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Parc La Prairie

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8 Day Tour from Marrakech to Tangier and the desert of ERG Chebbi.

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If you are looking for authentic Morocco, away from the beaten tourist routes.<br><br>If group travel is not for you and you want something special and suited to your needs, then you've come to the right site. Tour Morocco is a local company specialized in organizing tailor-made tours and excursions for individuals, couples and small groups. With us you will live a unique experience, your tour in Morocco will turn into an indelible memory that will accompany you forever.
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Deryn H wrote a review Feb 2020
Waterlooville, United Kingdom2104 contributions196 helpful votes
We drove through this town on our way to Arfoud and stopped for a break. We stopped at Parc La Prairie at Ifrane where there was a lovely sculpture of an Atlas Lion, also known as the Barbary Lion, which used to road freely in Morroco but is now only in captivity, about 32 remain. Such a shame. The park itself was very nice, especially after a few hours in transport it was good stretch the legs. There were a few eating places, tourist shops, and toilets.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Feb 2020
Manresa, Spain8075 contributions867 helpful votes
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La Prairie is a beautiful park located in Ifrane, a town about 60km far from Meknes. It is a typical European park, where you can walk, relax, run or play with children. A. good place for all family. Near the park there are some hotels, which seens you stay in Central Europe. Also there is a very popular statue, a stone lion, where a lot of people come to take photos. Nice. Ok to do a stop in the travel to desert.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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milliesmum2016 wrote a review May 2019
Christchurch, New Zealand1804 contributions373 helpful votes
We had a bit of a walk through this little park at the edge of Ifrane. It felt suburban and was bounded by pretty alpine houses. Full of exotic trees, it was a breath of fresh air and a welcome stretch of the legs in a very pretty but untypical Moroccan town.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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sandra n wrote a review May 2019
Sun City, Arizona1283 contributions513 helpful votes
After driving through the Middle Atlas Mountains, it was quite a pleasure when we stopped at Ifrane, "the Switzerland of Morocco" for a nice rest and break. The town is small and modern with just a few places of possible interest to tourists. I did not find anything in those places, but what I did enjoy here was Parc La Prairie. A nice park to relax and take in the local scenery. My favorite spot, and apparently other people's too,was the Lion statue, a very nice large stone or rock Lion perfect for taking great pictures in front of. Ours turned out great with the sun shining bright on this stately very likeable beast, beloved by so many. Also, I was very happy with a great jewelry buy from a street vendor nearby. It was a pleasant stop, then, back on the road again....
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Date of experience: October 2018
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DeanMurphy2020 wrote a review Apr 2019
Orlando, Florida7273 contributions2320 helpful votes
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Our tour group of 35 members had a lunch break here—and rest stop for the bus driver who wrestled the long bus through tortuous mountain curves. Instead of lunch, however, I took in the few sites of this Switzerland-like ski resort town, though there was no snowfall this past winter season. That will not fare well for spring melt and the 3-year drought Morocco has experienced. The “mane” thing I noticed was the huge stone lion sculpture, a carving depicting the last of the Atlas Mountains lions. Research revealed that these creatures were much larger than their cousins further south in Africa. Fresh mountain air, I assume. There are a few shops, but I found fossilized nautilus shells offered by street vendors, a collection for my rock garden.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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