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Beautiful Steep Red Cliffs

The Gorges Toudra is a beautiful valley with steep red cliffs towering over a beautiful little... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
Paul O
Minot, North Dakota
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This place is kind of relaxing 😎, river streams , rock formation , Mother Nature . Stroll along... read more

Reviewed 2 December 2017
kuala lumpur
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Tinerhir | Ait baha tizghui tinghir, Tinerhir 45800, Morocco
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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

The Gorges Toudra is a beautiful valley with steep red cliffs towering over a beautiful little stream. There are a couple very romantic looking Kasbahs tucked under the cliffs and venders selling trinkets along the road. It was a nice stop while driving the highway...More

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Reviewed 2 December 2017 via mobile

This place is kind of relaxing 😎, river streams , rock formation , Mother Nature . Stroll along here and had an enjoyable time

Thank kenkeh
Reviewed 1 July 2017

Great rock gorge formations with river that formed the gorge over thousands of years. We went there when all the hundreds of locals had come out to enjoy the evening air and festive atmosphere. Since it was a Sunday, many families were having picnics here....More

Thank alikarim
Reviewed 11 June 2017

Best kept secret. Amazing pieces of rock, heard about it, but in person I will NOT forget it. Breathtaking scenery. Surprised to find hawkers chasing us selling their wares in this beautiful place. Hint: recommend you stay overnight so that you can experience sunrise and...More

Thank Janr20
Reviewed 7 December 2016 via mobile

Pretty and orange ..amble around and find your way Climb the rocks Admire the beauty Stay nearby so u can enjoy the night experience within gorges .click photos enroute..we had a ball.having sheesha and hashish with our driver who organised the same for us at...More

Thank chandrapriti
Reviewed 4 November 2016

It is great to walk through the gorge looking up to the 300 metre cliffs. The colour of the rocks depends on whether or not the sun is shining on them. There is a certain irony when you come to the small spring from which...More

Thank KBofLB
Reviewed 21 November 2015

Our Berber guide, Hussan who lives in the local medina started our hike on the outskirts of the village, up through the gardens besides the river. The gardens grow olives, almonds, alfalfa, cabbages and a range of other vegetables, all watered from an intricate systems...More

Thank Bruce M
Reviewed 6 November 2015 via mobile

The Gorge itself is 15 mins by shared taxi from Tinghir just 8 dirham. It's pretty and full of tourist buses but a short walk gets you away from that and its lovely. Just the occasional local with a donkey going by to fetch water...More

Thank Mike E
Reviewed 28 October 2014

Todra Gorge and Dades Gorge are quite different from one another, but both are stunning. Hairpin turns take you up the mountain at Dades Gorge, while at Todra the narrow road cuts between sheer cliffs on both sides.

Thank emc988
Reviewed 2 October 2014

Great scenery of the Gorge. But if you are driving don't stop there. Keep driving up the road for another 20 KM and visit an authentic Berber Village. No cars, but just friendly people. This is what you want to see-- the real Morocco.

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