Souss Massa National Park
The tour starts to Massa National Park with hotel pickup and departs Taghazoute at around 8 am in the morning.
then enjoy a 40-minute scenic drive to Souss Massa Park.
The park was founded in 1991, across a surface of 33,800 hectares, with the aim to restore the Saharan Fauna in the South of Morocco.
The park has a nature trail at Oued Souss and a visitor centre at Oued Massa.
The Oued Massa holds water throughout the year and has breeding marbled ducks.
It is the only known Moroccan breeding site for the glossy ibis.
The two estuaries are important for migrants, especially waders and gulls.
Souss-Massa also holds captive-breeding programmes for four threatened North African ungulates.
scimitar oryx, addax, dama gazelle and dorcas gazelle, that are kept in separate enclosures within the park.
The reintroduction of the North African ostrich which is extinct north of the Sahara is also underway.
Upon arrival, visit the park’s onsite museum and learn about the many endangered species that live here.
The park is home to 250 species of birds, 30 mammals, and 35 amphibians and reptiles.
so keep your eyes peeled as you explore the area with your guide.
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