La Dune Blanche

Address: Desert de M'Hamid, Zagora, Morocco | Campground
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This campground, located on Desert de M'Hamid, Zagora, is near Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Beach, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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      From Ouarzazate to Zagora via valley of roses

      A travel blog entry by marianne1947 on May 06, 2014

      134 photos

      ... of a khettara for the water source to be found below ground at the foot of a range of foothills of mountains, where the water table is closest to the surface. From this point, the slope of the kettara is maintained closer to level than the surface above, until the water finally flows out of the khettara above ground. To reach an aquifer, khettaras must often extend for long distances - 10 to 20 km. (Source: ...

      Zagora Nov 17

      A travel blog entry by jeankiwilush on Nov 17, 2013

      47 photos

      ... how many camels she wanted for me to become his desert wife where I would play drums and cook for his tribe. Tempting as that sounds...the thought of continually having sand in places that sand should not be...I politely smiled and Fatima did not make any agreements. She likes me...she really likes me!!!! Hahahaha

      on the journey back to Marrakech we stopped at Labyrinthe Du Sud Antique store to buy some silver but we had to barter!!! It was like Aladdin's Cave, all ...

      The Big One

      A travel blog entry by jogrey on Oct 30, 2012

      20 photos

      ... she goes up onto one of the camels for the rest of the way in to our lunch stop. Being a normally strong ex-PE teacher, I think she sees this as an indication of weakness, especially as she is guide on this trip, but she is too unwell to argue. The boys quickly give her the nick-name 'Sick Note'. Lunch is almost unbearable. Shelter from the sand and the flies is practically impossible. I have pretty much collapsed exhausted onto a mat and wrapped myself in my headscarf ...

      1126 Town Perched on a Plateau (Mor 368)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 30, 2011

      3 photos

      ... br>
      Ksba’ has a bit of a different feel, on top of a low plateau surrounded by a barren plain on 2 sides and farmland on the other. The alleys are in a gridlike pattern with long, boring windowless walls. At the far end there’s a nice view of the neighbourhood ladies all gather around the well doing their clothes washing.


      1124 Hiking with the Schoolboys (Mor 366)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 30, 2011

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      ... the other side of the river…

      We sit in the shade of a palm grove to play some more music and they pick some dates and share with me (I learn later that “stealing” cheap dates for a quick snack is permitted in these parts—but not the expensive dates). A enjoyable experience—and it will also go down in my record book as one of those rare occurrences when a fellow hiker or hikers join me for a walk from one town to another. ...