The Dadès gorge has many local fortified villages (kasbahs), and the Draa valley is lined with one of the nicest palm groves.This beautiful landscape is worth visiting in itself and is a odd example of the habitats to be found in the valleys of the southern foothills of the High Atlas. Getting There Access to the valleys starts from the towns of Boumalne du Dades and Tinerhir. The two towns can be reached by bus but a car is really necessary to explore the area. The gorges can be reached by taxi but their prices can be exorbitant for tourists.Strategy The best time to visit the lower valleys is from March to May and the mountains are best from May to July .It is worth spending at least two days here. One day should be spent in the palm-groves and in the Todra gorge and the other exploring the Dades valley.
the dunes at Merzouga are significantly more impressive than those at Mhamid, and spending a night or two at the foot of these dunes can be a refreshing and quiet experience.
Camel rides are 'exotic', though most people get a little bored after a half an hour or so. Walking, running, rolling and tumbling in the dunes is significantly more amusing!occasionaly,you can book with these people in complete confidence(e-mail :firstname.lastname@example.org),they greatly enhance the trip for you.
The Moroccan South is a land of contradictions (more so than the North) as it mixes traditional lifestyle with advanced forms of tourism.