A discovery tour of life in the oases of the Jbel Bani chain. A journey full of surprises and a great lesson in life. Aguinane, Tissint, Tata, Akka, Foum el Hisn, then the famous gorges of Ait Mansour.
Accessible from Tata, the arid region of Bani is to the east of Souss Massa. It is bordered to the north by the Anti-Atlas and to the south by the Sahara. This region is dominated by a mountain range, the Jbel Bani.
The commune of Tata has several ksours (fortified villages) such as Indfiane and Agadir Lehna. Around Tata, many visits (the famous granary of Ait Kine, in particular) are to be expected and can be reached within an hour’s drive …
The province of Tata, and more precisely the territories occupied by the chain of Jbel Bani and Oued Draa, contains more than 80 rock engraving sites. It is by walking or asking in the villages crossed that you will be able to see rock engravings.
Ait Kine, a hidden heritage to be discovered 45 km from the city of Tata, the village of Ait Kine is surrounded by seven watchtowers housing the mosque and the famous fully restored collective granary (early 18th century).
Located 5 km southwest of Akka Ighane, the ksar of Tiskmoudine (29.963018, -7.551340) is a compulsory visit if you are around Akka Ighane. The oasis life takes on its full meaning during the visit. Do not hesitate to get lost there.