Les Jardins de Skoura
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsLes Jardins de Skoura
A lit bit of paradise in the palm valley, superb rooms, food, beautiful animals and a wonderful hospitable owner. Thoroughly recommend
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We have had a wonderful start at 9 am to our 4 wheel drive adventure, pretty full on and a lot of driving for a total of 8 hours before we arrived in Skoura and the Palm Groves. The drive through the highest part of the Atlas Mountains where we reached over 2200 m at the peak which was absolutely breathtaking, it was the Tizi-n-Tichka pass. I felt …
... seen the mini, dusty, cyclones sweeping across the dry, parched land but now whirring alongside us was huge sand cyclone and it seemed we’d left the desert just in time. Our next campsite was on the other side of the river but torrential rain had flooded the bridge making it impassable and causing traffic jam along the main road. Local people were digging channels to divert the rain from their mud brick homes and with no choice we turned ...
... treatment. People with money get private care. The Dadès Valley is spectacular! Olive trees, almond trees, and poplars set against mountains on either side. The winding road through the valley afforded us beautiful views at every turn. Our driver is outstanding! We stopped to visit a local Berber family. Then we watched a women make a delicious bread called khubz. It is stuffed with spices, beef fat and onions. We were served the traditional mint ...
... Valley Gite and the hospitality of the lovely family who welcomed us into their home
... track and saw lots of Greater and smaller numbers of Lesser Short-toed Larks and several Red-rumped Wheatears. We stopped to look again for the Thick-billed Larks on the way back to the road, by which time it was getting quite gloomy, with the sun having set behind the mountains, but only found a couple of Lesser Short-toed Larks this time. We had ...