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Awesome Experience!

Loved seeing families of the Barbary macaques as we drove through the park. They are very friendly... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
ronzobaroni
,
slo
Barbary Apes are a MUST

This was by far the most fun activity I did in Morocco. Not even close. You will never have more of... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2016
AhuvafromTX
,
Washington
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“peanuts” (2 reviews)
“monkeys” (2 reviews)
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El Hajeb, Morocco
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Reviewed 30 March 2017

Loved seeing families of the Barbary macaques as we drove through the park. They are very friendly and will take bread and bananas from your hands. I thought it might be difficult to find them, but they are waiting by the side of the road...More

Thank ronzobaroni
Reviewed 9 July 2016

This was by far the most fun activity I did in Morocco. Not even close. You will never have more of an opportunity to interact with a beautiful, endangered species of primates than you will here. Make time to see the Barbary apes.

Thank AhuvafromTX
Reviewed 17 June 2016

Ifrane is surprisingly cold; I recommend NOT wearing shorts and flipflops like I did. There are lots of monkeys around for photos, and locals selling peanuts to feed them. There is likely the odd tourist horse etc around too, if that takes your fancy.

1  Thank Nathan F
Reviewed 10 December 2015

Cedar Forest of azrou has this national park where most of the passengers who drives their cars for a trip stopped here feeding the barbary monkeys where is considered as one of the heritage that is preserved in a very good way, as people stop...More

Thank IBouyecho
Reviewed 28 March 2015

As we drove through an arm of the park on a scenic drive, we stopped where there are colonies of Barbary Macaques, also know as Barbary Apes. They are found in Morocco, Algeria, and Gibraltar. Attracted by people feeding them, they are very tame; but...More

Thank OneAddictedTraveler
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