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Trail riding in the Sahara desert in Morocco

Desert Cavalcade

8 days / 6 days riding from £ 680

Riding levels

Each of our trips is assigned a minimum level of riding ability required. This reflects whether there is technical riding required; the terrain to be covered; the liveliness of the horses; the length of the riding days and the riding fitness required.




For novice riders, these riding holidays will give beginners the chance to get used to being in the saddle. In general, a beginner/ novice hasn't learned how to canter and has not yet mastered rising trot. They are able to mount safely and to control a horse at a walk. 



For intermediate riders who are at ease at 2 paces (walk and rising trot and are starting to canter in a forward seat) out in open countryside. The intermediate rider is able to mount and dismount their horse unassisted, use basic riding aids, ride at a rising trot for at least 10 minutes, to change and control the pace from a walk to a trot and comfortably canter over short distances.



For experienced riders who have mastered all 3 paces (walk, rising trot, canter in a forward seat) over uneven terrain. The experienced rider rides regularly, has a good seat and is confident of their own ability. They are able to control the horse at speed and change direction of their horse at any pace and in any circumstance as needed.



For advanced riders who have mastered all 4paces (walk, rising trot, canter gallop in a forward seat) over uneven terrain on all types of horses including those that are very spirited. The advanced rider rides regularly has good physical fitness, has good soft hands and has the ability to gallop for long stretches without getting tired.



For all riders, whether they are novices, intermediate level, experienced or advanced. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance training, natural horsemanship, trail riding orcentre based safaris.



For beginners and intermediate level riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capability of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For beginners, intermediate level  and experienced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For intermediate level and experienced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtraining,endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For intermediate level, experiencedand advanced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtrainingendurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For experiencedand advanced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtraining,endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.

Comfort

Each of our rides has been assigned an expected level of comfort

Nights in tents, outdoor dining

 

EQUUS JOURNEYS Fingerpost Cottage
Hopton Wafers
Shropshire, DY140NA. UK
Phone : +44 (0) 1905 388977
INFO@EQUUS-JOURNEYS.COM

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MOROCCO-Desert Cavalcade

8 days / 6 days riding from 680£


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Make your way through the desert on a horseback trail ride in Southern Morocco through a beautiful string of oases. Ride past the first sand dunes of the Sahara, through villages and past ksours and kasbahs surrounded by the green of palm groves and between the impressive hill ranges.

Strengths

- Ride through the first big dunes of the Moroccan Sahara
- Experience the mysterious life of the villages nestled in the palm groves of the Draa Valley, one of the most inhabited areas of southern Morocco
- Large, wide open spaces offer plenty of oppotunities for faster riding
- The route offers a wide variety of sights to discover: the fortified medina of Oulad Driss, the desert village of Mhamid and the ancient kasbah of Benu

Itinerary

Day 1: LONDON - OUARZAZATE -

Accommodation : HÔTEL FINT

International flights are not included.

Please note that there are currently no direct flights from the UK to Ouarzazate so it may be easier to fly to Marrakech and take the private transfer by road to Ouarzazate.

If flying in to Marrakech, then you need to arrive by 14:00 to allow time for the transfer (4 hrs). This is payable locally and will be split between all riders arriving that day.

You will be collected from arrivals by a representative holding an Equus Journeys sign and driven directly to your hotel.

Day 2 : OUARZAZATE - ZAGORA - DJEBEL BANI - 6 hours riding

You will be collected from your hotel in the morning at 07:00 and driven to Zagora through the Draa Valley (a journey of around 170km c. 3-4 hours). On your arrival in Zagora, you will be met by the riding team and allocated your horse for the week.

After checking that everyone is happy and comfortable, you will head out riding in a southwesterly direction. Crossing the vast Feija plateau you will get your first taste of the enormity of the Sahara and slowly approach the last mountain range separating you from the desert - Djebel Bani. Riding up via a small, winding path you will reach a peak from where you should have impressive views of the Feija plateau and further afield to Djebel Saghro.

You will then ride down through a narrow gorge, at the bottom of which is a small oasis, frequented by nomads; it is here that you will camp for the night.

Day 3 : DJEBEL BANI - OUED NAAM - 5 hours riding

You will set off on horseback to a new desert plateau where only a few acacia trees seem to resist the drought. Here will come in to view the first dunes of the Moroccan Sahara, whose size will only continue to increases as you ride further south. The horizon here seems almost without limits.
This area of the desert is maintained as a nature reserve and is home to an ever-growing population of gazelles and ostriches.

Day 4 : OUED NAAM - OULED DRISS - 5 hours riding

Today you will start by riding through sand dunes dotted with tamarisk, a plant native to this arid region. You may also come across nomadic camps in the form of kheimas - low tents made of camel and goat wool that are typical to Southern Morocco. Your ride will continue to the end of the Draa valley where buildings will start to appear in the midst of the Bounou palm grove. The Ksar here, a fortified village, is one of the valley's most striking. Your ride will come to an end for the day at the village of Ouled Driss where you will camp for the night.

Day 5 : OULED DRISS - NESRATE - 5 hours riding

In the morning, you will be back in the saddle for day's ride through the Draa valley, crossing the dunes and plateaus at a faster pace. Riding through the Djebel Selman mountain pass, you will come out into another impressive set of sand dunes. You will arrive at the palm grove of Tagounit and pass through fields and small villages (ksours) with decorated walls.

This route passes the old palm grove of Nesrate which has now been re-claimed by the sand. You will camp out in the dunes.

Day 6 : NESRATE - OUED DRAA - 5 hours riding

Today you will re-join the hustle and bustle of the villages in the valley: a succession of ksours and gardens in the heart of the oasis will offer refreshing shade; the palm grove comes to an end where the Oued Draa (Draa river) passes between Djebel Bani and Djebel Tadrart. Continuing on horseback along this pass between the hill ranges, you will reach another shady palm grove and spend the night camping in the oasis.

Day 7 : OUED DRAA - TINFOU DUNES - OUARZAZATE - 2-3 hours riding

Accommodation : HÔTEL FINT

Riding northwards, you will follow trails that wind through ksours and cultivated palm fields to reach the village of Tinfou where impressive dunes threaten to engulf homes and crops. Dune stabilisation measures have been taken but the results have yet to be qualified as a success. Here, you will say goodbye to your horse and the team and you will be transferred (c. 4 hrs) back to Ouarzazate.

You will spend the night in a hotel opposite the medina, the old town, and have dinner out with your guide.

Day 8 : OUARZAZATE - LONDON -

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to London. If you are flying from Marrakech then your flight must depart later than 16:00 to allow time for the road transfer (payable locally).


Price details

- Groups are composed of a minimum of 2 riders and a maximum of 10 riders

- If there are fewer than four in the group then there is a small group supplement payable:
> Rides can be guaranteed with only 2 riders with a supplement of £225 (c. £255 in 2020)

Once a group size of three has been reached, we will remove this supplement from your invoice and refund it if it has already been paid.

- Transfers are included from Ouarzazate, but if you arrive into Marrakech then there is an additional transfer cost of c. €140 (c. £125) each way (per vehicle and split between all guests arriving/departing Marrakech)

- If you wish to guarantee single accommodation for the duration of the trail, the supplement is approx. £105 ( £110 in 2020)
Please Note
The itinerary may be modified at anytime for security reasons, meteorological or events beyond our control such as blocked roads, rivers in flood, drought, strikes and local holidays. Equus Journeys, our local partners and their local guides will always strive to find the best solution and will alter the itinerary as needed.
The names of the hotels and accommodation are given for information only and depending on availability, they may be modified without notice and replaced by another of a similar standard.

PRICE INCLUDES

Support Team

1 English or French speaking horse guide
1 groom

Support Team

1 cook
1 horse equipped with saddle and bridle per rider
1 vehicle and driver

Inland transports

Transfers from Ouarzazate airport if your arrival date matches the rest of the group
Private bus or Land rover

Accommodation

2 person tents and foam mattress
Double/triple room in hotel standard 3/4*

Meals

Mineral water and softs served reasonable quantity during the meals
Full board from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8

Additional equipment

First aid kit

OPTION

Single room/tent supplement

PRICE DOESN'T INCLUDE

Meals

Free lunchs on D1 and D8 depending on your departure time
Beverage (except during the trek) and personal extra

International transport

Extra

Tips to local team
Park, museum and touristic sites fees

Insurance

Cancellation and travel insurance are not included in the above listed price. Please note that insurance is mandatory. We recommend taking out an insurance policy as soon as your trip is booked to cover you in case of cancellation

TIPS

It is customary to tip the local team as a gesture of thanks and we would recommend c. £30 for the week, but you should give what you feel is right.

HORSES

The horses are Barb or Barb Arabian and many are stallions. They are forward going but sensible and perfectly adapted to the desert landscape with big hearts, small feet and smooth paces. They are not particularly big and stand 14hh - 15.2hh.

MINIMUM RIDING ABILITY

You should be a capable rider who is happy riding outdoors in all paces. You should be able to control your horse (speed and direction) in walk, trot and canter whilst maintaining a light hand.

If you weigh more than 90kg or are over 1.95m tall then please contact us to enquire about a suitable horse.

PACE

There are long periods of walking interspersed with good trots and canters each day. There may also be opportunities for gallops where the terrain allows.
Please note that canters are usually in single file, particularly at the start of the week, due to the temperaments of the horses.

TACKING ABILITY AND PARTICIPATION

Everyone is expected to participate in caring for the horses - grooming, tacking up and un-tacking. You are also expected to assist around the camp, such as erecting and dismantling tents. You can participate in feeding and watering the horses if you wish.

TRIP CONDITIONS AND REQUESTED EXPERIENCE

You should be in good physical condition and fit enough for long hours in the saddle. You should also be prepared for cold evenings in the desert, particularly during December and January.

Experience of riding a trail of several days would be an advantage but is not required. Riders who do not ride regularly should ensure they are back in the saddle and riding fit before departure.

Visiting a new country offers the opportunity to meet other cultures with different mentalities, therefore it is important to accept these differences and respect the local way of life.

EQUESTRIAN EQUIPMENT

There are saddle bags on some of the horses so that you can carry suncream etc with you during the day.
We recommend our riders to wear a helmet to the correct standard and you should bring your own to ensure a proper fit.

COMFORT

In Ouarzazate you will stay in a 3 star hotel in double or 3-person rooms.
On the trail you will camp in two-man tents with mattresses. You will need to bring your own sleeping bag. There is a central "caidale" Moroccan tent for meals, a toilet tent and a hot shower tent.

CLIMATE

In southern Morocco the rains are rare but not non-existent and in recent years the Sahara has experienced substantial rainfall.
In the Spring and Autumn months the temperatures are pleasantly warm. In October and April the temperatures can be 35c during the day, dropping to 20c at night whilst in November, February and March it is a little cooler (25c daytime and 12c night).
In the heart of the winter (December/January) the mornings and evenings can be cold, as low as minus 5c. At midday the temperatures will be 18-20c can drop rapidly once the sun sets.
In summer it is too hot to ride (45c) and so no desert trails run in the summer.

Meals

A cook travels with you and prepares all of the meals. You will usually have a cold lunch and a hot evening meal when camping. Meals are typical Moroccan cuisine.

Water is provided on the trail. Please bring your own water bottle to fill in.

Support Team

Guide and local team

You will be guided by local Moroccan's who are familiar with the horses and the landscape. They will be accompanied by grooms. At least one of the guides will speak English but the grooms may only speak French and Arabic.

Packing list

Head
- Equus Journeys strongly recommend that you wear a riding helmet and that you take your own to ensure a correct fit.
- Sunhat for when not riding
- Sunglasses - with a cord attached so they don't fly off when riding
- Buff or bandana

Upper body
- Long sleeved shirts provide protection from the sun and dust
- T-shirts
- Fleece, jumper or jacket - the evenings can be cold
- Waterproof jacket - the rains can be difficult to foresee and it's better to be prepared. Layering is key to cope with the fluctuations in temperature between day and night
- Casual clothes for the evening

Legs
- Lightweight, comfortable riding trousers or jodhpurs - we recommend riding in them at home before taking them on holiday to ensure they don't rub
- Shorts for lazy lunchtimes
- Casual clothes for the evening

Hands and Feet
- Comfortable riding boots. We recommend short boots with half chaps as long chaps/long boots can get very hot.
- Sandals, flip-flops or trainers for moving around the camp
- Gloves - your hands are particularly exposed to the sun whilst riding

Nightwear
- Thermals are a good option for sleeping in, or a t-shirt and shorts for warmer nights
- A woolly hat when camping (desert nights can be cold)
- Sleeping bag - we recommend a comfort factor of 2-5c (Oct-Nov and Feb-April) and minus 5 - minus 8 for Dec/Jan. We also recommend taking a silk or fleece liner for an extra layer

Our Recommendations
- Please don't take a hard sided suitcase. Your luggage should be soft sided and you should pack it into two bags if it weighs more than 15kg so it's easier for the team to transport between camps
- Take a second, smaller bag to pack things you may need during the day such as a book or sunscream then you can easily access it during the long lunch break
- We recommend travelling in your riding boots and carrying your hat and some riding clothes in your hand luggage - then if your luggage goes astray you are still able to ride!

Other useful items
- Swimsuit
- Towel. Camping towels will pack lighter and dry more easily
- Sarong (for going to/from the shower tent)
- Water bottle (1.5 litre or two x 1 litre)
- Hand sanitiser
- Wet wipes for when showers aren't possible
- Camera and high capacity memory card. Spare battery
- Bumbag for carrying your camera and small items whilst riding
- Headtorch or small torch for moving around camp at night
- Toilet paper and small plastic bags for taking rubbish away

In your luggage
- Any liquids, such as shampoo, moisturiser, deodorant unless they are less than 100ml and all bottles can fit in a small, clear, plastic ziplock bag.
- Small penknife

In your hand luggage
- Any valuables, such as your camera, ipod, ipad etc.
- Your riding hat

Medical kit
- Sunscreen and lip balm - must be high factor
- Insect repellent
- Any medication you regularly take
- Blister plasters in case of any rubs
- Antiseptic cream, plasters, aspirin, anti-histamine, insect-bite salve etc...
- Rehydration sachets (dioralyte or similar)
- Spare prescription glasses/contact lenses
- Ear plugs, particularly if you are a light sleeper
- Micropur or similar water purification tablets

ENTRY FORMALITIES

It is your responsibility to ensure you have the valid visa requirements for entry.
We will endeavour to keep this section up to date, but please visit https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/morocco.html (US citizens) or https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco/entry-requirements (UK citizens) for further information.

To enter Morocco, a passport valid for the duration of your stay is required by all British, American, Canadian and EU nationals. However, the Moroccan Consulate General in London advise that your passport should be valid for at least 3 months on your date of entry to Morocco. If your passport does not meet this requirement you may face difficulties and you should check with the Moroccan authorities and your travel provider before travelling.

Passport note:
You should ensure that your passport is stamped when you enter the country. Some tourists have experienced difficulties leaving the country because their passport bears no entry stamp. Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay in Morocco. No additional period of validity beyond this is required.

Visas
Visas are not required by British, American, Canadian and EU nationals for stays in Morocco of up to three months.

Addresses of consulates

  • Paris | Ambassade du Maroc
    5, rue Le Tasse
    75116 Paris
    Tél. : 01.45.20.69.35
    Fax :
    info@amb-maroc.fr
  • Ambassade de France au Maroc
    1 rue Aguelmane Sidi Ali Agdal BP 602
    Rabat - Chellah

    Tél. : +212 5 37 27 66 00
    Fax : +212 5 37 27 67 11
    webmestre@ambafrance-ma.org
  • Moroccan Consulate
    Diamond House
    97-99 Praed Street, Paddington
    W2 1NT London
    Tél. : +44 020 7724 0624
    Fax :

HEALTH

There are no legal requirements regarding vaccinations. Still, it's a good thing to get your vaccinations in order before travelling to Morocco. The general vaccination against Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio (DTP) is recommended. Also both hepatitis A as well as typhoid would be recommended.
Malaria is very rare and present only in a few remote areas. Don't underestimate this tropical disease and take precautions. Buy repellent (preferably with 50% DEET), and sleep under a net.

TRAVEL INSURANCE

It is a condition of your booking with Equus Journeys that you have travel insurance which covers you for the riding activities to be undertaken. Your travel insurance should cover you for medical expenses and repatriation. Your guides will require your travel insurance details before they allow you to ride and may refuse to let you ride if you cannot provide them. You should take your insurance documents with you.

TELEPHONE AND JET LAG

The telephone dialling code is +212.
Roaming agreements exist with international mobile phone companies. Coverage is good in towns and cities, and across the west of Morocco, but a little more erratic east and further south.

Time zone: GMT

BUDGET AND MONEY

The official currency is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD). One dirham is equivalent with 100 santimat (singular: santim).
• Banknotes 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 dirham
• Coins 1, 5, 10, 20 santimat; ½, 1, 2, 5, and 10 dirham

VOLTAGE

127/220 volts AC, 50Hz, depending on age and location of building. Plugs usually have two round pins or the standard three pin UK.

ACTIVITY :Trail Riding

LEVEL :Help

COMFORT :Help

Make your way through the desert on a horseback trail ride in Southern Morocco through a beautiful string of oases. Ride past the first sand dunes of the Sahara, through villages and past ksours and kasbahs surrounded by the green of palm groves and between the impressive hill ranges.

  • Out in the desert
    Horeriding in the sahara dunes
  • Out on the trail in the Sahara desert
    Trail riding through the Sahara Desert in Morocco
  • A spare horse carrying supplies
    Sahara desert on horseback
  • Crossing the desert
    Horse riding trail in the Sahara Desert in Morocco
  • You ride beautiful Barb horses
    Horseback trail riding in the Sahara in Morocco
  • Beautiful architecture enroute
    Horseback trail ride ine the Sahara in Morocco
  • The guide riding a stallion
    Arabian horse in Sahara desert
  • Locals with camels
    Camel and locals in Morocco
  • An oasis in the dunes
    Oasis and dunes in Sahara, Morocco
  • Not a cloud in sight
    Sahara Desert hore riding trail
  • At the top of a dune
    Horseriding on the dunes in Sahara desert

STRENGTHS

- Ride through the first big dunes of the Moroccan Sahara
- Experience the mysterious life of the villages nestled in the palm groves of the Draa Valley, one of the most inhabited areas of southern Morocco
- Large, wide open spaces offer plenty of oppotunities for faster riding
- The route offers a wide variety of sights to discover: the fortified medina of Oulad Driss, the desert village of Mhamid and the ancient kasbah of Benu

ITINERARY

Day 1: LONDON - OUARZAZATE -

Accommodation : HÔTEL FINT

International flights are not included.

Please note that there are currently no direct flights from the UK to Ouarzazate so it may be easier to fly to Marrakech and take the private transfer by road to Ouarzazate.

If flying in to Marrakech, then you need to arrive by 14:00 to allow time for the transfer (4 hrs). This is payable locally and will be split between all riders arriving that day.

You will be collected from arrivals by a representative holding an Equus Journeys sign and driven directly to your hotel.

Day 2 : OUARZAZATE - ZAGORA - DJEBEL BANI - 6 hours riding

You will be collected from your hotel in the morning at 07:00 and driven to Zagora through the Draa Valley (a journey of around 170km c. 3-4 hours). On your arrival in Zagora, you will be met by the riding team and allocated your horse for the week.

After checking that everyone is happy and comfortable, you will head out riding in a southwesterly direction. Crossing the vast Feija plateau you will get your first taste of the enormity of the Sahara and slowly approach the last mountain range separating you from the desert - Djebel Bani. Riding up via a small, winding path you will reach a peak from where you should have impressive views of the Feija plateau and further afield to Djebel Saghro.

You will then ride down through a narrow gorge, at the bottom of which is a small oasis, frequented by nomads; it is here that you will camp for the night.

Day 3 : DJEBEL BANI - OUED NAAM - 5 hours riding

You will set off on horseback to a new desert plateau where only a few acacia trees seem to resist the drought. Here will come in to view the first dunes of the Moroccan Sahara, whose size will only continue to increases as you ride further south. The horizon here seems almost without limits.
This area of the desert is maintained as a nature reserve and is home to an ever-growing population of gazelles and ostriches.

Day 4 : OUED NAAM - OULED DRISS - 5 hours riding

Today you will start by riding through sand dunes dotted with tamarisk, a plant native to this arid region. You may also come across nomadic camps in the form of kheimas - low tents made of camel and goat wool that are typical to Southern Morocco. Your ride will continue to the end of the Draa valley where buildings will start to appear in the midst of the Bounou palm grove. The Ksar here, a fortified village, is one of the valley's most striking. Your ride will come to an end for the day at the village of Ouled Driss where you will camp for the night.

Day 5 : OULED DRISS - NESRATE - 5 hours riding

In the morning, you will be back in the saddle for day's ride through the Draa valley, crossing the dunes and plateaus at a faster pace. Riding through the Djebel Selman mountain pass, you will come out into another impressive set of sand dunes. You will arrive at the palm grove of Tagounit and pass through fields and small villages (ksours) with decorated walls.

This route passes the old palm grove of Nesrate which has now been re-claimed by the sand. You will camp out in the dunes.

Day 6 : NESRATE - OUED DRAA - 5 hours riding

Today you will re-join the hustle and bustle of the villages in the valley: a succession of ksours and gardens in the heart of the oasis will offer refreshing shade; the palm grove comes to an end where the Oued Draa (Draa river) passes between Djebel Bani and Djebel Tadrart. Continuing on horseback along this pass between the hill ranges, you will reach another shady palm grove and spend the night camping in the oasis.

Day 7 : OUED DRAA - TINFOU DUNES - OUARZAZATE - 2-3 hours riding

Accommodation : HÔTEL FINT

Riding northwards, you will follow trails that wind through ksours and cultivated palm fields to reach the village of Tinfou where impressive dunes threaten to engulf homes and crops. Dune stabilisation measures have been taken but the results have yet to be qualified as a success. Here, you will say goodbye to your horse and the team and you will be transferred (c. 4 hrs) back to Ouarzazate.

You will spend the night in a hotel opposite the medina, the old town, and have dinner out with your guide.

Day 8 : OUARZAZATE - LONDON -

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to London. If you are flying from Marrakech then your flight must depart later than 16:00 to allow time for the road transfer (payable locally).

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YOUR ADVISOR

Did you know?

Riding in the Sahara desert is a memorable experience. The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world, and the third largest desert after Antarctica and the Arctic. Its combined surface area of 3,600,00 square miles is comparable to the respective land areas of China and the USA. It stretches from the Atlas mountains in north Africa to the Sahel in the south - a band of semi-arid tropical savannah. Many of its sand dunes are over 180 metres high.

The Sahara desert is the hottest place on earth, with summer temperatures often exceeding 57c. The annual rainfall is less than 25mm and there are often strong winds, which means the dunes are constantly shiftingand sand can be swept up to heights of 1,000 metres.

Despite its inhospitable environment there are small areas of vegetation with desert adapted plants germinating within two days of any precipitation and sowing their seeds within two weeks. There are also mammals such as the addax, a large whie antelope which can go nearly a year without drinking!

The northern edges of the Sahara through which you ride on horseback contains oases and date palm plantations as well as typical sand dune landscapes. The landscape is incredibly varied and our desert trails are amongst our most popular horseback holidays. 


Early bird discounts
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  • This 3% early bird discount applies to the cost of the trip, and excludes transfers & supplements, international or domestic flights, and any additional services.
  • This offer cannot be combined with any other current discount.