Embedded in the very DNA of the region, nature takes place in the very heart of cities, with the capital of the Kingdom at its heart, with 2404 hectares of green spaces including historic gardens, parks and the green belt. Among the natural curiosities the forest Maâmora the largest cork oak forest around the Mediterranean. For lovers of ornithology you will not be disappointed by the natural reversals of sidi Boughaba and Merja Zerga (Moulay Bousselham). At 90 km from Rabat, Dayet Roumi will allow you to practice pedal boating and jet skiing, fishing and hiking.
Between Rabat and Kenitra, on a plateau stretching from the ocean up to 80 km inland, lies the 133,000 hectares of Maamora forest: the first cork oak forest in the world. It is the green lung of a green capital. It is an exceptional place for walking and hiking. In 2006, an eco-museum was inaugurated. It allows to understand the ecosystem and to learn the actions necessary to preserve it.More details
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