TOUBKAL NATIONAL PARK

Located in the central part of the High Atlas, between the valleys of the N'fis and Ourika, this 38,000 hectare park created in 1942 is full of exceptional diversity. Lovers of the great outdoors and botanical enthusiasts will discover many species and plant formations such as areas marked by cedar stands, oaks, junipers and red thuriferous.
The park is also distinguished the zoological level, including the presence of the oldest reserve sheep Morocco, reserve Takherkhort that no fewer than one hundred specimens. In addition, there are also many species of birds just remarkable, as the royal wing, Bonelli's eagle, booted eagle, short-toed eagle, Jean-Le-Blanc, and some very rare species like the microdactyle psammodrome and snake Shokar.

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