In addition to its historical monuments, its delicious gastronomy, its incredible beaches, its excellent riads, its abundant culture and its hospitable people, Morocco also boasts an impressive and varied nature that will delight those visitors who are looking for scenery and incomparable views. Morocco is a country extremely varied, with more than 3700 kilometers of coastline, several mountain ranges, deserts with precious oasis and many other amazing natural wonders. The throat the Todra Gorge of Todra Gorge, located in the remote East side of the mountains of the High Atlas in Morocco, is one of the most sensational rock formations in North Africa, with canyons with walls look like carved cliffs that are stretched for several miles through the mountains. The most spectacular part of the Todra Gorge are the last 600 metres, where the Canyon narrows considerably until reaching only 10 m wide in some points. The same throat becomes steep and the smooth stone walls reach 300 meters on each of its sides. In the rest of the throat, the water is icy, since the rays of the Sun barely reaches the bottom of the Gorge. At the end of the 600 meters of length of throat, canon opens to a clearly less dramatic but equally beautiful, with the river flowing through the red mountains on both sides.
The throat has become a fairly accessible place, with an asphalt road that leads up the Valley from Tinerhir to the same throat and a road that continues the peoples of Ait Hani, Tamtatouchte, and Imilchil. The best option is to organize transportation from Tinerhir, from where can navigate easily on foot. Most of the people said that the best hours to visit the throat are from 8 in the morning to 1 of the takes, since the sunlight allows you to take excellent pictures. N.p.