Auberge Les Roches

Address: Ksar Merzouga, Merzouga, Morocco | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Ksar Merzouga, Merzouga, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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    Travel Blogs from Merzouga

    The 5000 Star Hotel

    A travel blog entry by kay_douglas on May 16, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... a few metres of snow in Winter. Once again, nesting storks abounded; it was really wonderful to see so many native storks, all feeding their babies (not human, contrary to what we were told) and during our drive we often played "Spot the Stork". As we passed through the mountains, we encountered many wild monkeys. Who knew this country was so diverse! There is some hilarious video footage of our reaction when approached ...

    Merzouga and the Desert trip!

    A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Dec 06, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... day of my life but that I have never really seen like that. They didn't have a bathroom or toilet so a refreshing shower was off the cards and I started feeling a little silly for bringing all our toiletries! Instead we used the Berber toilet, which was just the desert. They prepared a lovely breakfast of tea, oranges, bread and omelettes for us and we sat and enjoyed them with Sayed as we psyched ourselves for another day on the camels. We bid farewell to our ...

    Interim..long day's journey

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 22, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... wait for the ferry's departure. Things seemed to falling into place; with luck, we would get a neat connection to the train from Tangier to Fes. It was a large, express ferry. We queued up to get our passports stamped as we slowly slipped away from the European shore, and turned toward Africa. An uneventful voyage across the Strait of Gibraltar, unless you count a very arrogant group of Germans who somehow pushed their way to the front of the passport queue much to ...

    Morocco part 2: the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... Mohammad was tough to say the least. Regardless of the language barrier, we had a ton of respect for him. He's the same age as my father, yet still hikes 8-12km daily in the desert to entertain tourists. Mohammad's sons run the show in the hotel, responding to emails and tending to guests. Mohammad continues to do the more arduous job of berber'ing tourists around the desert. We expected to spend a romantic night in the desert admiring stars. Mother nature intervened and gave ...

    Happy in the Sahara: Desert Foxes & Fossils

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 20, 2014

    28 photos

    ... One minute we would be driving across flat dry salt pans, another through extensive gibber plains, then we would be in black hammada gravel, then sand layered with gleaming brilliant blue desert stones and then back to crescent shaped red sand dunes.

    A flurry of dusty sand and the excited cries of children caught our attention. Down the steepest red sand dunes ran two young boys, each clutching what looked like sandy ...