Kasbah Le Touareg
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Kasbah Le Touareg
TripAdvisor Reviews Kasbah Le Touareg Merzouga
Travel Blogs from Merzouga
... while in Morocco. And spoke to us about the rugs, how they were created, the time and effort involved and every element of carpets in Morocco. It was fascinating but at the end of the day it was a sales pitch. He then went away and turned up with a few carpets and continued to do so until he had laid every single type of exemplar carpet on the floor in front of us. They were actually very beautiful but he didn't manage to get anyone to buy a carpet on this occasion. ...
... so early in the morning and trying to lighten the mood. I asked ‘for a taxi back’. A ground, open, swallow, moment followed as our usually jovial guide Obama shot me a dark look and someone piped up, ‘is that camel dead’ ? And it was then following the rest of the party’s gaze we saw the poor camel lying prostrate in the sand. On the return to the camp there was no pointing out scurrying dung beetles and sand snakes, and no ...
... in the last few years and it was theft. The elders went to the family and the family made the son give everything back. The don't have a huge religious preference, as they feel that can cause conflict. Living a life with your family and enjoying friends around a campfire is enough. There are very few satellite dishes and most of those are owned by hotels. They don't drink, but do enjoy tobacco with the ...
... quiet. We had a guide, Ibrahim, and our camels were tied together, so we walked along, up and down across the dunes, marvelling at the amazing views from every vantage point.
We were lucky to go at the time we did because the sun was going down, and the light was changing every minute. Ibrahim stopped us about 30 minutes tbefore sunset and we scrambled off camels and up a sand dunes to watch the sunset. The light ...
... lt;/i>?". OMG!....... We waited for Mohamed for nearly an hour watching this charade when Alan suddenly exploded. "<i>GET ME OUT OF THIS FRIGG"N PLACE</i>!!!" he thundered before storming off to see if he could find Mohamed. Thankfully, he did find Mohamed sitting in his car. I have no idea what we were expected to do or see but it didn't matter. And bugger the camel ride in these conditions. We were soon flying off ...