Right out in the sticks by what I think was a national forest for palm trees. It's a small modern art exhibit with other pieces set in a garden. The art wasn't that special, but the garden was fabulous. It is only small, but we were the only ones there and we said we imagined it was like Eden would have been like! There are tortoises everywhere and the pond is teeming with noisy frogs. It cost 40DH each to get in and we would have loved to have brought a book and stayed all morning. The only downside is that it is so far off the beaten track that you either need a car or negotiate with your taxi driver to wait for you. Ours was happy to and we spent well over an hour wandering around and sitting in the sunshine. On the way back we went through the Palm forest where there are small groups of camels which you can ride or have your photo taken with. We had a couple of pictures with a baby camel and gave the owner 5DH which I have no idea if it was an appropriate amount. So if you don't fancy seeing camels, don't take up the offer of the detour around the palms!
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