Dounia Hostel

Tinghir, Morocco

Dounia Hostel

Hostel, 10-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

Hostel
Nature
Shared
Breakfast Included
10-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

gps R 703 Todra gorge, 45800 Tinerhir, Morocco

Situated in Tinerhir, 1.9 miles from Todra Gorge, Dounia Hostel features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, free bikes and a garden. Boasting room service, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen and currency exchange for guests. At the hostel, rooms are equipped with a shared bathroom with a shower. Dounia Hostel offers a buffet or halal breakfast. The area is popular for cycling, and bike hire and car hire are available at the accommodation. The property has a hairdresser's and business centre.

Reviews

Staying in Dounia Hostel means staying with friends and beeing welcome like a family member. The view from the house at the village is incredible and it’s the perfect time and startpoint to explore the Todgha Gorges. Big thanks to all the family of the Dounia Hostel who will read every wish from your lips and especially Abdul, who made our stay unforgettable, with a city and Todgha Tour and a great night full of playing music.

Everything was perfect, especially the people that own the hostel. We enjoyed their hospitality and warmness to the maximum. Highly recommended for people who want to visit Todra gorges as it is one of the hostels closest to the gorges.

Tinghir

Tinghir or Tinerhir is a city in the region of Drâa-Tafilalet, south of the High Atlas and north of the Little Atlas in southeastern Morocco. It is the capital of Tinghir Province. Its name originally referred to the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, but its area has expanded to encompass surrounding villages and refers to the entire oasis. The city of Tinghir has a population of 42 044 and the province has 322 412 inhabitants, according to the 2014 census. The predominant ethnic group is Amazighs, and the city is at the center of one of the most attractive oases in southern Morocco. Lush palm trees cover about 30 miles on 500-to-1,500-metre-wide tracts along the Wadi Todgha. After the Todra Gorge, Wadi Todgha has a difficult passage along the southern slopes of the Atlas Mountains; it then flows across the plain, meandering slightly over 20 kilometres to Ferkla. The palm oasis, dense and widespread, is irrigated by a network of pipes and irrigation canals. Occasional heavy rains are absorbed in a few days.