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 Raid Salama have carefully selected the 4x4 vehicles and accommodation included in this trek. The hotels were chosen not only for their traditional character and charm, but also for their proximity to the route, avoiding additional travel time between stopovers. The camp at Erg Chegaga was included to bring an extra taste of adventure. The trip was organised with our top priority in mind: offer a rare and exotic break in the company of other women.

Rental car Mitsubishi Pajéro Sport

The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Africa cars were chosen for their easy handling and robustness. We fitted each 4x4 with a Sat. Nav. system, a recovery kit, a camping seat for lunch breaks in the desert and tow straps.



Raid Salama 2013 Hotels

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Hôtel Tichka Marrakech le 03/09/2013

The 4 Star Hotel Tichka is ideally located in the heart of the former palm grove Semlalia, just steps away from the city centre, with all the colourful bustle of the Jemaa El Fna Square which is approx 5 minutes drive away. Built in the form of 2 patios in the shape of "L" around a magnificent swimming pool, this peaceful haven is a terrific hotel for couples and families a nice range of leisure facilities and activities and 144 attractive rooms with modern amenities. Guests to the HotelTichka can explore all the famous attractions and delightful villages nearby and experience real Moroccan hospitality. Marrakesh Airport is 12 km from the hotel. Local Tips: The hotel is only a few meters away from the Jemaa El Fna Square, the Koutoubia Mosque, the city's monuments, and only a few minutes away for the new city and its trendy shops.

   La Perle du Dades, Boumalne du Dades le 03/10/2013   

Renovated in the purest tradition by professional craftsmen, the Kasbah La Perle du Dadès is situated in the Vallée du Dadès, between La Vallée des Roses and the Todra gorges.

The establishment holds 7 magical suites including one, settled in a cave, and 5 bucolic bedrooms with Afro-Moroccan decorum.

Nestled in the gardens, the Perle du Dadès mixes genuineness, harmony and welcoming sense. The Kasbah offers both French and Moroccan varied cuisine which respects flavours and senses. Adapted to everyone, quiet, the establishment puts at your disposal a swimming-pool and various relaxing places to isolate yourself


Hotel Kasbah Chergui ****,Erfoud le 03/11/2013


The El Chergui Kasbah Hotel is a newly constructed 4 star hotel, located in a very quiet part of Morocco, on the outskirts of Erfoud, 60km from Erg Chebbi, standing on a site that brings together the largest and most spectacular dunes in Morocco.

The Hotel has been built on an area of 25,000m2, surrounded by large extensions of land next to palm groves and rich vegetation, using the traditional techniques of the area to achieve this, without this having compromised any type of comfort or luxury that you would expect in a top class European hote


Tombouctou Kasbah, Merzouga**** le 03/12/2013


Kasbah Tombouctou, is located within the alluring and mystique of the Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga, Morocco. From this gaze, you will experience a panoramic view of the surrounding landscape overlooking golden sand dunes and breath taking oases in the cool of the desert. Erg Chebbi is the epitome of natural beauty and mystique, capturing the heart of the Saharan Desert.

Kasbah Tombouctou, is originally an old guesthouse that has since been remodelled and restored to its former glory as in days of old. This picturesque guesthouse has been set to a modern climate and décor to afford its guests both luxury and comfort. Kasbah Tombouctou, holds true to Middle Eastern architecture and milieu in every sense of the word.


Auberge Mharech, le 03/13/2013

A warm welcome awaits you when you visit the Oukherbouch family at the Oasis El Mharech in the Sahara Desert. The family will take great pleasure in offering you a pleasurable and authentic Moroccan experience. Whilst staying at the Auberge and Camping Oasis guests are made to feel like part of the family.


Chez le Pacha Kasbah, Ouled Driss le 03/14/2013

Inspired by the traditional clay architecture, this kasbah, with its magnificent twin towers, extends a warm welcome to travellers and guests. Showing respect and sensitivity for the natural environment and the traditions of the local people, Chez le Pacha offers a wide range of amenities designed to provide comfort without artifice. The hotel is run by the Dakhamat family in a spirit of conviviality and simplicity off the well-beaten tourist track. You will find an indoor air-conditioned restaurant, an outdoor restaurant under a Berber tent, a menzah, a swimming pool, various tents and terraces in a palm-shaded garden, as well as areas of recreation and repose.

Bivouac Erg Chegaga, le 03/15/2013

The camp is located 60 km from the village Mhamid, to reach the bivouac we need  2 hours in a 4x4.

The camp is situated at the foot of the dunes Chegaga the largest dunes in Morocco 350m above sea level, the camp of 20 tents made by the nomads, they are made of goat hair or camel and a mixture of wool, reinforced with a wooden frame. They are equipped to receive 2 to 4 people and give you maximum comfort.

The floor is covered with thick carpets, beds, mattresses, blankets and sheets, you will be provided. The tents are not connected to electricity, small candle lighting you will need. And 4 toilets and 4 showers with hot water heated with solar panels, which will ensure a supply of 220V to charge your batteries, appliances ....

Dar Chamaa Kasbah***, Ouarzazate le 03/16/2013

We wish that your stay were very agreeable and we put to your disposition quite our personnel and facilities in order that this way it is.

Constructed similarity of a former KASBAH, buildings done with mud and with towers in the corners.

In his interior the structure is from RIYADH; the spaces overturn to a central court with fountain, surrounded with series of arches.

Placed in a privileged environment, inside Ouarzazate's palm grove and with a impressive sights of the mountains of the Atlas


Le Riad Sirocco**** Marrakech, le 03/17/2013


Opened since 2007, in 9 km from Marrakesh in the shade of olive and orange trees, come to savor the peace and the tranquility of this place. It is in the middle of the green area.

The Riad is a charming hotel built in Pisé according to the traditional methods. Consisted of spacious rooms looking onto a large garden, they are quite distributed around a patio style cloisters.

You will enjoy the swimming pool, which is opened everyday during the day and the night. Rooms are equipped with air conditioning, chimney for winter, dressing.


Marrakesh is a popular travel destination in Morocco. Famous for ochre stucco buildings, the city is surrounded by the Atlas mountains, making for a spectacular setting. Capital of the south and known as the "red city", the atmosphere is decidedly more African than that


Return flight to Paris le 03/18/2013



If you would like any further information about the trek, please contact: raidsalama@free.fr


Essential paper work and documents


Passport and Visa Information :

Morocco does not require visa application to most countries and you need only to provide a valid passport of six month at least. Similar rules are applied on most European citizens, but you need to get the appropriate advises and make proper checkups with your consulate ahead of any holidays planning. Once in Morocco, you will submit a pre-filled in visitor’s card that will allow you to stay in the country for up to 3 months

Money :

The Dirham is the official currency in Morocco, not found outside the country. While there, money could be changed in most of the major cities where cash points and exchange offices thrive. Be it in a hotel, restaurants or souks, exchanging facilities are available everywhere and payments for meals, shopping souvenirs or extra services could be done with most cards such as Mastercard, Visa, Maetro and Cirrus. To get more information on this particular issue refer to our trip dossier for suggestions on how much extra spending to expect. 

Health and Vaccinations :

Traveling abroad requires a medical checkup before your holiday begins. However, there are not any particular or coercive vaccinations specifically to undertake to travel to the country. Yet, inoculations against Tetanus, hepatitis A and B are recommended and could be obtained from your local doctor. Most important is to get clear notifications about when to update them.

Our leading team should possess basic first aid qualifications and are all equipped with a first aid kit carried all times. Despite all that you need strongly an appropriate medical advice prior to all departures.

Language :

Despite the fact that Morocco is an Arabic country, French remains predominant in most big cities, hotels and restaurants. English is not widely spoken and it is important to learn some basic French to communicate and thus enjoy your trip. Mountains on the whole tend to speak Berber and its three main dialects, and Arabic is hardly used, let alone French and English.



A large bag for clothing, a small back bag for the day, walking shoes, sandals for the bivouac, Kwe, polar, personal drugs, sun lotion, a pair of sunglasses, cap, camera, a torch (frontal), spare batteries, toilet bag and other personal effects.


The route indicated will be able to only undergo modifications imposed by the climatic conditions.



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