Between the Atlantic Ocean and the Sahara desert, the bay of Dakhla is a magical place and yet still unknown. Wonderfully preserved, it offers the visitor breathtaking panoramas.
From one end of the lagoon to the other, the vastness of the ocean meets the gentle hills of the dunes, turquoise blue lagoons and wild landscapes exert an incomparable fascination. The fauna and flora are a feast for the eyes. The light, exceptional of clarity and vivacity, diffuses everywhere its poetry.
The result of a mythical and complex history, this small fishing bar is becoming a popular tourist destination; it has benefited, over the last ten years, from important investments that have transformed the lives of its inhabitants. Dakhla enters modernity and its inhabitants accompany this mutation with as much energy as dreams.
Vist the Dakhla peninsula, and enjoy a warm welcome. let yourself be charmed by the beauty of the place and the serenity of this bay located in the south of Morocco!
The Tower includes the following places:
-Port of Dakhla
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He shall undertake to respect the rules of prudence and the duty of diligence, as well as all the provisions of the Organizer or the local operators responsible for the organization of the excursions, as well as the regulations and administrative or legislative provisions concerning the service / product.
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