Kasbah Elmehdaoui

Address: de l'Oued, Skoura, 45000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on de l'Oued, Skoura.
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    • Free parking

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    Travel Blogs from Skoura

    'The River's Coming'

    A travel blog entry by burkeys on May 27, 2015

    8 comments, 28 photos

    ... the toilet door which had been missing for over a year, since Malaga, (sorry Doug) I told him it wasn’t you.
    Skoura is a gentle place with mud brick Kasbahs and palm groves watered by an ingenious centuries old khettara system of locks, levers and canals, now protected by Unesco. After a two month journey across the Sahara, Blue robed Tuareg, desert traders, offloaded cargo from their caravans in Skoura, which was then packed onto ...

    Todra Gorge and the Mighty M’goun Valley

    A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 03, 2014

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... atop a load of hay stacked across its back. They were all happy to say hello, often accompanied with a beaming smile and lots of giggles. We balanced along the narrow walls stepping across irrigation channels and creeks then ventured along another valley and into a village. Walking along past all the mud built houses was amazing and again the locals were so delightful, with the children heading out to school we enjoyed chatting with a few who had mastered some ...

    Rockin' the Kasbah (uh you knew I'd use it)

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 30, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... stone cutters at the door who gave me a tour of the facility and showed me how they use enormous electric saws to cut the large blocks of stone into smaller pieces and then take the smaller pieces and using hand tools and cleaners to slowly reveal the fossils inside the stone. Once the cutting and chiseling is complete, the designers create magnificent table tops, sinks, and furniture.

    It was actually very interesting and as I wandered around the ...


    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Mar 04, 2013

    5 photos

    During the night we heard a thunderstorm passing. It was still drizzling when we got up to leave for Dades gorge about 150 Km. away. We soon found out that Morocco isn't used to a lot of rain. Apparently the last time it rained in the Ait Benhaddou region was nearly 12 month ago. Wherever there was a creek the locals were standing around watching the water. Bridges over creeks are few and far ...

    Over the Atlas

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Mar 13, 2008

    ... really appreciate this bird until we got much better views later in the day. Two Alpine Choughs flew over and we saw a flock of 10 more of these a short distance down the road near the boundary sign for Ouazarzate.
    As we descended towards Ouazarzate the land was noticeably drier and settlements started to look more like the desert villages that we ...