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Talassemtane National Park

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Talassemtane National Park

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pavel.с. wrote a review Jan. 2020
37 contributions32 helpful votes
i recommend making a day-long foot walk of 20km from chefchaouen towards azilane. you would not reach azilane and go back in one day, but nice turn-around picnic point is 35.188533 -5.202165. best road from chefchaouen starts from behind camping azilan, through point de vue (check maps.me). it is a good road for cars but with very rare traffic, you can ask for a trip back with some passing-by car. it is out best memoire from cheftaouen.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Natalia wrote a review Nov. 2018
15 contributions13 helpful votes
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This park is HUGE and you can trek through it for days but we only had one day to hike. We started in Akchour (about 45 minutes from Chefchaouen) and hiked to the big waterfall. When you enter the tourism center, you’ll be stopped to pay for parking and they will try to convince you that you need a guide. It’s a fairly easy hike (there is some maneuvering and uphill/downhill so you have to be somewhat able-bodied) with a well-beaten path so I don’t think a guide is necessary but if you can to learn more about the park and trees, you can opt for a guide. It was about a 3 hour hike to the waterfall and well worth it! You’ll also see a smaller waterfall on the way there.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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ReginaMGeneva_IL wrote a review May 2018
Geneva, IL275 contributions60 helpful votes
Beautiful place to hike For the fit there is a severla hour long trail to get to a waterfall and natural bridge. The trails as you climb are narrow and steep. We didn't go all the way. Only downside was the trash scattered along the river. In such a beautiful place it seems that someone could clean this up?
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Date of experience: April 2018
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It_Began_In_Salzburg wrote a review May 2018
135 contributions34 helpful votes
We went up to the top of Jebel El Kasaa as a day trip. It took 7 hours and was an increase in elevation of 1100 metres so you need to be in reasonable shape. Stunning views up the top and a friendly village along the way. Definitely worth a day hike.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Grace L wrote a review Sep. 2013
Manama, Bahrain132 contributions45 helpful votes
The Talassemtane National Park is a wonderful place in Chefchauoen province for hiking - panoramic scenic views and well marked trails make for great hikes, whether for single-day trips or multi-day hikes with nights spent in gites (guesthouses with local hospitality). The villages are scattered through the valleys and mountainsides - rural life is quiet and simple, with outdoor ovens for baking bread using firewood, women herding goats and sheep to feed on the slopes, mules grazing... a wonderfully enriching experience. Started the hike from Gite Talassemtane (a wonderfully cosy and beautiful Gite) with a guide from approx. 820m elevation up to 1450m to the top of Mt Tissouka and return in 6-7 hours. Bring a picnic and enjoy the fresh air. Great hike!
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Date of experience: September 2013
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