Mountains, deserts, oases or beaches. In Morocco, nature is everywhere. There are 10 national parks. Toubkal National Park, established in 1942, is the oldest and by far the most visited. Along the thousands of kilometers of Atlantic and Mediterranean coast, nature is abundant. Discover for example the park at the mouth of the Souss and Massa wadis near Agadir, which form an ideal ecosystem to attract pink flamingoes, cranes and bald ibises. To the south of Sidi Ifni, the sublime white beach extends over 50km of pure beauty. Even further south, Dakhla Bay hosts the last colony of monk seals in the world. Near the Mediterranean, the magnificent Rif nature reserve at the mouth of the Moulaya is also a paradise for birds.