Morocco Desert Tours FAQ
Is my departure guaranteed?
Please note there is a minimum number of 2 participants in order to guarantee each departure. Please wait until you’ve received confirmation from Sahara Tours Morocco before making any travel arrangements.
How do I get there?
Fly into Marrakech, Morocco (RAK), where you’ll be met by a representative from Sahara Tours Morocco and transferred to your hotel.
What are the accommodations like?
You will be staying in a 3-star hotels (locally rated as 4-star). Pricing is based on double occupancy accommodation in a shared room with either a double bed or two twin size beds. Berber desert camp provides comfortable permanent tents with mattresses and traditional local blankets with shared bathroom facilities.
I’m a solo traveler. What if I want my own room? Is there a single supplement?
Solo travelers or the odd numbered person in your group may opt to share with another person of the same gender (if available). If this option is not available, or if you would like to have your own room, you will need to pay a single supplement directly to the operator.
What meals are included?
Most meals are included, but an exact list of provided meals is listed in the itinerary.
How much extra money should I bring?
While in Morocco you will need sufficient funds to cover meals not included in the itinerary, drinks, snacks, souvenirs, tips and personal expenses such as laundry. These should generally all be paid for in Moroccan Dirham. It is difficult to recommend a level of personal spending money which will suit everyone as this can differ greatly, but as a guideline, please allow € 15-25 per person per day as a minimum. Allow more if you plan on doing lots of shopping, or buying many alcoholic drinks.
Can I cancel the trip?
You may cancel reservations up to 72 hours after a booking is made. After that time period, all cancellations/modifications are granted at the sole discretion of Sahara Tours Morocco. Cancellation processing fees may apply.
What about the weather ?
Morocco has a very varied geography ranging from sea-level to 4000m- high mountains and a temperate Mediterranean coastline with the harsh fringes of the Sahara desert. The climate of the High Atlas follows a similar pattern, although it is more extreme with bitterly cold winters lasting from October to mid-June. More information can be found at http://www.weather-forecast.com/countries/Morocco