Hotel Chez Gaby

Address: Avenue My Ismail, Erfoud, 52200, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenue My Ismail, Erfoud, is near Todra Gorge, Tafraout-Aventure, and Town Square.
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      Sahara Desert and more!

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on May 27, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... of the highest dunes 180 m above sea level, with about a 1km width. Just a series of little tents pitched on the sand. There were a total of only 6 camps ours being the smallest. Anyway our guy set to in cooking our dinner and we attempted to climb the dune - incredibly hard. All I had were visions of Daddy trying to climb it when he wasn't well. Sean was feeling quite seedy after a very bumpy up n down ride. He started with me, but had to give in, very proud of myself I ...

      Erfoud via the Atlas mountains

      A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Apr 06, 2014

      15 photos

      ... what a contrast, the buildings all look like French chalets with pitched roofs for the snow, even hotel names are French alpine....Chamonix! Apparently the French built this town in 1930, and it is now enjoyed by the wealthy Moroccans. It really is a very pretty town.

      From Irfane we passed the most beautiful oasis of Ziz Valley, ...

      Deserts in the Middle of the Mountains

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 30, 2013

      7 photos

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      The drive up and into the High Atlas Mountains south of Midelt became much more interesting as we headed up through the first of many passes before leveling off into dry desert flatlands. Surprisingly, the air did not become cooler as I expected, but instead became hotter as we drove closer towards the Sahara.

      The most remarkable scenery was the sudden appearance of large date palms and ksours (fortified villages from the middle centuries) just after ...

      One hump or two

      A travel blog entry by alchandler on Jun 28, 2013

      11 photos

      ... or brochettes (skewers).

      The next morning we got up early for sunrise, it was a little bit of a disappointment. We had all been expecting these amazing colours however it nearly looked like the moon does when you see it during the day. I am not sure whether this was maybe due to haze over the desert or if this is normal. After taking hundreds of photos it was time to jump on our camels and head back to ...

      On the edge of the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 10, 2013

      18 photos

      ... on the roads here, and more "interesting" driving. On the narrower roads there is frequently not room for two cars on the tarmac, and the general principle seems to be that one or both vehicles should move over onto the gravel edges as they approach each other, not too much of a problem at lower speeds but somewhat more risky at the higher speeds most vehicles are travelling here. To hit the gravel at eighty or a ...