This Sahara desert camp is tucked into the Erg Chebi dunes near the village of Merzouga near the southeastern border of our mystery country. Most campers at this spot come through the oasis town of Erfoud, about a 90 minute drive to the northwest. This is glamping for sure. Tents are furnished with very comfortable beds, antique carpets and private toilets, showers and sinks. Sumptuous, multi-course meals are prepared in a kitchen tent right on the spot and served in a dining tent or in the open-air. After dark, local villagers entertain with traditional music and dancing around a central bonfire. Exploring the dunes by camel or on foot is encouraged, especially at sunset and sunrise, but only with a guide.
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