Souss Massa National Park

Between the sea and the desert, at the mouth of two oueds (Souss and Massa), Souss Massa National Park is home to thousands of migrating birds that stop over in the lagoons and reed beds. To protect this natural reserve whilst welcoming birdwatchers, this national park was created in 1991, with pink flamingos, ospreys, cranes, spoonbills, storks, grey herons and last specimens of bald ibis.

The best time to come is between September and November and February and April. So as not to disturb this fragile ecosystem also home to gazelles and ostriches, visits are guided.

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