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11draa valley
The prehistoric civilization in the Draa Valley flourished thousands of years ago, as evidenced by many rock art inscriptions throughout, the most important of which is the Venus of Tantan.
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The waters of Dakhla are among the richest in the world, whether in the bay or in the ocean. join us and lets go fishing in Dakhla Morocco
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11fishing trip in Morocco
Morocco Travel Basics With its 1385 km of coastline, a fishing trip in Morocco may make your dream of catching a giant fish come true. The number of fishing spots in Morocco is enormous. Alternating at the same time sandy beaches, rocks and lagoons, you will always find a very nice little corner to catch...
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Khnifiss National Park or Naila Lagoon, an oasis in the middle of the Sahara! Khnifiss National Park seems to come out of nowhere, after miles and miles of desert as far as the eye can see. The place emerges, the cacophony of birds, the infinite blue lagoon, the desert hinterland, wild animals surprise at first...
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Amtoudi’s Sacred Granaries In the heart of the Id Aïssa oasis, Amtoudi is a small village dominated by imposing cliffs. Nearly 300 families, living mainly from agriculture, live in the village. Palm, fig, almond, apricot, olive and orange trees rub shoulders with small fields of corn and barley and vegetable gardens. On the cliffs, two...
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11desert tour to erg chigaga
Erg Chigaga or Erg Chebbi, Which desert to go ?? Imagine riding atop a single-humped dromedary into a apparently endless ocean of rolling sand dunes. The evening sun to the west creates a dramatic distinction of with boldness colored golden sands and dune-curved shadows. By night, once finishing a recent tajine dinner by visible light,...
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A modern country, with a wealth of up to date bars, restaurants and nightspots, step within the medina in Morocco and you’re taken to an other world. Encompassed by high walls, the Moroccan medinas area unit full of little alleyways, market places and historical sites. The aim of every medina was to stay out offensive...
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