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Aguelmam n’ Sidi Ali

Aguelmam n’ Sidi Ali (Morocco)

Practical information on Aguelmam n’ Sidi Ali

  • Viewpoint
  • Hiking / Trekking
  • Mountain
  • Lake
  • Off the beaten track
4 / 5 - One review
How to get there
3hr drive from Rabat
When to go
All year round
Minimum stay
One day

Reviews of Aguelmam n’ Sidi Ali

Nina Montagné Seasoned Traveller
153 written opinions

Situated in the heart of the Middle Atlas, Lake Aguelmane Sidi Ali is part of the national park of Khénifra and Ifrane

My suggestion:
Go fishing with the locals and enjoy some grilled trout on the banks of the lake.
My review

Surrounded by mountains, Lake Aguelmane Sidi Ali covers more than 500 hectares. The lake's surroundings are superb - huge cedar forests, lined up one after the other, at more than 2,000m altitude. Covered in snow from winter until springtime, it's a magnificent setting, lost in the middle of nature.

During my holiday in Morocco, my trip to Lake Aguelmane Sidi Ali provided a complete change of scenery from the rest of the country. Here, you'll wonder if you're in Switzerland rather than Morocco!

The lake is overlooked by Mount Jbel Sidi Ali, which is 2,395m high. Lots of fishermen live around the lake. Indeed, the lake is great for fishing - trout and carp in particular.

Inscription beside the lake
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