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So I drove for maybe three and a half or four hours. I was with my three friends and we had heard so much about the caves. Once we arrived, we met Ali Baba and he brought us to the equipment shed where he gave...More
Fanciful cavern experience. Unlike other caverns this is a rough and tumble cave experience. Plan to be on your belly, slide through crevices and become extremely muddy. The red clay is part of the cavern experience. Awesome.
Located in the Jebel Tazzeeka Natural Park, this cave is one of the largest all over Africa. You will need a guide to visit it; we rent a suit and an helmet at the price of 15 dirham, guide included. The excursion is a bit...More
After a beautiful 4 hour drive there, the guide and the president of the caves told us they were closed because of an accident that happened back in April and that they were unsure when the caves would reopen! Also the restaurant there was closed...More
We arrived at the cave entrance and we were immediately greeted by Ali Baba with mint tea. After some chit chat and renting some headlamps we decended into the tomb of the late biscut. The view of the cave was amazing however our batteries ran...More
1:30 hour drive for nothing :( Locals told me that an accident recently happend (a child died), so they will be working on safety issues for the current month. Nothing advised on Tourist Information web site!
You better check before visiting...
The Cave is absolutely magnificant, we went for the full route - 2,5 inside the Cave ( 300 dirh for both of us including uniforms, flashlights and a guide - they speak only arabic) it would have been an amazing experience if itwasnt for a...More
The visit to the Magara of Friouat is unique, heartbreaking, funny and will make you feel like a child. The beauty of the place is not easy to find it in the pictures, so you must come and enjoy by yourself.
Advice: it is very...More