Western Sahara - Travel and Tourism
Stretching along the northwestern coast of the African continent, this former Spanish colony remains a disputed territory and is one of the most sparsely populated regions on Earth.
Western Sahara’s largest city, with a population of roughly 195,000, was founded by the Spanish in 1928 and has been under Moroccan control since 1976.
Western Sahara is always hot and dry, though temperatures do tend to be higher in Northern Hemisphere “summer” months.
You do not need a separate visa to enter Western Sahara, though you will need a Moroccan visa.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
Because Western Sahara is so sparsely populated, and because both Morocco and the Polisario are in control.
Western Sahara is located on the northwestern coast of Africa, between Mauritania and Morocco.
Western Sahara museum