Address: Km 3 route de Marrakech, Beni Mellal, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Km 3 route de Marrakech, Beni Mellal.
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Travel Blogs from Beni Mellal

Over the hills and far away!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 07, 2014

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... pink boats were available for boat trips....we declined as it would have been like circling a small swimming pool...much nicer to sit on a rock and gaze up at the white cascades of water and feel the spray damp on your skin.

We crossed a couple of rickety planks and rocks to get to the other side and, as per Lonely Planet, followed the series of rock pools downstream. We then re-crossed over a couple of small and short falls and picked up ...

The Cascades of Ouzoud

A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 13, 2013

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... Argan Oil producers where we were encouraged to make a few purchases. We found some cheap Argan Oil lipstick that appealed to Katie, and dutifully bought that.

It was an interesting and well-guided tour, and we had no hesitation in paying him at the end of it - particularly because he was happy to be paid in English money and we were running short of the local currency, Dirham, by that time. Apparently he's going to be visiting Cardiff later this year...


We'll never go white water kayaking again

A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Mar 09, 2011

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... completely safe in the raft going down rapids that i know would have filled Bryony and I with trepidation had we still been in the kayaks.

We eventually make it to camp number two. As soon as we can we get into some dry clothes and hang around the fire that our local camp guide Mustapha has had waiting for us. We are both stiff and sore all over from our various mis-adventures but our guides are full of praise for ...

Where does all the water come from?

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Aug 30, 2010

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... down, and then another 100ft drop to the bottom. I was surprised to see that there were not that many tourists in the area.

There were quite a few people swimming in the bottom pool, but most were locals. This included a group of about 10 boys that were climbing the cliffs, and jumping off cliffs of about 75ft into the pools below. Because the cliffs are just made of mud, and not stone, the waterfalls were ...

Lake Tislite

A travel blog entry by dani.bora on Sep 03, 2008

... of the world. And we cannot, I feel, be content with second-hand knowledge, now can we? Ok, I realise the above was a tad philosophical, but I hope you enjoy this kind of debate...I do, and traveling for me usually translates into a lot of time for thinking, which I can't keep for myself. I leave you with a little something I wrote: To be taught is to be shown, To seek, err, experience Is to really learn. Stay Tuned on the rest of trip. Bye for now. ...