Guest House Merzouga

Address: \N, Hassilabied, 52202, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Hassilabied, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Guest House Merzouga Hassilabied

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          Travel Blogs from Hassilabied

          Dances with dromedaries

          A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 26, 2015

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... task (particularly after the ride) but the view was undoubtably worth it - to the south stretched off the Sahara, only 50km to the east the border to Algeria and in the west the setting sun. I climbed all the way to the very topmost point of the dune and had one mighty good panorama as evening slowly settled on the great expanse of sand. After a group photo I may have disobeyed instructions and run back down the slope (but a controlled run) to guarantee that when I arrived into ...

          The things you learn when travelling...

          A travel blog entry by kay_douglas on May 17, 2015

          20 photos

          ... of style! At our insistence, Samir departed to spend the night with his family (Marrakech is his home town) and we set off to explore the market square and souks. There are no words to describe the utter chaos of the square. Being night, the snake charmers have left but they are replaced with acrobats, fortune tellers and games of chance (which you can never win at) to name a few. Venture into the labrinyth of ...


          A travel blog entry by mengyoujia on Apr 24, 2015

          10 photos

          ... one's nostrils, making it hard to breathe. It takes about half of an hour to adjust. Unlike the Namibian desert, where sand dunes are big but relatively sparse, the Moroccan Sahara is an endless stretch of intimately connected dunes, mainly small and medium-sized. I followed the footprints of the camels, which were nicely compressed to offer a stand in the sand. Mustn't get too close to the camels though, for ...

          The Divine Desert

          A travel blog entry by jenscaras on Mar 09, 2015

          15 photos

          ... 160;It's hard to imagine people riding these plodding creatures all day as after an hour Jason had a sore butt and was over the novelty of riding a camel. That and Bob’s digestive and/or throat issues had Jason more than ready to dismount.   However, at the end of the ride we were rewarded with a beautiful sight as the setting sun only added to the remarkable orange-red color of the dunes. Somehow we lucked out and had the five-tent camp all ...

          On to the Sahara

          A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 08, 2015

          3 comments, 6 photos

          ... in fat content. Because of the lower fat content they cannot make butter or cheese from it. Dromedary and camel urine are saved and used for medicines! Who knew???? Then we drove into the Sahara! Not what we expected at first, extremely flat. There were some plants and we saw sheep and dromedaries grazing in some areas. Then we came to sand dunes which we had expected, but there was a lake in front of it, with palm trees. It turns out that the last ...