Draa Valley - Morocco

The Draa (Arabic: درعَا) (also spelled Dra or Draâ, in older sources mostly Darha or Dara) is Morocco's longest river (1100 km). It is formed by the confluence of the Dadès River and Imini River. It flows from the High Atlas mountains south-(east)ward to Tagounit and from Tagounit mostly westwards to the Atlantic Ocean somewhat north of Tan-Tan. Most of the year the part of the Draa after Tagounit falls dry. The water from the Draa is used to irrigate Palmeraies and small horticulture along the river. The inhabitants of the Draa are called Drawa (an exonym), the most famous Drawi (sing

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The Draa Valley ships royal dates throughout the world. One tree can be worth 5,000 euros each! Known as the "date basket," this part of Morocco has contrasting beauty amid...

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