Traveling with children to the Sahara Desert guarantees spicy, exotic, and unique experiences that your little ones will never forget. It is the land of flying carpets, Ali Baba and his thieves, Aladdin’s lamp, and many other mystic stories. Traveling with children in Morocco is a perfect vacation for your family. Upon arrival in Morocco, all these stories and fantasies will become true to your children.
Sahara has different kinds of landforms. Some parts of this desert are stony steppers, oases, mountains, and sand dunes. It usually has a height of 600 feet. These are found in shifting sand areas. The shifting sand areas are called ergs. Both the dunes and sand sheets are 25% of the Sahara desert. The heights of pyramidal dunes are 150 meters while the mountain san ridges are 350 meters. Sandstorms are also common in the place.
Sahara’s soils are biologically inactive since they are low in organic matter. The animals present in the Sahara desert are usually wild animals such as hyenas, foxes, and a lot more. Despite the desert surroundings of the Sahara, there are still towns and villages in the place. The margins of the Sahara have more rainfall. This is why greater vegetation is found in these areas than in the central area. Scarce rainfall also falls in any season but they come in an irregular way. If there is no rain that comes for many years, the whole place suffers intense storms by every time the rain comes. There are areas in the Sahara desert that has oases from underground aquifers.
On your Morocco tour travel through the Sahara Desert atop your camel just as the old caravans did. You have a great chance to spend the night in a Berber tent in the camp of the desert that is a true adventure not only for your children but for the adults as well. The Moroccan Sahara can be the best destination of all the deserts. It offers the best sunset view that one could ever experience in his lifetime.
The trip to the Sahara Desert is well worth it if only to witness this spectacular view. The Sahara Desert turns reddish during sunset. Trips to the desert are best visited in childhood. The Sahara Desert tour will introduce your children to another culture. It will broaden their horizons that are thousand times better than just shaking hands with Goofy at Disneyland.