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Moudjeria is a town in southern-central Mauritania, founded by the French in the 1930s. It's located in the Tagant Region, which is known for its remote desert landscapes. The best time to visit Moudjeria is during the cooler months, from November to March, as temperatures can soar well above 40°C (104°F) during the summer. If you're interested in Mauritanian culture, Moudjeria can be a good base to explore the region. The town itself has a traditional marketplace and opportunities to experience Mauritanian cuisine. Day trips can be made to visit ancient Ksars (fortified villages) that dot the desert landscape. If you're feeling adventurous, you can even hire a guide to take you on a camel trek through the desert.

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Airports near Moudjeria

Here are 4 airports available for your flights to Moudjeria, simplifying your travel arrangements. With these options, travelling to and from Moudjeria becomes effortlessly straightforward.

Nouakchott-Oumtounsy International Airport

Located in the capital city of Mauritania, Nouakchott, this is the closest international airport to Moudjeria. It is approximately a 6-hour drive from Moudjeria.


Dakar Blaise Diagne International Airport

If you prefer a larger airport with more flight options, you can fly to Dakar, Senegal, and then take a connecting flight to Nouakchott. Dakar Blaise Diagne International Airport is about a 7-hour drive from Moudjeria.


Nouadhibou International Airport

Another option is to fly to Nouadhibou, Mauritania, which is closer to Moudjeria than Nouakchott. It is approximately a 4-hour drive from Moudjeria. However, please note that Nouadhibou International Airport has limited international flight connections, so you might need a connecting flight from a larger airport.


Las Palmas Airport

If you are willing to travel a bit further, you can fly to Las Palmas Airport in Gran Canaria, Spain, and then take a connecting flight to Nouakchott. Las Palmas Airport is about a 9-hour drive from Moudjeria. This option might be suitable if you are looking for more flight choices or if you plan to combine your trip to Moudjeria with a visit to the Canary Islands.

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Using Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) for flights to Moudjeria offers several advantages. Spread the cost of your booking over time for more flexibility in managing travel expenses, making your adventure more budget-friendly.

There are often no interest charges if paid within the agreed timeframe, but this will need to be checked with the lending provider, and it can ease budgeting for your trip, ensuring a stress-free travel experience.

Things to do in Moudjeria

Moudjeria has an abundance of attractions to see - to make things easier, here's our top 3:

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Moudjeria Marketplace

The Moudjeria Marketplace is a bustling hub in the town center. This is a great place to experience Mauritanian culture firsthand. You'll find stalls selling a variety of local goods, including textiles, spices, and handcrafted souvenirs. Be prepared to barter for the best prices!

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Ancient Ksar of Ouadane

Located about a 1.5 hour drive from Moudjeria, the ancient Ksar of Ouadane is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A Ksar is a fortified village made of mudbrick. Ouadane was once an important stop on the caravan route across the Sahara Desert. Today, the Ksar is a fascinating glimpse into Mauritania's past. You can wander the narrow streets, climb the ramparts of the fort, and explore the ruins of the old houses.

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Tagant Region Desert

The Tagant Region, where Moudjeria is located, is known for its vast and remote desert landscapes. If you're feeling adventurous, you can hire a guide to take you on a camel trek through the dunes. This is a great way to experience the beauty of the Mauritanian desert firsthand. You can also visit some of the nomadic encampments that dot the desert to learn about their way of life.

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