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Sahara Desert Trek

Witness the sun rising over the ever-changing dunes of the Sahara.

The challenge is to trek for four days through this ever-changing landscape and to climb to the top of the massive Chegaga Dunes, where you will witness the desert sun-rise. The days will be hot and the trekking will be tough, but with unrivalled support you will conquer this mammoth desert! Vista’s as far as the eye can see combined with the pleasure of having the volcanic Anti-Atlas Mountains as your backdrop – need we say more!

With traditional Berbers as your guides you’ll experience the delights of Morocco first hand, in addition to being mesmerised by the remoteness and solitude that the Sahara brings.

So join us and conquer the Sahara!

Download the brochure to find out more.

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £199

Sponsorship: £1904

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