Dog Friendly Tours in Africa & the Middle East

Taking the dog out for a walk takes on a new meaning when you’re on vacation in Africa & the Middle East. After all, there are tons of sights to see, and smell, around every corner. Browse our dog friendly tours in Africa & the Middle East below for the scoop on self-guided walks, driving tours, and group tours that both you and your dog are sure to enjoy.

Pet Friendly Berber Challenge
Berber Challenge Berber Challenge is a tour company offering a four day tour, starting in Marrakech, Morroco. Private tours are dog-friendly, however dogs are not allowed on public or group tours that involve more than your own party. On this tour you can expect to see the Atlas Mountains, the 'Hollywood of Morocco' Ouarzazat, as well as many other sites like Dades Valley, the Merzouga Desert, and sunset riding on camels. For a full description of the tour and items included, as well as cost, please reach out to Abdel. See Details
Pet Friendly Gishora Drum Sanctuary
Gishora Drum Sanctuary In 'The Heart of Africa' history and culture are literally integrated, closely guarded and easily passed to each generation. One of the most celebrated cultures is the playing of historical drums. Traditionally, as sacred objects, the drums were much more than simple musical instruments; they were used at special events. Major events for the ancient kings were announced through the drums, such a royal birth, wedding, coronation and funeral. As part of keeping their culture alive, locals play the drums at major modern day events particularly during national and international events. Burundian drummers are worldly known for their spectacular performances and unique chance to participate in the dances is offered at the Gishora Drum Sanctuary. Also lying in the Burundian legendary hills is the amazing secrets of the ancient kingdoms; Kiganda, a small town in Muramvya Commune which is home to historical and colonial grounds. Inaugurations of all the ancient kings were done on these grounds.
Touring these sites is an incredible chance for one to enjoy the Burundian history and cultural heritage from its roots.
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