Taounate Attractions

The province of Taounate was created by virtue of Dahir n° 1.77.376 of 24 Choual1397 (October the 8th, 1977). It is located in the northern part of the Kingdom in the Region of Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate, about 240 kilometers (149miles) north east Rabat.
The province is endowed with considerable cultural and natural richness that could make it one of the best tourist resorts in the country
Here are some suggested tourist attractions worth visiting in Taounate

Bouadel

Bouadel

is a fantastic destination in Taounate for relaxing and practicing mountain tourism activities among which trekking and hiking can be the best thing to do during a day trip around Drinkle Moutain to explore the lifestyle of local people…

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Outzagh

Outzagh

Located on the banks of the Al Wahda dam, 40 km from Taounate, the town of Outzagh is known for its great souk Saturday offering good local products. It is also frequented for its splendid greenery and its panoramic…

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The Kasbah of Amergou

The Kasbah of Amergou

The Kasbah of Amergou is unfortunately a forgotten marvel of Morocco’s national heritage located in the province of Taounate, Rif (northern Morocco). Amergou is undoubtedly the most important Almoravid military work that has come down to us. It is…

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Dam Alwahda

Dam Alwahda

Dam Alwahda: It is known as the largest water reservoir of Morocco and the second in Africa, offering natural landscapes and vast water space could make it as a splendid resort to host leisure activities related to boat riding…

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Oudka

Oudka

Oudka: is one of the greatest ecological and biological  green zone  in the north of Morocco  whose biosphere is made up with the cedar trees ,  plants and  fauna as it is marked with the highest summit of Oudka…

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The main objective of Taounate4Ecotourisme is to foster economic and social growth, in romote areas of Taounate Province through the achievement of development imperatives and promotion of sustainable tourism, while minimizing negative social, cultural and environmental impacts so please dont hesitate to take action for better change in this region.
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