Blog Posts - Desert Travel



India: Route to “The Fart”

The Happy Nomad “There was a day when one of my five senses was born again. Or at least, a new way of feeling presented itself during a sunrise in the desert. One that I hope will... by Daniel Lagache | India: Route to “The Fa...
by The Happy Nomad on Mar 23, 2015

Flights to Southern Morocco

Moroccan desert is a hot destination and on many client’s wish list when planning their Morocco vacation. Most of the times travelers have limited time yet the traveling distances are long in the South. If you have limited time and don’t...
by YourMoroccoTour on Feb 24, 2015

Flights to Southern Morocco

Moroccan desert is a hot destination and on many client’s wish list when planning their Morocco vacation. Most of the times travelers have limited time yet the traveling distances are long in the South. If you have limited time and don’t...
by YourMoroccoTour on Feb 24, 2015

Desert Luxury Camp Morocco, Erg Chebbi by Merzouga

Desert Luxury camp in Merzouga, Erg Chebbi is unique and wonderful experience if you want to stay in tents and looking for high luxury...
by YourMoroccoTour on Apr 25, 2014

Desert Luxury Camp Morocco, Erg Chebbi by Merzouga

Desert Luxury camp in Merzouga, Erg Chebbi is unique and wonderful experience if you want to stay in tents and looking for high luxury...
by YourMoroccoTour on Apr 25, 2014

Dubai Adventure: Top Travel Ideas to Have Fun in Dubai

Dubai is fast becoming a top tourist destination in the world. With its world-class hotels, Dubai is the perfect place to unwind. Here are some of the great exotic activities you can enjoy in Dubai... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Travel on Oct 2, 2013

The Dazzling Red Rock Destination: Sedona May 2013

In 2010 we had stopped by Sedona, AZ on the way back from the Grand Canyon for just a few hours. That's when we decided we simply had to go back to this magical place of exquisite beauty. Sedona is a city in the northern part of Arizona with semi-ari...
by The Cadence Goes On... on Jun 10, 2013

Travel: Tour The San Andreas Fault with Red Jeep Tours (Palm Springs,CA)

One thing I love about Palm Springs Restaurant Week is the Eat.See.Stay deal they have going on. It's not just deals on restaurants but also hotels and attractions like museums, the Living Desert zoo, and tours of the San Andreas fault. During th...
by Gourmet Pigs on Apr 1, 2013

Greater Palm Springs, CA

RestaurantsCatalan Restaurant (Rancho Mirage)Sights and ActivitiesLiving Desert...
by Gourmet Pigs on Mar 29, 2013

Southwest trip day 1: Davis to Needles, CA

We left Davis at 7:30am, and the first photo I took is of this sign on Interstate 80 in Sacramento. I love freeway signs that give the mileage to some far-flung place on the other side of the country. It always makes me want to step on the gas and ju...
by Bamboo and More on Jul 25, 2012

A Gaze over a Barren Landscape

The barren landscape over the Thar desert in Rajasthan makes for an incredible background especially at sunset. You can just see Pakistan in the distance.
by theplanetd on Apr 10, 2012

Death Valley National Park: our third visit.

Teloscope Peak reflected in Badwater Creek, floor of Death Valley.     On two previous trips to California we have visited Death Valley National Park, but it has been a while since we have been there. I think Death Valley is another o...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Feb 19, 2012

Looking back at my travels in 2010

I've been reading to sweetest post about travel memories by Liz Borod Wright of Travelogged and it made me realise how much I've travelled in 2010. S'Ardia After having left home in 1998, and spent seven years in Rome, two in Dublin and two in Lon...
by Travel Calling on Jan 1, 2011


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