Paradise Valley (Morocco)

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Paradise Valley is a section of the Tamraght River valley in the Moroccan High Atlas mountains.[1]

Paradise Valley
Tamraght River Valley
Paradise Valley, Morocco
View of Paradise Valley
Paradise Valley is located in Morocco
Paradise Valley
Paradise Valley
Location in Morocco
Coordinates30°35′22″N 9°31′22″W / 30.58944°N 9.52278°W / 30.58944; -9.52278Coordinates: 30°35′22″N 9°31′22″W / 30.58944°N 9.52278°W / 30.58944; -9.52278

Name and locationEdit

The valley is named since it is often locally likened to a “paradise on earth”. It is also called Tamraght river valley after the name of the surrounding region.[2]

The valley is located approximately 35 km north of the city of Agadir.[3]


The valley is in the middle of the region of Imouzzar which is known for its broad biodiversity. It includes trees of palm, banana, olive and fig. The valley has numerous small waterfalls and cascades and rocky pools.[2]



  1. ^ Ellingham, Mark (2001). The Rough Guide to Morocco. p. 488. ISBN 1858286018.
  2. ^ a b Dumpis, Toms (2021-04-14). "Morocco: Regional Council Undertakes Clean Up Efforts in Paradise Valley". Morocco World News. Retrieved 2021-04-25.
  3. ^ Clammer, Paul (2010). Lonely Planet Morocco. p. 386. ISBN 978-1741049718.

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