Merzouga is a small village located in southeastern Morocco in the Tafilalt Region. It is about 55 kilometers from Erfoud and 35 kilometers southeast of Rissani. The village is not too far from the Algerian borders (about fifty kilometers). The village is known for its proximity to Erg Chebbi: an extensive sand dunes in ocher color. He is the largest erg in the Sahara in Morocco with the highest dunes. There are years when, in spring, a seasonal lake arises, to the north-west of the village, attracting different species of birds, including flamingos and other freshwater birds. It is for this reason that a part of the routes of many tourists who visit Morocco passes by this locality. The activities offered to tourists are trekking by camel, bivouac in the desert, quad and, in summer, arenotherapy (or sand bath).
Dakhla is a town located in the provinces of Sahara Maroccain since its liberation from the Spanish occupation in 1975. It is an urban commune (municipality), capital of the province of Oued Ed Dahab, within the Dakhla-Oued Ed Dahab Region. It is known for its tourist attractions and ranked since 2014 at the forefront of water sports spots on a global scale. It is also known for maritime fishing activity.
Ifrane is a town in Morocco, with a population of 30,000 and situated in the Middle Atlas at an altitude of 1,713 meters. It is the capital of the province of Ifrane, in the region of Fes-Meknes. In 2013, the city was ranked second cleanest city in the world. In Amazigh, ifran means caves (in the plural). The region is known for its natural caves dug in the Jurassic carbonate layer in the form of karts, which extend to the regions of El Hajeb and Sefrou. The development of Ifrane and its region owes much to the natural potentialities, particularly cedar, and this, since the period of the protectorate of Morocco. This city is known for its natural beauty throughout the year, and especially in winter thanks to the snowfall. Indeed, there are two ski resorts in the vicinity of the city: Michlifen and Habri.