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You really need to be aware of the sun angle on this place and the time of day so you get the iconic photos from across the river - so go early in the morning. The river was flowing strongly when we visited so could...More
I can clearly see why this is a Unesco heritage site and so many movies were done here. Time just stopped at this place.
Our local guide Yassin was excellent. He was just suggested by our driver and does not represent a big operator. You...More
Never in may life have I seen a more charming place! The little houses are amazing, so small, with narrow streets. No electricity, no water, people are living like hundreds of years ago! We had a guide who explained what we saw, was amazing!
This place exceeding our expectations more than any other site/city we had visited in Morocco. We stayed inside the Ksar overnight at Kasbah Tebi - where our rooms were lit up with only candles. What an experience. We also got lost inside the Ksar at...More
After a rather tense journey up the Ticki and Tichka pass from Marrakesh we were welcomed bythe stunning view of this ksar. The ksar is a stunning place to roam around and as it was vey hot we ventured to the ksar for views of...More
Ait Ben Hadou, is a berbere village in the province of Ouarzazate on the the foothills of the Atlas mountains now protected by UNESCO as one very old berbere architectural sites. Close houses houses built with clay earthy castle towers grouped.
the village is built...More
Easy! If you are used to drive through the mountains like the Alpes for example, or something alike than this would be no issue. We did it this winter with our little family with our small Fiat 500. Not the most powerfull... More
Easy! If you are used to drive through the mountains like the Alpes for example, or something alike than this would be no issue. We did it this winter with our little family with our small Fiat 500. Not the most powerfull car, but we didn’t need more. Stop once a while to enjoy the view. In the mountains, there are enough bars for a drink or food.
There aren't a lot of options for food, accommodation or activities in the town in my opinion, so since you have a car I'd recommend a day trip to visit the site. The climb to the top isn't very difficult/long for someone of... More
There aren't a lot of options for food, accommodation or activities in the town in my opinion, so since you have a car I'd recommend a day trip to visit the site. The climb to the top isn't very difficult/long for someone of average fitness, depending how much you want to explore you probably wouldn't need more than 2-3 hours max.