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Close your eyes. Imagine. It's hot. Everywhere around you, architecture bursting with details and colors, squares overflowing with life, stalls piled up in the alleys, tempting smells, spices tickling your taste buds, friendly people at every door. Travel a little further. Immense dunes, breathtaking mountains, a sea as far as the eye can see, ocher lands, houses in the rock, herds of goats in the villages.

1. The Dades Gorges

In an equivalent style, the Dadès Gorges are just as spectacular. They are located further west of the Todgha Gorge. They once again bear witness to the incredible beauty of southern Morocco. The houses blend into the rock, the views are dizzying, the geological formations fascinating and the colors unbelievable. For those wishing to visit Morocco in the style of the Grand Canyon, this is a place not to be missed.

2. Toudgha Gorge

In southern Morocco, explore the Atlas mountain range. Take the road in the heart of the Toudgha valley. Along the way, cleave three hundred meter high limestone cliffs. You enter the lodges of Todgha. To visit Morocco and experience the grandeur of its landscapes, the Toudgha Gorges are among the most fabulous. You will have the feeling of being engulfed by these giants of nature. Then, the center of the gorges is accessible on foot. You will be able to take a dip in the water of the Toudgha wadi, the river which waters the valley and gives it its amazing fertility. During your walk, above all, look up! Don't be surprised at the rock climbers you find clinging to the sides of the cliffs.

3. Aït-ben-Haddou

Aït-ben-Haddou stands in the province of Ouarzazate. It is a Moroccan Ksar: a fortified village typical of the Maghreb, erected here on the side of a hill. Its value and its preservation are so exceptional that the village is classified as a UNESCO heritage site. You understand why this is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Morocco. Aït-ben-Haddou looks like a pile of red-earth dwellings and corner towers surrounded by defensive walls. The ocher and caramel colors of the brick are breathtaking. The little extra? The Ksar was the location of many filmings: Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, Prince of Persia or Game of Thrones. To the first who will find the cult scenes!

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