1. Morocco Shared Group Tours from Marrakech
Here are the best Morocco Shared Desert Tours from Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga Sahara (Erg Chebbi dunes) and Dades Valley, Todra gorges, Ouarzazate, and Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
Best Travel deals for shared Groups exploring Morocco
Select one of our Morocco small group tours to get an opportunity to the beauty of the Morocco Sahara Desert, Erg Chebbi dunes, Erg Chigaga – and the Atlas Mountains landscapes.
By choosing a shared desert tour that suits your requirements, needs, and budget from our proposal Morocco shared group tours & excursions starting from the great city of Fes or the red ancient city of Marrakech to the awesome Moroccan Sahara Desert of Merzouga (Erg Chebbi dunes) or the rocky desert of Erg Chigaga (Zagora desert).
Find the best and funniest shared tours in Morocco. If you are one of those who travel alone to Morocco and a tailor-made trip escapes your budget or you simply want to enjoy the experience of traveling with a new group of people. Here we show you a series of group travel offers for key dates such as bridges and festivities. Don’t think twice and come to discover Morocco, you have no excuse!
We design the trip you are looking for and include accommodation, shared transportation, English-speaking driver/ guide, and activities according to your preferences. You just have to explain to us what you would like to do and based on the time available we advise you to close the tour and make a custom budget.
Important Note: Our Morocco Shared Group desert tours include camel trek and night in the Sahara and sandboarding. During this tour you’ll have your own room and private tent in the desert, you’ll be sharing just the transportation, so feel free to contact us.
Meet the most do Morocco Small Group Tours from Marrakech to Merzouga desert (Erg Chebbi) and back.
Discover the top Shared Group Tours from Fes to Merzouga Sahara Desert and back.
In general, the Morocco Shared Group Tours include the following depending on the tour length.
Shared Morocco Small Group Tours
Yes, of course, on our Morocco small group tours, you can include one of our Merzouga activities such as ATV Quad or buggy driving in your desert tour to make it a complete experience.
All desert camps we use on our Signature Morocco tours is a permanent tented camp. We offer different kinds of private tents for each individual, couple, or group depending on your choice. Between these tents is an open communal space with Moroccan carpets and tables where the group eats their meals. There are flush toilets and a shower on-site and a hose for washing.
You won’t need a sleeping bag on our Morocco desert tours as for the most part you’ll be staying in 3-4 star hotels and our desert camp provides all the bedding you need including pillows and blankets.
The camel trek takes about an hour and a half. Also, we can transfer you by our 4WD from and to the camp. If you prefer to walk then you can walk alongside our camel caravan but bear in mind that walking in the sand can be tiring.
On all our desert tours you will be staying in a mix of 4-star modern hotels and traditional Moroccan riads. This gives you a chance to experience the local hospitality and stay in accommodation that reflects the character of Morocco. On our Adventure range of tours in Morocco, the standard of accommodation is equivalent to a Western 3 star.
We use comfortable, 4WD or modern mini-vans with air-conditioning and good-sized windows through which to enjoy the passing views. There is a fair distance to cover in Morocco, especially if you want to see the main highlights. To reach the Sahara the drive time is around 6 to 8 hours, followed by a camel trek to get deep into the surrounding Erg Chebbi dunes.
The longest day of travel is the journey between Marrakech and Erg Chebbi if you didn’t spend one more night in the Dades valley. It’s a full day of driving but thankfully it’s a wonderfully scenic drive with a stop at the lovely alpine-style town of Ifrane located in the High Atlas Mountains.
On our Signature tours, you’ll have the opportunity to wander around what is described as the ‘Switzerland of Morocco’. Most other journeys are far shorter and the majority of your days will be spent out and about sightseeing.
Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times to visit Morocco. At these times of the year, you can expect pleasant temperatures and plenty of sunshine.
The landscape is particularly lovely in spring when it’s green and lush while autumn provides the best weather conditions for trekking.
Vegetables feature prominently in Moroccan cuisine so vegetarians should have no issues.
The average group size on our Morocco desert tours is between 2-8 travelers depending on the number of reservations at the same date for the same itinerary. As with all of our destinations, you can expect a real mix of ages ranging from those in their 20s to those in their 70s.
Finally, the Morocco Small Group Tours are designed for those who are interested in sharing the transportation with other passengers and not only for those who are on a budget such as students.
Anyhow, these shared group tours can’t replace the private ones no matter how tempting they are, if you could take a private Morocco tour, it is the best option and we highly recommend it. Otherwise, your seat will be on our shared group tours with other travelers (if there is any) with guaranteed departure.
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