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Hotel Kasbah Mohayut
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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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Reviewed 25 October 2010

Beautiful place with lovely, honest, and helpful staff. Honestly, in a place where we often felt as though people were constantly trying to get something out of us, this was a welcome oasis.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled with friends
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Thank PriyaG1404
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Reviewed 8 October 2010

After a long drive from Zagora in out trusty Fiat Punto (you do not need a 4 wheel drive car) we arrived at this amazing hotel. Comfortable and cool with beautiful bedrooms. Air conditioning and a great shower. A beautiful pool with lovely gardens all sheltering behind the high walls. The view from our window looked over to the dunes and the desert beyond. The food was extremely good and the service friendly and efficient. We had booked a camel trip to the desert the following day with an overnight stay in a Berber tent. The staff allowed us to keep our room even although we were not staying in it. The desert trip was amazing,the absolute high point of the holiday. A 2 hour camel ride (more comfortable than I had imagined) then a meal eaten under the stars followed by music and jokes with our young Berber guides. Comfortable beds with clean sheets and blankets. Up to watch a perfect sunrise over the desert then a peaceful trek back to the hotel where a lovely warm shower and a fantastic breakfast awaited. Fantastic!

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 September 2010

Our stay at Kasbah Mohayut was one of the best experiences we had in Morocco, plus we found a gem of a driver/guide, Ali, Moha's cousin. After corresponding with several desert kasbahs, we decided on Mohayut. Moha's (owner) quick response to my emails, complete answers to my questions, and fair price made this the perfect choice. The kasbah was full of character and charm, good food, considerate staff, comfortable beds, pool, AC, all and more one could hope to find right on the edge of the desert.

We (three adults) were anxious to have the desert bivouac experience. Late afternoon, we rode our camels through a breathtaking, ever-changing landscape like none I had ever seen. Our guide stopped periodically so we could take photos. The campsite was very comfortable with good beds, dining tent, flush toilet, lights, great tangine dinner and attentive staff. We had mint tea under an incredible canopy of stars. I felt like the queen of the desert! If you want an outstanding desert experience, this is the place!

In addition to our stay at Mohayut, Moha arranged for his cousin, Ali, to meet us in Fes, drive us to the desert and then across to our destination, Essaquira. Moha did an outstanding job in planning our 6 days with Ali, and the route he took was perfect.

1st day we left Fes early heading through the beautiful Middle Atlas, and spent the night at the kasbah. Second night was in the desert bivouac. The third morning, we departed for the Boumalen Dades though many Berber villages and to the Todra Gorge. The drive was very scenic, an agriculture river of green slicing though rocks, brown landscape, lush palm trees, and green pasture. Fourth morning we traveled through the Draa Valley seeing more beautiful and special spots and observing local lifestyle in the Berber villages. We had lunch near a famous kasbah which has been used in numerous films. Fifth day we continued on through Tarradant to Essaquira, stopping to photograph the amaging goats climbing argan trees. In Agadir, we had a delicous seafood lunch where all the locals go .

Ali took us to a women's co-op where they make products from the wonderful argan oil. Having Ali as our guide insured us of having good meals and maximizing our time to see and enjoy special places. We could travel at our pace and stop for that special photo. The restaurants Ali selected were all very good, and the places we stayed which Moha had selected were charming and comfortable.

Ali was very knowledgeable, accommodating, and patience while trying to get us to the next destination on time. Ali did everything he could to insure we had a memorial time, and it was like traveling with a friend. It was a long drive, but I would to it again in a heartbeat--and with Ali! Many thanks to Moha, Ali, and the special staff at Kasbah Mohayut.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled with family
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Thank OnTheGoSunnyvale_CA
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Reviewed 22 August 2010

Beautiful hotel on the edge of the sand dunes. We enjoyed the hospitality and delicious food for 9 days. Every evening we could walk out the back door directly into the sand dunes. We had a wonderful over night camel trek into the dunes and stayed in the Mohayut camp in the dunes. In the afternoons we enjoyed the beautiful pool and gardens in the hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank MaryFiona
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