Top 10 Beautiful and Free Places in North Morocco You Should Visit
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- Akchour (أقشور)
- Jebel Bouhachem Nature Reserve (المحمية الطبيعية جبل بوهاشم)
- Fahss Lamhar Park (منتزه فحص لمهار)
- Oued Eferten (واد إفرطن)
- Talassemtane National Park (منتزه تلاسمطان الوطني)
- El Kannar Valley (واد القنار)
- Jebel Kelti (جبل كلتي)
- Jbel Tidirhine (جبل تدغين)
- Al Hoceima National Park (المنتزه الوطني للحسيمة)
- Rass Worrek Reserve (محمية رأس ورك)
There are places in northern Morocco that can be described as charming places that you will not tire of going and returning to them many times because of their natural richness, stunning scenery, and their tremendous natural features that can be qualified to become places of international reputation
Here are ten places you will definitely return to many times:
Akchour is considered among the most beautiful parks within Talassemtane National Park due to the diversity of its picturesque views, many places for swimming and places to relax and enjoy.
For recreation you can choose between the two areas
The God’s bridge (قنطرة ربي): It is located on the course of the Al-Farda River, and it is a natural bridge that the inhabitants used to cross in the past.
The large waterfall (شلال أقشور الكبير): In the heart of the park, on the valley of the castle, there are charming and natural views along the path leading to the waterfall.
Jebel Bouhachem Nature Reserve (المحمية الطبيعية جبل بوهاشم)
Bouhashem Nature Reserve is one of the most beautiful and famous parks in northern Morocco, due to its preservation of the ecological and biological diversity that is unparalleled elsewhere.
An area that you will return to whenever you get the chance
Fahss Lamhar Park (منتزه فحص لمهار)
Fahss Lamhar Park is considered one of the wonderful places near the city of Tetouan.
The park is characterized by a vast green nature with limestone mountains with sharp protrusions. It is also the home of feral cattle as well as horses that graze along this park.
Oued Eferten (واد إفرطن)
It is one of the important rivers that feed Oued Laou.
The place is very charming with its soaring peaks and water fjords, which are considered the pilgrimage to walk and swim enthusiasts, within this place you will find many places suitable for swimming.
There is also a cave at the level of the valley, famous for the cave of Eferten or Bouknadel, as the people of the region call it.
Talassemtane National Park (منتزه تلاسمطان الوطني)
The Thalassemtan National Park has been a nature reserve since 2004.
This park is characterized by its natural richness, as well as the presence of a rare tree in the region called the Shuh, which is a tree that lives in a special atmosphere, and its entrances are many and varied, one of these entrance is Bab Taza, it leads to many places and peaks, such as the Jebel Aqra (الجبل الأقرع), the Tissouka mountain (جبل تيسوكا), the Talussisst mountain (جبل تالوسيست), and the Sfiht Telj mountain (جبل صفيحة الثلج).
El Kannar Valley (واد القنار)
Oued El Kannar is considered a tourist destination par excellence because it provides stunning views that are still untouched, as well as dazzling places for swimming that can be accessed through Oued Laou, and then Sateha (السطيحة), then Khamis Lota (خميس لوطا).
Jebel Kelti (جبل كلتي)
Mount Kelti is among the most beautiful natural wilds that still preserve its virginity in the Tetouan region, It is also considered home to the Moroccan macaque, so that it still resides there in abundance, and the mountain is considered a difficult pathway due to its geological formation, which in some high areas forms 90 degrees.
The mountain is the only one in Tetouan that knows a significant snowfall.
Jbel Tidirhine (جبل تدغين)
Tidirhine Mount is the highest mountain of the Rif Range, the mountain that has a lot of snowfall that lasts until June. It is an ultra-prominent peak that rises above the town of Ketama, now known as Issaguen, in an area known for the hospitality of the local Berber people, It is located 320 km to the north of Morocco’s geographical centre and 232 km northeast of the capital Rabat.
Al Hoceima National Park (المنتزه الوطني للحسيمة)
The National Park of Al Hoceima extends over an area of about 48,460 hectares and is considered the largest reserve on the Mediterranean Sea with an area of 19,000 hectares on the coastal facade known as the coastal front. This park is considered one of the parks whose nature has not been destroyed by human beings.
Rass Worrek Reserve (محمية رأس ورك)
Rass Worrek, in the far north of Nador region, is the only site at the level of the Mediterranean Sea that has relatively preserved its ecological balance and biodiversity.
Rass Worrek is one of the wet areas that have been under the International Ramsar Convention since 2005.
This region is considered one of the richest regions in terms of migratory birds, rare amphibians, and it is also one of the most beautiful areas in Morocco in because of it’s forests and clear blue water.