Maison Tizgui

Address: Tinerhir, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

A great day ending in total relaxation!

A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 10, 2015

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... stay there for two nights. On the way Lansari told us about the 20 foot sand invasion that occurs in Morocco. People are encouraged by the government to plants trees to slow the sand invasion. Crossed the J'bel Sahro Range (at about 4,500-5,000 feet), taking in magnificent views of the snow-capped High Atlas Mountains along the way. They are called the Anti Atlas Mountains south of the High Atlas Mountains. They are volcanic ...


A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 09, 2014

... freezing though so I didn't go past my knees. After a beer by the pool we went out for dinner at a nice restaurant just down the road. Pretty much everyone from the group stayed together so it was nice to have a meal altogether. While we were at the restaurant we saw a bit of a scuffle happening up the street. It was a bit freaky but didn't come to anything. After dinner we went for a wee wander up the street before heading back to the hotel for an early ...

The Todra Gorge

A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 28, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

Ouarzazte is a comparatively new city which developed in the 1920s. Prior to that it had been an important meeting place for caravans coming together from the Sahara. Today it is a major film making city and is a sister city to Hollywood. The Cinema Museum has interesting exhibits used in many familiar movies, with Russell Crowe's Gladiator being the subject of one entire room. The sets are used constantly ...

One Hump or Two?

A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski on Jul 16, 2013

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After a LONG 9 hour drive from Fes to the Sahara we arrived for our camel trek into the desert. Since it took so long to get there we were running late and had to drop off our bags and jump onto our trusty camels so we'd get to see some of the sand dunes as the sun sets. All we brought with us was 3 Ambiens and a few ibuprophen, all you need on a camping trip as far as I'm concerned. Immediately after mounting our dramaderies I realized that camels were not built ...

Rocks, cliffs and waddis

A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 09, 2013

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... staff came over to meet us and help with our luggage.

Crossing the river was only a matter of walking across some planks bound together to form a nice, broad footbridge, and we were delighted to be told that we were not too late for a meal.

The food was excellent, served in the beautiful Berber-style tented restaurant. The rooms were basic but comfortable, although there was ...