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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      Travel Blogs from Merzouga

      Erg Chebbi

      A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... quite beautiful, excepting the rubbish. The Sahara is a massive dump. But still beautiful.
      Quiet, serene, ever changing, desolate and full of life. Amazing. We have been in Merzouga for two nights and three days, and every day has been different. Howling winds on day one, hot as hell and a gentle breeze day two, and on the morning of the ride, absolutely still with a light high over cast. So each day the colours are different and the air itself changes.
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      Sahara Means Desert

      A travel blog entry by maggiedavies on Mar 03, 2014

      15 photos

      ... chatted with each guest in their own language (we had, in addition to Americans, a Dutch family, a couple from Spain, a couple from Singapore, and a group of women from Japan). With all of that it was a really nice evening. And later, at night, the three of us climbed a dune to stargaze. Wonderful! I can understand why people usually stay a week in the desert. But even just one night was one of the best experiences of my life. Thank you ...

      Magical Morocco, part 1!

      A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Nov 08, 2013

      3 comments, 93 photos

      ... went our separate ways. In fact, most days I was approached by guys, but they just wanted to have a chat and a tea and learn about Australia. Most days I would share a tea with at least a few different strangers. Some of whom I am staying in touch with now and will hopefully see again one day, Inshallah. So rather than being a leery, uncomfortable place, Morocco is actually just extremely bloody friendly! Although I did not meet a single Moroccan woman while I ...

      One more off my bucket list

      A travel blog entry by adekay on Sep 09, 2013

      2 comments, 64 photos

      ... water to keep the beer cold and for drinking of course.
      Amar drops us off and in the capable hands of Assif and Ibraham. We were introduced to our camels and were given a short in-service on how to mount a camel and how to hold on while the camel is given the order to stand. Not as hard as I thought. Emma's mount was called Brad Pitt and I was on George Clooney. So I can now say after ...

      Switzerland, monkeys & sand dunes

      A travel blog entry by jj3101 on Sep 06, 2013

      5 photos

      ... we were cold. Yes that's right, as we were driving with the windows down enjoying the dry Moroccan heat, we had reached the beginning of the Atlas mountains where the temperature dropped considerably and we were grabbing for our jumpers. This all made sense when we arrived in Ifrane, the Switzerland of Morocco. As part of the Kings plan to promote international relations the town was designed to reflect the beauty and peacefulness ...