Chems Le Tazarkount

Address: BP 54, Afourer, 22050, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on BP 54, Afourer, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Chems Le Tazarkount Afourer

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Afourer

After a 440 kms ride, a place to chill.

A travel blog entry by mrushmere on Jun 13, 2014

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Mrushmere stayed here on Jun 13, 2014 during their trip titled: Mike & Christine by motobike to Morocco..

Over the hills and far away!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 07, 2014

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... On the way down through scrub and Argan trees, we came across a well built concrete viaduct which the village had obviously built to capture and redirect water to corn, maize and barley crops as well as Argan trees, cultivated for their oil.

I guess we felt a little apprehensive climbing up to this village as I would not imagine they get many visitors at all; this is well off the beaten track. We came in through the bottom end, up some ...

At Taounate

A travel blog entry by mikeanthony on Oct 20, 2013

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This place is on the N8 just on the rise into the Rif mountains from the south. We started today about 230km south of Azrou and have been on the N8 most of the day heading NNE. In fact we missed out Azrou as just before it we took a turn into the hills to see the cedar forest. Well it is marked on the map as such and there were some to be seen but mostly some other kind of tree. This diversion led us back to ...

We'll never go white water kayaking again

A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Mar 09, 2011

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... colder and more tired. Its a viscious circle – more tired means more mistakes, so when the invitation to get in the raft is made again I reluctantly (but thankfully) take it. The rest of the afternoon is a doddle, apart from the raft getting stuck a couple of times. I hadn’t realised how much easier it is for the raft getting down the rapids compared to the kayaks. Of course the experienced guys made it look easy but ...

Monkeys and a waterfall

A travel blog entry by aeriol on Sep 03, 2010


... the super sweet mint/black tea during Ramadan for energy & high carbs because they cant eat during the day. Makes sense.

He also told me about Sidi Kawki (or kaouki) a laid back beach place. It looks AMAZING. In the past few days outside of Marrakech I have actually decided I want to come back to Morroco (shocking huh?!) WITH a boyfriend, skipping the cities and doing a roadtrip through the desert, hitting up quiet places, meeting berber, nomadic tribes, and avoiding city ...