Covering an area of 33800 acres in to the south of Agadir, this park is characterized with a considerable biological and ecological diversity. It includes more than 300 plant species, amongst which is the argan tree. The mammalian group lists about 24 species, such as the fox, jackal, hare, roe deer, and porcupine... The park also boasts 250 bird species, such as the northern bald ibis, which has the most important flock in the world. Other species, such as ostriches with red necks, offer a colorful spectacle.
The Park, located an hour's drive south of Agadir, offers a captivating natural escape with diverse landscapes and abundant wildlife.
Visitors can explore the park's stunning landscapes, which include sand dunes, wetlands, and forests, and take part in activities such as birdwatching and wildlife spotting.
This park, is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including endangered species such as the Northern Bald Ibis, Scimitar-Horned Oryx, Addax, Dama Gazelle, Ostrich, Dorcas Gazelle...
Discover more about the numerous endangered species that call this park home by visiting the museum on site when you arrive. There are thirty mammals, thirty amphibians, thirty reptiles, and two hundred bird species in the park. so as you and your guide explore the area, keep an eye out.
Half day Tour.
60 Euros / 600 MAD Per person.