An Extraordinary Place
CROCOPARC is located within the community of Drarga, on the outskirts of Agadir, along National Highway 8 (the Marrakech-Agadir motorway) less than three hours travel from Marrakech.
Within the heart of the park lie argan trees; the tree which is emblematic of the region, the backdrop of which is completely within a natural, breathtaking landscape; opening onto the Atlas mountains in the background.
The first crocodile park in Morocco, CROCOPARC has become a tourist magnet which is a totally different experience from the usual tourist activities that are offered in the Souss Massa Draâ region; which tend to be oriented towards aquatic enjoyment.
Spending the afternoon or a full day at CROCOPARC guarantees a total change of scenery and a memorable visit for national tourists, as well as international visitors.
The park is primarily a place to discover and learn all about crocodiles; their movements, way of living and daily life. This educational component of CROCOPARC is of great interest to all visitors, especially children; and is also of interest to scientists, researchers and students, who have access to the laboratory and the crocodiles nursery.
The flora is not left out at CROCOPARC, which is also home to a rich terrestrial botanical and aquatic garden, with many plant species that are native to the Souss-Massa-Draa region; as well as being home to a variety of tropical plants.