Souss-Massa

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Souss-Massa is about 60km south of Agadir in Morocco. It is most famous for its variety of birds.

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It is not exactly convinient to get to Souss-Massa by public transport. The most accessable entrance is from Massa. Take bus 60 from Innezgane (see Agadir, 20 Dh) until the end, which is just a little further than the grand taxi station (25 Dh to Agadir). The entry is about 5km from the bus stop, just continue the road until a sign leads you to a non-sealed road close by the river. Note: the walk is long and not really entertaining, so it is highly recommended to take a taxi right at the bus stop in Massa (20-50 Dh, depending on your bargaining skills). There is very little traffic, don’t rely on getting a lift there. From the entry it is about 3km to the river mouth and the dunes. Also check with the locals if the birds are in migrating season, if you visit to see birds.

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Walking on feet, entry is free of charge. Guides are available at the entrance.

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