Karim Sahara

Address: centre de Zagora, Zagora, 45900, Morocco | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on centre de Zagora, Zagora, is near Agadir Beach, Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Zagora

    Ships of the sea to a deserted land

    A travel blog entry by ashstmartin on Aug 28, 2013

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    So, the time came and at 7,15am, i met the guy who booked my Desert trip. He took me to the square where i met up with 9 others, and we started the long 6 hour plus trip to Zagora, the desert.

    On route, we stopped at a Kasbah, built in 1100AD, by Moroccan berbers, AND the Jews.

    A fantastic mini village settelment, made up of small rooms and passage ways, made from mud, straw and pebbles.

    This place, has a magical charm, and has ...

    Sharif monument, library, and pottery

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Nov 29, 2012

    8 photos

    ... smoking cessation program, and is working to expose all the health issues that come along with it. Another is a program that provides 300 Dh per child in order to help cover education costs and encourage parents to send them to school. (It's common for families that rely on agriculture to keep their children home to help out.)

  • The Draa Valley is 1,000 km long and provides water for this extremely fertile region. It doesn't quite reach the Atlantic Ocean - ...

  • Camel Rides

    A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 15, 2012

    5 photos

    Our host family wanted to take us on a Saharan Desert experience. This is the largest desert in the world and is about the size of the United States, spreading across twelve African countries. A very popular activity for tourists in Morocco is camel riding through the Sahara Desert. This experience was one we will never forget. The camels were very ...

    The dunes that were in our guidebook

    A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan on May 13, 2011

    ... that being the holy day
    for Muslim people, we saw people going to or coming from a mosque,
    dressed in what we would say their Sunday best, and where we drove past a
    mosque with the people inside, we are able to observe all of the shoes
    outside, and extremely simple shoes they were.

    We are
    still amazed at the number of children we see gather around the schools,
    and we think the schools have two classes every day, one group ...

    Endless Beauty

    A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Apr 20, 2011

    46 photos

    ... boiling hot day, together with the challenging walk, it was great to stop by the waterfalls to splash our faces and bodies. The Ourika Valley could be seen from various places on our trek and it was so impressive, with the river flowing through the middle. As we climbed higher into the mountain, the path became less like a path and we had to physically use both our hands and feet to manoeuvre over the big rocks. The locals could run up and down them in their bare feet, but it ...