Yasmina Hotel Merzouga

Erg Chebbi, 52202, Morocco | Castle
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This castle, located in Erg Chebbi, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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    Travel Blogs from Erg Chebbi

    Sahara Desert and more!

    A travel blog entry by bibi64 on May 27, 2014

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... happend from lunch as the place we ate at was remote, the chicken was broiled and I don't think the cafe had seen many guests!! Anyway we headed off from our remote villa on the outskirts of the palm valley near Skoura bright and early and started heading towards the Erg Chebbi Dunes in the Sahara Desert! We of course drove past so many amazing sights, absolutely breathtaking, too many to of course talk about! One valley was a pass called Kelaa Mgouna (known as Rose Valley) we ...

    Erg Chebbi

    A travel blog entry by iainabroad on Apr 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... three intimate visits from a camel spider the size of my palm (literally), during dinner and regretted wearing open-toed shoes. At least he was friendly.

  • Joined a drum circle around a bonfire.
  • Went dune-bogganing on a battered up snowboard.
  • Lay in the sun-baked courtyard and listened to the manager of the auberge play beautiful tunes of African Blues on his guitar before catching a bus over the Atlas Mountains to ...

  • Ships of the desert

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Apr 23, 2014

    59 photos

    Left for our cycle straight after breakfast at Tazarine. It was a lovely morning and the scenery flat, arid and desolate - rocky outcrops with the odd Acacia tree and thorny desert shrubs. For most of our 50 km ride, the scenery remained unchanged. Stopped briefly at a kiosk on the side of the road and the owner of the kiosk who was tucking into his morning snack offered it to Mohammed. It looked very tasty and ...

    Into the desert

    A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 10, 2013

    123 photos

    ... sense of humour (sorry - American - that should be "humor") and it was late when we finally went to bed in our tent - snuggling under the thick blankets provided for us as the desert became very cold during the night.

    Up at dawn to take a few pictures of the sunrise, and then back onto the camels for an early morning ride back to Auberge Le Petit Prince for a shower, breakfast and to prepare for the next part of our ...

    Dune Skiing, Camel-Trekking, and Annoying Tourists

    A travel blog entry by mjs265 on May 30, 2012

    81 photos

    ... would be awake to let us in at that late hour. After dinner, we went on our way and started into what began to really feel like the desert with few lights or landmarks.

    The Hotel Sahara proved to be incredibly difficult to find, and we stopped to ask for directions for the umpteenth time on our trip. A man whose language use was far beyond our comprehension tried to get in the crowded back seat between Kate and the luggage in order to direct us, but fortunately ...