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Recommended by Manolo Garcia Tarrason

Morocco: Hamadourir owns a very friendly, hospitable hostel. It is located at GPS 34.813437, -6.301670. You can contact him by telephone on +212 668492479. You can stay the night and also dine on typical local dishes and drink their excellent tea.…

Recommended by Manolo Garcia

Morocco: hotel situated in the Ourika valley, on the way to oukaimeden. Good quality/ price ratio, well-looked after rooms are somewhat luxurious for the price (260 dirham for 3 people, Apr 2015). Free Wi-Fi.

Recommended by Marc Illa

Morocco: between Fez and Merzouga and makes a good base camp from which to bird the area in between. It’s right by the road between Errachidia and Aoufous, a little after the road passes an oasis. Very good price/ quality ratio. Double rooms for…

Recommended by Lonely Birder

Morocco: hotel situated in essaouira, a famous coastal town with interesting dunes and the island of Mogador wher Eleanora’s Falcon (Falco eleonorae) breeds. This is a practical place to stay if you don’t want to go into the town’s historic centre.…

Recommended by Lonely Birder

Morocco: in Boumalne de Dades, one of the undisputed birding hotspots on any Moroccan birding trip. This is an excellent base for birdwatching stony desert (along the Taglidt track) searching for emblematic species like Red-rumped Wheatear (Oenanthe…

Recommended by Lonely Birder

Morocco: located in Khenifra and useful if you need to spend the nioght somewhere en route between Marrakech and the Middle Atlas. There are other options in the city, but normaly more highly priced or of inferior quality. A basic hotel, but clean,…

Recommended by Lonely Birder

Morocco: situated in the Ait Melloul area, strategically positioned for taking the fast road south to Teroudant- Ouarzazate- Er Rachidia. Relatively close to the Sous Massa National Park and with more accessible prices than hotels and other…

Recommended by Jose Luis Copete and Lonely Birder

Morocco: the best hotel of this area of Atlantic coast, well-situated for searching the local area for Little Buttonquail (Turnix sylvaticus), waterfowl and waders in the wetlands and mudfalts to the north, or Cap Bedouzza for seabirds. A simple…

Recommended by Lonely Birder

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…

Recommended by Manolo Garcia Tarrason and Jose Luis Copete

Morocco: recommended if you are planning a few days exploring the Middle Atlas, with its cedar forest, Barbary Macaques and lakes. The region is known for its populations of Atlas Flycatcher Ficedula seculigera, Levaillant’s Woodpecker Picus…

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