Tlemcen Mountains host many plants of which are those that are only found in the forests of Ifri, Zariffet and Aïn Fezza, the waterfalls and the cliffs of El Awri. Tlemcen is home to colorful plant mix made of Montpellier maple, Atlas pistachio, terebinth, holm oak, and the Barbary thuja. The bumblebee orchid, giant orchid, monkey orchid, blue throatwort and soap plant find refuge underneath the tree populations. Tlemcen Mountains are a safe haven for the common genet, the griffon vulture in Chouly mountains, and the Eurasian bittern in Oued Khemis. The waterscape holds Dayet El Ferd, which is home to tamarisk and nestles many birds. Tlemcen region features cultural landmarks such as Mansourah monument, Sidi Boumediene, the minaret of the mosque of Agadir, El Mechouar Palace, El Mansourah Mosque dating back to the Marinid Dynasty and built by the Sultan Abu Yacub in 1303, El Ourit waterfalls and the Park of Lalla Setti. The area is famous for the caves of Béni Add and Ghar Boumâaza caverns, the largest known underground cave network in Algeria and Africa.