M’hamid el Ghizlane is at the end of the road the leads into the dessert.
It’s a strange way to start a story about going to Morocco at the end of the road into the desert at a town only 40km from the closed Algerian border.
But this is discontinuous narrative and at some stage I will get back to the start of the journey.
But getting to the desert and it’s nomadic herders was a dream for me.
At M’hamid the mighty breva was garaged while the crew at https://www.desertbivouac.com/ took control.
The Erg Chegaga is the biggest sand sea in Morocco and a perfect place get the feel of the desert.
At the one of the small oasis, or…
Or riding a ship of the desert in a sand sea.
Riding the waves of sand up to 300m high.
Waves that change colour with the setting sun.
To time this adventure with a desert full moon was extra special.
And to sit on a Berber carpet in the desert listening to the sounds of Bedouin singing and drumming beside the camp fire under its silver light
This has to be one of my most amazing travel experiences. So thanks to Desert Bivouac