Mediterranean Sea

The Sahara is the hot desert, largest and most famous in the world and one of the most fascinating places on Earth. Split the African continent into two territories: on the one hand, the Maghreb countries of North Africa, including Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya and, on the other hand, the countries of sub-Saharan Africa, although the Sahara also covers large regions of Chad, Egypt, Mali, Niger and Sudan. In Morocco, they will have many opportunities to immerse themselves in their fascinating universe. The limits of the Sahara are the cordillera of the Moroccan Atlas mountains and the Mediterranean Sea to the North; the Atlantic Ocean to the West, the Red Sea and Egypt to the East and Sudan and the Valley of the River Niger to the South. It comprises several distinct ecoregions that make up a varied landscape composed of abundant mountains, basins, Plains, plateaus and sand seas. But the most sought after features of the Sahara desert are undoubtedly their countless types of sand dunes and other Sandy formations.

Some of these formations of sand They comprise pyramidal dunes up to 150 metres in height and whose creation, despite multiple studies conducted by many archaeologists and geologists, remains a mystery. The impressive sand dunes that can be found in some regions of the desert also attract many adventurers/ACE to this magical and remote corner of the universe. The Sahara is home to around 2.5 million people, most of whom live in Egypt, Mauritania, Morocco and Algeria, and a large number of peoples and languages. Dominant ethnicities in the Sahara are various groups of Berbers, among which the famous pastoral tribes of the Tuaregs, and several Berber groups Arabized as the Sahrawis of Western Sahara are included. Many of these inhabitants of the desert are nomadic and travel in caravans in search of trading elsewhere in the desert to survive.