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Dar El Khamlia Reviews

Ksar Khamlia, Merzouga, Morocco

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The tajines cooked by the owner were delicious. Great experience to stay in a mud hut like the local people of the desert and to sleep on top of the roof one night under the stars. The family were friendly and we enjoyed the magic tricks demonstrated by the owner's nephew Younes. The owner also arranged a local bus to pick us up to bring us to Rissani,that was a cool experience. The owner also arranged a ride on camel back to see the sunrise, another cool experience


As a family of 6 we felt very welcome in Dar El Khamlia. Allthough this is a modest house, we had the best comfort, best shower & best food in whole Maroc. Our arrival was celibrated with music. We enjoyed the tricks of Addi, the cooking of Ibrahim, the company of the whole family. With camels we rode to the Dunes and enjoyed the sunset. In a 4x4 we felt as drivers of Paris-Dakar. We've been in quite a lot of country's but these days in El Khamlia will have a special place in our hart.


This was a fantastic opportunity to stay in a traditional house in the desert. The family were most hospitable & helped us with everything we needed. We booked a camel trek through them, & it & our guide were fantastic. Thanks again - we will definitely recommend this place.


I can't call this place a hostel, it is a home. Ibrahim and his family played the perfect hosts. Simple, clean, secure and a very relaxed atmosphere and ofcourse the home made food was great!

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