Tafraout is a town in southern Morocco, located in a small region called Atlas. It is a region of mountains but quite rich, which lives on tourism, agriculture and receives remittances from immigrants working outside. There are plenty of things to do in Tafraout here, but the peak season is between October and March, when temperatures drop a bit and people come to hike in the surrounding villages. Life is very cheap in town. You can stay for as little as €5 and eat for two or three euros. There are a half dozen hotels, some of them luxurious. There is also a permanent market, but on Sunday they have the largest market when the people from the surrounding villages come. There are also a couple of travel agencies in Tafraout where you can get a guide for hiking and excursions organized by the palmar too.
This is an unusual thing to see, although it's typical here in Morocco. Goats in the Argan tree, also called the tree of the goats by locals! It is said that goats chew the fruit of this tree after the fruit falls to the ground and then the Moroccans use it to make various products (cosmetics, oil ..). The argan tree is known worldwide for its many health and beauty benefits.
Aday is a village near Tafraout (capital anti atlas) located 150 kilometers south-east of Agadir Ait Baha and 107 kilometers east of tiznit. This region is known worldwide for its granite mountains whose peaks have a clean, reddish colour and is a place where almond trees grow. These photos were taken in Aday and are a perfect example of this beautiful region.