Explore magic Sahara Desert in Morocco
The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world, and the third largest desert behind Antarctica and Arctic, which are both cold deserts. The Sahara is one of the harshest environments on Earth, covering 9.4 million square kilometers, nearly a third of the African continent, about the size of the United States. The name of the desert comes from the Arabic word ṣaḥrāʾ, which means "desert." Camels are one of the most iconic animals of the Sahara.They are also known as the "ships of the desert," are well-adapted for the hot, arid environment. The humps on a camel's back store fat, which can be used for energy and hydration in between meals. Camels store energy so efficiently that they can go more than a week without water and several months without food.
There are very few places on the earth with landscapes that are comparable with Sahara Desert. Many travellers visited Morocco had unforgettable experience in Sahara Desert. A desert adventure and spending a night under the stars is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you’re unlikely to experience anywhere else in the world. Travellers can spend their days camel trekking, giant dune trekking, quad ride, sandboarding and their nights singing, dancing under millions of stars. With longer time, they will be able to explore the desert at a more relaxed pace and visit nomad families at desert. Authentic experience!
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