Hotel Salama

Address: Center of Tafraout , Tafraoute, 85450, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Center of Tafraout , Tafraoute.
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    Travel Blogs from Tafraoute

    Bike repairs

    A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Jan 21, 2015

    4 photos

    ... With the tune up of the gear shifts I thought that this was like a new bike.

    I had no idea that this cold be achieved in a remote town like Tafraout.

    We also saw lots of panel beating in town, done the good old fashion way. I later heard from campers that they also do a really good job for a fair price. It is so good to see this still happens as they ...

    Tafraoute in the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Jan 19, 2015

    7 photos

    ... through some washed out bridges from the flood in November. On arrival in beautiful sunshine I was pleased that we made it without any drama.

    Tafraout is glorious, a village of 4000 people. The people are wonderful, very friendly and happy to have the tourists, they do come up to you and offer to sell things or services but if you say not thanks, that's it, they move off with a wave and a smile.

    It is a bad season for them this ...

    From sand to rock!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 15, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... This brings me to the unpleasant topic of how the Berbers get the oil out of the pip or rather, how they get the pip! Well, remember this is a country that doesn't use toilet paper so this is no big deal for them, but the traditional way to get the nut was to go through goats' poo looking for them, for Argan fruit is a favourite of the goat, hence they are found clambering all over these trees. I think it is fair to say that more modern methods have been put ...

    Day 6: Up the Tafraoute Valley

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Dec 06, 1994

    84 photos

    ... what it must feel like to live right under these boulders, knowing that someday one of them is going to come crashing down and smash your home. But I suppose, when you live an entire lifetime without ever seeing this happen, you don’t think about that danger any more. These rocks just become part of your family.

    Don’t the road is one more village before reaching Tafroute (0096, POST 7 hrs, 6.6 kms) Proper. I don’t bother finding out its ...

    Day 5: Berber-Rock Jam Session

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Dec 05, 1994

    95 photos

    ... they make a concrete bridge with steps and even handrails. Also, the roads here are narrow, but almost all paved, even to a tiny village. I’m told later that this isn’t due to the government’s special interest in developing this region, it’s because the people here work together and get things done. Their hard earned money isn’t just spent on houses—they also pool their resources to improve conditions for the entire area, building ...