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Forget the anonymous and characterless hotel stays. At Douar Samra, you will know everyone’s name (even the donkey’s!) and you’ll be a part of the family. It’s a traditional Berber home which had been restored as a guesthouse but didn’t lose its original character. Set in Imlil Valley, in the ...
A visit to Matmata, Tunisia will take you through both movie history and a cultural introduction to the nomadic people who settled the area. Located about 40 kilometers from the oasis of Gabes, Sidi Driss is set in a rugged, arid environment that was deemed the perfect location for the ...
The La Mamounia Marrakech is truly a luxurious hotel that has aged remarkably, even 90 years after its creation. The La Mamounia Park is covered in greenery and gives you 20 acres of garden backdrop with fruit trees, flowers and even olive trees. Meanwhile the in-house luxuries have won multiple ...
*‘At night it is so quiet that you begin to hear the stars’* (Benedict Allen) The ancient Egyptians called Siwa the ‘Field of Trees’. Today this most isolated settlement is home to a small population of Berbers and one of the world’s most interesting hotels. You won’t find marble sinks ...
Kasbah Tamadot is part of Richard Branson's portfolio of unique retreats. It is a traditional Moroccan castle in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. The Kasbah is surrounded by scented gardens, terraces and staircases and maintains traditional glamour. You can stay in the Berber Tent suites which are in the ...
The Kasbah du Toubkal was conceived more as a Berber hospitality centre than a hotel. It was designed to be eco-friendly and sustainable; 5% of all profits go direct to local villages making education a reality for the young people who live there. Originally, the summer home of a local ...