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Lovely Hike Through Valley of the Roses and a great local guide!

First you must find "L'Auberge Gite D'Etape Tamaloute" in the tiny village of Tamaloute. Sit on... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2018
NN14
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Toronto, Canada
Beautifull view

On south Maroco, there isn't many big cities, you go there for desert, dunes... and for Valey of... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2017
DarkMike77
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Piaseczno, Poland
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13 Mar 2018
“Lovely Hike Through Valley of the Roses and a great local guide!”
27 Oct 2017
“Beautifull view”
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Dades Valley | near Bouteghrar, El Kelaa 43000, Morocco
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Reviewed 14 March 2018

First you must find "L'Auberge Gite D'Etape Tamaloute" in the tiny village of Tamaloute. Sit on the outdoor patio and have a fabulous lunch of moroccan salad, skewers of marinated chicken, fresh baked bread and finish off with fresh mint tea and oranges. At the...More

Thank NN14
Reviewed 19 December 2017

Someone posted several photos of Ouarzazate's "Ait-Ben-Haddou" Castle, but this destination is a totally different attraction to Valley of Roses which is located closer to Dades Valley which are 2.20hrs away from Ait Ben Haddou Castle attraction.. So don't read this listing and pics and...More

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Reviewed 4 December 2017

Ksars and mud fortresses are why we visited. Imagine, oasis and palm groves with massive mud structures that are incredible in size and design. Realize these are family homes. Do not enter or wander about without first asking permission or being invited. Practice common courtesy....More

Thank Cavydad
Reviewed 27 October 2017

On south Maroco, there isn't many big cities, you go there for desert, dunes... and for Valey of roses. It fine pace to look, to treking and calm down.

Thank DarkMike77
Reviewed 6 August 2017

We visited there which was a small village with few families, they lived in the ancient built houses. The house was cold even though in hot summer using the special raw material. You can have the good view from the top. But you need to...More

Thank clui888
Reviewed 28 April 2017

nice valley with a lot of history around the cultivation of roses. personally i don;t like its smell, so not of my interest in general.

Thank Johnmir13
Reviewed 20 October 2016

We had to stop at 3 different rose product shops to get more information about the valley and the process used to produce the rose products. The shop assistants were not forthcoming and nothing was marked and it seemed as if the focus is to...More

Thank WEALLLUVTRAVEL
Reviewed 30 January 2016

this town as called town of roses , yeah it is , i walked the roses fields and the nature and air of this village is amazing

Thank Talia A
Reviewed 7 January 2016

we were on our way to Erfoud and they propose us to stop there , nothing to see in that location except some greedy business owners trying to sell some stuff just don't pay what they say cuz once you looks like a tourist they...More

Thank AARON A
Reviewed 16 December 2015

I have never seen like this place in my life , it was a magical things and lovely people and cute mountains ,

Thank Jeana M
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