5 based on 198 reviews
i really like this place it very peacefull and beautiful . where we found a lot of trees and palms with out forget an auberge in ait Mansour name's " AUBERGE AIT MANSOUR HANANE" it has a delicious plates and a famous omlette 'abdou berbere omlette'and ABDOU is a nice personne. and at night the sky was darck very full of stars
5 based on 17 reviews
I had to really fight the cab driver from Rissani to get me to my desired destination Chez Julia, and knew on first sight it was well worth it. Its a lovely hotel situated in the heart of a habited town. It was from here that I was looked after, (NEVER pushed) by the manager Iddir and his amazing child and chef wife, who mad the most extroidinary creations for my pesky vegitarianism - like seasoned baked beans and berber pizza... SO good. His brother was my host, on a camel into the desert, where I was made a tangine and sang songs to - all on my own, It was very special. This family were actually raised nomads right there and to hear the description of that life, like what part the stars had in daily life and survival,humbled me. Most companies wait until theres a huge number of people but thats into the way of this group. Budget, Genuine and Thoughtful. I From the hotel, I was honored Iddir took me on some day trips; to the lake and the African town near, stories of how it was to be raised here. Incredible. Cant wait to go back and bring everyone i know....
5 based on 18 reviews
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Thank you very much Mohamed for one week trip in south Morocco. We traveled with a group from Marrakech via Anti-Atlas to Erg Chegaga, and visited kasbahs, ksars, oases and local attractions. Thanks for super and friendly guidance, attention, music, percussion performance, delicious picnics and information about land and culture. I enjoyed it.
3.5 based on 161 reviews
The painted Rocks at the suburbs of the city is a magnfique place to visit and take pictures. It gives to the place a special beauty and memories at the granit maountains of the south.
5 based on 4 reviews
When visiting the Ammeln Valley and the villages at the base of the Mountains, you will notice that they nearly all have one thing in common: rising up the mountainside you will see an abandoned village and further down you will see the new village with more modern housing. Rather than demolishing these old Berber houses, they abandon them, then simply move a few metres down and build new.
La Maison Traditionnelle is one of these old abandoned Berber houses lovingly restored by a returned villager and his son.
From the ground floor where the livestock were kept, upwards to the kitchen and living quarters; daily village life is explained in an informative and entertaining way. At the end of the tour, tea is served and you can discover more in an informal chat with your hosts.
you can drive and park to within 100 metres of the house which is well signposted. We were staying at L'Arganier D'Ammelne and so it was an enjoyable 3km walk through the village of Oumesnat and their market garden plots to the Museum.
if you want to gain a greater understanding of the lives and the cultural history of this fascinating region, you can do no better than spend a little time here.
The charge when we visited was a suggested 20 Dirhams per person, but a little more is appreciated and well deserved.
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