ABOUT CHTOUKA AIT BAHA
The province of Chtouka Ait Baha has a wealth of tourist potential, including the igoudars in the middle of a rich and wild nature, as well as the cultural richness of the indigenous communities who have managed to preserve their values and traditions over the centuries.
These assets make it a destination for adventure, ecotourism and cultural tourism enthusiasts.
The province of Chtouka-Aït Baha is a predominantly rural subdivision of the Moroccan region of Souss Massa. Its capital is Biougra.
The province of Chtouka-Aït Baha, with a surface area of 3,523 km2, is bordered to the north by the prefecture of Inezgane-Aït Melloul, to the east by the province of Taroudant, to the south by the province of Tiznit, and to the west by the Atlantic Ocean (on 42 km9) with a population of more than 300,000 inhabitants in 2014.
Not far from the province is a pretty landscape with a small village and its minaret on the shore: Tlata Uoanass.
Chtouka-Aït Baha has 90,175 ha of forest, of which 83,830 ha are argan trees, which represents a production of 420,000 litres of argan oil per year.
The province is an agricultural basin, with 3,523 km2 of fertile land, and is considered the agricultural centre of the region.
The economy of the province is based on irrigated activity (Youssef Ben Tachfine dam) with a surface area of 19,200 ha on the Massa plain.
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