Agadir: Sidi Wassai Camping – about an hour south of Agadir. On the sea with camping right next to the sea costing an extra 10 Dh. Hot showers, nice staff, no complaints.
Tan Tan: Atlantic Camping just on the beach. Hot showers and a nice view in the morning. The plot was more like a building site than a campsite but did the job. 65 Dh
Boujdour: Desert Sands Camping – Very smart camping site located near the coast. Wifi, no hot water at the time we went. There were little bungalows if you’re getting fed up with camping. 65 Dh for camping and 200Dh for the lovely bungalows.
Dakhla – We stayed in an incredible guest house called Dar Rio Oro in Dakhla on the sea front. They did our washing for us for free, excellent breakfasts up on the terrace and gave us a plethora of places to go and eat and see in Dakhla. Very friendly, highly recommended. 380 Dh. We spent a lot of time looking around, There are many places for a lot of money which look beautiful and then there is the wild camping site with many campervans. There are no toilets or showers there so not ideal if you don’t have a campervan, but it is free as far as we could figure out.
Diesel – 4Dh / L. Last petrol station 80km before border. Able to get fuel about every 100km.
Required approximately 10 fisches throughout Western Sahara,