Guest House Merzouga

hassi labiad, Hassilabied, 52202, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hassilabied

Sahara Desert and more!

A travel blog entry by bibi64 on May 27, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... but we can't afford that, then of course we had to explain they couldn't come in the suitcase because they were too heavy!! Other places we drove through was Boumalne Dades, Erfoud and Rissani. We arrived at the edge of the Erg Chebbi dunes where we stored our luggage in a small hot room. The Sahara itself is amazing desolate yet in places lush and incredible. Anyway no time to waste and we were on the backs of the camels who were waiting patiently, just us 2 and an Italian guy. ...

Ships of the desert

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

59 photos

... were dry in no time. It was another half an hour's drive to meet our dromedaries (Arabian camels with one hump). i didn't expect them to be so good-natured and placid. After a quick lesson in mounting the camels (an awkward experience), we set off over the dunes in 2 trains led by a couple of guides. Ours walked barefoot for the 2 hour trek to our camp. Mohammed and Sayed walked alongside us taking photos, giving ...

Into the Desert.

A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 29, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... grey pebbly plains around them. As the sun starts to go down, shadows deepen on the dunes with eye-catching results. We mount our camels for the ride up the dunes to watch the sun set. Two days ago we were freezing, today it is quite hot and with long sleeves, a turban and Berber caftan, which my cameleer produces from a bag for me to wear, I am almost expiring! My camel's name is Oualie which means "black" and he is very bony and uncomfortable to ride. ...

Sahara desert

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Mar 07, 2013

14 photos

... yet he speaks french english german and a smatter of other languages. Before that he was out in the desert with his family. But in the end the lack of rain forced them into town. Ibrahim saddled the dromedaries and introduced them to us as Bob Marley and Jimi Hendrix. We hopped on and hung on for dear life as they stood up. Ibrahim led by foot followed by us for about 45 minutes before we got to the berber tents where we stayed for ...

Dune Skiing, Camel-Trekking, and Annoying Tourists

A travel blog entry by mjs265 on May 30, 2012

81 photos

... the next morning we were met with an improbable sight: a stack of skis. After negotiating for two sets and a guide, we drove out to the start of the desert and tried what should surely be the next summer Olympic sport: dune skiing. Unfortunately you can't move quite as fast on sand as we would like, but it certainly made for a few good photo ops (before the ubiquitous sand broke Emma's camera). The guide then directed us in mixed French and Arabic to a beautiful lake ...

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