Sleep Under the Stars in the Sahara

Gold toasted sand clash with purple skies, creating a harmonious balance that could only be achieved in the Sahara Desert. Transported to a land unlike any other, you feel as though this was all created specifically for you. Situated in North Africa, the Nile Valley, the Atlas Mountains of the Maghreb and the Sahara is a vast desert land named the third largest in the world.

Begin this bucket list adventure by riding a camel to a campsite of choice as the sun sets.  When night falls let yourself be swept up by the night sky of the Sahara which is storied for its brightly lit stars. Without light pollution from man-made structures, the Sahara Desert offers a view of the universe incredibly unique to the area. Every wanderlust traveler who finds themselves under these stars champions the experience as the very best. You will too as you realize stargazing will never be the same as the time spent in the Sahara.

Getting There

The Marrakesh Menara Airport is going to be one of the best options to get you to your sleep under the stars in the Sahara. This international airport is one of the busiest airports in Morocco. You can find direct flights from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, and Adelaide, or many international hubs will offer connecting flights into the land of golden suns with Emirates, British Airways, and Qantas Airways operated direct flights from Australia. From the airport, your journey becomes a part of the experience. Public transport, such as buses, will get you into the city’s busy streets. There are via flights from India, Oman, Egypt, and Kenya.The quintessential Sahara camel treks can be found amongst the city for your Sahara adventures. Guided travel of the Desert is highly encouraged and recommended to get the most of your experience and truly enjoy the thrilling isolation of a beautiful land.

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