Visit Agadir national park , an excursion to discover the Souss Massa gazelle reserve, an ideal place for nature lovers, an outing to the Agadir animal park is always a magical moment, a walk in front of the beauty of the animals.
Visit Agadir National Park on safari
Explore the Agadir National Park and see the animals up close and in their natural habitat… Discover one of the most interesting animal reserves in North Africa, and observe dorcas gazelles, oryx, Addax and red-necked ostriches up close…
The addax lives in groups of around ten individuals made up of males, females and young. It is the antelope best adapted to desert environments, its large hooves enabling it to walk on hot sand.
The Addax eats grasses, leaves and fruit. It lives for 15 to 20 years in the wild. This animal disappeared from Morocco in 1956 due to poaching. It is a critically endangered species.
Size : 130 to 170 cm
Height : 95 to 115 cm
Weight : 70 to 150 kg
Top speed : 90km/h
Horn length : 50 to 110 cm (twisted horns)
The dorcas gazelle : one of the smallest gazelles in existence, it lives mainly in the deserts of northern Africa, where it lives for 10 to 12 years in the wild, and both sexes have horns.
It is threatened with extinction because of hunting by poachers, it has excellent eyesight, it can change direction without any difficulty and its speed can reach up to 70 kph, especially when it feels in danger.
Size : 105 cm
Height : 50 to 60 cm
Weight : 15 to 20 kg
Horn length : 25 to 40 cm
The Oryx algazelle is an antelope that lives in herds of several dozen individuals, well adapted to life in the desert, vegetarian, it feeds on both grass and fruit. Its long horns are straight and ringed, its ears and eyes quite small. There is a slight hump on its back.
Size : 120 to 180 cm
Height : 110 to 120 cm
Weight : 150 to 200 kg
Horn length : 100 to 125 cm (horns curved back and ringed).
The North African ostrich , or red-necked ostrich, is the fastest land bird with a top speed of 70 km/h, and is also the largest currently living. Unable to fly, the females each lay between 2 and 11 eggs, each weighing more than a kilo. It feeds mainly on plant matter, but can also capture insects and small vertebrates.
Height : up to 2.50 m
Male : 110 to 150 kg
Female : 90 to 110 kg
Finish your trip and visit the Agadir National Wildlife Park by going to one of the most beautiful fishing villages in Morocco; TIFNIT, located 40 km south of Agadir and not far from the gazelle reserve and the Souss Massa National Park.
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