Parks and Nature

A paradise for birds

Along the thousands of kilometers of Atlantic and Mediterranean coast, nature is generous. Discover for example the park at the mouth of the Souss and Massa wadis near Agadir, which form an ideal ecosystem to attract pink flamingoes, cranes and bald ibises… To the south of Sidi Ifni, the sublime white beach extends over 50km of pure beauty. Even further south, Dakhla Bay hosts the last colony of monk seals in the world. Near the Mediterranean, the magnificent Rif nature reserve at the mouth of the Moulaya is also a paradise for birds.

Great diversity of nature

As you approach the Atlas mountains, the landscape becomes greener, the air fresher. You will be surprised to be able to ski in winter while on the same day you can take a swim in Marrakech. Further south stands Ouarzazate, the gateway to the desert, famous for its Kasbahs and ksour (fortified villages). To the east of the city stretches the Dades valley which ends in the Dades and Todra gorges with their sheer rock faces, after crossing the palm groves of Skoura and the valley of the roses. South of Ouarzazate is the Drâa valley which winds up to M’hamid, the last town before the open desert. You will be enchanted by the wide open spaces. This is the ideal place to find peace and calm, with its oasis which spring forth like mirages in a landscape of loose stones and soaring mountains. Their lush green vegetation contrasts sharply with the neighboring desert. The superb dunes of orange-colored sand, such as those of the Chebbi erg can reach 150m high. Magic for camping and being at one with nature.

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