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Draa Valley

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Draa Valley, Zagora 45600, Morocco
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

During our stay in Zagora, we were recommended a local guide, Mustapha Elalaoui. mustapha is fluent in French and speaks Enligsh as well. he showed us a local kasbah, local palmerie, old librarie,... the true advantage of this guide is that as a local, he...More

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Reviewed 5 October 2018

There is at times a certain sameness about the towns and communities in such valleys but it does not mean you get tired of the lush palm trees and the beaten down look of the various kasbahs and ksars in the Draa Valley. We stopped...More

Thank Terry M
Reviewed 29 September 2018

We visited the village of Tudra in the middle of the Draa valley. A very clever use of land for agriculture. Many palm trees. Beautiful views. People friendly

Thank Michael R
Reviewed 20 September 2018

We took a hike through the Dades Valley the day before and it was amazing, so this hike was just ok. A walk through small farms.

Thank WanderLSP
Reviewed 23 May 2018

What an amazing piece of land, 200 km of dense palms, and apricot trees and pomegranate trees and a Draa River and Rocky mountains around and just beautiful sights everywhere you look ! We had 2 walks through the oasis and wish it was way...More

Thank gabrielgrigoras1990
Reviewed 10 March 2018

Take tome to wander round this beautiful region in Morocco. The palm oasis, the little villages, friendly people, many kasbah's. It's beautiful.

Thank Nadia O
Reviewed 9 February 2018

The road is now OK but it is less interesting... palm trees etc in the distance and a few old buildings.... a bit disappointing, Agdz to Zagora.... I was expecting more..

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Reviewed 5 December 2017 via mobile

We drove in our own car along the valley from Ouazazate to Zagora and it was fantastic. The views, the villages and the colors were incredible. Take your time, stop and enjoy the villages and it is well worth it.

Thank Monda15
Reviewed 5 December 2017

Staying in and travelling around Zagora and the Draa Valley has changed my life. The Oasis and the Desert are now under my skin and I will continue to visit this place when the opportunity arises.

Thank Najet C
Reviewed 22 November 2017

Amazing farming in the Draa valley. Greenery in the middle of the desert landscape. Delicious dates.

Thank Cheryl L
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Response from Monda15 | Reviewed this property |
You can easily drive down the valley to Zagora, stay the night there and drive back the following day. It is truly beautiful. If you have to you could go further south but as you will have come from Merzouga you will already... More