Morocco: a small family-run establishment situated in Moulay Bousselham along the north shore of Merdja Zerga lagoon, the most important wetland in Morocco which is famous for its population of Marsh Owl Asio capensis and for being one of the last sites where Slender-billed Curlew Numenius tenuirostris was observed in the 1990s. It also holds good numbers of wintering waterbirds.
Khalil, the head of the family, is very hospitable. Several owls fly over his terrrace every night, from a roost in the Eucalyots of the nearby campsite. Watching them as you have hot tea is a wonderful experience.
There are two cabins near the family property that are also available to those who want to stay the night and try typical Moroccan dishes made from local products and fruit and veg from his garden.