

Desert walks


ATV and 4x4 excursions

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Places to combine Merzouga with


La Mamounia
In an enviable location close to Marrakesh’s medina and Jemaa el Fna square, in the middle of beautiful royal gardens from which it takes its name, La Mamounia is an icon of luxury and Moroccan hospitality. For almost a century, the landmark hotel has attracted dignified clientele from around the globe, being a firm favourite of Winston Churchill (who has both a suite and bar named in his honour) and Hollywood stars, as well being where James Stewart and Doris Day stay in Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’. While countless other luxury hotels have opened in Marrakesh since 1923, La Mamounia has confidently remained one of the finest establishments in the city with modern yet considerate updates under notable architects to its palatial Deco-Moroccan interiors, world class chefs and timeless service. There are 136 rooms, 71 suites and three private three-bedroom riads. The higher the floor, the better the view over the medina or gardens, especially from those with private balconies. The style is unashamedly Moroccan, with dazzling tiles, intricate stuccowork and sumptuous fabrics. Four acclaimed restaurants include the slightly formal Le Français, L’Italien and fabulous Le Marocain, each serving modern takes on national cuisine, as well as the relaxed Pool Pavilion, the spot for breakfast and lunch buffets as well as a famous Sunday brunch. There are also four bars and a pastry shop which sits the edge of the park. Another highlight here is the expansive spa, with traditional hammams, heated pool, and numerous booths to indulge in all-natural products made from Moroccan argon oil, ghassoul, saffron and more.