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| Valle du Daraa, Zagora, Morocco
+212 662-200975
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2-Day Sahara Desert from Marrakech including Camel Ride
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Excursions dans le sud du Maroc et dans le desert, decouverte du peuple berbere, stages de darbouka, de cuisine marocaine et de poterie. / Trips in the South of Morocco and in the desert, discovery of Berber culture, workshops of cookery, darbouka drums and pottery.
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  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
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“en route” (2 reviews)
“library” (16 reviews)
| Valle du Daraa, Zagora, Morocco
+212 662-200975
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Reviewed 5 December 2017 via mobile

On the face of it this simple village en route between Zagora and M’Hamid does not seem very interesting but in fact an hour spent here is well worth it. We visited the old library and were shown around by an equally ancient old man...More

Thank Monda15
Reviewed 7 November 2017

A lovely old Moroccan town on the edge of the Sahara with family potteries and the oldest library in Morocco. An example of an old fashioned lifestyle not seen in the bigger cities.

Thank sandsh0912
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

We visited as we wanted to see the library. When we got to the door, a man approached us wearing a vest and told us the library would open in half an hour (it was Ramadan). He said he could show us the ksar while...More

Thank Yin L
Reviewed 1 June 2017

Tamegroute is a small town with numerous shops, many of which specialize in the local "green" pottery. Apparently the pottery gets its color during the firing process, where a local plant that grows along the riverbeds is used. Other than the shops--many of which are...More

Thank gschloesser1
Reviewed 28 April 2017

this is a very peaceful place, recommended for people that love reading, since here you can find one of the oldest libraries in Morocco.

Thank Johnmir13
Reviewed 27 January 2017

Amazing experience, make sure you have a lot of time to wander! No one place looks the same and try offroad if you can ;)

Thank AmvAmorim
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Get a tour if you can, so that you can get into the library, see the potters working, and get a glimpse of home life in this village.

Thank mlfranklin
Reviewed 13 December 2016

visit the local pottery works, and enjoy the kasbah and mellah, where the oldest copy of the qoran is kept.

Thank storiesincolour1
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Very nice city, full of artisans and pottery shops. Its quite small town so with few hours you will be able to have a great look and find some really nice things. Famous for produce the green ceramic for all Morocco. Totally worth a visit.

Thank Singular E
Reviewed 22 October 2016

We stopped here on the way to the desert and got to see one of the oldest libraries with 4000 books and the beautiful green pottery that comes from this region

Thank Jeanne F
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