Dar El Khamlia

Address: Ksar Khamlia, Merzouga, 52202, Morocco | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on Ksar Khamlia, Merzouga, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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      The truth about camels

      A travel blog entry by yayaspt on Nov 13, 2014

      1 photo

      ... you can get it.
      Camels bite.
      Camels will give you a rude case of chafing.
      Camels will make you sea-sick/motion sick.
      Camels are mistreated and suffering.
      You need to wear boots, or alternatively, you can wear bare feet.
      You will need three large bottles of water.
      Camels are the only way to see the desert.

      So, here's my truth about camels.
      Our camels were less smelly than most horses I have encountered.
      If they have fleas, they ...

      Marvellous Midelt and the Stunning Sahara

      A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment, 64 photos

      ... here and there contrasting beautifully against the sand.

      With the Berber tented camp having come into view we dismounted our camels after a ride of about an hour and walked up the ridge of a large sand dune to sit in anticipation of the final descent of the sun. Unfortunately there was a cover of cloud lingering along the horizon and as such the sky did not offer up a great serving of colour, we were however sat with our toes buried in the rich ...

      Sahara Desert and more!

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on May 27, 2014

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... at spectacular ksours (fortified village) that once stood on the route of the trans-Saharan caravans as they made their way across the Atlas Mountains to the fondouks of Marrakech. It was well worth it, although the climb was reasonably hard, and it was nearing 40 degrees. It is today still lived in and local crafts are sold from some of the buildings. Definitely tired and were relived when we were told our Riad was about 10 minutes away. Staying at Ksar Ighnda oh my gosh what ...

      South to the Desert

      A travel blog entry by jocelynroles on Feb 02, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... desert like landscapes, cedar forests, stone covered mountains, deep gorges, and lots and lots of little villages which almost blend into the countryside. They are hardly noticeable because they're constructed out of the natural materials surrounding them and often we were right on top of them before we realized there were homes there. It looked like a very hard existence, small stone houses with smoke coming from the chimneys, ...

      Sahara Trip - 3 days, 2 nights

      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Dec 15, 2013

      ... out of the tents.

      We hop on our camels and ride back. No sunset the night before and no real sunrise this morning. No education about the area, basically a come and ride a camel ,say you are in the dessert and that's it. A cop out I say for giving us a real experience.

      ...glad it's almost over, has been the longest three days of my trip and has taken a lot out of me. Unfortunately I will not be heading back to Spain rejuvenated, rather I will return with a ...