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This Kasbah is arguably the best attraction of Ouarzazate. It is a bit touristy but interesting enough to make it worthwhile. We had a guided tour. Across from the Kasbah there is a former studio and movie set showing a church and a mosque in...More
It is very impressive to look at and wander around. We were given a guided tour, but it was actually too intense - too much and too fast - a whirlwind of extraordinary amounts of information. Probably recommend doing it under your own steam. Some...More
It gives an insight into traditional life in Morocco. It has photogenicity outside but inside is empty. Only 2 rooms has some decorations. Be careful very low doorways and tangled mazes without pointers. There is a small but no less interesting medina nearby wich is...More
Once it was detached from Ouarzazate, now oart of it. Even a lot of buildings are deserted and destroyed it is interesting to visit its narrow alleys , see the local techniques of building using the local mud "fortified" with bundles of straw. On the...More
Ouarzazate was a small crossing point for African traders on their way to northern Morocco and Europe. The kasbah was built in the 19th century for the chieftain of the town, and was later owned by T'hami El Glaoui (leader of the Glaoua tribe of...More
This is a lovely Kasbah that is open for touring and gives you an idea of life inside of one of these places. The odd aspect of the tour is that it begins in the gift shop and slows the beginning of the tour as...More