lub Salam Hotel

Route de Rissani, Erfoud, Morocco | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $46.00

Travel Blogs from Erfoud

Day 6 - 28 December 2008

A travel blog entry by billybull


It was an early start as we had a lot of travelling to do. I was enjoying breakfast with the group when Naomi appeared, and with a flourish, deftly placed my knickers on the breakfast table in front of everyone. "Must have picked them up by mistake in the Hamman" she said and there ended the shortest friendship ever. We left Fes to ascend into the …


A travel blog entry by cahoward


Rough terrain and a long day traveling through it. Snow got us again. It's been snowing in the mid Atlas Mountains for three days so the pass we were to take today was closed. Undaunted we rerouted through via single lane, and I do mean SINGLE lane, through astoundingly beautiful and rough terrain. I kept thinking of New Mexico and Jackson Wyoming with the plains bookended by high snowy mountains. Saw tons on shepherds with ...

Deserts in the Middle of the Mountains

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... ask for empty water bottles, which Karem told me were quite valuable because most people in the area have to go to local springs to fill up water bottles for their water supply so I took to collecting my bottles and giving them to Karem to either toss out the window at outstretched arms as we drove by or to hand over when we pulled up somewhere.

About the same time we started seeing the swath of date palms, we also started seeing homes and buildings ...

1482. A Stroll Through the Oasis

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... thing I’d expect to be in the pocket of a local farmer here—and shows me some nice shots he took of the river, not far away.

Actually, this fellow isn’t a farmer, he lives and works elsewhere in Morocco and comes here on vacation. But clearly this is, and always will be his home.

“I sure wish we could have a picture taken of us together” he tells me. ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan


... Berber, just Arabic! French is not an official language, but is everywhere just due to the former colonisation. Also, I have no idea where this topic came from, but Moroccans pay no property taxes, which results in a lot of foreigners, especially from Spain, buying up property here for cheap.

Around 1:30 am, I was already off to bed, but yet again..."Japon! Where are you?" Soooo I was dragged out of bed (mattress in a Berber tent) and a bunch of us ...


This 2 star hotel, located on Route de Rissani, Erfoud, is near Todra Gorge, Tafraout-Aventure, and Town Square.
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Erfoud, Morocco