Ryad Mogador Menzah

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

194 Avenue Mohammed VI, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Advice on guide for Mt. Toubhal

by NinaBonde

I am travelling on my own in Morrocco in February and I need a guide to go to the top of the Mt. Toubkhal. Does anyone know of a good company to buy a trip from? Thank you - Nina

Re: Advice on guide for Mt. Toubhal

by angiebabe

Yes good guides in Imlil which is the base and trekking centre for trips up Toubkal - just need to get there,about an hour and a half to 2 hours from Marrakech- there are regular buses to Asni or grande taxis and then another grande taxi up to Imlil.

Only trouble is FEbruary is generally still difficult with snow and ice or at minimum crampon climbing/trekking - I was in Imlil last February and stayed in the gite of a very kind family - Lahcen is a professional guide, all guides there must be certified, who took a group up while I was there who knew it might not be doable but wanted to go as far as they could and try but returned as it was too dangerous - but there are lovely walks that can still be done up in the mountains around there which I did and you get great views of Toubkal from Imlil in good weather.
It was lovely during the day or when sunny so still a nice place to visit even if its too early to get up Toubkal - otherwise you probably need to wait another few weeks.
I would recommend the services of Lahcen Alahiane at Dar Adous, a little village just above the village of Imlil a few minutes walk - mobile ph 00212666572638 or 00212524485656 or email lahcenalahiane@yahoo.fr

his wife is a wonderful cook so the gite is good for meal and their price is good lowish budget for rooms with ensuite if you can endure the freeze in the night - Lahcen has put in a really good woodburner into his guesthouse which heats the main area wondefully but the bedrooms are just too cold to be comfortable without something like 6 blankets but I survived for 3 nights otherwise you might want to pay a bit more to stay in a place in Imlil village with heating

anyway see what you decide about February. If you do contact Lahcen please tell him Angela from Feb last year told you about him here on VT and he will be very happy to hear that.

Re: Advice on guide for Mt. Toubhal

by citytoyou

in which period of february

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Laundry / washing clothes

by keibunkin

http://www.lostinmarrakech.jimdo.com
A new place in Medina (Marrakech) they have Laundromat service.
Washing clothes by washing machine and dried by natural sun shine.
It is charged by kg and price is cheaper than hotel or dry cleaning shop. It is now under the renovation but will open soon in 2011.

Head out to Telouet

by angiebabe

Telouet was one of the principal residences of the Al Thami El-Glaoui, the pasha of Marrakech, who served the sultan, Mohammed V, but switched allegiances to the French in 1912, (because he and others like him knew that any independent Moroccan government would soon put an end to his unlimitless power and extravagance) which gave him power and lordship over a large area of Southern Morocco ie the Atlas and High Atlas.

His kasbah at Telouet he named the Kasbah of 1001 nights and it is said that he had workman there constantly building and decorating his palace into a place of opulence and grandeur that he and the Glaoui after him treasured.

His opposition to the King cost dearly as on his death his family were exiled and all possessions dispersed. This kasbah and town with such an illustrious past has been in neglect since 1956.

Of this opulent kasbah, commenced in the 19th century there is only access to one of the buildings built in the 20th century, in my opinion very beautiful but sadly still in neglect and still deteriorating so its time left is sadly running out.

In addition to visiting the kasbah in its lovely valley and mountain surrounds there is the attraction of the weekly Thursday souk bringing berber villagers from miles around, the salt mine on the road to Anmiter, the lovely route with kasbahs to Tasgha and the lovely road to Anmiter which is an unusually well preserved fortified town at the end of the road and start of the 4x4 route of the old pass down to Ait BenHaddou.
About 140 km from Marrakech in the direction of Ouarzazate, this road is a particularly scenic route taking you over two mountain passes, past berber villages built along rivers and up hillsides. In your own car it can be done in 2 hours depending on how many photo stops you make, 4-5 hours by daily bus leaving early afternoon from Marrakech or by grande taxi to the Telouet turnoff where you will need to meet the bus, another grande taxi or flag a lift for the final 21 kms of stunning scenery to the town centre.

A must

by belgianchocolate about At the Jemaa-el-fna


Ok , Marrakesh is infected by tourists.
But eating at the Jemaa-el-fna square is a must
in the evening. An experience. It turns in into
this giant open air restaurant. Locals and
tourists eat side by side.

You can tell which one is the tourist stall , and
which one is were the locals eat. The locals like
eating for instance sheep heads. Something
most tourists find not so appealing.

We just went for our intuition....
I love Moroccan cuisine and I had a salad
some grilled sausages , a pastilla with chicken ,
coca-cola....bread....all for about 5 euro.
It tasted really good..


Ignore the pushy vendors and take your time
to look around. Shake hands , smile. :-)
Think about it. The bill will always be a little
more then you had in mind. They also charge
you some taxes , the olives , the extra bread...etc etc.
Still good value for money.

Visiting The Ménara :The symbole .......!!

by khalid_2

The long avenue Menara leads to the gardens of Menara. Symbole of Marrakech, in the same measure as minaret of Koutoubia, this olive grove of hundred hectares is the right place to take a walk.
The big basin in the middle reflect an elegant saadian hall which sheltered the rendez-vous of the sultan. According to the legend, on of the two had a habitude: to throw into the water the last night’s companion.

Souk Smarine - Clothing Souk

by angiebabe

The souk of Marrakech is divided into districts - named by the goods on offer - the clothing souk or Souk Smarine is near the entrance to the souks from the main square Djma Elfna and up via Rue Souk Smarine. This southern end of Rue Souk Smarine is flanked by textile shops and souvenir shops with all sorts of attractive to the tourist eye items.

the souks of Marrakech have a reputation for wide variety and high quality of goods - amongst the not so good quality of course! - from fabric to jewellery and slippers and leatherwork . So all sorts can be bought here and the range really is extensive - from silk scarves to cotton pashmina - fabrics and textiles in amazing ranges of choice - interesting tassels and bags - and childrens clothing as well.

From the left side of Rue Souk Smarine are several covered markets - kissarias- which also have textiles and clothing for sale.

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Address: 194 Avenue Mohammed VI, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco