Adventure Travel In Mauritania
Adventure lovers will enjoy the Sahara Overland trip through the greatest desert in the world close to Mauritania, where the beautiful scenery will take your breath away.
During your trip you will be able to choose from two routes. Morocco and Mauritania is the first and the second is Tunisia and Algeria with both routes travelling into Mali.
The Sahara Overland trip is not far from Mauritania and the trip includes all of your camping, guide and park fees as well as all transport.
Trip of a Lifetime
At each destination, you will be camping with some camp sites facilitating showers. Also, you will be travelling around in Africa’s modern day camels, Toyota Landcruisers. This trip is for those who want to get back to basics, have an adventure and enjoy the essence of Africa.
This trip of a lifetime is the perfect holiday for those who want to experience is most amazing desert in the world as well as meeting communities and people you find anywhere else. The landscapes, sites and sunsets that you see on your trip are certain to take your breath away and we are sure this will be a holiday that you will remember forever.
For the majority of your Sahara Overland trip, you will explore the area close to Mauritania as part of a travelling camp, which will be led by various tour guides.
Mauritania officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is an Arab Maghreb country in West Africa. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in the west, by Western Sahara (controlled by Morocco) in the north, by Algeria in the northeast, by Mali in the east and southeast, and by Senegal in the southwest. It is named after the ancient Berber Kingdom of Mauretania, which later became a province of the Roman Empire, even though the modern Mauritania covers a territory far to the south of the old Berber kingdom that had no relation with it. The capital and largest city is Nouakchott, located on the Atlantic coast.
About Sahara Overland
Sahara Overland trip is a 3-4 week trip which covers three countries and the Sahara Desert. There are 2 routes to chose from, the first via Morocco and Mauritania and the other route via Tunisia and Algeria with both routes going into Mali. On your adventure you will be travelling in Toyota Landcruisers, Africa’s modern day camel and spend your evenings camping or staying with local, amazing communities. You will cover many miles, travel through extraordinary landscapes and Zen out as different worlds pass us by.