Takojte Hotel

Merzouga, Morocco | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Merzouga

Camel trek in the Sahara Desert

A travel blog entry by melanielacava


... br> Unfortunately, the rental car we got was a pretty small sedan, and having five people with luggage in addition to having to carry my HUGE red duffle, we were pretty darn squished in that car. After cramming as much as we could into the trunk, we ended up having to hold several backpacks and bags in our laps in the back seat, and poor Kevin had to sit with Val's luggage next to his legs in the front passenger seat. I am so lucky to have friends willing to deal ...

Fes to Merzouga

A travel blog entry by leanneroles


... we could stock up with a few bottles of wine to have in our rooms at night. So finally armed with our precious supplies we got on the road.
It wasn't long before we were leaving the green, verdant countryside behind and climbing into the Middle Atlas Mountains among the fog and the snow. There had been a snow fall a couple of nights before and the road had been closed so we were lucky to have perfect timing, the road was ...

Sunrise at the Dunes!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... was still pitch dark out and I tried to get some photos of John getting on his trusty steed but they didn’t turn out. The camels get up hind legs first so you are thrust forward before they rise up with their front legs. It was a little "unexpected." Many in our group rode the camels but there were a fair number of people who walked up the dunes. Khalid stayed with the walkers. Our guides are known as the Blue Men in this part of ...

Meeting Jimi Hendrix & Bob Marley

A travel blog entry by jj3101


... have been very exciting. We were shown to their tent where some old mattresses were pulled out for us to sit on. The mother was quick to get out some water and wipe down the very sandy table and bring out a bowl of dates for snacks. Like olives they are a Moroccon speciality and they have over 23 kinds across the country..these particular ones were delicious! The little boy was very shy towards us and was more focused on pulling out his small lego toy set to play ...

Relax Max With No Fax

A travel blog entry by mchilds


... as the wind was blowing. At first I thought I was hearing cars on a highway, but then someone pointed out that was a little impossible. I was actually hearing the wind over the dunes. After a little bit of a nap, it was back to the Jeeps, which took us to visit a community of Malians. Once again, we were served tea, performed for, and pressed into dancing by Mohammed. That guy really loves to dance. At some point during the day, I ended up sitting next to Hassan. We talked about a lot ...


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