The hosting country

[separator color=” thickness=” up=’30’ down=’30’] [elements_animation animation_type=’element_from_top’] [dropcaps style=’square1′ background_color=’#f4f4f4′]B[/dropcaps]est known for its oases and golden dunes, the province of Errachidia is part of the administrative region Meknes- Tafilalet. It is spread on an approximate area of 60000 km² and is located in the Southern center of the Kingdom. Tafilalet played a key role in the history of the country. The old Sijilmassa is the cradle of the Alaouite dynasty which has granted Morocco its biggest thinkers and its majestic unifying Sultans. The climate of the province of Errachidia is marked by its aridity, as it is determined by its position in the South away from the High Atlas chain, isolating the region from the humid winds blowing from the ocean. However, it is highly exposed to the hot and dry winds from the Sahara. The aridity of Tafilalet’s climate must be qualified according to many factors which engender localized microclimates, which is the case of the palm effect in low valleys oases of Ziz, Ghris and Kerkla, or the exposure effect, shelter situation and altitude level in mountain areas. [/elements_animation] [two_columns] [column1] [elements_animation animation_type=’element_from_left’][progress_bars] [progress_bar title=”of the Kingdom population” percent=”2″] [progress_bar title=”of the population living in rural areas” percent=”65″] [progress_bar title=”of the population living in urban areas” percent=”35″] [progress_bar title=”of the area reserved to date palm at the national level” percent=”29″] [progress_bar title=”of national production of dates” percent=”27″] [/progress_bars] [/elements_animation] [/column1] [column2] [elements_animation animation_type=’element_from_right’] carteerr [/elements_animation] [/column2] [/two_columns] [elements_animation animation_type=’element_from_top’] [blockquote width=’100′]The plain of Tafilalet is located in the extreme south-eastern United and covers an area of ​​77,500 km2, or 11% of the land area.[/blockquote] [/elements_animation] [separator color=’white’ thickness=” up=’10’ down=’10’] [h3_with_line]Tourist hosting countries Desert and Oasis (PATDO)[/h3_with_line] [elements_animation animation_type=’element_from_top’]

– 2005 – 2006 : Inventory of Potentials, Constraints, …

– 2007 : Action plan proposal

– 2007 : Validation of the action plan by the partners at the local and central levels [two_columns] [column1]

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  • Anarchical setting up of bivouacs
  • Inadequacy of the law in force
  • Holiday cottages & Inns below standards
  • Waste Invasion of sites
  • Depletion of the local architectural aspect
  • Degradation of dunes
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  • Absence of signs in tours
  • Difficult access to natural sites and entertainment
  • Non-valuated programming areas, lack of themed tours
  • Lack of specialized guides
  • Omnipresence of false guides
  • Several consultants but different implementations of the development strategies
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[three_columns] [column1] Composantes[/column1] [column2] Partenaire potentiel[/column2] [column3] Consistance[/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=’#f4f4f4′ thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Reception, Information & management[/column1] [column2] Tourism[/column2] [column3] Creation of the MPATDO in Erfoud[/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Accommodation[/column1] [column2] Tourism / Province / NIHD[/column2] [column3] Improvement of quality & increasing the capacity of the rural tourist accommodation (G, A, B)[/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Organisation [/column1] [column2] Handicraft / Spatial planning / NIHD [/column2] [column3] Showcasing local handicraft and upgrading natural sites [/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Tour [/column1] [column2] Equipment / Tourism [/column2] [column3] Signs / resting areaDevelopment of rural roads for tourist activity [/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Environment&Patrimony [/column1] [column2] Water & Environment Al Omrane Spatial upgrading [/column2] [column3] Sttudy & implementation of a protective barrage in Merzouga Rehabilitation of Ksours and Kasbahs Preservation of the Environnement (POT) [/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Local Products [/column1] [column2] Agriculture / NIHD [/column2] [column3] Promotion of local agricultural products [/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Promotion & Marketing [/column1] [column2] Tourism / CPT [/column2] [column3] Brochures, leaflet, familiarisation trips, PATDO website [/column3] [/three_columns] [separator color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] [three_columns] [column1] Training & Accompaniment [/column1] [column2] Tourism [/column2] [column3] Trainings for service providers and rural guides Study on the tourist offer and supply in PATDO [/column3] [/three_columns]

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