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What to wear in Morocco Sahara Desert

What To Wear When Riding a Camel in Morocco's Sahara Desert?

When visiting Morocco you should dress modestly, keeping your shoulders and knees covered. That applies to time spent in the desert, too. Women usually cover themselves in loose clothing and headscarves, and you’ll feel more comfortable dressing in a way that fits in with the local style. Keep reading to learn more!


When riding a camel in the Sahara, a long, loose scarf (like the traditional ones worn by both men and women), will be your best friend. You can use it to keep your hair out of your face, and to protect your face and upper body from sand and sun. You might even be lucky enough to get it tied into a traditional headscarf by your Berber guide.

If you forget to pack a scarf you’ll have many opportunities to buy one, in the souks of Marrakech or in the many other market stalls you’ll pass by on the way to the Sahara.

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Comfy, Loose Pants:

When planning what to pack for your trip, loose pants are great for hot weather and for keeping your legs covered. They can also double-up as pajama bottoms at night if you’re trying to travel light!

The reality is, for a trip to the desert you’re going to be sitting in a car for a long time (especially if you go on a 3-day desert tours from Marrakech or Fes) For this, and for camel riding, loose pants are way more comfortable than wearing jeans or leggings!

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