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The gorge is just off the road from the Sahara to Marrakech, and well worth a stop. Very scenic, cool with a breeze. The many vendors, who are not pushy, and tourists did not detract from the place. One of the lessons learned from this...More
Our driver took us into the gorge and then let us walk our way up the road. Keep track of any flash flooding because if rain comes the place is not reachable. If the vendors start packing up, head out with them. Place was beautiful....More
We had a the short walk of 600 meters on the nicest part of the Todgha Gorge. Unfortunately there was not a lot of local activity, like children playing or goays drinking water, but the view is quite nice.
On or way back home 2 day journey our tour boy started to show us some interesting places ..we stopped in this valley which is popular by the locals for the cool breeze and fresh water 💧.. I bought two nice carpets for my bed...More
We were supposed to hike the gorge but we did not get there in time so instead of doing an actual HIKE we wound up doing a half mile walk into the canyon and out again. It was beautiful but our group would have preferred...More
It was a true experience to visit this place. The locals told us there was a flood 10 days ago, and we could see its last waters. The gorge itself is very tall, with narrowing walls as you go along. There are mountain climbing rings...More
Had a 6H round trip into the gorge. We walked through town, a babbling brook signifying the importance in the area of water. Passing a stream on downed trees, we passed through a kasbah before entering the walking area. There were good views of the...More
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Yes. We drove all through Morocco with no problems. We rented a car in Marrakech and then stayed in Tinehar for 2 days to see the gorge and surrounding area. If you are driving, you may want to drive up the gorge to a real... More
Yes. We drove all through Morocco with no problems. We rented a car in Marrakech and then stayed in Tinehar for 2 days to see the gorge and surrounding area. If you are driving, you may want to drive up the gorge to a real Berber village.