THE MOM TROTTER
– Long pants. – Sweater or something warm to wear when you get cold. – Closed toed shoes. – A scarf to protect you from the wind.
The drive to the Sahara Desert is long, keep this in mind and think about how your children will do on a 7-10 hour drive.
I highly recommend booking a private tour if you can afford it. Being able to stop when we wanted during the drive was gold.
Pack snacks also just in case you get hungry in between meals. We stopped at the grocery store before we got the Merzouga and stocked up on everything!