New Year & Specials / The International Festival of the Nomads in Mhamid, Morocco

Nomad Festival MoroccoNomad Festival Morocco. The International Nomad Festival is a public and artistic open-air event held every year in M’Hamid El Ghizlane, 90 km south of Zagora in the Draa valley, in the south of Morocco.

This Nomad festival in Morocco is a true ‘springboard’ for nomadic culture, and highlights different themes every year. For 4 days, visitors can take part in conferences and round tables on a wide range of topics: architectural heritage, flora, fauna, sculpture, environmental protection, health, education, agriculture …

There is art in various forms: crafts, painting, weaving …

Local, regional, national and international artists are invited to take to the stage to perform poetry, story-telling, song, music and dance. Every year the festival welcomes an honorary guest. Competitive sport is an important element of the event, with demonstrations of nomadic hockey and a camel race (ellaz).

Our festival packages are available on request.

Various options and combinations are possible:
– 1, 2 or 3-day tickets
– We can pre-book your festival tickets
– Transport to and from festivals
– Dinner at the festival grounds or at the Bivouac.
– Overnight stay at the Bivouac.

* Prices on request

Book now, or ask for more information about this tour.



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