Skip to content

DISCOVER THE NATURAL AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE DESERT

About M'Hamid El Ghizlane

The Oasis of M’Hamid El Ghizlane is located at the gates of the Sahara, deep in the Draa Valley. The Oasis is trying to preserve its natural and cultural heritage threatened by the advance of the desert, and human activities.

Discover and discuss the sustainable, cultural and local development of this desert area with Halim Sbaï, a natural space guide working for 25 years at the Oasis of M’Hamid El Ghizlane

1st edition of the traditional songs festival in Drâa Zamane valley

In M'hamid El Ghizlane and It's ksours:
Ksar Bouno, Ksar M’hamid, Ksar Oulad Mhia, Ksar Talha and Ksar Oulad Driss

Discover our tours

"Mini-camel ride"

In The Oasis of M’hamid and a nomadic night in the middle of the desert.

Camel ride in the desert

For travelers passionate about nature, you are invited to live a few days…

The desert's magic

Arrival to M’Hamid (using your own transportation or accompanied by us)

Your guide

Halim Sbai, a natural space guide, approved by The Moroccan Ministry of TourismHe is the co-founder of Taraglat Festivaltaking place every winter in M'hamid. Originally from the region, he is passionate about desert, travel and music. He started organizing tours in the southern Morocco since 1993 and in 2001 he created a tourist transportation agency in Ouarzazate. He is involved with several organisations working on protecting the environment, and preserving the heritage of the Drâa Valley as well as promoting the sustainable tourism.

Play Video

Our Cultural Tours

S’adressent aux voyageurs dont la motivation principale est d’élargir leur horizon, d’échanger et rechercher des connaissances et des émotions en découvrant ce patrimoine ancestral. Les visiteurs traverseront les oasis de la vallée du Drâa encore peuplées de magnifiques vestiges d’anciennes Kasbahs et découvriront les sites archéologiques et historiques de la Hamada du Drâa et du Djebel Bani ainsi que le patrimoine immatériel de la région, avec la possibilité de rencontrer la population locale autour d’un rituel du thé ou un repas local : visite d’écoles, participation aux actions pour le développement durable ou encore plantation d’arbres et bien sûr, randonnées chamelières et à dos d’âne

en_USEnglish