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HI, I'm Soufiane!

Auto-entrepreneur founder of Skoura 360°

With a wealth of experience in hotel management in skoura palm grove as well as Ouarzazate city region, Soufiane has a solid university carerre since he has a bachelor’s degree in Human Sciences and a Master degree level in Communication and Tourism as well as working for few years as a local guide than as a gusthouse waiter than as a service manager and end as a hôtel manager.This aspect earned him to acquire an approved and recognized experience in local tourtique activities in Skoura.

To organize his profession and regulate his activity,in Marche 2016 Soufiane decided to be subsribed in the national programe of self-entrepreneurs and ask to create a communication and local tours agency named SKOURA 360.He aimes to offer to individuals a high-quality and regulated travel services and with his team offers to individuals and families who are coming to skoura palm grove and its region the opportunity to spend unforgetable vacations with locals in suitable accommodations, including excursions, day trips ,special family tours, hikes, events and many other activities . Also to provide professionals with the benefit of his experience, Soufiane supports them in the daily management of their hotels,guesthouses and lodges.

“It is common in morocco that  workers imigrates usualy from south to north,which causes lots of problems of local developpement . For this reason i tried to gather  skoura’s young graduates who decided to stay in skoura (Guides and Digital Communication Specialists) as well as few women owners of local accommodations and  businesses to see if we can do something.

however, to develop this new idea in SKOURA i invite from here all young graduates who are planning to be back in skoura (all fields and studies) to join our team and live this experience which will surely help each of us to succeed in his/her professional life and help SKOURA and its people . I also invite tourism professionals of skoura and its region to understand that these young people deserve their support and trust. Thanks  so much in advance for all of you for trust and support !! ”

Soufiane fawz  Identifiant Commun de l’entreprise: 002285977000012. Taxe  professionnelle:716507.Identifiant fiscal:375225703.

"Skoura palm grove in the door of the one thousand kasbahs vallez" Hassan II king of Morocco.

By the time caravans laden with gold and spice reached Skoura, the camels must’ve been gasping. After a two-month journey across the Sahara, blue-robed Tuareg desert traders offloaded cargo from caravans in Skoura, where Middle Atlas mountaineers packed it onto mules headed to Fez. Ouarzazate, 39km west, is now the region’s commercial centre, but Skoura’s historic mudbrick castles remain, and desert traders throng Monday and Thursday souqs brimming with intensely flavourful desert produce. When market days are done and palm-tree shadows stretch across the road, no one seems in a hurry to leave.

Skoura is the first stop on the 1000 kasbahs road between Ouarzazate and Tafilalet. According to legend, it was founded in the 12th century under the Almohad dynasty.The palm grove takes its name from the Berber tribe that lived there at that time, the Haskourene. Since then, several populations have followed one another, including the Arab tribes from the Tafilalet, making Skoura an Arab territory in the Berber country.

If Skoura, modest and discreet, does not leave an everlasting memory and does not stand out from these small towns along the road of a thousand kasbahs, it is quite different from its vast palm grove with cultivated crops, the rich historical past and the ancient buildings often restored and famous for some.

The palm grove of Skoura is a real labyrinth, about 50 km², usable by car as well as on foot. Palms, olive trees and almond trees shelter from their shadows, according to the course of the sun, the arid paths leading to the houses of earth, some of which date from the seventeenth century.

It is a charming stage before continuing, not far from there, towards the valley of almond trees, the valley of roses, as well as the gorges and canyons of Dades and Todra.Here as elsewhere the guest houses (often kasbahs) offer a table d’ hôte for those who live within their walls. Also, some restaurants on the main road, most of which are open only during the day, offer omelettes and tagines.

 
Vedio of skoura palm grove

The Skoura oasis consists of a group of small adobe villages and kasbahs connected by a patchwork of narrow paths and paths bordering the crops in the shade of numerous palm trees and fruit trees.
The walks, here numerous, can be done on foot or on the back of a donkey, by bicycle or on horseback, however it is advisable to be accompanied in this open-air maze. Within the palm grove, a few families have lived for generations the art of pottery to produce jars, tajines and canoes sold at the souks of the region and around the main road. A cooperative produces goat cheese in the Skoura palm grove.

The palm grove of Skoura is a real labyrinth, about 50 km², usable by car as well as on foot. Palms, olive trees and almond trees shelter from their shadows, according to the course of the sun, the arid paths leading to the houses of earth, some of which date from the seventeenth century.

It is a charming stage before continuing, not far from there, towards the valley of almond trees, the valley of roses, as well as the gorges and canyons of Dades and Todra.Here as elsewhere the guest houses (often kasbahs) offer a table d’ hôte for those who live within their walls. Also, some restaurants on the main road, most of which are open only during the day, offer omelettes and tagines.

The Skoura oasis consists of a group of small adobe villages and kasbahs connected by a patchwork of narrow paths and paths bordering the crops in the shade of numerous palm trees and fruit trees.
The walks, here numerous, can be done on foot or on the back of a donkey, by bicycle or on horseback, however it is advisable to be accompanied in this open-air maze. Within the palm grove, a few families have lived for generations the art of pottery to produce jars, tajines and canoes sold at the souks of the region and around the main road. A cooperative produces goat cheese in the Skoura palm grove.