Our goal is to bring the customer into the daily lives of the berbers and participate with them. Since the journey is the art of meeting as they say, we advise you to spend a week with us where you can share an idea, a point of life, lead a discussion with such religious people of the place and at the end share a culture. Our goal is to help you emerge from the "prison" of hotels and the meeting-the most of time unwanted- of other tourists and offer you a stay in a house or a villa as we do. Our goal is to transform you into true nomads to live the unique experience of the desert for two nights and to transform you into true “amazigh” (berbers of Matmata) for one night to completely forget the stress....
  Finally, our goal is to pass the following four steps:

the first step is to visit the most beautiful places and least visited by tourists. The small number of participants will help us to better explore and visit the sites. Going to "classical"    places where hundreds of tourists met is not part of the priorities of our trip. Our experience shows that many travellers find it a pity to go to places where the phrase "it's too touristic" is common. That is why we choose lodging in a house and not to the hotel. This will escape the crowd.

 The second step is the totally immerse of the clients in local life, trying to join up in the daily lives of inhabitants of the country and the typical aspect in everything they do. Finally, live at the same rate as natives. Thus, the voluntary participation of members of the group is desired in all activities such as talks, songs and dances around the campfire; take part in the preparation of meals. ...

The third step is to allow time for discovery.... Visit the sites without being limited intime. Usually stops are very brief and do not leave enough time to soak up the magic of the place. But this is not the case with us. We discover the scene closely and make the visit quietly. Our concern is not making a photo in a minimum of time but discover about the daily lives of inhabitants of the place. It is not, for example, entering a troglodyte house just to take a picture inside and go out after a short time. This will not be the case with us because our visits are very closely. In addition, you will spend one night in a troglodyte and try to transform into true "Amazigh” (Berber of Matmata). It is not about living in a tent or in a conditioning camp surrounded by civilization, and say: "I went into the desert", but by progressing in the Sahara, walking on the dunes, discovering the ERG with its charm hidden behind the silence of the nature and also by participating in mounting the tents altogether. : An erg (from Arabic عرق `irq) is a desert of dunes, specifically areas of fixed dunes with only the sand surface is continually reshaped by the wind. Erg if the word was adopted in the International Geographical language, other terms are used: in the Sahara, the Tuareg use the word wedeyen, Libyans speak Ramla, Arabia and Central Asia, the local people refer to under the terms of Nefoud and koum.
The ergs are approximately 20% of the Sahara. Some began to form during Pleistocene. Most form in cuvettes by accumulation of debris carried by the wadis. They are relatively stable. Only the tops of the dunes are changing under the action of the winds. In case of rain, they can accumulate water and form areas of pasture. These include the great Western erg, the Grand Erg Oriental Erg iGuide or erg Chech occupying considerable areas in Algeria and erg Ténéré in Niger.),
Finally, it is not the fact of taking a boat ar a large vessel to go on a sea trip an land on an island where you will find yourself  with at least 400 people, but we will choose for you a more typical tour to step on a small island not frequented by other tourists but equally nice and charming.
   Moreover, you will really like the fact of participating in the preparation of the lunch on the island by doing what local natives do. Namely, going for shopping, especially buying and preparing fish for the grill.

The fourth step is to offer a national gastronomy and especially a local one. Thus you can discover the culinary specificities of the country. Nevertheless, the proposals of members of the group to try other specialties are always welcomed ... We are open to all proposals.


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