Welcome to Tiziri Camp , where the allure of ancient berbers mythology meets the modern-day comfort of luxury camping. Our camp isn’t just a place to stay—it’s a portal to the berbers culture, where the stories of gods and goddesses come to life in our divine tent collection.

Upon your arrival at Tiziri Camp, you’ll find yourself surrounded by tents named after the gods of Berber mythology, each with its own unique charm and character. From the god of luck, Aari, to the goddess of fortune and fertility, Afri, every tent projects a story of ancient beliefs and local traditions, influenced by centuries of cultural exchange with civilizations like Ancient Egypt.

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Let’s take a closer look at some of the divine beings that inspired our tent collection:

  1. Aari: The God of Luck,  Step into the Aari tent and embrace the whims of fate. Decorated with symbols of luck and prosperity, this tent is a sanctuary for those seeking fortune on their travels.
  2. Warrou: The God of Joy, In the Warrou tent, happiness knows no bounds. Bask in the joyful ambiance as you revel in the simple pleasures of camp life, surrounded by laughter and camaraderie.
  3. Afri: The Berber Goddess of Fortune and Fertility, Pay homage to the goddess of abundance in the Afri tent. With its lush surroundings and vibrant energy, this accommodation promises a fruitful and prosperous stay.
  4. Anzar: The God of Rain, Hear the patter of raindrops on the roof of the Anzar tent and feel the earth come alive beneath your feet. This sanctuary celebrates the life-giving force of rain and the renewal it brings to the land.
  5. Awessu: The Sea-God, Let the gentle sway of the sea inspire you in the Awessu tent. With its nautical decor and serene atmosphere, this accommodation is a tribute to the boundless beauty of the ocean.
  6. Ammon (Amen): The Life-God, Experience the essence of life itself in the Ammon tent. Surrounded by symbols of vitality and renewal, guests are invited to embrace the endless possibilities that each new day brings.
  7. Ament: The Life-Goddess, Find solace in the nurturing embrace of the Ament tent. With its comforting interiors and tranquil ambiance, it’s a sanctuary for those seeking renewal and rejuvenation.
  8. Atlas: The Rain-God / Mountain-God, Reach new heights in the Atlas tent, named after the mighty god of rain and mountains. Surrounded by majestic peaks and sweeping vistas, it’s a testament to the awe-inspiring power of nature.

At Tiziri Camp, we believe that every guest deserves an experience that transcends the ordinary. That’s why our divine tent collection is more than just a place to stay—it’s an invitation to immerse yourself in the myths and legends of Berber culture, where the line between past and present blurs and the spirit of adventure awaits around every corner.

Welcome to Tiziri Camp, where the stories of gods and goddesses come to life under the North African sky.

The Megalithic Culture and Rich Ancient Berbers Mythology, the Desert Lords

The nomadic Berbers who lived in the area of north Africa west of the Nile Valley gave rise to the moniker of the Barbary Coast. Known historically as the Amazigh or Imazighen, which translates to “free humans” or “free men,” they are some of the most ancient people living in North Africa. Their complex mythology persisted for millennia, eventually influencing the ancient Egyptians’ religious beliefs.

The Berber people of northern Africa have a rich and varied history. A vast collection of non-Arabic tribes, linked by language and culture, the Berbers live from Egypt to the Canary Islands and in places south of the Sahara, including Niger and Mali. Their roots can be found in the Caspian culture, an over 10,000-year-old North African civilization, according to archaeologists. Since ancient times, people who speak Berber have resided in North Africa. The Egyptians first mentioned Berbers about 3,000 BC under the name Temehu.

Texts from the Phoenicians, Greeks, and Romans also mention the Berbers mythology. Berber territories have been a crossroads for peoples from Africa, Europe, and the Middle East since prehistoric times. Parts of the Berber homeland have been conquered and ruled by the Carthaginians, Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabs, Turks, Spaniards, French, and Italians. There has never been a one political identity for the Berbers. A multitude of Berber kingdoms and civilizations coexisting in different parts of North Africa and Spain. Due to their centuries-long intermarriage with numerous ethnic groups, especially Arabs, Berbers are now mostly recognized by their language rather than their race. The language is one of the oldest in the world and belongs to the African branch of the Afro-Asian language family, along with ancient Egyptian.