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Blogs featuring the Kasbah

Here is a curated selection of blogs that feature the Kasbah. We feel that these will give readers a more in-depth independent review.

Kasbah du Toubkal - Cindiddy for Elle Blog - May 2017

“Accommodations at the Kasbah were authentic and comfortable. The staff were very playful and friendly, and I loved interacting with them every day, asking questions and learning about life in the area.”

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Hiking in the Atlas Mountains - Madhouse Heaven - March 2017

“Hiking in the Atlas Mountains is something I will never forget. There are few places in the world as remote as these mountains and the villages in them. You feel this the moment you leave Marrakesh to drive up the long gravel covered roads, up into the heart of Northern Morocco…”

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10 amazing days in Magical Morocco - Tray Tables Away - December 2016

“Morocco has fascinated travellers for centuries and me for decades. As part of our 50th birthday celebrations in June in 2016 I was determined to finally tick this one off the bucketlist and how glad we are that we did! We spent 10 magical days in Morocco and relished every minute…”

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Kasbah du Toubkal – Luxury Trekking in the High Atlas - Contemporary Nomad - August 2016

“As we sit sipping sweet mint tea gazing out the sculpted slopes of the Imlil Valley, the call to prayer echoes up from the Berber villages below. I adjust the cushy pillows around me and lean out to take in the mountain panorama that surrounds the Kasbah du Toubkal…”

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Escape to Kasbah du Toubkal in the High Atlas Mountains - MarocMama - December 2016

“My favorite place to go is the High Atlas Mountains. In the winter, when the weather is clear and cool they are the backdrop of Marrakech. While in the summer they hide behind the haze. A short car ride of thirty minutes brings them into sight…”

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The Atlas and Kasbah du Toubkal, there where time stops - Every Steph - November 2016

“Taking a detour to the High Atlas and Kasbah du Toubkal means arriving to a place where warmth, smiles and a beautiful natural setting make it much more than a simple guest house; Kasbah du Toubkal is a place where time seems to stop…”

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Kasbah du Toubkal, a Moroccan retreat that gives back - A Friend Afar - July 2016

“We recently returned from Morocco, and while we loved the excitement of Marrakech, we can’t get the tranquility of the Atlas Mountains off our mind. Less than 2 hours from Marrakech, the Imlil Valley is home to the most unique lodge we have ever had the opportunity to visit. We stayed only 2 nights at the Kasbah du Toubkal, but now we’re dreaming of going back for more…”

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Marocco – Kasbah du Toubkal - Pieces of Ve - December 2015

“I’ve got a new goal in life: to discover all of the National Geographics’ Unique Lodges of the World. Therefore, it came in pretty handy that one of them is just about one hour away from Marrakech: Kasbah Du Toubkal. It is insanely beautifully located on a hilltop against the backdrop of the tallest mountain in North Africa, the Jbel Toubkal…”

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Kasbah du Toubkal, Morocco - Sandy Parks - November 2012

“Imagine a hotel so remote a mule carries your luggage up a mountainside from the nearby ‘big’ town. Welcome to the Kasbah du Toubkal…”

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Hotel: Kasbah Toubkal, Morocco - Sophie Davis - June 2016

“Otherwise known as Morocco’s premier mountain retreat, the Kasbah du Toubkal is the number one property of choice for travellers visiting the heart of Morocco, the Atlas Mountains…”

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Soul Searching at Kasbah Du Toubkal - It’s One World - April 2016

“Today I’m blinded by the beauty of our planet and the people that reside on it. Today I am at Kasbah du Toubkal in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, about 60 winding, and steep kilometers outside of Marrakech followed by a 15 minute walk up a rocky trail.”

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Kasbah du Toubkal – Living the High Life - Jason Mayo- June 2014

“ ‘THIS is my sister’s house,’ young Mohamed told us. ‘Please come and join us for mint tea on the terrace.’ Our trek guide’s sibling disengaged herself from a gaggle of brightly garbed Berber women to slip into the kitchen out of the dazzling mountain light. The Atlas village of Aroumd is blessed with astonishing views of North Africa’s highest peak at 13,665ft, the mighty Jbel Toubkal. Go higher, to make the ascent, and the rarefied air literally takes your breath away. Quite a contrast to the muggy furnace that is Marrakech only 40 miles south…”

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