Kenzi Rissani

Address: Avenue Moulay Ali Cherif , Errachidia, BP 3, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenue Moulay Ali Cherif , Errachidia.
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      Riding camels and camping in the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 15, 2014

      125 photos

      ... in Las Vegas. It is hard to believe it can be shipped all the way from here and arrive intact. Time will tell…
      Having more than fulfilled our shopping expectations here in Morocco, we journey on an additional 90 minutes to a location deeper in the Sahara, where we will ride camels in to our tented camp for the night. It is a really fun evening.
      We are only 3 miles west of the Algerian border, which is a bit hard to believe, and we are thankful that we ...

      One hump or two

      A travel blog entry by alchandler on Jun 28, 2013

      11 photos

      ... 30 degrees in the tent and it was a very windy night so the tent was pretty noisy.

      For dinner we had the Moroccan staple, tagine. It as very good, with lots of chicken and vegetables. This is cooked over an open fire.. While the food in morocco is pretty good, you find that there isn't much diversity in the choices of what to eat. It is pretty much a tagine (lamb or chicken), cous cous ( ...

      Thats another fine mess you've got me into Stanley

      A travel blog entry by twovines on May 05, 2013

      6 photos

      ... collect sun hats and head off to the gorge which is 800 metres away. It's Sunday and a hive of activity as the locals paddle in the river, splash in the mini waterfalls and picnic in the small palmerie at the entrance to the gorge. Would you believe it, ten minutes into our walk (which is stunning BTW) and it starts to rain. First small spots, then heavier spots until finally it is pouring down. Our attempts to shelter under palm trees are of little use. The wind whips up and ...

      Berber village and camel rides at sunset

      A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013 on Jan 25, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... Sahara desert, for probably the only time in my life and I was not about to let that ruin my experience. As I sat on top of that dune, I decided to go back down and retrace my steps to see if I could find it.( big shout out to Antonino that helped me search for it, thanks buddy) No such luck. When I got back to the fire, I asked the guide if they had a metal detector (you never know, lol) he said no, but came back to the dune with me to look again. Once again, we ...


      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 03, 2012

      13 photos

      ... colors of sunburnt rocks, and the crowded together randomly like a kid's pile of blocks. As it was a mystery to me how and why people could live here, I felt foreign and uncomfortable.
      Eating olives and peanuts beside a mosque calmed me down. And I hitchhiked onward, continuing in the direction of the Sahara Desert. I reached my destination for the day: the Ziz Gorge.
      Silty blue aqua water trickled ...