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Simpson Desert Regional Reserve,Oodnadatta SA
Are you looking for the adventure of a lifetime? Glimpses into a different civilization? Immersing yourself in a unique culture? A trek in the inspirational Sahara Desert and through the majestic Atlas mountains? Whatever your travel dreams…, Camel trekking Excursions is here to make them come true and ensure you have an unforgettable experience.Thanks to the professionalism and extensive experience of its staff,Camel trekking Excursions is one of the leading companies that organises trips in the Sahara and the rest of Morocco. Our team work closely with their multilingual to ensure your touring experience exceeds your expectations and that you get great value for money along with excellent customer service.Camel trekking Excursions is fully equipped with high quality transport and a range of accommodation to suit both budget and luxury tastes. We provide a wide range of tailor-made tours suitable for any size of group. Our tours will ensure you experience authentic Moroccan lifestyles and you could even share a few days with nomads in their tents or caves and be embraced by Berber hospitality.M.T.A specializes in tours in the south east of Morocco and can create specialised trips for educational visits, honeymoons, film productions, archaeological research and Saharan festivals, to name a few.Our Camel trekking Excursions experts look forward to welcoming you.
Occupying almost 200,000 square kilometres, the Simpson Desert is a horizon of bursting colour, rippling red and orange sand dunes and green plant life, standing as prime four wheel driving territory for those who want to explore Australia's dusty outback. Covering areas through the Northern Territory, South Australia and Queensland, the Simpson Desert is Australia's fourth largest desert, underlain by the Great Artesian Basin. Water is essential for travellers to pack prior to journey, with rainfall less than 200 mm a year in the Simpson Desert, with no surface water for most of the year. Despite harsh conditions, the Simpson Desert is home to a number of small mammals, birds and reptiles.
Popular with tourists, the Simpson Desert has more to offer than a drive. Enjoy a pitstop at Dalhousie Springs and relax in the natural hot springs or head to the Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve to admire the carvings created by the indigenous Aboriginal people. Poeppel Corner marks the spot where all three states encompassing the desert meet, a popular tourist stop, with the Purnie Bore wetlands of South Australia.Due to the excessive heat, the Simpson Desert is closed during the summer, a preventative method to stop under prepared tourists from dangerous situations.
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