Souss-Massa-Draâ is a fascinating region when it comes to the inhabitants of its many towns and cities. Throughout most of Morocco, Moroccan Arabic, or Darija, is, of course, the dominant language. However, Souss-Massa-Draâ also has its fair share of Frenchy speakers. Throughout much of the region, you will find inhabitants who freely mix Darija, French, and English into the same conversation. Another major language is Tachelhite, known as the language of the Souss.
Souss-Massa-Draâ covers an area of 70,880 square kilometers, so there are plenty of hotels in the area. However, they’re not all cheap, and you can’t really bet on their being open and available if you just show up one day with no set plans in place. So, book through Vayama.com well in advance if you’re hoping to get a great deal on a cheap hotel.