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About Erg Chebi

Erg Chebi is a stunning region that offers an undiluted flavour of Morocco. There are loads of great things for travellers to enjoy when in the area. If you're up for the adventure you can spend the night camping in the Sahara - it's a great excuse to spend as much time as possible watching the sun sink into its sunset and lift into its gorgeous sunrise. 

Erg Chebbi

Erg Chebi actually means 'head of dunes', and in the Sahara Desert there are many, many, many of those.

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Salamander tracks at Erg Chebbi

The Sahara Desert is home to interesting creatures. Here we have the tracks of a salamander taken at Erg Chebi.

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Erg Chebbi

The sky's ball of fire sinks behind the dunes on an evening in Erg Chebi.

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Erg chebbi in the Sahara Desert

When in Erg Chebi your experience simply isn't complete until you've ridden a camel over the sands of the Sahara Desert.

Image by James Byrum

Erg Chebbi

There you are - Erg Chebi.

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Erg Chebi is just the place to experience an authentic Sahara adventure, complete with camel ride, sand dunes and locals.



 

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