bird watching day trip

Bird watching in Morocco Day trip : Desert Sparrows, enjoy the diverse bird life the High Atlas mountains host. The best seasons for avian observation are the spring and fall migrations. Starting in March, and continuing through May is the most avifauna time of year. Let us show off  the High Atlas area and the beautiful bird life that calls this place home.

Itinerary :

Start your day with an air conditioned coach transfer from your Riad in Marrakech to the beautiful town of Asni. Set in the foothills of the High Atlas mountains this first stop is at a lower elevation giving life to much different spices of bird than our second destination of Imlil. A short walk from Imlil through the beauty of the High Atlas Mountains will bring us to Aremd, where we will break for a picnic lunch and continue to enjoy the mountain birds that call this region home. From Aremd we walk back to Imlil where our coach transfer will take us back to Marrakech.

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Bird Watching in Atlas

Sitting on the North African coast, Morocco lays on the migratory super fly-way for birds traveling between Africa to Europe. From sea-dwelling birds to Desert Sparrows, enjoy the diverse bird life the High Atlas mountains host.
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Aremd, Asni, Imlil

Birding trip in Ourika and Oukaimeden

High Atlas mountains, both the highly sought-after white-rumped swift and Levaillant’s woodpecker can often be seen in the valleys around Asni and Imlil, along with large flocks of both red-billed and alpine chough. The pleasant drive from Marrakech to Oukaïmeden passes through several habitats and offers diverse sightings such as rufous bush robin, alpine swifts, and black wheatear. The little-known crimson-winged finch is a rare resident that can be spotted around Ouakïmeden,
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Asni, Oukaimeden, Ourika Valley