La Perle du Draa

Address: Route de Mhamid -Km 4 de Zagora, Zagora, 45900, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Route de Mhamid -Km 4 de Zagora, Zagora, is near Agadir Beach, Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Zagora

    Shopping and roller coaster rides

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Mar 31, 2015

    ... change and I was ready for both. However, merely dipping my toe in was swimming enough for me: the temperature was freezing at best. Others in the group were braver, emitting the usual yelp of pain as they plunged into the icy water. I lay back and let the day's last sunrays beam down on me. Reading my book, relaxing in the sunshine, I was completely at ease. A late dinner of chicken, cous cous and Berber omlette, although not setting the world on fire, finished off the day ...

    To Zagora: Deserts, Floods and Hostile Borders

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 22, 2014

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    ... where we would finally branch off slightly south-west to the city of Zagora. From what we could see, if we travelled on the most direct route through the pistes, the trip would be around 170 kilometers. We had no idea about the time the trip would take as it was dependent on the terrain. We just hoped Alan's back would not give him to much curry.

    For the first part of our journey, we passed through sensational ...

    Marrakesh - Day 7

    A travel blog entry by tlburgess on Nov 08, 2013

    8 photos

    ... When the fire started to die, we all just laid back on the mats separating us from the soft sand beneath us and looked up at the clear sky about us. More stars than you can ever imagine covered us like a blanket and I counted 15 shooting stars from laying there for a short time.

    As our eyes drew heavy, we’d remembered hearing about other volunteers sleeping outside. So me, Pav and Tess decided to drag our bedding from the tent and attempt sleeping ...

    Ships of the sea to a deserted land

    A travel blog entry by ashstmartin on Aug 28, 2013

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    ... light.

    Once fed, with a nicely cooked chicked and vegetables, we sat and listened for 40 minutes to the berbers, or desert people, sing their arabic, traditional songs, accompanied by drums. After the first 3 they start to sound the same!

    Eventually, one of the berbers, said 'ok where id the guitarist?'. My cue.

    I played a few Rolling stones, and blues numbers, which went down really well. The highlight, seeing 4 berbers, dancing ...

    Sharif monument, library, and pottery

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Nov 29, 2012

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    ... trips like this so precious to me.

    We bid adieu to our little camp, and bounced our way back across the desert in our 4x4s to meet up with our regular bus and crazy driver Khaled.

    The first stop after reaching the buses was a monument in honor of Moulay Ali Sharif. This is the location where the current ruling dynasty (Alwad - sp?) of Morocco began in the early 17th century. The first king of this dynasty came to this region with the intent ...