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We came early in the afternoon and always hungry monkeys welcome us and walked around us till we ran out of food for them which you can easily buy with local sellers. You can afford yoursef picnic there but I doubt that would be peacefull...More
This was such a fun stop. There are Barbary Macaques and horses to chat with and the vegetation is like being in Alpine NZ or Northern Europe. The handlers seemed to be kindly disposed to their animals, and the man I spoke to didn't seem...More
We were riding horses here, its a really nice experience, many cedar trees everywhere, alot of monckies also that we enjoyed feeding on the way, it was snowing, the whiteness of the snow and the green cedar made a good combination.
Located 30 minutes away from Ifrane city centre.
Google Maps highlights:
"Ras El Ma"
"Cèdre Gouraud Forest"
Ifrane national park, sneaky narrow roads, barely two ways, ups and downs, no light, no camp basement. Perfect for solo, couples, families - with teenagers - and...More
Ifrane National Park is in the Middle Atlas mountains range, between Ifrane and Azrou on the N8 and N13 highways. It was established in 2004 to protect the high altitude forest, and covers 125,000ha. The park offers a cool contrast to the coastal plains cities...More
On one of our day trips from the Dar El Mandar in Sefrou, we did this beautiful drive through the Ifrane National Park. Spring is an amazing time of year to visit. The huge protected park is in a region of the Middle Atlas Mountains...More