Village Touristique Bougafer

Address: Oasis de Tazarine Centre, Tazzarine, 45700, Morocco | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Oasis de Tazarine Centre, Tazzarine.
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      Travel Blogs from Tazzarine

      Weird and Whacky Weather

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 18, 2014

      41 photos

      ... bumps began to rise on my head from the beating. I felt it for a week afterward. You gotta see the video to believe. Flood waters filled the lower stretches of the road as we drove off looking for a safe place to put the car. We thought the hail was striking the windshield hard enough to break it. There were no bridges or gas station overhangs to take refuge under.

      The sky lightened and the ...

      Camel riding in the Sahara Caroline

      A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier on Oct 31, 2012

      2 comments, 23 photos

      ... local Kasbah and then onto the "Bedouin camp " . This turns out to be a campground ( more like a compound ,) with sort of Bedouin style tents.... Folded up blankets onto a mud floor covered by hessian type material over a stick frame. Not very waterproof so there were taupaulin sheets thrown over the top . We are on the edge of the Sahara desert in a town called Tazzarine. No alcohol is sold here of course re Muslim religion. We introduced ...

      Into the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by gouldi on Oct 03, 2006

      ... makes for amazing sunrises and sunsets, and if youre willing to haul yourself up the dunes, the sandboarding isn't too bad either. When in the desert, the other thing you 'have to do' is ride camels out into the dunes. We called my camel Jimi (after Jimi Hendrix) after one of the guides gave it a toke from a ...

      John I survived the Camel Trip in the Sahara!

      A travel blog entry by shanewilson on Aug 18, 2006

      19 photos

      Another long drive today to our desert town, Merzouga. We boarded our camels and trekked out to Erg Chebbi dunes, UNSCATHED. My trust in camels has been restored. The scenery was spectacular but very similar to that in the Gobi desert. It is a very soothing experience riding camels in the ...

      Sooooo Dry

      A travel blog entry by adriana20 on Mar 19, 2006

      18 photos

      The Sahara... all I can say is it is soooooo dry here. It's amazing how many places sand can get stuck on your clothes and skin; the sand here is always floating around in the air and sticks to everything. It gets better in the Dunes because it's cleaner and not as dusty. In the dunes the silence is amazing, there is no wind, no animals, no people etc etc, just the sand, which is constantly moving and changing colour with the sun. Anyway, here are the ...