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All reviewscamel trekdesert campsand dunesone nighttaginenext morningwatching the sunrisecommon areasrunning watermint tealong driveswimming poolshower and toiletcomfortable hotelonce in a lifetimedelicious dinneran oasis
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Reviewed 25 March 2011

Our group of eight was met graciously by our host, Moha, with the traditional mint tea and soon we were having scarves tied around our heads Berber style. It was time to pack up your not so good camera and hop on your dromedary (one Hump) named Clyde for the overnight in the desert. This was a chance of a lifetime to sleep in a rustic Berber tent under the stars!
We each took only a small bag into the desert and left our luggage in a secured hotel room offered by the hotel. The guides helped us each onto our Berber buddy and started our one hour ride into the Sahara. The dromedarys were all docile and connected together, so there was no chance of having one take off from the group. The wind was blowing, the sand was caking in our sunglasses, it was a little chilly with a few sprinkles of rain, but it was so much fun. Our guides cooked our meal, a tagine, and served it in the dining tent. We did take with us our own wine that we had bought at Marjane supermarket. We all had individual tents for sleeping though they were all hooked together and the WC was just outside the tent compound. From what we understood, it had not rained in several months, but it did that night - and hard. About 3:00am we could finally see those stars we'd been hoping to see and upon waking at sunrise, a beautiful blue sky greeted us and a hardpacked desert, so easy for walking on the dunes. Our photos are incredible, blue sky and orange desert with great camel shadows on the dunes.
Breakfast and a hot shower awaited us back at the hotel. The hotel let us use 2 of the rooms to shower and reorganize before serving us a hearty breakfast on the rooftop terrace. I would highly recommend this experience for one night and I would recommend Kasbah Mohayut. I thought their service was great and the experience was once in a lifetime for most of us. Please remember this is rustic, in a tent, in the desert. You are not in a 5 star hotel nor even a bed and breakast, actually you could call it a bed and breakfast in the desert. Also, the hotel gives you a going away bottle of "sand", it's not cinnamon, so avoid putting it on your toast.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank zinniaqueen
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Reviewed 9 February 2011

The Kasbah Mohayut has a very charming Sahara / Berber setting that makes you feel the desert magic.
The 2 rooms we got were confortable and well equiped; we enjoyed both breakfast and dinned served in the restaurant / tent.
Don´t miss the fascinating morning camel dunes sunrise trip; he hotel can make all the arrangements...

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled with friends
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Thank ISR77
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Reviewed 19 December 2010

It seems there are rooms which have been refurbished while others that actually need refurbishment. The one we had needed to be taken care off. We didn't have hot water even if used within the time frame that we were told to use it to have hot water. The A/C was working but half way through the night it would decide to stop cooling. The toilet had quite a few insects and a couple of stools were broken. If one wanted dinner, this has to be pre ordered otherwise you will only manage to get an omelette. On the otherhand the pool area was very nice.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 15 December 2010

Our stay at Kasbah Mohayut and to the desert was the highlight of my trip to Morocco . The staff were welcoming, friendly and always helpful throughout our stay and even provided us with the tour of the village gardens and parts of the village itself. The meals were of local cuisine and our guided trip by camel in to the desert to camp the night was well worth the experience.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled with family
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Thank Keanie66
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Reviewed 2 December 2010

It was great. Lovely tour of the village where we spent quite bit in the shop! Bought some fossils from the smalll boys from the village. Rode a camel into the sunset and stayed in the desert one night in a Berber tent. All in all a wonderful experience.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled with family
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Thank Brigidy
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