Kasbah Ennasra

Address: BP 167, Ksar Labtarni, Rissani, 52450, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on BP 167, Ksar Labtarni, Rissani.
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    Travel Blogs from Rissani

    Christmas Eve

    A travel blog entry by madkath on Dec 24, 2014

    24 photos

    ... His other sister had given birth to a baby boy the day before and so his mother was with them at the hospital, we were sorry we missed meeting her. Anyway we sat in the very basically furnished lounge around a small table and ate the " pizza" - a type of bread dough filled with minced meat, onions, nuts and spices, absolutely delicious. All washed down with mint tea of course! After dinner we went to see the Rissani Kasbah, ...

    Riding camels and camping in the Sahara

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

    125 photos

    ... military bases and we arrive at a tiny airport, next to a large military installation with thousands of soldiers (our guide said the military declines to divulge much information about the activities at any of their bases), in the midst of a very stark desert landscape. We are in the northern reaches of the Sahara desert, and will be driving another two hours further into the Sahara for our overnight stay this evening.
    Only 20 minutes from Errichidia, we crest a ...

    Meeting Jimi Hendrix & Bob Marley

    A travel blog entry by jj3101 on Sep 07, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... Hammi showing his driving skills as we do doughies in the sand. It doesn't take long before we start to see the little makeshift tents that belong to the Nomadic families scattered across the plains. As we pull up to one of them we hear a little kid scream with delight and run out to meet us. He is instantly jumping all over Mustapha and Hammi. Being an only child living in the middle of the desert with only two goats as friends it seemed only logical that ...

    Camping in the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by avangilder on Mar 29, 2013

    197 photos

    My next stop after Fez was to the Sahara Desert. The journey took us about 8 hours. About 7 in the bus, and the another hour in Jeep 4x4s, because you can't very well take a bus through the desert. The journey there itself was unbelievably, let alone the actual desert. Even though it's small, Morocco is a country of all climates. We started out in a rainyish Fez, went through snow and slush, then through the dry, windy mountains, and then finally to the desert. Going through ...

    1479. Back to the Fascinating Mud Castle Region

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

    11 photos

    ... village just a few hundred meters off the road, I know I’ve got to check it out. Remember, this is about the experience, not the destination.

    Moulay Abdellah Dakket is another picture perfect castle village—great for a videoclip. I don’t go inside, but do explore the perimeter with its partly crumbled corner towers, tiny windows peeking out over the oasis… elegant main entrance. Yep, it’s good to be ...