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2013 Raid Salama Program


SALAMA TREK 2 - March 09 to 18, 2013

10 days in Morocco, including 8 nights in a hotel and one night in a bivouac in the desert. An eight-stage women-only adventure where you can discover the beauty of the Moroccan landscape



  The trek (1,800km)

The Salama trek takes you across one of the most beautiful regions of Morocco, where you’ll discover the country’s astounding and colourful landscape. We’ve selected a route that is accessible to everyone, whatever their level. The emphasis is not on skill or performance. We want you to enjoy driving across the desert, and discovering local Berber villages, palm groves and magical oases, vertiginous canyons and sun-kissed dunes.

A healthy dose of the exotic, a few giggles over a lunch-time picnic, and the luxury comfort of a hotel in the evening are all part of the Salama trek experience.

Day 01 Saturday march 09   Paris-Marrakech outbound flight



                            Night and dinner at the Tropicana hotel marrakech


Day 02  Sunday march 10:Marrakech - Boumalne du Dades: exploring the High Atlas mountains


                                  Arrival for night and dinner at the Kasbah La Perle du Dades



Day 03 Monday march 11   Boumalne du Dades - Erfoud : desert bound


                                  Arrival for night and dinner at the Chergui hotel Erfoud


Day 04 Tuesday  march 12  Erfoud-Merzouga: the magical light of the Erg Chebbi dunes


Arrival for night and dinner at the hotel Kasbah Tombouctou very well placed in middle of                                                   the sand dunes of Merzouga


Day 05 Wednesday  march 13  Merzouga-El March: dinosaur valley


                                Arrival for night and dinner at the Auberge El March


Day 06 Thursday march 14   El-March - Ouled Driss: from arid desert to the verdant Draa valley

                                Arrival for night and dinner at the hotel Kasbah Chez le Pacha Ouled Driss


Day 07  Friday march 15  Ouled Driss-Erg Chegaga: lake Irriki



                                Arrival for night and dinner at the erg Chegaga Campement


Day 08   saturday march 16  Erg Chegaga-Ouarzazate: the Anti Atlas mountains



                 Arrival for night and dinner at the Dar Chamaa Kasbah, Ouarzazate


 Day 09 Sunday  march 17  Ouarzazate-Marrakech: the end of the journey


                 Arrival for night and dinner at the Riad Sirocco, Marrakech


 Day 10  Monday marh 18    Return flight



                                  A WORD FROM THE ORGANISER

The Salama trek project was my way of allowing women to give free reign to their sense of adventure through a unique and friendly women-only trek. But this kind of adventure can’t be improvised, it must be professionally and flawlessly organised. I called upon the expert help of a professional team, led by specialists in the African terrain. Alain Perez is not only a former advanced motorbike rally driver, but he also organises his own treks. Together with Pascal Lafarge, an exceptional mechanic with a long experience in car repairs, they form the expert dream team who are on hand to make sure you enjoy the experience to the full.

                                  A WORD FROM THE PARTICIPANTS

Participants in the first trek:

Karine G.

"I’ve said it manytimes, and I’ll say it again: it was fantastic, thank you all again and well done. It’ll be in our hearts and minds for a long time yet!"


Sabrina C.

"Thanks to all three of you, for your hard work before and during the trek. Everything was amazing (...) Although it seems so far away now, I’ll never forget any of it (...). A compelling, varied and amazing trek. And flawless safety!It was a truly unforgettable experience, all 3 of you were wonderful, each in your own way. We learnt so much!"


Florence G.

"I think very fondly of the trek. I frequently visit the site to look at the familiar faces and landscapes–it’s like a breath of fresh air. The setting was simply wonderful!! Everything had been thought out right down to the tiniest detail, and there wasn’t even the slightest hitch! From the series of emails counting down the days to the trek, to the website that you visit 10 times a day to dream about the adventure (and 100 times once you’re back!), even the road books which enabled us to pretend we were true “gazelles” and taught to use the Sat. Nav. system...there was such attention to detail, right down to the meals. Above all, there was a feeling of safety at all times. No worrying about getting stuck in the sand, getting lost, or making a wrong move: Pascal and Alain were there to reassure us, listen to us and help. And that’s important when you’re the first one to get stuck in the sand!!


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