Hotel Kasbah Ouzina

Address: 58 km from Erg Chebbi-Merzoug to the South-Est by Taouz, Merzouga, 52450, Morocco | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 58 km from Erg Chebbi-Merzoug to the South-Est by Taouz, Merzouga, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Ski-in/Ski-out


          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Breakfast Available
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Multilingual staff
          • Conference facilities
          • Concierge desk
          • Banquet room
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Babysitting service
          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kasbah Ouzina Merzouga

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          Travel Blogs from Merzouga

          Erg Chebi Sahara dunes and camels and overnight

          A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 18, 2015

          4 photos

          ... the sand dunes we met our camel guide, a Touareg named Ibrahim. We were helped to climb onto the camels and shown how to sit. The camel ride was quite the unique and special experience. It was pretty scary when the camel first stood up! Riding through the dunes was quite magical - the 4 of us were in a caravan, led by Ibrahim on foot with the camels all being led attached by a blue nylon rope. Completely quiet with no one else around. The only problem was it was very windy ...

          The Camel Incident

          A travel blog entry by burkeys on May 27, 2015

          8 comments, 31 photos

          We stopped briefly in the town of Rissani in South - East Morocco to find a supermarket which the nearer to the desert we drove were becoming more scarce. Every now and again it’s necessary to stock up in a Carrefour but in the east there was no such option either. We usually buy fruit, vegetables, bread and meat in the souks the (not to be missed) essence of Morocco and an eye opener for us wimpy Europeans. The souk (market place) is where the ...

          Visit to fossil factory and berber visit

          A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Feb 06, 2015

          26 photos

          ... in silence. Later we discussed this and found that this would be in formal situations, not amongst friends. That was relieving to hear, as there was lots of laughter and discussion through the lunch. The food was great. Ahmed's wife did not join us and stayed in the kitchen. We tried our best to eat with one hand. Our poor eating skills were obvious and they very patiently showed us the right way, much to ...

          Merzouga and the Desert trip!

          A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Dec 06, 2014

          2 comments, 17 photos

          ... thanked them for having us and embarked on our journey. Thankfully though we had only been travelling for a few hours when we stopped for lunch in another Berber village. This place obviously catered to tourists and we met a couple of really interesting people who were doing the same sort of thing. They served us a Berber pizza, which we saw being prepared which was really cool. The man cooked it using and upturned tin which he had made a fire on that cooked the ...

          Morocco part 2: the Sahara

          A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 11, 2014

          2 comments, 9 photos

          ... plodding along to the Berber tent camp we were staying for the night, Mohammad heard the call announcing the break of fasting for the day, and dropped down to start eating. Between gulps of food, he told us it was 15hrs since he last ate or drank. We were pretty ashamed that we had enlisted the services of a starving man as old as our fathers to guide us around the desert for 25euros each. After we got to the tent, he made us some tea and spoke to us. Like most Moroccans, ...