Kasbah Le Touareg

Address: B. P. 11, Merzouga, 52202 , Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on B. P. 11, Merzouga, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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    Travel Blogs from Merzouga

    Merzouga and the Desert trip!

    A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Dec 06, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... hours past the dunes to the barren land close to the Algerian mountains. It was obvious to see the effect that the floods had on the desert and there were small rivers running and mud which would usually be dried land. Thanks to my camel, which I named Geoffrey, we had to make a sizeable detour. He refused to walk the direction Sayed wanted him to go in, he thought it might be because he remembered that last time there was a flood he couldn't pass that bit of ...

    Interim..long day's journey

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 22, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... of everyone else, to which they appeared careless or oblivious. Groups tend to do this. Landing at Tangier, we hauled our bags up the dock, through customs, and met the touts and taxi drivers. A man called David attached himself to us, offering to look after us in the little time we had in Tangier, protect us from touts and hustlers, and be our friend. He showed us to the ATM where we withdrew 2000 Moroccan dirham. He then became more personal, asking our names, shaking ...

    Morocco part 2: the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... One can see how this has helped morocco become a backpacker haven. In the evening, we ventured out into the Saharan desert on our camel tour. We went to a part of the Sahara called Erg Chebbi, which is a large sea of sand dunes formed by wind-blown sand. Dorothy and I each got camels and were led by a 65 year old guide named Mohammad. The camel is an incredibly interesting, albeit awkward creature. Everything about them, from their flexible long necks, how they sway when ...

    One hump or two?

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 27, 2014

    14 photos

    ... van in gear and started driving...he came with us, refusing to let go. In the end he left us no option but to carefully accelerate whereupon he finally let go rather than be dragged behind.

    We hadn't gone 500m and another guy dressed in the same kit stood in the middle of the road and flagged us down. This time, we slowed and then dived to the left around him - he was not a happy teddy, cursing and shouting after us. We were over ...

    One more off my bucket list

    A travel blog entry by adekay on Sep 09, 2013

    2 comments, 64 photos

    ... of the dunes change every few minutes. Each shot more colourful than the last. The texture of the sand is nothing like beach sand. Fine and soft and it does not stick to your skin at all, even on moist skin it brushes off easily.

    After the final photos of the sunset we decided the best way down the dunes was to cart wheel.

    On return to the camp site the two Canadian girls ...