Haven La Chance Desert Hotel

B.P. 17, Hassilabied, 22202, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on B.P. 17, Hassilabied, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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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

    ... to carry in 3 litres of water each and only a small bag. Oh my gosh how stunning it was, it was still very hot, but luckily a wind had started to kick in, it was fabulous the camels were huge! Anyway 2 hours later we arrived at base camp. Our Berber guide was lovely, totally uneducated but through working with tourists had learnt to speak and understand well, English, Italian, Arabic, French and German ( and of course Berber) he walked and we rode in. Our base camp was at the base ...

    Ships of the desert

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

    59 photos

    ... and answering all our questions. Mine was not the most comfortable ride as I kept sliding down towards the handle and frequently needed to edge my bottom back up the seat - a difficult task without stirrups. Like childbirth, the discomfort was short lived as i immersed myself in the beauty and tranquillity of the dunes in the evening. When our campsite came into view, we dismounted our beasts and climbed up the ...

    Into the Desert.

    A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 29, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... in a line with several of the camels roped together. The dunes are silent and only the footprints of other camels are visible on the sand. Ascending is fine but lurching down hill is another matter and I hang on for dear life! At the top a rug is spread for us to sit on to watch the sun slowly set. What a great adventure! Returning in the dusk, I cannot help but wonder how I will walk tomorrow, and congratulate myself on the decision to take the shorter ...

    Sahara desert

    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Mar 07, 2013

    14 photos

    ... After settling in he pointed up a sand dune and said go up there to watch the sun set. If you want, here is a snowboard to get you back down. I will be waiting here for you. Fran and I set off up the dune until Fran decided she would wait there for me. Up I went and joined another berber from our auberge with a couple of tourists from germany. They were only there for the sunset. On dark I went back down with Fran and we joined Ibrahim ...

    Dune Skiing, Camel-Trekking, and Annoying Tourists

    A travel blog entry by mjs265 on May 30, 2012

    81 photos

    ... of flamingos strutted and honked at each other. We attempted to explain to our guide the sense of being in the Lion King that all the scenery evoked, but the reference seemed to be lost on him.

    We hurried back to our hotel in time to meet our guide, Ibrahim, and his string of camels. There is no sensation quite like climbing onto a camel and rocking back and forth as it awkwardly stands from its knobbly knees to its full height of 7 or 8 feet. The trek to our camp ...