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Todgha Gorge

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This amazing gorge plunges 300 meters down to a clear river. Pastoral...

This amazing gorge plunges 300 meters down to a clear river. Pastoral villages and hotels are scattered throughout the area.

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Hike around the gorge

The gorge itself was pretty great but the real enjoyment comes from hiking the area around the gorge. There is a fantastic 4 hour hike that takes you to the top and back down to... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

The gorge itself was pretty great but the real enjoyment comes from hiking the area around the gorge. There is a fantastic 4 hour hike that takes you to the top and back down to the village. If you are simply visiting the gorge I am not sure this is worth the work getting here... do a hike!

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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

A natural gem! Nature at its best... great panorama view points and easy strolling in the Gorge area. Recommended 100%. Restaurants also nearby.

Thank Johnmir13
Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is an impressive gorge, the way the light shines on the rock presents different colours from different angles. Worth taking plenty of photos so you can pick the best. We felt all the concrete and rubbish a big detractor from this natural phenomena, such a shame, expected to be able to walk to it instead of driving!

Thank Helenjen
Warren, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I keep finding different English spelling for this splendid gorge, so I will insert it here in case somebody is doing a word search for Todra Gorge. I assume that translations from Arabic into English results in multiple spelling for the same location. We drove through the lush palm groves and almond trees of Tinerhir on a morning in early... More 

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Jyvaskyla, Finland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I would say that the place is nice and definitely worth a visit if you are in the area or going trough it. Still, maybe not worth a lengthy travel to just to see the place. We took a collective to gorge and back from Tinghir. On retrospective renting a bike might have been nicer to take a better look... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

we just stopped briefly here and wish we could have stayed longer. it was sunday and lots of locals out which added a bunch of flavor. we are from areas that have canyons and gorges and we still thought it was outstanding here. i dont think its much of a out and back off the main road so no reason... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did this trip on a Sunday when there are also a lot of Moroccan tourists. Nice gorge but a bit busy. We stopped at Auberge Le Festival. There start a number of hiking trails. It is a deserted area, with a beauty of its own. Since a few years the road through the Todgha gorge and the Dades gorge... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The gorge itself is quite impressive and does not really come across so well in photographs. There are a fair number of local and foreign tourists here wandering up and down the road. A few people having a picnic or playing in the small stream running down the gorge. It is possible to walk the gorge from top to bottom... More 

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wow ! Coming into the Gorge from the Dades Valley is a trip never to be forgotten. Starting from the Dades Gorge, rugged terrain introduces you Native Berber nomads living on the land in Camel hair tents. Sheer red cliffs give way to a lush valley, adobe homes, and friendly locals.

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Reviewed 20 March 2017

The gorge is beautiful. If you have 4 hours, take the loop hike up to visit the nomadic Berbers who live in caves above the gorge. Bring a few Dihram with you and they will let you take photos.

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