This is straight from the Kasbahs and Camels Family Adventures dossier…
The tiny villages which lie in the valleys and cling to the flanks of the Anti-Atlas Mountains are inhabited by the hardy and hospitable Berber people. The few rough tracks which venture through this massive rock barrier eventually dissolve away into the Sahara sands beyond, bringing a final end to all attempts at a settled existence.
The chief objectives of this exciting trip are to enjoy the amazing contrasts of Southern Morocco. From exploring the fortified kasbahs and ksours of the Draa Valley, palm-fringed desert oases and the wilderness of the Sahara, to the mountainous interior and the coast.
Everywhere there is scenery of exceptional beauty.
We visit the ancient walled town of Marrakech, camp for a night in the desert, and stay in simple accommodation in a Berber village during our time in the Amein Valley – a unique experience not easily forgotten.
and a select few of our photos… we have soooo many more!