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Snaking its way up from Boumalne du Dadès, the narrow roadway that is gradually swallowed up by the gorge is captivating. Along the route you’ll see sprawling, emerald-green valleys and classic kasbahs set against a backdrop of surreal wind-sculpted, geological formations. The immensity of the gorge itself is a humbling reminder of our own vulnerability to the forces of nature and time. The switchback
road helter-skelters to the end of the tarmac at Msemrir, but (in good weather) you can loop across to Todra Gorge in a 4x4 vehicle or continue northwards on a rocky piste to Imilchil. The scenery of the Dadès Gorge is astounding, and if you can break away on foot to explore further, you will encounter Berber nomad families living in caves and rocky crags carved into the mountainside.
Agdz, at the junction of the Drâa and Tamsift rivers, marks the beginning of the Drâa palmery. A sleepy market town and administrative center...
If you pick the southern oasis route, don't miss the chance to stay in Nekob, Morocco's most kasbah-filled village. Locals have come up with...