Auberge du Sud

Address: Dunes d'Erg Chebbi Merzouga, Merzouga, Morocco | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Dunes d'Erg Chebbi Merzouga, Merzouga, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge du Sud Merzouga

      Reviewed by johnsjourneys

      A Camp in the Desert

      Reviewed Jul 26, 2012
      by (54 reviews) , Taiwan Flag of Taiwan

      The Beduoin Campsite is a 90 minute camel ride from the main hotel
      For a camp it is clean and comfortable
      There is a toilet and a washbasin, but no water!
      Good dinner and breakfast
      Absolute quiet, and the stars are like spotlights in the clear sky
      Berber music and songs are the entertainment
      The best part is the ride to and from the camp
      The main hotel has showers, swimming pool, restaurant, etc.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge du Sud Merzouga

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      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 ...

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      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 22, 2014

      2 comments, 29 photos

      ... French silk. Look, smell this' he brings a bowl of bleach soaked samples.'The dye does not run, can you see? It does not run, and sir if you buy today, you get second side free! He goes to the central table and flips the table cloth. The design is the same on the other side. 'If you buy today, I make you very good price. If you buy two, I make you better price. Which does madam like? A very good choice, this is Berber design, very beautiful.' We like what ...

      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

      ... Fortunately we spotted the camp and headed straight for safety within its walls....no wonder they wall the camps - it is to keep the touts out! There is no doubt that Merzouga is touristy, but there is also no escaping the fact that once inside the camp, Le Petit Prince, we were right in the midst of the dunes. Five metres from the van were about twenty or so dromedaries and a sea of dunes....it was breathtaking and in that respect it ...

      One more off my bucket list

      A travel blog entry by adekay on Sep 09, 2013

      2 comments, 64 photos

      ... beetle would survive the desert heat.

      Time to have breakfast. Omelette, juice, lemon couscous, ample mint tea, yogurt and fruit. Anything is possible in the desert!. Sad to leave here but the time had come to pack up and head back to Merzouga then Marrakesh. I leave my signature in the sand and take one last photo. We mount up and head back on the camels. This time it was worse as ...