TOURISM IN THE SAHARA   The regions of the South are more and more frequented by the lovers of sports of the desert and the sea. Swiss, Belgian and French are the main customers. The regions of Guelmim-Es Smara and Oued Eddahab-Lagouira have respectively of 1 500 beds and 660 classes. The tourism promotion in Morocco abroad certainly always puts in before the diversities of the Kingdom in its institutional communication, it is essentially of the imperial cities and a few beach destinations as Agadir and Marrakech, since little, Saadia or Mazagan. But there are other regions that deserve to be visited. This is the case of the southern regions of the Kingdom, some are beginning to carve out a small reputation abroad thanks to the discerning business and enthusiasts of the sports of the desert and the sea. The Oued Chbika station will be the capacity of the region of Guelmim-Es Smara to 17,000 beds. This destination hosts in effect throughout the year for hikers, participants in the rally and other visitors who stay in campsites, but who remain in this region for stays rather long. These tourists, are often Swiss, French and Belgians. The region of Oued Eddahab-Lagouira keep , In effect, a geostrategic situation of choice by being a door toward Africa and due to its proximity with the Canary Islands. And Dakhla is become a pole of attraction for a large number of tourists thanks to its bay, and to its lagoon of international renown, which fact converge toward it the watersports enthusiasts, the Belgian and German tourists are in continual progress that this is in the framework of the medical assistance and technical. The Agadir city remains the relay for a quality of the medical benefits. The private ambulance sector exists on the city of Laayoune , Dakhla and Agadir.  

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