Maison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte

Address: Gorges de Todga, Tinerhir, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B is located on Gorges de Todga, Tinerhir.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsMaison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte Tinerhir

        Reviewed by crowdywendy

        Comfortable Hotel in a Gorgeous Location

        Reviewed May 18, 2014
        by (28 reviews) Crowdy Head, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

        The Maison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte hotel at Tinghir is located in the most beautiful setting almost next door to the famous Todra Gorge. The rooms are comfortable - but beware of the extremely slippery bathroom floors. We had a mixed reaction from the staff but generally, they were friendly and helpful. The food was good. The hotel is not accessible by motor vehicle and there is a walk across a bridge and up some steep flights of stairs. We would recommend guests with any physical difficulties to pre-arrange a porter. From what we encountered it appears the hotel does not sell alcohol.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Maison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte Tinerhir

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

        Out of the desert and into the gorge

        A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 27, 2015

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... took me to the roof, which actually gave one a very good view of both sides of the town and the surrounding gorges. I thanked them and they, after showing me the really interesting ancient lock of the main door, set off to probably go and break fast. I retraced my steps (there were a few wrong turns) and crossed back over the river, meaning to go for a little more of an explore before dinner - unfortunately, tragedy struck and my good leather ...

        Tinghir Area. May 15-16

        A travel blog entry by febailey on May 20, 2015

        23 photos

        Tinghir sits on the edge of the Sahara desert just south of the High Atlas Mountains. The Todgha River creates a fertile oasis that stretches 19 miles through Tinghir and the surrounding villages. While in this area we experienced "A Day in the Life", another concept of Grand Circle. It promotes interaction with the people of the area. Early in the morning we walked through the weekly livestock market. Here farmers buy and ...

        Living in the Mountains

        A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 20, 2014

        2 comments, 6 photos

        One of the toughest days yet. Primarily due to the weather holding us hostage. It began as promising as we stated to walk the village after breakfast. It consists of a single road that winds up and down with large mountains on either side. There are multiple Berber Auberges/hotels which we wonder how busy they ever get as this is supposed to be part of their high season now. Christine was struck with the singular color of brown everywhere from the mountains to the mud and ...

        Trek day 1 and 2

        A travel blog entry by cowles on Sep 04, 2013

        21 photos

        ... black line under my eye... Me praying the whole time it wasn't henna (for thise of you that done know, henna lasts months). We also weren't sure if this meant I was marrying the village goat herder because it seemed a big deal. Peters Berber doesn't go much past "please", "thank you" and "cheese". In all seriousness though, it was a huge honor to be invited to a feast of food where these people seem to have nothing (except cell phones, everyone on the planet has cell ...

        Off to Dades Gorge

        A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson on Apr 24, 2013

        21 photos

        ... are daunting! We pass by the forest reserved so the King can go hunting and it seems he owns the only patch of trees - all else is rock.

        Of course tourist traps abound, largely selling minerals (true or false is hard to tell!) but then we stop at the 'women's cooperative' that processes and sells argan oil. Having never seen or heard of an argan tree (it has nuts) we duly learn about it and the processing of the oil, taste and of course buy! It is processed ...