| near Bab Taza, Morocco|
| 722 m|
Kef Toghobeit is a very deep cave in Chefchaouen Province, Tangier-Tétouan, in northern Morocco. The cave is nearly four kilometres long and over 700 metres deep.
Kef Toghobeit Cave Wikipedia
The cave is near the settlement of Bab Taza. It is probably the deepest cave in Africa However just 1000 caves are known in Morocco and the geology would suggest that more than this exist.
The cave formed in the Rif Mountains where there is winter snowfall and an annual rainfall of 600 to 1000 mm. This precipitation maintains many of the rivers of Morocco and also creates deep caves. The cave is part of the 30,000 square kilometres of Karst formation in Morocco.