Skoura Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Skoura

A short visit to Skoura reminded me of the magic of the valley of a thousand Kasbah’s, the picturesque scenery of the landscape and the sweetness of the friendly locals....

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After your visit and lunch, we will resume driving to Dades Valley, we will have a break in Ouarzazate to notice "Taourirt Kasbah"then, we go more deeply to south east to the green Dades valley and the city of roses through the magic Skoura palmery, we will reach Dades Valley in the sunset, Dinner and Overnight in A hotel/Riad Day 2: Dades Gorges - Tenghir - Todra Gorges - Tinjdad - Erfoud - Merzouga (Camel excursion/ trek and Night in desert Camp) After breakfast and bath, we will open our journey to Merzouga Sahara Desert, prior to our leaving, we will drop in Dades Gorges and will be a suitable chance to have a pretty pictures and attractive scene to set eyes on... we will go on to Tinghir '' Todra Gorges '' there you will have more time to march in this area and then we move to the Tinjdad town where we will take lunch, thereafter we head to Merzouga Desert where the camel hike tours commence from, we will go by Erfoud the Moroccan capital city of fossil's, we will get to Merzouga in the afternoon about 16:00 to be prepared to sit on camels to go to the erg chebbi dunes, before we quit to desert, the camels will be filled with water, food, covers and anything else which our trip requires, each individual will have his camel, you will accompany camels for 1h 30 within the dunes of Sahara Erg chebbi.upon your coming to the camp ''nomad tents'' you will let your belongings in the tent and then you can wander in the dunes to stare at the amazing sunset and attempt a sand board in the sand dunes !...

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After I booked our trip to Turkey, I started researching the lamps I was looking for. I realized that they weren't Turkish lamps at all. They were Moroccan lamps. Oh boy, I should've done my research first. So, now I had some explaining to do to my hubby. "So, the lamps aren't Turkish, they're Moroccan. We need to go to Morocco," I said. He laughed, "And you already booked our trip to Turkey? Ok, well, what are we going to do?" This is where I'm grateful to be married to a man who embraces my crazy. "We're going to Morocco, too. I'm going to add it to our trip," I replied.


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