National Geographic Travel

The drive inland from Morocco’s Mediterranean Coast through Oued Laou Gorge is one of the country’s most dramatic drives. This region receives some of Morocco’s highest levels of rainfall and contains thick pine and cedar forests, the only remaining Moroccan fir, and home to the endangered Barbary macaques, the only primate native to #Morocco. It borders Talassemtane National Park, a government initiative to protect Moroccan flora and fauna from extinction. Photo by @ErikaSkogg // link in her bio for new book on photographing in Morocco.




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What 😮 wow

This is my place simply I lav it..


@323sandman this is the north of Morocco .

Perfect photo 📷


@niccolo_campagna can I join you guys too? 😂


Amazing photo)


Wauw, just like Turin :D


Awesome pic!!


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I miss home!!! 🇲🇦 ❤️




Epic place on earth! Love Morocco




@ingesmit95 ek jy en n landy?


Marvellous 💕✨


Фантастическая красота!!!


@fadwaderrij never seen a photo that made Ouad laou look so dramatic


@maartje.v95 heel vet! Op het lijstje zetten ^^


Breathtakingly beautiful....


@salehengy.92 scotland wala mesh scotland? Ahla kaman :))


@mehdijanah it looks amazing! 😱


@amandinehawke you have to come back soon to discover the north ! @snooyo let's go !



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