An Immersive Experience

Experience Akchour through hikes and adventures led by our local guides.
Walk through the canyons and the rivers.
Immerse yourself into the natural surroundings of the Talassemtane national park.


The God’s Bridge

When two cliffs join together to create a natural bridge. An iconic place to experience the magic of Akchour.

This rare rock formation unites two cliffs. It is a bridge that visitors can walk across or admire from below where the pristine waters of a waterfall collide. The magnificent river Farda take its source at Ain danou.

It is unsure who named the formation or when it was first discovered, but people in Akchour talk about the bridge with a blend of reverence, pride, and the joy of having a place so close that incorporates nature and a sense of divinity.)

The Waterfalls

Between canyons, jungle and forest, immerse yourself in the wilderness to discover the river Kella and its waterfalls.

The perfect hike to discover the hidden beauties of the national park.

In this lush environment, you’ll meet the maggot monkeys, turtles, otters, rainbow trouts, and many more.



Take a peek inside the enchanted world of the area with Assad, from the tazouat forest to the chefchaouen high point views.

A perfect way to discover the furthest gems of the national park.

Trees Park and Zipline

One of our neighbors created a place for adventures, Zip Lining and tree climbing.

If you are looking for a place to challenge yourself, this is it.

The Talassemtane national park

Talassemtane is part of the Transcontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean.It is a very original territory characterized by unique biodiversity and landscapes.

From a few hours to days hike, the park provides panoramic scenic views and well-marked trails for great hikes.

This area preserves the only Moroccan fir trees, which are the heart of Talassemtane and the areas with the highest level of protection in the whole of park.

More than 1,380 plant species have been recorded in the park, of which 47 are endemic to Morocco, 27 are endemic to Ibero-Africa, and 9 are endemic to Algeria and Morocco.