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We thoroughly enjoyed our drive to the 3 oases here in the Atlas Mountains. Each one is different so I recommend going to see them all. We walked to the waterfall at Tamerza but took a guide at Chebika which was an excellent decision as...More
The area might have been nice but it is so dirty, no rubbish bins and we were there in the period where there is no water so if you go there go the late autumn apparently the water gets high in the canyon.
The actual stop at the canyon is short as there's not much to see after taking a couple of photos but the ride there has some stunning mountain views and stop at the canyon panorama lookout for some amazing photos
The Tamerza canyon is nothing special at all in my opinion. A couple of little water falls in a little canyon. You have to walk through horrible Chinese knockoffs of Tunisian handicraft which I find very frustrating. The only authentic item there is the rosemary...More
Tamerza Canyon has a stream that flows through it and there is a big dislocation there. You have to walk through a bunch of tourist shops and cafes to get down into the lower area where you can see the waterfall. The rock formation was...More
This large mountain oasis has a canyon and an old abandoned town which was affected by river flooding in 1969. It is near the border with Algeria, and 6km from Mides and located north of the salt lakes. Its canyon receives fresh water from the...More