Discover the Middle Atlas Mountains on this excursion.
First stop: Bhalil. This small town is known for its troglodytic dwellings, and there is a strong chance that one of the residents will be available to open their house to you to visit.
Continue on to Sefrou, known for its waterfalls and home of the annual Cherry Festival.
Pass through Ifrane, a decidedly European town known as Morocco’s Switzerland and home to the Al-Akhawayn University.
En route is Azrou, aptly named in Berber for the volcanic rocks on which it is built. Azrou also hosts the area’s largest weekly souk, or market.
Feed the Barbary macaques on your way through the area’s cedar forest.
Lastly is Immouzer Kandar, weekend getaway and summering spot for many Moroccans wishing to leave the heat of Fes and Meknes. This area is also well-known for its inhabitants’ cave dwellings.
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