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ASTRONOMY TRIPS

Stargazing in Sahara desert, Morocco

Tour from Marrakech to Fez

5 DAY STARGAZING TOUR

Tour from Fez to Marrakech

5 DAY DESERT ASTRONOMY

Tour from Marrakech to desert

4 Day from Marrakech to Fez 5 Day from Fez to Marrakech 5 Day from Marrakech

Star gazing is not one of the things that immediately springs to mind when you are visiting Morocco. However, it is an ideal destination because although most of us live in areas with high population density and light pollution which obstruct the natural starry sky, there are areas in Morocco where there are no city lights .Merzouga Erg chebbi sand dunes is one of the fabulous And unique paradises for stargazing in Morocco. Try Camel trek into the Sahara for an unforgettable night of stargazing at one of the spectacular desert sky . The stars in the Sahara are fantastic , and the sky is dark.

4 DAY DESERT ASTRONOMY

Contact

MOROCCO DESERT STAR GAZING

+212 661 503 500

atlaspaleos@gmail.com

www.moroccodesertstargazing.com


PRESENTED & COMMENTED BY :

M. Hammed Segaoui


Erg Chebbi, HassiLabiad
52202 Merzouga
Morocco

How to make a reservation?

Please contact us by e-Mail to: atlaspaleos@gmail.com or give us a call to: +212 661 503 500.

Our price includes: transport from your hotel , the astronomical event itself, incl. presentation, sky lecture and observation with our telescope and finally the lift back to your hotel.

DISCLAIMER :

Due to the special conditions existing in the Sahara we hereby assume no responsibilities of any sort whatsoever for the operation and integrity of our camp or the equipment and optics put at your disposal. Such conditions may include but cannot be limited to sandstorms, heat, clouds and rain.

As we operate in open air space, directly face to face with the actual sky serving as our planetarium, the exact weather is difficult to forecast a longer period in advance. This is why we will try to avoid the nights when the moon is too bright and the visibility very poor. We will publish every month the days when stargazing is possible.

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