- Place or Historical Monument
- Off the beaten track
The Tizi n'Tichka pass is a sensational route. I began my trip by taking a big taxi. Imagine yourself in an old car, without air conditioning, filled with 5 to 7 people packed in like sardines! Absolute torture, which I don't recommend.
But I also have some good memories of my trip to Morocco. Several places won me over: the Tizi-n-Aït-Imquer pass and the Aït Benhaddou Ksar. If you like panoramic views, the Tizi-n-Aït-Imquer pass is for you; you'll admire the Jebel Tistouit massif (3,224m) and the village of Arhbalou. The colours are luminous.
Conversely, the Tizi-n'Tichka pass is exposed and subject to fierce winds. But it's the Aït Benhaddou Ksar, above all, which is the star of the region. It has been used as a natural setting for Hollywood blockbusters.