New Year’s Eve in the Desert 2023
The Sahara Desert is a magical and serene place, perfect for those who wish to spend New Year’s Eve in a peaceful atmosphere. Consider celebrating New Year’s Eve 2020 in the Sahara Desert for a truly unique and special experience.
A world far from firework festivals, crowded parties, and all sorts of civilization. You can choose to celebrate New Year’s Eve in the Sahara either in Erg Chebbi Dunes in Merzouga, Erg Lihoudi Dunes in M’hamid, or in the remote wild Sahara of Erg Chagaga Dunes.
Celebrate the New Year’s Eve in the Desert
At Moments in Morocco, we have carefully designed a selection of Morocco desert tours to offer you a unique opportunity to revel in the starry splendour and the tranquillity of the world’s largest hot desert.
This magical place offers the opportunity to reflect on our lives; the beautiful moments we shared, the great things we achieved, and the hard times we have been through. Meditate on your hopes and wishes for the future and set your New Year’s resolutions while enjoying a dazzling light show offered by nature itself.
What to Expect in Your New Year’s Eve in Morocco with us
Once at the camp, your New Year’s Eve in the Sahara starts with a welcoming glass of tea followed by a camel ride into the dunes to enjoy the spectacle of the sunset. At night, you will be served Moroccan tea and offered peanuts, biscuits, and dates.
For dinner, you will be served soup, salad, a tajine, or couscous, with vegetarian and vegan options available. Dessert, water, and Moroccan red wine will be offered as well. At the campsite, each family/couple has their own tent, equipped with mattresses, sheets, and plenty of blankets. Toilet and shower facilities are available at the camp.
We recommend that you bring a towel, a torch as well as wet wipes. Soft comfortable shoes are ideal for walking in the dunes. Trainers with thick socks would serve you well. As temperatures drop, it is sensible to have warm clothing, even a hat, and gloves. Contact us today and soon you will be celebrating a once-in-a-lifetime New Year’s Eve in Morocco’s Sahara Desert.