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 Agadir Beach, Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Zagora

    To Zagora: Deserts, Floods and Hostile Borders

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 22, 2014

    22 photos

    ... and "treeless mountains resembling giant reptiles, replicas of the very dinosaurs who once roamed this area". Yesterday I'm sure I would have seen at least some beauty in our surrounds.

    We stopped for lunch at a town called Alnif. The waiters were good friends of Mohamed and although it was late in the day they made a special lunch for us of chicken brochettes, rice and salads.

    The remainder of our trip took ...

    Zagora Nov 17

    A travel blog entry by jeankiwilush on Nov 17, 2013

    47 photos

    ... instructions for us to not go alone with any of the camel guides if they invite us for a walk etc. with a quick stern message to me...there is a story that follows on that!

    we gather our stuff from the back, and are quickly ushered towards our waiting camels and camel guide, Jaoid. Fatima was riding The lovely Ishtar and I was riding the only black camel of the herd, Bobo. he tied our scarves on our heads for protection and I am not kidding you when we tell you ...

    Trek day 5 and 6

    A travel blog entry by cowles on Sep 08, 2013

    35 photos

    ... the beer cans! (Hold on a second while I itch all over my body from the memory). Needless to say the beer cans went outside (sorry Muslims, don't care I we offend at this point) and the light was left on for the rest of the night. Very tired this morning. Today we hit the dunes which did not disappoint. Now Most of the Sahara desert fills Algeria, but Morocco has its fare share. And honestly, its quite intimidating to think how far it spans and how amazing ...

    Sharif monument, library, and pottery

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Nov 29, 2012

    8 photos

    ... for my hand, and drew a design on the back of my hand. In a fast 5 minutes, all three of were painted by our new friend Abdul. (Fingers crossed it lasts!)

    The area around the pottery collective and the library was in shocking disarray - there was a huge field out in front, and it was completely littered with plastic bags and trash. There was a group of young children who were playing with a small fire, piling plastics on top to watch it burn - the smell ...

    To pop or not to pop?

    A travel blog entry by jogrey on Oct 31, 2012

    2 photos

    ... went on around me such as 'What does the FSA actually do?', 'Who else from the 70s and 80s could be on the 'Jimmy Savile' list?' and 'How many different talking Jaz dolls can we think up to relay his rude catch phrases to the rest of the world?'. Back to a minute.

    By now there had been a revolt in camp. A revolting revolt I'm afraid. Yes we're back to bowels. It had been suggested by a majority of ladies that one of the 3 'toilet' tents bear ...