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Vallee d'Ait Mansour Gorges

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Tafraoute, Tafraoute, Morocco
+212 660-642013
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  • Excellent82%
  • Very good17%
  • Average1%
  • Poor0%
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“palm trees” (10 reviews)
“omelette” (4 reviews)
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Tafraoute, Tafraoute, Morocco
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+212 660-642013
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1 - 10 of 46 reviews

Reviewed May 7, 2017

You will need a car, but this is a roadtrip worth making. 2 hours from Agadir and it feels like you're in another country altogether. Beautiful scenery, huge skies, great landscapes.

Thank G134Smith
Reviewed March 26, 2017

We spent two nights in this very beautiful and untouristy gorge. There is only one place to stay Auberge Ait Mansour Hanane. See my review. Plus a good little shop/cafe which offers couscous

2  Thank HackneyGrandma
Reviewed March 13, 2017

We parked our car near a restaurant in the shadow and walked down the (tarmac) road for a while. The setting is peaceful with the small river and the palmtrees. After a while you pass a small shop with a garden: nice stop for coffee...More

Thank Gert_NL
Reviewed March 11, 2017

Good dive to take in some different scenery. Winding roads with lush greenery and date palms. The different layers in the mountains where it's been heaved up are interesting. We were lucky to get an invite to tea with a nomad. Fun 1/2 day

Thank SoloBusinessWoman
Reviewed February 25, 2017

i really like this place it very peacefull and beautiful . where we found a lot of trees and palms with out forget an auberge in ait Mansour name's " AUBERGE AIT MANSOUR HANANE" it has a delicious plates and a famous omlette 'abdou berbere...More

Thank abdouait r
Reviewed February 22, 2017

We were welcomed at the foot of the auberge by M. Abdou, who explained the geography of the place. He also makes a terrific omelette which he has developed in his own style.

2  Thank Herrmanns
Reviewed January 9, 2017

I thoroughly enjoyed our drive through the valley d'Ait Mansour. The views are spectacular with initially wide ranging vista's of stunning rock/gorge scenery leading to a beautiful oasis with lush palm trees and greeneary. Simply stunning!

Thank StephTaylor
Reviewed December 27, 2016

Well worth the day trip, provided you have use of a car (but be prepared to pay a small tip to the lady who minds it while you go walkabout). The palm grove and surrounding villages are beautiful.

Thank jamescollenette
Reviewed November 30, 2016

Would recommend the best way to see Ait Mansour Gorge is either by cycle or by foot, the tracks are very impressive and a wonderful way to while away a few hours. You can bump into local goat herders and see many different types of...More

Thank WinteringhamSteve
Reviewed October 18, 2016 via mobile

Visiting d`ait Mansour gorge, preferably by foot or bike, is great fun. It is a beautiful place with very friendly locals. Sadly it got a bit of rubbish problem. When visiting the gorge do not forget to stop at Abdous guesthouse at the beginning of...More

1  Thank korian89
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