The Souss Massa National Park covers 33,800 hectares between the estuary of the Souss-Massa River and the Atlantic Ocean, It includes seven villages of tradition and Berber craftsmanship.
The park is known around the world for the presence of particular ornithological specimens including the famous bald ibis (which lives only there). Several stops are planned at different observation posts to admire the animals in their natural environment.
The coast of the Park is very diversified: from infinite sandy beaches to cliffs overlooking the sea. A stop to observe the fishing boats and the beach of Sidi Ifni. A hearty lunch in the pure Berber tradition awaits you at Hassan’s home. And on the way back, a stop in the sand dunes and then at the dam Youssef Ben Tachfine.