Arrival in Dakhla of participants in the 14th Raid Tanja-Lagouira

The participants in the 14th edition of the Raid Tanja-Lagouira, organized under the signs of friendship, solidarity, discovery and investment, arrived Tuesday evening in Dakhla, the final stage of this automobile raid.

The race, which kicked off on November 1 at a ceremony held at the town hall of Collado Villalba (Spain), aims to introduce participants to the exceptional tourist and socio-economic attractions of the southern provinces. .

More than 52 adventurers aboard twenty 4×4 vehicles are taking part in this raid with the aim of criss-crossing Morocco and learning about the investment opportunities abounding in the southern provinces.

The program of the raid also includes social actions for the benefit of women and people with disabilities.
Before arriving in Dakhla, the participants traveled through the cities of Tangier, Casablanca, Marrakech, Tan-Tan, Guelmim and Lâayoune, where they took part in the festivities marking the celebration of the 47th anniversary of the Green March.

They were able to appreciate the landscapes, the roads, the dunes, the paradisiacal beaches and the oases of the regions of the Moroccan Sahara, with all their wealth and their investment potential, in particular the city of Dakhla and its magnificent region, and criss-cross the small sandy tracks by the ocean.

The raid is initiated by the Nord-Sud Action association in collaboration with the Moroccan Embassy in Madrid and with the support of the Dakhla-Oued Eddahab region and the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT).

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