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    If you just looking to get out of the city and enjoy a day excursion from Marrakech, we offer several options that allow you to escape the city and experience the natural wonders of Morocco. 1 day excursions from Marrakech to these wonderful natural sites: one day trip to Ouzoud Waterfalls, one day excursion to Ourika valley in Ait Mountains, one day excursion to Imlil valley with its stunning Berber villages, Day Excursion To Essaouira city and few other places we still recommend to visit in just one day from Marrakech, Ait Benhaddou Kasbahs (world heritage site), Please contact us for more information on these tours.

     
     


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Treks In Siroua Mountain 3304m


Treks In Siroua Mountain 3304m

The Jbel Sirwa, also spelled Djebel Siroua, is a peak in the Anti-Atlas mountain range. It is an old stratovolcano that rises 3,304 metres (10,840 ft) above sea level. Siroua mountain is punctuated by numerous narrow valleys inhabited by the Berber people who are such small farmers growing saffron plants in their family terraces such Taliouine valley,Tidert valley and so on. We take lots of travelers for hiking tours, and climbing Siroua tours in there. You can join us for an amazing trekking tour of the Siroua mountain during the spring months
 

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7 days from Tanger Asilah Laarich Tanger
Day 1: Tanger – Asilah : Reception at the port or airport of Tangier. Asilah road we visited the lighthouse and remember Spartel Greek mythology in the caves of Hercules count will have lunch in some of the bars in the area and enjoy their beaches. Asilah did continue on the road to the coast, arrival and reception at the hotel. We strolled through the small medina of Asilah, white and blue, along the walls built by the Almohad and centuries later fortified by the Portuguese who occupied the city for a century, we come to the seaside cemetery next to the Marabout of Sidi Ibn Musa Ahmd. We left the Bab Homar medina where you install the market. Dinner, hotel accommodation. Day 2: Asilah – Larache – Lixus : After breakfast free time to take one last stroll through the medina and the beach in Asilah, before leaving the nearby road to Larache, at the mouth of the river Lucus, a city with a very Spanish, as evidenced by the Store castle, fortification overlooking the bay, built by Spanish seventeenth century. We also find the Spanish imprint everywhere, from the Place de la Liberation, known as the Plaza of Spain, to restaurant menus. Afternoon visit to the ruins of the Roman acropolis Lucus, founded by the Phoenicians around 1100 BC, possibly as a first point of commerce in North Africa. Dinner and overnight at hotel. Day 3: Larache – Chaouen : Morning after breakfast we dirgiremosa Chaouen, but first making a small detour to see the Cromlech of Msoura with its 167 menhirs, one of the oldest human remains in the area. Later take the right turn was Khemis Souk des Beni Arrous. Chaouen Arrival and reception at the hotel. Lunch and free time to discover the “holy city of the Rif mountains.” Day 4: Chaouen – Chaouen : After breakfast, free day with the possibility of guided tour of the city. Chefchaouen, seated at the foot of Jbel Tissouka, offers visitors a fascinating journey through a maze of narrow streets, we entered it Bab al-Suiqa Harmum in the neighborhood, the oldest of the city with its artisans and merchants. We got to the Hamman Uta plaza housing the source, the Mosque, the Citadel with the local museum, the Funduq and numerous terraces of cafes where tourists and Rif are mixed in a relaxed atmosphere. We entered the Andalusian quarter, built to host the second wave of Moors after 1492, climbing its steep streets and whitewashed we reach the limit of the fortified enclosure, Bab al-Ansar, beyond the Spring “Ras al-Ma” that takes water sources of the medina and allows the operation of public utility and the mill on the left, and go round to reach a bridge where just enchanting journey. Also enjoy the original and superb craftsmanship in leather and other products that make the artisans of the city. Dinner and overnight at hotel. Day 5: Chaouen – Tetuan : We arrived at Tetuan, lunch at the Medina entering through Bab el-Rouah near the royal palace, up the street Al-Mokaden, area businesses and artisans arrived at the Zawiya Sidi Ali Barka, above Bab el-Mqbar takes step to Andalusian Cemetery where stands the mausoleum of Sidi al-Mandri Granada who rebuilt the city in the fifteenth century. We started making our way out of Bab el-Oqla, dinner and overnight. Day 6: Tetuan – Tanger : Morning free time to visit the archaeological museum, the Museum of Popular Arts and the School of arts and crafts. Lunch and transfer to Tangier, shipping in mid-afternoon. Arrival at Tangier where we started the visit just outside the port, up the “beach road” where we found a most precious buildings from the colonial era, the “Teatro Cervantes” in a lamentable state of neglect. Then we come to the market of small souk and square the great souk, the nerve center of the city that gives entrance to the medina with its streets lined with artisans, bazaars, cafes and street stalls walked up to the Kasbah, some noble and top of the medina where you can sample traditional cuisine enjoying beautiful views of the Straits to Tangier and its bay. Way of the Café Hafa where we take tea with mint reminding Bowles and others, visited the Phoenician necropolis and in the evening, dinner and overnight stay. Day 7: Tanger – Tanger : Breakfast and transfer to the port or airport as departure time, End of our services.
 

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8 days tour from Tanger to Chauen – Fes – Erg Chebi Dunes Marrakech
Day 1 Tanger – Tetouan – Chefchaouen Arriving at Tangier, the homes of famous actors and writers (Barbara Hutton and Malcolm Forbes PAUL BOWLES, George Aperly, Jean Genet French writer ), View Spartel the point that links the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, the Caves of Hercules , visit the Kasbah and the Medina, the Great market , the small market , Old American Legation, founded in 1821, the garden Mendoubia , afterward . The driver will pick up you at your location ( accommodations. Port . airport).This trip is with an air-conditioned minibus, or 4X4 toward tetouan “ white dove” VisitHassan II Square, the Spanish garden, and the walls of the medina Kasbah. Bab el Okla, after the Jewish Quarter, Andalusian, Berber market, THE Ghersa the kbiraand a museum visit Etnograph. Leave the old town, stop for refreshment and continue through very spectacular landscapes and beautiful views along the Rif mountains That has been inhabited by Berbers since prehistoric times. Get to Chefchaouen, the typical Berber village , droop you at accommodation, to relax, in the afternoon get out to enjoy fully this beautiful blue town between the Rif mountains , one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco. includes the palace and the famous Makhzen the medina Uta el Hamame . have dinner somewhere back to the hotel. Day 2 Chefchouen – volubilis – Meknes At 11h30 min We leave chefchaouen straight to volubilis protected by UNESCO as world human heritage, the greatest and The largest Roman archeological site in Morocco: Volubilis. discover this open-air treasure, Triumphal arch, capitol building, house of Bacchus – everything testifies to the city’s splendor and its economical and political weight. we will turn left to ses the holy town of Moulay Iddriss , each year Moroccan Muslim’s make the pilgrimage to this holy city, which is called the Moussem. We continue to Meknes the founder sultan Moulay Ismaël decided to make Meknes one of the most beautiful and powerful Imperial cities in Morocco, and protected it by around 40km of walls, it has preserved imposing monuments, as gates with beautiful sculpted canopies. several fountains, mosques, palaces, terraces and gardens . in the afternoon explore the main gate Bab Al-Mansour, which gives access to the imperial medina,and the place lahdim . Next morning see other monuments, and other attractions as the giant mechouar where the mausoleum of moulay ismaiil the founder, Jamaïpalace, which is now the Museum of Moroccan Arts. Day 3 Meknes – MOULAY – YAACOUB – Fès AFTER lunch we drive toward the thermal moulay yakoub time to relax your body with its chlorinated water, sodium, sulphide exceptional, emerging 54 ° C, meets the highest international standards of medical spas, continue to fes the spiritual heart of morocco ,the Greatest imperial , The entire medina has been designated Unesco World Heritage of Humanity Site. Stay in riad breakfast included. Day 4 Fès At 9h30min the local guide will come take you Wander through the medina with its souks and alleys which are unchanged since the Middle Ages. the exploration of the fez medina include The tanners’ quarter the blue gate Bab Boujlloud ,the vast Bou Inania medersa, with its cedar woodwork, its sculptured stucco and its marble and onyx decoration. Admire the Tijani zaouïa (zaouïa, sanctuary of a religious brotherhood) and the instrument makers’ souk before arriving at the mzara (shrine) the place where moulay idriss took the decision to build the town. -Nejjarine Square and the cabinetmakers’ souk. The magnificent carved foundouk (caravanserai) on the square houses the Museum of Wooden Arts and Crafts. The kissaria (covered market), where jewellery and fine fabrics are on sale ,Es-Seffarine Square, the coppersmith square, tanners’, the old Dar Batha Palace whose Arabo-Andalusian style. The Moqri Palace houses treasures of a rare architectural refinement. After burning to many calories it s time to get out to the rampart tour driving to visit the palace gat Jewish courter and the borj (watching tower ) then to the pottery quarter. Back to your accommodation breakfast included. Day 5 Fès – Azrou – Midelt – Erfoud – Sahara Desert (Hotel) AT 8H30 you will begin your ascent to the sahara desert across the plain of the Middle Atlas Mountains. Most part of thE morning will be spent winding your way through the beautiful berber town as ifran wich means in berber caves and azrou ( means stone) the home towne of the cedre forests wehere we will stop to see the Barbarian apes, jagged rock faces,as you cross the estern part of the hight Atlas Mountains and begin ziz gorges ( moroccan grand canion ) to descend into erfoud the desert gate then heading across the barren land to the majestic erg chebi sand dunes.( erg chebi Erg Chebbi,it is the name of the sand dunes that defines the Merzouga sahara desert,) Depending on the lighting, the dunes that can be found in the Merzouga can be pink,gold, or red in color.arriving to hotel ..where your camel will be awaiting you. before you set off by camel You’ll get a welcoming glass of mint tea .then for a 2-hour trek out to the oasis where you will spend the night in Berber tents.this could be optional if you would prefer to VE SHORT CAMEL TREK to see sunset and return to the hotel to sleep * extra 20 EURO*. diner and breakfast are included. Day 6 Sahara desert (Berber tents) After sunrise, you will return by camel to the hotel, have breakfast and get your room where you will sleep at night, today there are two option if you like to relaxe by the pool having off-road trough the black desert around erg chebbi visiting two oasis of hassi lbbid and Merzouga, the nomadic tente, Khamlia village of black musicians, mines Mifiss, meeting the Bedouins Berbers in the desert, hunting for fossils at Tissardmine oasis. Arrival at the hostel around 3 pm ,to relax and watch the sunset over the dunes. and enjoying the silence of the desert. diner and breakfast are included. Day 7 Desert – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley (Hotel) After breakfast we leave the sahara desert and head out trough a deferante road to rissani the segund islamic city wich was buld in the north afric after kayrawan in tunisia, if time allows, you can visite the local market with a donkey park the area is famous for the million-year-old fossils.after thatyou head up to Erfoud you set out bettwin the High Atlas Mountains and anti atlas mountain on route to the Todra Gorges.we stop at Tinjedad for lunch at ksar elkhorbat this extraordinary ksar where you will get chance to see a local Berber cultural museum then to todra vallee you will take a walk up in the towering Todra Gorges (600 feet high). The picturesque river valleys make for a beautiful journey towards the southeast of Morocco. You will spend the night in the Dades gorges. Day 8 Dades Valley – Roses Valley – Ouarzazate – Marrakech After breakfast you set off to Marrakech via the dramatic atlas mountain range that splits this part of Morocco into two. At it’s heighest vehicule passe in morocco, tizi n tichka, the Atlas reach 2265 metres (7,400ft). AFTER BREAKFAST WE drive kelaat m gouna rose capital You will visit one of distilation factury of the rose oil – have a break at ouarzazate to visite the mesume of cenima or the studio atlas coperations ,ve lunch at ouarzazate ,then acent up to Kasbah Ait Benhaddou. this typical Moroccan fashion, Berber village which has been used as a very important destination for international filmmakers ,more than 24 films was also one of the most important fortress strongholds on the old Salt Road where caravans brought slaves, gold, ivory,from sub-Saharan countries to Marrakech th After an hour walk in the village , you will head over the mountains to Marrakech.the road winds up into the High Atlas,This amazing zigzag made by frensh colony betwen 1925 TO 1935, TO replace the ancient salt road conected Timbuktu to Marrakech. Your journey takes you over ,in Marrakesh aproximatly at 18H00 oclock.
 

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10 Days from Tanger to Chefchaouen Merzouga Marrakech
DAY 01: Tanger – Chefchaouen During the first day of your trip we will meet you in the port and drive through the rif mountains and tetoun city to enjoy the views of the beautiful mountains till we get to chefchaouan one of the stunning villages in the feet of rif mountains chefchaouen medina had a Spanish-style square surrounded by many funky arts and crafts stores, roof-top restaurants and cafes where you will spend you night in a nice place to enjoy the breeze and the beauty of the nature. DAY 02: Chefchaouen – Chefchaouen blue-streets-of-chefchaouen-4.jpgEnjoy a panoramic view of Chefchaouen as you enjoy breakfast with fresh fruits, jams and natural squeezed juices from your hotel’s terrace. After breakfast explore and tour Chefchaouen, the blue-washed town (old medina) by foot along with your guide who will share stories of Chefchaouen’s history. Start your tour with the kasbah museum in the medina. The kasbah of Chefchaouen belongs to the early 18th century, and was built by the legendary ruler Moulay Ismail. It is fairly simple without architectural surprises however it is surrounded by gardens on the interior and exterior. Inside the Kasbah, you can visit the ethnographic museum containing antique weapons, musical instruments, and photographs of the old town. After exploring the medina, have lunch at one of the local restaurants. And in the afternoon we go back to your Riad. DAY 03: Chefchaouen – Midelt On the way to Midelt we will go back on time to 3th century by visiting the most important archaeological site in Morocco Volubilis, which features the best preserved Roman ruins in this part of Northern Africa. So it is not by chance this roman ruins in 1997 were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. A 45 minutes guided tour is scheduled here. From volubilis we go on our way to Meknes that was named after a Berber tribe which was known as Miknasa in the medieval North African sources. Meknes was the capital of Morocco under the reign of Moulay Ismail (1672–1727). He built in the ingeniously designed granaries, really fascinating architecture of tiny windows, massive walls where he used to store grain and hay to feed his 15.000 horses not food for humans. We continue our way to Midelt via Azrou and the middle atlas, Night at Midelt. DAY 04: Fez – Midelt – Merzouga Sublime-MoroccoFrom Midelt we head to the magnificent Ziz Gorges carved through volcanic rock, you’ll see views of the Middle-Atlas plateau, noticing how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city Errachidia. After lunch, we’ll continue our journey through the Ziz valley Erfoud, Rissani and Merzouga. After a glass of mint tea, We will leave our luggage in a room then take the camels to a Berber camp in the middle of Erg Chebbi Sad Dunes. 20 km long and 5 km wide it is also reputed as the highest sand dunes in North Africa. It is a unique and diverse environment. The camel trek takes about 1hr 30 min from the hotel to the camp where we continue the spirit of the nomadic Berber lifestyle. There we setup Berber tents with additional restaurant and kitchen with the dunes naturally providing basic facilities. The tents are well equipped and we provide mattresses, blankets, and cushions. After dinner we gather round the fire and enjoy the desert night perhaps with traditional Berber drums. DAY 05: Merzouga – Merzouga A full day in the Sahara Desert awaits you! You’ll be in another terrific Berber village of the Sahara and listen to the Gnaoua music in a African village. Continue through to see the nomads of the desert under their tents. In the evening you’ll be back to your hotel. DAY 06: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges After breakfast, as you start traveling to Erfoud, you set out behind the High Atlas Mountains on route to the Todra Gorge, passing by nomad people along the way. You will take a walk up in the towering Todra Gorges (985 feet high). The picturesque river valleys make for a beautiful journey towards the southeast of Morocco. Then continue your journey towards another impressive gorge Dades passing by strange rock creations of Tamnalt Hills. Overnight in Xaluca Dades Hotel. DAY 07: Dades Gorge – Ouarzazate – Marrakech After breakfast, you begin your day’s journey towards Ouarzazate via the High Atlas Mountains. Take off road about 25kms on your 4×4, you will discover nomad life in caves before arriving in the the center of Moroccan roses and rose products. Continue your trip via the Road of One Thousand Kasbahs. You will pass by the Skoura palm oasis just before arriving in Ouarzazate. Here, you will visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kasbah Ait Benhaddou. In typical Moroccan fashion, the true treasures must be searched out and discovered… usually off the beaten path. In actuality, this setting has been used for more films than any other location in Morocco, including Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, and recently The Gladiator. In the afternoon, you will be dropped off at your riad/hotel. DAY 08: Marrakech- Marrakech Koutoubia marrakech.jpgAfter breakfast in the riad , you can start exploring Marrakech ” the red city of Morocco”. We will ensure that you see the most important sites of historical and cultural interest, including the Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palacel. After Lunch at a restaurant near the square, you will walk through the souks and view hundreds of handicrafts. On the afternoon, we pick you up back to your Riad. DAY 09: Marrakech – Marrakech In this day you will have some free time to wonder by yourself the other parts of the city . DAY 10: Marrakech to The Airport Drop you at the Airport. End of our services.
 

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4 Days trek in toubkal mountain 4167m
4 Days trek in toubkal mountain 4167m Day 1: Depart from Marrakech towards Oukaïmeden-the point of departure for this trek to meet our team at the 2660m. Then visit the prehistoric rock carvings of the High Atlas. In the afternoon depart towards Tacheddirt passing by TiziNadi 2920m to arrive at the valley. Spend the night at the family guesthouse in Tacheddirt village or camp in bivouac. 5 hours walking. Day 2: Depart from Tacheddirt towards Imlil or in Aremd, passing by Tizin’Tamatert 2279m. Lunch at the mountain pass and then descending towards Imlil valley. 5 hours walking. Day 3: A beautiful, unforgettable 6 hours trek to base camp (3106m) via Sidi Chamarouch, picnic lunch stop by the river. On arrival rest, eat and spend the night at the Neltner hut or camp. Day 4: Wake up early next morning, following a hearty breakfast, then begin the ascent of the Summit (4167m). Back down to base for lunch, before setting back to Imlil or Marrakech.10 hours of walk.then travel back to Marrakech.
 
 

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6 Days trek in three valleys, Toubkal summit 4167m
6 Days trek in three valleys, Toubkal summit 4167m Day 1 : Arrival and transfer to your hotel in Marrakech city. Day 2 : Transfer to Aguersioual 1700m where you meet the muleteer team then You walk up for 1 ½ hours to Matat village and have your lunch.After a little rest you carry on to get to the high point for today which is Tizi Odite 2400m. A good mule trail to cross Ait Issa village in order to arrive at Tiziane village 1700m where you spend the second night in a gite(guesthouse). 5 hours walking. Day 3 : After breakfast you set off your trek following the driest stream for 2 hours to arrive at the mountain pass 2200 m. At this point you have good view back through colourful mountains with small bushes and juniper trees all over the hills. We go on our way downhill to the river under walnut trees to have a picnic lunch .In the afternoon you start an easy walk via very attractive landscapes to the Tkint Valley 1700m where you spend your night. 6hours walking. Day 4 : Walking from Tkent Valley to the head of the Azzaden valley. After having your breakfast, you will take the east direction passing by a group of nomadic houses then you start trekking uphill to get to Tizi n Tagdalte at 2500m. The way becomes easier then windy raod downhill to the river where you will have lunch. After that you cross to Tizi Oussem village then you have 2 hours to get to the refuge of Tamsoult where you stay tonight. 6 hours of walking. Day 5 : You set out at 8:00 am following the stream up to reach the fabulous waterfalls that are found in a rocky canyon before moving further up via many zigzags to reach the mountain pass of Agelzime 3560 m. Here you will have your picnic lunch and then follow the path down through further zigzags to arrive at the Toubkal refuge 3207m where you spend the third night. 5 hours of walking Day 6 : An early departure around 5 :00 am to guard against the weather changing in the afternoon. You climb the highest mountain in North Africa, Toubkal mountain 4167m. It takes 3 hours going uphill and 2 hours back to the refuge where you will have your lunch.After that you continue down the mule path to Imlil Valley.We then transfer to Marrakech .It’s long day (8 hours )but you have the option of staying in the refuge another night if you want more recovery time.
 
 

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3 Days trek in toubkal national park
3 Days trek in Toubkal national park Day 1 : Transfer from Marrakech to Imlil town and start your trek towards Lipeney refuge (3000m) via Tizi M'zzik (2450m) visiting Azib N'Tamsoult and Ighouliden waterfalls along the way. 6 hours walking. Day 2 : walking journey from Lipiney refuge 3000m to Neltner refuge 3207m , climobing for 3 hours through the 82 zig-zaging path and via the Aguelzim mountain pass 3560m. 5 hours walking. DAY 3 : Today is ascent climb of Toubkal mountain which is the highest peak in North Africa at 4167m. Then trekking downhill to the refuge of toubkal for lunch and walking the whole way to Imlil valley 1740m. Meet your driver and travel back to Marrakech. 9 hours pf walking.
 
 

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6 Days trek in Toubkal mountain, Ifni lake, Amsouzert Valley
6 Days trek in Toubkal mountain, Ifni lake, Amsozert Valley Duration : 7 days Period : from April to October Joining in : Marrakech. Day 1 : Marrakech-Imlil-Tacheddirt We leave Marrakech after breakfast and drive to Imlil via Asni. Imlil is the principal trailhead for walkers, and a busy market town. There is a constant movement of people coming down from the mountains, and an equal range of activity from those about to embark on their adventure. We meet our mule team and once all our gear is loaded we begin walking along the valley towards Tacheddirt, some 8kms beyond Imlil. Soon the trail begins to rise as we climb up to the pass at Tizi n'Tamatert (2279m). We then descend to the pretty village of Ouaneskra and continue, for a further half-hour or so, to Tacheddirt (3000m), where we generally camp near the river. 1h30 of drive and 5 hours of walk Day 2 : Tacheddirt-Azib Likemt Crossing the valley we begin a long, slow ascent to the pass at Tizi Likemt (3555m). The going is quite tough as there is a considerable amount of loose scree on the ground. At the top we enjoy our first fine view of the Toubkal massif before a long downhill descent to the village of Azib Likemt, where we camp for the night.5 hours of walk Day 3 : Azib Likemt-Tizi n'Ouraine-Amsouzert valley This long, but relatively easy, day takes us through a variety of contrasting landscapes. From Tizi n’Ouraine (3120m) we enjoy further views of the Toubkal massif, including the summit, the east face and the Ifni Lake. The trail leads on towards Amsouzert, one of the most striking villages in the region, where we spend the night in a simple village in gueste house.6 hours of walk Day 4 : Amsouzert-Ifni Lake West of Amsouzert are several small villages, which we explore as we make our way towards Ifni Lake, the only lake in the Toubkal massif. It is a gorgeous sight, surrounded by rocky mountains and giant heaps of rubble, and is unusually deep. We expect to arrive by lunchtime and spend the afternoon relaxing at the shore. We camp tonight in this area.4 hours of walk Day 5 : Ifni Lake-Neltner hut (refuge du toubkal) By now we should be both fit and acclimatised, and ready to tackle the hardest day of the trek. We make our way along a steep path that leads up a seemingly endless scree slope. At last we reach the pass at Tizin'Ouanoums (3664m), a narrow ledge between two shafts of rock. From here it is a long zigzag descent to Nelter Hut, a mountain refuge where we spend the night (or alternatively camp outside). 6 hours of walk. Day 6: climbing Toubkal Summit- Imlil We leave before dawn, following a well-worn route to the summit. If conditions are good it should take no more than 3 hours to reach the summit, where we enjoy expansive views of the entire Atlas range and the Marrakech plains beyond. Returning to base for lunch then continue your mule trail downhill to Imlil valley where you meet your driver and transfer back to Marrakechand drop off at your accommodation. 10 hours of walk, 1h30 drive
 
 

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3 Days trek two summits ( Toubkal 4167m, Ouankrim 4080m)
3 Days trek two summits (Toubkal 4167m, Ouankrim 4080m) Duration : 3 days Period : all times of year JOining in : Marrakech. Day 1 : Marrakech-Imlil valley-Toubkal refuge Meet your drive at your hotel and transfer to Imlil valley 1700 m, where we begin the trek going up passing by Sidi Chamharouch in order to get Toubkal refuge where you spend your night 3207m. 5 hours of walk,1h30 of drive. DAY 2 : Climb Toubkal mountain- toubkal refuge Departure early morning to avoid any bad weather in the afternoon. Climbing and scrambling sometime through big rocks for 3 hours.Once You get the top you have great paronamic views all over the atlas mountains, Ouarzazate region and the Marrakech plains. Then walking downhill the same way to the refuge spending a second night there. 6 hours walking. DAY 3 : Climb Ouankrim-refuge-Imlil-marrakech Departure must be early again after you have breakfast, lovely hiking journey in Ouankrim mountain4080m then walking downhill to refuge to enjoy your lunch before you continue the hike along the way to Imlil valley in which you meet your driver and transfer back to Marrakech, drop off at your accommodation.8 hours of walk.1h30 of drive
 
 

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3 Days Trek through Berber villages
3 Days Trek through Berber villages Duration : 3 days Period : from April to October Joining : Marrakech. Day 1 : Depart from Marrakech to Imlil then start walking towards the valley of Tachedirt throughout Tizi N'Tamatert 2279 m then walking downhill to arrive at the village of Ouanesekra in the valley of Tachedirt. Night in a Berber guesthouse or bivouac. 5 hours walking time. Day2 : Depart from Tachdirt valley towards Timishi passing via the Tizi N'Ibbassen 3172 m. We then descend across the village of Ibbassen . We spend the night in a bivouac or Berber guesthouse at Timishi village. 7 hours walking time. Day 3 : Depart from Timishi towards Setti Fatma. Beautiful trekking journey throught several Berber villages in the valley like Tiourdou, Anfli, Tadrart and Chiker. After lunch we continue via Agadir n’Aït Boulmane to the centre of Setti Fatma. And before we return to Marrakech we are visiting the waterfalls at Setti Fatma if there is time. 4 to 5 hours walking time.
 
 

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20 days

 

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20 Days Trek in High Atlas Mountains
20 Days Trek in High Atlas Mountains Day 1 :From Marrakech to Tamzrit village 2114m After breakfast we depart from Marrakech and drive eastwards, first through the Central Atlas foothills crossing the plain of Haouz. At Azilal we stop for refreshments and then turn south climbing into the Ait Bougmez Valley. We arrive at Tamzrit berber village where we overnight in a guesthouse or camp. 6 hours driving. Day 2 : Imi n’ikkis 2350 metres We meet our team of mules and muleteers and start trekking through a forest of old oaks. We climb past the village of Arous and up the gorge of the Arous River. A rocky path leads first through box bushes and then fields of barley, past the occasional hut with Jebel Mgoun at the head of the valley. We follow the path to the summer grazing pastures of Imi n’ikkis (2350m). Camp near Imi n’ikkis huts. (3 to 4 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 3 : Tarkeddit Plateau 2900 metres From our camp we continue climbing through a magnificent giant “rockery garden” landscape. In the spring the hillsides are a riot of colour as yellow and purple broom burst into flower. After three to four hours of steady climbing we arrive at the pass of Tizi n-Oumskiyk (3200m), which provides tremendous views of the Mgoun peaks and down to the summer grazing pastures of the Tarkeddit Plateau (2900m). From the pass we descend to the plateau and our camp in the shadow of Jebel Mgoun. (4 to 5 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 4 : Optional ascent of Jebel Mgoun 4068 metre A day for the optional ascent of Jebel Mgoun (4068m), the only 4000-metre peak outside of the Toubkal Region. The actual summit is Amsod (4068m), which is only one part of a long ridge, which stretches for several miles at around 4000 metres. We make an early start in the cool of the morning for the 4-hour climb to the ridge. First we cross the Tarkeddit Plateau before ascending scree and rock slopes to the summit ridge. It is then a further two hours along the ridge before reaching the summit. There are superb views from the ridge and from the summit. Look out for the fossil seashells on the final slope. This is a long day, 10 to 12 hours roundtrip but we are rewarded with a magnificent walk and superb views of multi-coloured mountains and hills. To the east the Toubkal peaks can be seen while to the south the large town of Ouazarzate can be picked out along with the huge barrage, the Dades Valley and the Jebel Sahro range stretching towards the Sahara. (10-12 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 5 : Tessaout Valley 2220 metres The first part of todays walk is to cross the Tarkeddit Plateau from east to west, following the stream, which is the source of the Tessaout River. After passing a natural rock arch we begin climbing gradually through a beautiful rocky landscape, dotted with shepherds huts to Jebel Tarkeddit (3200m) and the end of the high plateau. From here we descend a rocky path towards the Tessaout River and the village of Tessaout. As we descend we pass withered old juniper trees while the vegetation alongside the river is lush and green. We continue down by Asdrem to reach camp near the end of the Tessaout Gorge (2220m). (6 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 6 : Megdaz 2000 metres Todays route follows the river all day, through stark, rocky terrain, which creates a feeling of other worldliness. The descent takes us through the villages of Amezri and Ichbakene with some finely perched houses. You may have to cross the river and irrigation channels several times today, so carry your sandals. After lunch continue via the village of Ait Hamza, which has an interesting watermill beside the path, to reach Ait Ali Nito. Here we leave the Tessaout Valley and turn south away from the main valley and ascend a jeep track to reach the walnut groves of the village of Megdaz (2000m) and camp. (6 to 7 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 7 : Tamzrit 2200 metres Megdaz is one of the most attractive Berber villages in the entire Atlas range. Here we visit Berber homes and the local school if open. We continue climbing gradually, through multi-coloured hillsides to Tizi n’ Megdaz, which provides stunning views back towards the Mgoun massif. Our trail ahead can be picked out towards the peak of Jebel n’Anghomer. The descent to the Taggourt Valley (200m) is through barley fields, farmed by the people from Megdaz. We continue down the Taggourt Valley, following the streambed to the point where the valley becomes a craggy gorge. Here we leave the valley and begin climbing to the Fedrhate Plateau. We cross a series of ridges and climb through a hillside of old oak trees. The colour of the hillsides is constantly changing from red to brown to green to black and all shades in-between. From the Tizi n’Fedrat Pass we descend to cross the road coming from Demnate before climbing gradually to the Tamzrit springs (2200m) and our camp. (8 to 9 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 8 : Anfergal 1980 metres From camp it is a steady climb of one hour to the Anghomer Pass (Tizi n’Timlilt, 3100m) and tremendous views south towards Ouazarzate and the Jebel Sahro range. The path continues to climb steadily across the hillside before descending steeply on scree to the valley floor, a rocky riverbed. At the end of this valley is a natural lake. The lake’s water is clear and refreshing and contains fish. Here we will stop for lunch with time to relax and wash! After lunch we descend through a “grand canyon” style landscape of sandstone cliffs and caves. If we are lucky we will spot ground squirrels as we descend. From here it is an easy 2 to 3 hour walk to the green pastures of Anfergal and our camp. (4 to 5 hours walking). Overnight camp. Day 9 : Telouet 1900 metres The trail follows the path to Animiter, passing over a grassy plateau, which overlooks the Telouet Valley. We camp in a small grassy side valley. In the afternoon there is time to explore the town of Telouet and the Kasbah of the Glaoui Family. (3 to 4 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 10 : Adrar Mahboub 2650 metres Walking past small villages we cross to the opposite side of the valley and follow a watercourse through a ravine, which opens out onto a high grazing area. Our path contours around a ridge to reach our camp high on the flanks of Adrar Mahboub with superb views south towards the Sahara. (4 to 5 hours walking) Overnight Camp. Day 11 : Azgour 1450 metres Today’s walk is incredibly varied and we start by dropping down to the Tizi-n-Tichka highway, one of only two roads that pass the entire Atlas Range. We enter the Tichka Gorge with its black rock scenery before climbing to the head of the broad, green, enchanting Afra Valley, nestled at the foot of the Ardrar Tircht (3578m). Our camp is beside the river near the village of Azgour (1450m). (7 to 8 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 12 : Azgour 1450 metres At last, a well deserved rest day. Our camp is in a lovely location and there is every opportunity for washing and relaxing. Overnight Camp. Day 13 : Yagour Plateau 2300 metres Our route climbs steeply along a mule track onto the Yagour Plateau, passing shepherds summer huts and a small tarn. This area is well known for rock carvings and etchings and we should be able to see these along our route. We camp on this fantastic high pasture that has been used for centuries as summer grazing. (6 to 7 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 14 : Timichi 2050 metres Today begins with a climb to cross the Tizi-n-Ghell (2330m), which provides more wonderful views of the High Atlas peaks. We descend into the Ourika Valley, which we now follow to the busy pilgrimage centre of Setti Fadma, a straggly riverside village, set with grassy terraces and a backdrop of High Atlas peaks rising on three sides to over 3600m. We continue upstream through steeply terraced fields of the Ourika Valley to our camp at Timichi (2050m). (9 to 10 hours walking). Overnight Camp. DAY 15 : Ouanesekra 2300 metres A long, slow climb to cross the Tizi-n-Tacheddirt (3172m), a pass between the summits of Bou Igeunouane (3615m) and Angour (3616m), taking us into the Imenane Valley. There is time to enjoy the fantastic scenery before an easy descent to our camp near to Ouanesekra (2300m). (7 to 8 hours walking). Overnight Camp. Day 16 : Aroumd 2000 metres We cross the Tizi n-Tamatert (2279m) pass before descending steeply on a zigzag trail into the Mizane valley to the village of Tamatert. From here it is around 40 minutes to the large village of Imlil. Imlil is a busy and colourful trailhead with plenty of cafes. Here the Mizane River supports a thriving rural community, as their extensive cultivations and terraced fields indicate. Centuries of laborious irrigation by the Berbers have resulted in these terraces and walnut trees growing among the barren rocks. From Imlil we ascend on a zigzag path towards the Kasbah du Toubkal. This was used as a Tibetan temple in Kundun, the movie about the Dalai Lama. It is now a hotel. Our path climbs through groves of walnut trees and crosses a bridge to join a dirt road, which we follow to Aroumd, the highest permanent settlement in the valley (5 to 6 hours walking). Overnight camp or village accommodation. Day 17 : Neltner Refuge 3207 metres An early start for the long, slow ascent to the Neltner Refuge (3207m), the base camp for Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa. Leaving the green fields of Aroumd we follow the Mizane valley past the holy shrine of Sidi Chamharouch, a place of pilgrimage for many Moroccans. We must respect the local customs and non-Muslims are not allowed to enter the shrine. There are a number of small shops where we can purchase refreshments. After a picnic lunch by the river we continue the climb to the Neltner Refuge. Overnight camping near Neltner Refuge (3100m). (7 hours walking). Overnight camp. Day 18 : Ascend Mount Toubkal (4167 metres), return to Neltner Refuge / Aroumd (2000 metres) The ascent of Mount Toubkal (4167m) is technically straightforward although the loose scree and the altitude make the going quite tiring. The climb to the summit takes about three and a half hours from our campsite. After an early breakfast we set off traversing over grass and rocks, then a short scree scramble leads up to the base of the South Cwm. We continue the ascent to Tizi-n-Toubkal (3941m), and then traverse a rising crest to the summit plateau and the metal tripod, which marks Toubkal’s summit. Mount Toubkal is the highest peak in the High Atlas and North Africa at 4167 metres. The views from here are magnificent, an unobstructed view in every direction. To the northeast are views of the High Atlas and to the south lies the Anti Atlas and the Sahara. We have time to savour the summit views before descending to the Neltner Refuge. Here we take a rest and have lunch before descending the valley to Aroumd. (8 to 10 hours walking). Overnight camp or village accommodation. Day 19 : Marrakech 450 metres It is a short walk down to Aroumd and Imlil for the drive back to Marrakech (1.5 hours) where we check in to our hotel. The afternoon is free for sightseeing or relaxing by the pool. It is well worth spending some time in the Djemma-el-Fna, the busy main square of Marrakech. Each evening this large open square becomes the main focus of attraction as acrobats, musicians, snake charmers, water sellers and storytellers begin their evening performance. Cafes and restaurants surround the square and many people choose to eat in one of these or from one of the many barbeques and food stalls offer all kinds of mouth-watering food including fish and chips, kebabs and chicken. Overnight hotel in Marrakech Day 20 : Departure day
 
 

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3 Days Trek in Three Valleys
3 Days Trek in Three Valleys Duration : 3 days Period : all times of year Joining in : Marrakech. Day 1 : Transfer from your hotel in Marrakech to Tinzert valley Driving to Imi Oghlad village passing by small town Tahnaoute then Asni valley following the stream up. You meet the muleteers who take all of the luggage (food, bivouac equipments) you set off the trek climbing up via mule trial then great forest. you have lunch in nice peaceful place. then you continue the path to guesthouse in Tinzart village. Day 2 : Tinzert valley to Azzaden valley After breakfast, you trek towards danse protected forest into Toubkal national park, climbing for while then downhill to Azzaden valley across the first village which is called Azarfsane village. having your picnic under walnut tree. therefore walking uphill along the valley to arrive Id Issa village where you spend your second night. Day 3 : Azzaden valley to Imlil valley Walking again after breakfast uphill via Tizi Ossem village so as to get the mountain pass of Mzzik 2450 m of altitude here you have wonderful views over Imlil valley then and the lunch under jeneeper tree then benefit last steps walking downhill via zigzags to arrive Imlil town where you find transport to take you back to Marrakech .
 
 
 

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7 Days Trek in Mgoun Mountain
7 Days Trek in Mgoun Mountain Duration: 7 days Period : from May to October Joining : Marrakech. Day 1 : Driving along way in the east direction from Marrakech to the Ait Bougmez Valley (heureuse valley) via Azilal town and spend the night in Agoutti village .7 hours driving. Day 2 : After your breakfast you set off on your trek via Ait Said village to get to Arous where you spend the second night camping. 4hours walking. Day 3 : You move up to the Tarkedit Plateau through a wild landscape before crossing the Aghouri pass at 3,450m. Here you have a great view over the snow-covered high plateau of Tarkedit (2,900m). After lunch just next to refuge of Tarkeddit you climb up to the southern side of the plateau and establish a camp at 3,400m, directly below M'goun West (3,978m). 7-8 hours walking. Day 4 : Climbing the M'goun peak (4068m) to Oulilimt Today you make ascent to the summit of DjebelM'goun following a long ridge, all at or above 4,000m. This typically takes between 4 to 5 hours to the summit, depending on snow conditions. From the top, there are impressive panoramic views across the Draa valley and towards the Sahara Desert to the south.After that you descend to Azibn Oulilimt where you establish your camp . 8-9 hours walking. Day 5 : Departure after breakfast following the stream down through a very remote area around the Aflafal source and eat a picnic lunch along the way. We then carry on to Tighramt n’Ait hamd where you spend the night camping. 5 hours walking. Day 6 : You start your trek up to get to Tizi n’Ait Imi 1960m. Here you have fabulous views down to the happy valley of Ait Bougmez. You descend and have lunch at the nearby Ait Imi village. After that you go on your way crossing apple groves to the other side of the valley to reach a guesthouse where you stay for the last night in this valley. 6hours walking. Day 7 : Short walk today to visit the centre of Ait Bougmez where the Souk takes place each sanday and great visit of Sidi Moussa granary which was the old traditional store where the berber tribes kept their harvested crops such as wheat and corn, barley … then the lunch in Timmit village and driving back to Marrakech via Azilal. 2 hours walking.5 hours of drive
 
 

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5 Days Trek in Ait Bougmez Valley
5 Days Trek in Ait Bougmez Valley Duration : 5 days Period : from April to October Joining : Marrakech. Day 1 : Transfer from Marrakech to the sart of the valley and overnight in berber guest house at Ait Ochi village. 5 hours of drive includes some stops along the way fir photos and lunch. Day 2: walking along the valley and visiting the cereal storage of Sidi Moussa. and overnight in guest house at Ifrane village. 4 hours of walk. Day 3: trekking day across the fields of apples and walk up to Izoughar pastures and picnic over there then come back to spend night in Iguelouane village in guest house.6 hours of walk Day 4 : full day hiking to Ait Imi village, after breakfast ,you set off walking uphill via Addazen mountain pass and downhill to Ibaklliouen village and continue walk to get your guest house in Ait Imi village.4 hours of walk Day 5 : lovely day walking across fabulous fields and meet villagers working in their groves. Visit centre of the town Tabant where you will be picked up and drive to Azilal town where you will enjoy lunch before you drive back to Marrakech. 1 hour of walk and 4 hours of drive.
 
 
 

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7 days in Draa valley
7 DAY TREK TO THE DRAA VALLEY OASIS AND SAND DUNES DURATION : 7 days PERIODE : October to April to april JOINING IN :Marrakech. DAY 1 : Arrival, You will be picked up from the airport and transferred to your riad to freshen up. The rest of the afternoon / evening is at your leisure to explore the exciting city of Marrakech. Make own arrangements for dinner (dinner not included) DAY 2 : Marrakech – Tizi n tichka mountain pass – Ouarzazate – Agdez –Zagoura – Lalla Kebira Transfer from Marrakech (leaving at 8am) over the Tizi n tichka mountain pass then down to the south face of the High Atlas into Ouarzazate for lunch. Continue to Agdez then down the Draa valley passing by several Ksours (fortified villages), some inhabited and some abandoned in ruins. There will be a stop in Zagora, the gateway to the Sahara Desert where once nomads set off to Tombokto on a 52 day journey. Your cook will buy provisions here. Finally continue driving to the Dunes Lalla Kebira (Marabout, St. Kébira) for an overnight camp. You’ll be able to take a short walk around the oasis of small dunes at Lalla Kebira before turning in for the night. 7 1/2 hours driving. DAY 3 : Dunes and Oasis de Lalla kébira - Beni Ali - oasis Foum Taqqat, Camp (B,L,D) After breakfast, and taking up camp, the team will load the camels whilst you start the trek down the Draa valley in the direction of the Beni Ali oasis for lunch in the shade of the date palm trees. After lunch you will carry on to the wild Oasis of Foum beside the mountainous Jebel Bani, where you will camp overnight.5 hours walking. DAY 4 : Oasis Foum Taqqat - Dunes Nesrate - Ksar Ait Isfoul – Camp (B,L,D) After breakfast, you’ll trek off down to Draa valley through dates grove plantions to your lunch spot at the oasis of Nesrate. After lunch, there is a lovely walk through Berber villages along the valley to camp at Ksar Ait Isfoul. 5 1/2 hours walking. DAY 5 : Oasis and dunes Nesrate - Zaouiat Sidi Saleh - Dunes Tidiri - Camp (B,L,D) After breakfast, you’ll set off for another nice walking day through farming land and a small sand dune to get to the lunch spot near the Marabout of Sidi Saleh. After a delicious lunch you’ll carry on to set camp near the dunes of Tidiri. 5 hours walking DAY 6 : Dunes de Tidiri - Oasis and dunes Regabi - dunes Erg Lihoudi Camp (B,L,D) After breakfast, we head off for the highlight of this trek, walking through the dunes of Tidiri. Lunch will be just before you reach the Dunes of Regabi, and a further two hours walking will get you to the final camp set on the dunes of Erg Lihoudi.6 hours walking. DAY 7 : Dunes Erg Lihoudi - Village Mhamid or Oulad Driss - return to Marrakech (B,L) Early breakfast, the crew will load the car then you’ll start the long journey back to Marrakech with some rest stops on the way to enjoy the views and have lunch/drinks. Arrive back to Marrakech.2 ½ hours walking plus an 8 hour 430 Km drive
 
 

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7 days in deep desert
7 DAY TREK TO THE DEEP DESERT VIA SAND DUNES DURATION : 8 days PERIODE : October to April JOINING IN :Marrakech or Ouarzazate. DAY 1 : Transfer from Marrakech to Erg El Yahoudi in the Sahara Desert. A long drive through the south of the country passing over the Tichka pass 2260m then lunch in Ouarzazate city ( the Hollywood of Morocco ). You continue across the Draavalley to Zagora town and then your camp in Erg ElYahoudi. 9 hours driving. DAY 2 : You start your trek after breakfast to Ouedn’Ame.You walk in the west direction across a large plateau and have lunch under acacia trees. Then you carry on to get your camp at Ouedn’Ame. 41/2 hours walking. DAY 3 : Depart after breakfast from Ouedn’Ame to Oued Latache. You trek through sand dunes, and meet groups of camels grazing in Tamaris trees. You spend your night in a bivouac after 5 hours walking. DAY 4 : From Oued Latache to Chagaga dunes.After breakfast you walk via a very remote desert area and have lunch under palm trees in FamTiza . After that you continue via very stony small hills to the large plateau of Chagaga where you spend your night. 6 hours walking. DAY 5 : From Chegaga dunes to Bougarn.Walking in the east direction via a large plateau to get to the other side of Oued Latache where you will have lunch before you go on the way to Bougarn where your camp is available. 5 hours walking. DAY 6 : From Bougarn to Mhamid village. You walk via some sand dunes in a very gorgeous quite area to Mhamid then transfer back to Ouarzazate having lunch in Zagora town on the way and spend the night in a three star hotel in Ouarzazate. DAY 7 : Departure from Ouarzazate driving back to Marrakech. Early breakfast, the crew will load the car then you’ll start the long journey back to Marrakech with some rest stops on the way to enjoy the views and have lunch/drinks.The drive takes you past the World Heritage listed Ait Ben hadou kasbahs and you visit El Glaoui Kasbah in Telouat. After that you have lunch in Tizi n Tichka before continuing the drive to Marrakech. 6hours driving.
 
 

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7 days in Tazarine region
7 DAYS TO TAZARINE REGION AND SAND DUNES DURATION : 7 days PERIODE : from April to October JOINING IN :Marrakech. DAY 1 : Arrival in Marrakech or Ouarzazate. Free time to explore the city then spending the night in your hotel . DAY 2 : Transfer from Marrakech to Tazarine passing via TizinTichka 2260m and lunch in Ouarzazate. We then enter the Tazarine region and spend the night in bivouac near the village of Tamsahalte. 6 hours driving ! DAY 3 : Departure of your trek from Tamsahalte to Ait Ouaazike in the south direction crossing some stony hills with lunch after 3 hours of walking. Then you carry on to reach your camp in Ait Ouaazike village. You can visit engraved rocks just next to the village before heading back to your camp. 6 hours walking. DAY 4 : You set off on your trek after breakfast from Ait Ouaazike village to Ait Ali Ohassou.You visit some old Berber castles then you go on your gentle way via a large plateau full of acacia trees, a few palm trees. We lunch after 3 hours of walking.During the afternoon you continue your walk through the stony plateau Amrad even to Ait Ali Ohassou where you spend the night. 6 hours walking. DAY 5 : Ait Ali Ohassou to FamTizza.You walk in the east direction via a few sand dunes then lunch in Iferd. From here you start walking via a vast plateau to arrive your camp in the foot of sand dunes at FamTizza . 6 hours walking. DAY 6 : FamTizza to Sardrare.You walk changing the direction today to the west , crossing a very large flat area to get to your bivouac in Sardrare. Your lunch in Sardrare and rest up. 4 hours walking. DAY 7 : From Sardrare to Marrakech Today involves a short 1 1/2 hour walk then road transport back to Marrakech passing by Nakoub , Tazarine and Ouarzazate where you stop and have lunch. A lunch you continue on the road to Marrakech . 6 hours driving. Early breakfast, the crew will load the car then you’ll start the long journey back to Marrakech with some rest stops on the way to enjoy the views and have lunch/drinks. Arrive back to Marrakech.
 
 
 

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7 days from Tanger Asilah Laarich Tanger
Day 1: Tanger – Asilah : Reception at the port or airport of Tangier. Asilah road we visited the lighthouse and remember Spartel Greek mythology in the caves of Hercules count will have lunch in some of the bars in the area and enjoy their beaches. Asilah did continue on the road to the coast, arrival and reception at the hotel. We strolled through the small medina of Asilah, white and blue, along the walls built by the Almohad and centuries later fortified by the Portuguese who occupied the city for a century, we come to the seaside cemetery next to the Marabout of Sidi Ibn Musa Ahmd. We left the Bab Homar medina where you install the market. Dinner, hotel accommodation. Day 2: Asilah – Larache – Lixus : After breakfast free time to take one last stroll through the medina and the beach in Asilah, before leaving the nearby road to Larache, at the mouth of the river Lucus, a city with a very Spanish, as evidenced by the Store castle, fortification overlooking the bay, built by Spanish seventeenth century. We also find the Spanish imprint everywhere, from the Place de la Liberation, known as the Plaza of Spain, to restaurant menus. Afternoon visit to the ruins of the Roman acropolis Lucus, founded by the Phoenicians around 1100 BC, possibly as a first point of commerce in North Africa. Dinner and overnight at hotel. Day 3: Larache – Chaouen : Morning after breakfast we dirgiremosa Chaouen, but first making a small detour to see the Cromlech of Msoura with its 167 menhirs, one of the oldest human remains in the area. Later take the right turn was Khemis Souk des Beni Arrous. Chaouen Arrival and reception at the hotel. Lunch and free time to discover the “holy city of the Rif mountains.” Day 4: Chaouen – Chaouen : After breakfast, free day with the possibility of guided tour of the city. Chefchaouen, seated at the foot of Jbel Tissouka, offers visitors a fascinating journey through a maze of narrow streets, we entered it Bab al-Suiqa Harmum in the neighborhood, the oldest of the city with its artisans and merchants. We got to the Hamman Uta plaza housing the source, the Mosque, the Citadel with the local museum, the Funduq and numerous terraces of cafes where tourists and Rif are mixed in a relaxed atmosphere. We entered the Andalusian quarter, built to host the second wave of Moors after 1492, climbing its steep streets and whitewashed we reach the limit of the fortified enclosure, Bab al-Ansar, beyond the Spring “Ras al-Ma” that takes water sources of the medina and allows the operation of public utility and the mill on the left, and go round to reach a bridge where just enchanting journey. Also enjoy the original and superb craftsmanship in leather and other products that make the artisans of the city. Dinner and overnight at hotel. Day 5: Chaouen – Tetuan : We arrived at Tetuan, lunch at the Medina entering through Bab el-Rouah near the royal palace, up the street Al-Mokaden, area businesses and artisans arrived at the Zawiya Sidi Ali Barka, above Bab el-Mqbar takes step to Andalusian Cemetery where stands the mausoleum of Sidi al-Mandri Granada who rebuilt the city in the fifteenth century. We started making our way out of Bab el-Oqla, dinner and overnight. Day 6: Tetuan – Tanger : Morning free time to visit the archaeological museum, the Museum of Popular Arts and the School of arts and crafts. Lunch and transfer to Tangier, shipping in mid-afternoon. Arrival at Tangier where we started the visit just outside the port, up the “beach road” where we found a most precious buildings from the colonial era, the “Teatro Cervantes” in a lamentable state of neglect. Then we come to the market of small souk and square the great souk, the nerve center of the city that gives entrance to the medina with its streets lined with artisans, bazaars, cafes and street stalls walked up to the Kasbah, some noble and top of the medina where you can sample traditional cuisine enjoying beautiful views of the Straits to Tangier and its bay. Way of the Café Hafa where we take tea with mint reminding Bowles and others, visited the Phoenician necropolis and in the evening, dinner and overnight stay. Day 7: Tanger – Tanger : Breakfast and transfer to the port or airport as departure time, End of our services.
 
 

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8 days tour from Tanger to Chauen – Fes – Erg Chebi Dunes Marrakech
Day 1 Tanger – Tetouan – Chefchaouen Arriving at Tangier, the homes of famous actors and writers (Barbara Hutton and Malcolm Forbes PAUL BOWLES, George Aperly, Jean Genet French writer ), View Spartel the point that links the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, the Caves of Hercules , visit the Kasbah and the Medina, the Great market , the small market , Old American Legation, founded in 1821, the garden Mendoubia , afterward . The driver will pick up you at your location ( accommodations. Port . airport).This trip is with an air-conditioned minibus, or 4X4 toward tetouan “ white dove” VisitHassan II Square, the Spanish garden, and the walls of the medina Kasbah. Bab el Okla, after the Jewish Quarter, Andalusian, Berber market, THE Ghersa the kbiraand a museum visit Etnograph. Leave the old town, stop for refreshment and continue through very spectacular landscapes and beautiful views along the Rif mountains That has been inhabited by Berbers since prehistoric times. Get to Chefchaouen, the typical Berber village , droop you at accommodation, to relax, in the afternoon get out to enjoy fully this beautiful blue town between the Rif mountains , one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco. includes the palace and the famous Makhzen the medina Uta el Hamame . have dinner somewhere back to the hotel. Day 2 Chefchouen – volubilis – Meknes At 11h30 min We leave chefchaouen straight to volubilis protected by UNESCO as world human heritage, the greatest and The largest Roman archeological site in Morocco: Volubilis. discover this open-air treasure, Triumphal arch, capitol building, house of Bacchus – everything testifies to the city’s splendor and its economical and political weight. we will turn left to ses the holy town of Moulay Iddriss , each year Moroccan Muslim’s make the pilgrimage to this holy city, which is called the Moussem. We continue to Meknes the founder sultan Moulay Ismaël decided to make Meknes one of the most beautiful and powerful Imperial cities in Morocco, and protected it by around 40km of walls, it has preserved imposing monuments, as gates with beautiful sculpted canopies. several fountains, mosques, palaces, terraces and gardens . in the afternoon explore the main gate Bab Al-Mansour, which gives access to the imperial medina,and the place lahdim . Next morning see other monuments, and other attractions as the giant mechouar where the mausoleum of moulay ismaiil the founder, Jamaïpalace, which is now the Museum of Moroccan Arts. Day 3 Meknes – MOULAY – YAACOUB – Fès AFTER lunch we drive toward the thermal moulay yakoub time to relax your body with its chlorinated water, sodium, sulphide exceptional, emerging 54 ° C, meets the highest international standards of medical spas, continue to fes the spiritual heart of morocco ,the Greatest imperial , The entire medina has been designated Unesco World Heritage of Humanity Site. Stay in riad breakfast included. Day 4 Fès At 9h30min the local guide will come take you Wander through the medina with its souks and alleys which are unchanged since the Middle Ages. the exploration of the fez medina include The tanners’ quarter the blue gate Bab Boujlloud ,the vast Bou Inania medersa, with its cedar woodwork, its sculptured stucco and its marble and onyx decoration. Admire the Tijani zaouïa (zaouïa, sanctuary of a religious brotherhood) and the instrument makers’ souk before arriving at the mzara (shrine) the place where moulay idriss took the decision to build the town. -Nejjarine Square and the cabinetmakers’ souk. The magnificent carved foundouk (caravanserai) on the square houses the Museum of Wooden Arts and Crafts. The kissaria (covered market), where jewellery and fine fabrics are on sale ,Es-Seffarine Square, the coppersmith square, tanners’, the old Dar Batha Palace whose Arabo-Andalusian style. The Moqri Palace houses treasures of a rare architectural refinement. After burning to many calories it s time to get out to the rampart tour driving to visit the palace gat Jewish courter and the borj (watching tower ) then to the pottery quarter. Back to your accommodation breakfast included. Day 5 Fès – Azrou – Midelt – Erfoud – Sahara Desert (Hotel) AT 8H30 you will begin your ascent to the sahara desert across the plain of the Middle Atlas Mountains. Most part of thE morning will be spent winding your way through the beautiful berber town as ifran wich means in berber caves and azrou ( means stone) the home towne of the cedre forests wehere we will stop to see the Barbarian apes, jagged rock faces,as you cross the estern part of the hight Atlas Mountains and begin ziz gorges ( moroccan grand canion ) to descend into erfoud the desert gate then heading across the barren land to the majestic erg chebi sand dunes.( erg chebi Erg Chebbi,it is the name of the sand dunes that defines the Merzouga sahara desert,) Depending on the lighting, the dunes that can be found in the Merzouga can be pink,gold, or red in color.arriving to hotel ..where your camel will be awaiting you. before you set off by camel You’ll get a welcoming glass of mint tea .then for a 2-hour trek out to the oasis where you will spend the night in Berber tents.this could be optional if you would prefer to VE SHORT CAMEL TREK to see sunset and return to the hotel to sleep * extra 20 EURO*. diner and breakfast are included. Day 6 Sahara desert (Berber tents) After sunrise, you will return by camel to the hotel, have breakfast and get your room where you will sleep at night, today there are two option if you like to relaxe by the pool having off-road trough the black desert around erg chebbi visiting two oasis of hassi lbbid and Merzouga, the nomadic tente, Khamlia village of black musicians, mines Mifiss, meeting the Bedouins Berbers in the desert, hunting for fossils at Tissardmine oasis. Arrival at the hostel around 3 pm ,to relax and watch the sunset over the dunes. and enjoying the silence of the desert. diner and breakfast are included. Day 7 Desert – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley (Hotel) After breakfast we leave the sahara desert and head out trough a deferante road to rissani the segund islamic city wich was buld in the north afric after kayrawan in tunisia, if time allows, you can visite the local market with a donkey park the area is famous for the million-year-old fossils.after thatyou head up to Erfoud you set out bettwin the High Atlas Mountains and anti atlas mountain on route to the Todra Gorges.we stop at Tinjedad for lunch at ksar elkhorbat this extraordinary ksar where you will get chance to see a local Berber cultural museum then to todra vallee you will take a walk up in the towering Todra Gorges (600 feet high). The picturesque river valleys make for a beautiful journey towards the southeast of Morocco. You will spend the night in the Dades gorges. Day 8 Dades Valley – Roses Valley – Ouarzazate – Marrakech After breakfast you set off to Marrakech via the dramatic atlas mountain range that splits this part of Morocco into two. At it’s heighest vehicule passe in morocco, tizi n tichka, the Atlas reach 2265 metres (7,400ft). AFTER BREAKFAST WE drive kelaat m gouna rose capital You will visit one of distilation factury of the rose oil – have a break at ouarzazate to visite the mesume of cenima or the studio atlas coperations ,ve lunch at ouarzazate ,then acent up to Kasbah Ait Benhaddou. this typical Moroccan fashion, Berber village which has been used as a very important destination for international filmmakers ,more than 24 films was also one of the most important fortress strongholds on the old Salt Road where caravans brought slaves, gold, ivory,from sub-Saharan countries to Marrakech th After an hour walk in the village , you will head over the mountains to Marrakech.the road winds up into the High Atlas,This amazing zigzag made by frensh colony betwen 1925 TO 1935, TO replace the ancient salt road conected Timbuktu to Marrakech. Your journey takes you over ,in Marrakesh aproximatly at 18H00 oclock.
 
 

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10 Days from Tanger to Chefchaouen Merzouga Marrakech
DAY 01: Tanger – Chefchaouen During the first day of your trip we will meet you in the port and drive through the rif mountains and tetoun city to enjoy the views of the beautiful mountains till we get to chefchaouan one of the stunning villages in the feet of rif mountains chefchaouen medina had a Spanish-style square surrounded by many funky arts and crafts stores, roof-top restaurants and cafes where you will spend you night in a nice place to enjoy the breeze and the beauty of the nature. DAY 02: Chefchaouen – Chefchaouen blue-streets-of-chefchaouen-4.jpgEnjoy a panoramic view of Chefchaouen as you enjoy breakfast with fresh fruits, jams and natural squeezed juices from your hotel’s terrace. After breakfast explore and tour Chefchaouen, the blue-washed town (old medina) by foot along with your guide who will share stories of Chefchaouen’s history. Start your tour with the kasbah museum in the medina. The kasbah of Chefchaouen belongs to the early 18th century, and was built by the legendary ruler Moulay Ismail. It is fairly simple without architectural surprises however it is surrounded by gardens on the interior and exterior. Inside the Kasbah, you can visit the ethnographic museum containing antique weapons, musical instruments, and photographs of the old town. After exploring the medina, have lunch at one of the local restaurants. And in the afternoon we go back to your Riad. DAY 03: Chefchaouen – Midelt On the way to Midelt we will go back on time to 3th century by visiting the most important archaeological site in Morocco Volubilis, which features the best preserved Roman ruins in this part of Northern Africa. So it is not by chance this roman ruins in 1997 were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. A 45 minutes guided tour is scheduled here. From volubilis we go on our way to Meknes that was named after a Berber tribe which was known as Miknasa in the medieval North African sources. Meknes was the capital of Morocco under the reign of Moulay Ismail (1672–1727). He built in the ingeniously designed granaries, really fascinating architecture of tiny windows, massive walls where he used to store grain and hay to feed his 15.000 horses not food for humans. We continue our way to Midelt via Azrou and the middle atlas, Night at Midelt. DAY 04: Fez – Midelt – Merzouga Sublime-MoroccoFrom Midelt we head to the magnificent Ziz Gorges carved through volcanic rock, you’ll see views of the Middle-Atlas plateau, noticing how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city Errachidia. After lunch, we’ll continue our journey through the Ziz valley Erfoud, Rissani and Merzouga. After a glass of mint tea, We will leave our luggage in a room then take the camels to a Berber camp in the middle of Erg Chebbi Sad Dunes. 20 km long and 5 km wide it is also reputed as the highest sand dunes in North Africa. It is a unique and diverse environment. The camel trek takes about 1hr 30 min from the hotel to the camp where we continue the spirit of the nomadic Berber lifestyle. There we setup Berber tents with additional restaurant and kitchen with the dunes naturally providing basic facilities. The tents are well equipped and we provide mattresses, blankets, and cushions. After dinner we gather round the fire and enjoy the desert night perhaps with traditional Berber drums. DAY 05: Merzouga – Merzouga A full day in the Sahara Desert awaits you! You’ll be in another terrific Berber village of the Sahara and listen to the Gnaoua music in a African village. Continue through to see the nomads of the desert under their tents. In the evening you’ll be back to your hotel. DAY 06: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges After breakfast, as you start traveling to Erfoud, you set out behind the High Atlas Mountains on route to the Todra Gorge, passing by nomad people along the way. You will take a walk up in the towering Todra Gorges (985 feet high). The picturesque river valleys make for a beautiful journey towards the southeast of Morocco. Then continue your journey towards another impressive gorge Dades passing by strange rock creations of Tamnalt Hills. Overnight in Xaluca Dades Hotel. DAY 07: Dades Gorge – Ouarzazate – Marrakech After breakfast, you begin your day’s journey towards Ouarzazate via the High Atlas Mountains. Take off road about 25kms on your 4×4, you will discover nomad life in caves before arriving in the the center of Moroccan roses and rose products. Continue your trip via the Road of One Thousand Kasbahs. You will pass by the Skoura palm oasis just before arriving in Ouarzazate. Here, you will visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kasbah Ait Benhaddou. In typical Moroccan fashion, the true treasures must be searched out and discovered… usually off the beaten path. In actuality, this setting has been used for more films than any other location in Morocco, including Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, and recently The Gladiator. In the afternoon, you will be dropped off at your riad/hotel. DAY 08: Marrakech- Marrakech Koutoubia marrakech.jpgAfter breakfast in the riad , you can start exploring Marrakech ” the red city of Morocco”. We will ensure that you see the most important sites of historical and cultural interest, including the Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palacel. After Lunch at a restaurant near the square, you will walk through the souks and view hundreds of handicrafts. On the afternoon, we pick you up back to your Riad. DAY 09: Marrakech – Marrakech In this day you will have some free time to wonder by yourself the other parts of the city . DAY 10: Marrakech to The Airport Drop you at the Airport. End of our services.
 
 
 

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2 days from Ouarzazate to Merzouga
Day 1: Ouarzazate – Tinghir – Merzouga : Departure from Ouarzazate in the morning to Tinghir (169 Km) via Skoura Valley of Roses, Valley of the Dades. Lunch toToudra Gorge. Continuation in the afternoon to Merzouga dunes to enjoy a beautiful sunset at the top of Erg Chebi. Dinner and overnight at bivouac. Day 2 : Merzouga – Rissani – Tazarine – Agdez – Ouarzazate : Sunrise in the dunes of Merzouga and breakfast at the camp. After a camel ride in the morning departure via the Draa Valley through Tazarine, kob, Tanasikht and arrive at the Kasbah in Tamnougalt Agdez for lunch, 90 km from Ouarzazate. Back in the afternoon to Ouarzazate via the Tizi-n-Tinfifite 1600 m. End Of Our Services
 
 

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3 days Merzouga desert tour camel ride
Day 1 : Ouarzazate – Skoura – Rose Valley – Dades Gorges Departure to Dades Gorges via the raod of thousand kasbah. On your way to Dades Gorges you’ll seecouple of Berber farmers. Road to the gorges its here you’ll appreciate tranquility of Atlas mountains, have the chance toexplore the scene of daily life of Berber-Nomads isolated by the quietness moutain. Check into the hotel Day 2 : Dades Gorges – Todra Gorges – Erfoud – Merzouga Have your breakfast and walk little bit between the beautiful Canyons, before heading for Merzouga, through an other kindof Gorges, Todra ones, where you’ll stop for a while to refersh yourself by bathing in the cold water of the river. arrive Merzouga Morocco’s only genuine Saharan Erg(250M high), one of the those huge, drifting expanses of sand dunes thatypify much of the Algerian Sahara.Your camels are load-up, It is here that you will ride off the ocean of the golden-sand. While traveling to your camp you’ll appreciate the pure beauty of the landscape. night in the middle of the dunes, undernomadic tent. Day 3 : Merzouga – N’kob – Draa Valley – Agdez – Ouarzazate You will wake up early to see the sunrise over the dunes have your breakfast and drive to Ouarzazate via Rissani one of thisoldest cities in Morocco, and the capital of desting Alaoui, this spot was centuries ago a very busy commercial trade centre sun-saharan African and to the North. You’ll pause in market its considered the largest one inthe whole south of Morocco, continue via Tazarine and couple of other villages.You will see the magnificent plam garden of the Draa valley. Arrive Ouarzazate check into the hotel and end of the trip.
 
 
 

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THE ATLANTIC COAST TREK
THE ATLANTIC COAST TREK This trek follows the beach and coastal dunes of Morocco in a northerly direction from Iftas to Essaouira for 4 days. Sometimes we head inland to explore the sand dunes, buildings of historical interest, and through the undergrowth of Thuya, Euphorbia and Argan trees. We will also visit pretty Moroccan fishing villages and follow some of the ancient caravan routes of the Portuguese. After our trek we spend 2 nights in Essaouira, a small town nestled inside fortress walls where you will have plenty of time to discover the architecture and freshly caught fish the town is renowned for before travelling back to the hustle and bustle of Marrakech. DAY 1: Arrive Marrakech - hotel DAY 2: Drive from Marrakech to Iftas and trek to Tafedna - camping DAY 3: Trek from Tafedna to Iften - camping DAY 4: Trek from Iften to Sidi M'Barek- camping DAY 5: Trek from Sidi M'Barek to Sidi Kawki - Transfer to Essaouira - hotel DAY 6: Spend the day in Essaouira - hotel DAY 7: Return to Marrakech - hotel DAY 8: Depart Marrakech
 
 
 

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12 Days Trek in High Atlas Mountains (Tassaoute Valley, Tamda Lake)
12 Days Trek in High Atlas Mountains(Tassaoute Valley, Tamda Lake) Day 1: arrival day to Menara airport and transfer to your hotel . rest of day will be just relaxing and free time to explore city by yourself .Overnight in riad or Hotel. Day 2: transfer to Ait Bougmez valley via Azilal city .We will have stop in waterfalls of Ouzoud for beautiful visit then drive to Azilal for picnic lunch. night in guest house at Timmt village.5 hours of drive. Day 3: trekking from Timmitvillage to Ikiss N’arous 2260m .today is wonderful hiking dayacross Berber villages and green fields of apples. Camping,5 hours of walk . Day 4: full day walking to Tarkeddet plateau 2960m. After having breakfast , We take our way uphill to get the mountain pass which at 3400m and then walking downhill for an overnight in camp .5 hours of walk . Day 5: climbing the M'goun mountain 4068m is optional !!.the trail is easy at the beginning of walk but as long as you get closer to top the trail becomes more difficult and steep. When you are on first pass you will have 1 hour walk on edge moving slowly forward to the top. 8 hours of walk. Overnight in same camp. Day 6: full day hiking to the beginning of Tassaout valley2000m ( Tasgayoualt village )via Asdram mountain pass.We are going have great walk throughout pastures of M’goun mountain and great views of the beautiful Tassaout. Fantastic scenery of the area. Night in camp at Ait Ali N’Itto village, 6 hours of walk. Day 7 : lovely day hiking along Tassaout valley2000m walking on water from time to time .this journey is great across the gorges and the several picturesque Berber villages. overnight in guest house . 7 hours of walk. Day 8: beautiful full day trek via an authentic Berber village of Megdaz which is one of the oldest Berber villages in Morocco.Its massive Kasbahs will give you an idea of the Real Berber architecture of the area. Then we continue our journey through colourful mountains. Overnight in camp in Tagourt village. 6 hours of walk. Day 9: walking day to Taoudja pastures,today is just another splendid journey crossing grey atlas mountains and you are in nowhere in middle of the nature. Night in camp. 5 hours of walk. Day 10: fantastic walking day from Taoudja to Tamda lake, the hike today will take us through beautiful mountains. Overnight nearby this gorgeous lake. Day 11: Hiking to Tighza valley,relaxing afternoon in guest house. Day 12: Short walk to Anmmeter village and Transfer back to Marrakech, drop you off in your hotel in Marrakech new town. Please contact us for more information on this tour or to have us customize a tour for you.
 
 

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6 Day trek in M’Goun Mountain
5 DAY TREK IN OUKAIMDEN AND TOUBKAL SUMMIT 4167M DURATION : 5 days PERIODE : all times of year JOINING IN : Marrakech. DAY 1 : Transfer from Marrakech to Oukaimden 2660 m and walk to Tachdirt village 2350 m , you meet guide in your hotel and drive for 1h30 to Oukaimden ski station which is the starting point of your trek . You meet local muleteer team . Then you walk up to visit rock carvings ,you keep walking via mountain pass ( Tizi N’Addi 2920m) . In this point you have great panoramic views of Imanane valley . You finally go downhill to your camp or guesthouse in Tachdirt 2350 m. 5 hours walk. DAY 2 : Walking day from Tachdirt village 2350 m to Armed village 1900 m , after your breakfast ,you start your day walking via mountain pass ( Tizi n’Tamatart 2279m ) , after that , you completely have wonderful walk descending to Imlil valley 1740m . After that You cross beautiful fields of Imlil valley and picnic under walnut tree .And then you still have 40 minute to get your camp or gueshouse in Armed village 1900m. You can have visit of huge noticeable Kasbah in the valley ( Kasbah du Toubkal ), 5 hour walk. DAY 3 : Trekking from Armed village 1900 m to Toubkal refuge 3207 m , today is full day trek , you always walk up to pass by Sidi Chamharouch ( shrine ) which is pilgrimage of the region . It is the last village you see in the middle of the mountains . after while You find yourselves in very wild nature and you keep climb the mountains then , you eventually arrive your camp or refuge . It depends on the case of the weather. 6 hours walk. DAY 4 : Climbing Toubkal summit 4167 m , walking down to refuge , today you should start your trek early morning about 5h30 am in order to avoid any stormy weather in the afternoon . You set off scrambling stony and rocky hills and you have some steep steps along the way up . You would get the top of Toubkal summit after 3h30 hour if you have little bit good fitness level . On the top of this peak you enjoy prodigious views of High Atlas mountains and Anti Atlas to the south .You have nice descent through stony and valley for 2h30 taking the same path downhill to the refuge. 6 hour walk . DAY 5 : Hiking from Toubkal refuge, Imlil valley and drive back to Marrakech, after nice breakfast , you leave the refuge heading to Imlil valley via Sidi Chamharouch . Moreover, you enjoy the last views of the mountains in your way down to Imlil valley where you have lunch and meet driver for transfer back to bustle and hustle of Marrakech city , we put in your hotel or airport. 4 hour walk, 1h 30 drive.
 
 

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New Trek in Azilal region
NEW TREK IN AZILAL REGION DURATION : 3 days PERIODE : all times of year JOINING IN : Marrakech. DAY 1 : Transfer from Marrakech to Amarcide village , we pick you up from your hotel or from airport ,then we drive east heading to Azilal province . After 2h30 drive we meet our local team in Amarcide village where we start our trek . We set off walking via huge almond fields of Immitk . we have lunch picnic some where after one hour walk . therefore , we keep walking via oak , juniper forest in order to get our camp in Tahmoudoute village . We might have dinner with berber family in their Kasbah . 2h30 drive and 1h30 walk. DAY 2 : Trekking from Tahmoudoute to Tissa village , after breakfast ,we start your journey walking via donkey trial passing by lot of berber villages . We have picnic lunch in Bousalmane valley under walnut tree . then more walk to Tissa village where we spend night with berber family . 3hour walk DAY 3 : Trek from Tissa village to Azilal city , drive to Ouzoud waterfalls , Marrakech , after having breakfast, we walk downhill through forest and crossing some dried rivers and via some berber villages of Afoud Nibourk area then Mizzaden having wonderful views of Azilal town . Moreover, we join the car and drive to Ouzoud waterfalls where we have nice lunch and visit this pretty natural place . After lunch we leave this magnificent area for driving back to Marrakech and drop you off in your hotel . 3hour walk and 3h30 drive . This trek is virgin and it is not known by the tourism and the area has lot of things to see : berber villages, traditional houses built by limestone . and the locals have farms having cattles also such as goats, sheep.
 
 

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8 days to Amizmiz plaine
7 DAY TREK VIA THE AMIZMIZ PLAIN Trek through the villages of the Amizmiz Plain in this 8 day tour. Visit a Berber village called Ait Zitoun known for its olive trees; then proceed on foot to the village of Tizgui and enjoy the panoramic view of the plain of Haouz, Move on to Ait Ahmad a village constructed with clay and stones, then experience the local lifestyle of the crossed villages, also visit Imin'Tala a large and the most important crossed Berber village, and finally reach Marrakech. DAY 1 : Marrakech Arrival and transfer to hotel . Dinner and overnight. DAY 2 : Marrakech Half day sight seeing tour of Marrakech. Free lunch, and afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at hotel. DAY 3 : Marrakech / Ait Zitoun 900 m. Transfer to the foot of the Atlas mountains (40 minutes drive) where we will meet our mules. On the way you can see rich farming of cereals and barley. Arrive at Ait Zitoun, a Berber Village situated in Haouz known for its olives trees. Then enjoy a 3 hour walk. Lunch packet on the way.Dinner and accommodation at guesthouse. DAY 4 : Ait Zitoun 900 m/ Ait Hmad 1400 m. After breakfast, we continue towards the village of Tizgui, from where we will appreciate the nice panoramic view of the plain of Haouz and the Amizmiz region. We will cross the pass of Ait Ahmad where at its foot we will discover a terrace farm and also the villages at mountains flake. 5 hours walk. Lunch on the way and overnight at chez l'habitant in a village of 200 inhabitants constructed with clay and stones in the middle of mineral landscape at 1200 m altitude. Life here is based essentially on irrigation farming : fruits trees, cereals, legumes and animal breeding. DAY 5 : Ait Ahmad 1400 m / Imi n'Tala 1500 m. We continue along the left bank of the Amizmizriver. We will be in touch with the local life style of the crossed villages : traditional farming , pastoral life, women’scraft work. Lunch en the route. After this 5 hour walk we reach Imin'Tala a large Berber village and the most important crossed one. Situated on a mountain flake and exposed to the right bank of the Amizmiz valley which provides this village with rich agriculture. Unfortunately none of these villages have electricity nor water but inhabitants' hospitality remains untouched.We will arrive in the middle of the afternoon to the ‘chez l'habitant’ DAY 6 : Imin'Tala / forester house / Marrakech We will take a 4 hour walk till we reach Marrakech.En route we cross many villages constructed of clay. According to the weather, the tour leader reserves the right to modify the itinerary for the security and comfort of the clients. Dinner and overnight at your hotel. DAY 7 : back to Marrakech Day at leisure on half board. Half pension. Diner and overnight at hotel.
 
 

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8 Days in Tafraoute Mountains
8 Day Trek in Tafraoute Mountains Day 1: Arrive in Agadir, immediately depart by minibus to Aït Baha and the Tanalte Road. A short warm-up to get to the tents near Tizi Ozzemmour (1100 metres). Day 2: Departure for Taghzout (optional ascent to the summit at 1950 metres) and then on to the village of Mirgane. After exploring several isolated villages in this desolate terrain we pitch camp near Imi N'Taghzout (1600 metres). Day 3, 4: We will walk down to the village of Aït Iftane at the foot of Jbel Lesk, then across the massif, we'll take in a magnificent view over the Ameln and Tafraoute Valleys. Then we will walk down to Tagdichte. Day 5: We will hike against a wonderful sunlit backdrop of ancient pink granite rocks. We'll have time to explore the forests of palm trees at Tafraoute with its superb old houses. Camp will be set up near Aguerd Oudad (1000 metres). Day 6: Trekking through the village of Dousderm and up to the Amanouz plateau (1650 metres) to Aït Mansour Gorge. Camp is set up in the valley. Day 7 : A walk through the Aït Mansour Valley under the shade of palm trees and a final picnic beside the river followed by the return journey to Agadir. Day 8 : Transfer and departure.
 
 

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4 days in Ounilla valley
4 DAY WALK IN OUNILLA VALLEY DAY 1 : Transfer from Marrakech to Tamakouchte village , we set off after breakfast crossing the High Atlas in Tizi nTichka 2260m then visiting the world heritage site (Ait Benhaddou Kasbahs ) . We then have lunch and going on the road to Tamakouchte village where we spend first night in guesthouse . 4h30 driving . DAY 2 : We start our trek following the stream up via great agricultural fields of mais , luzerne , fruitful trees as apples , almonds …. We walk through a very pretty trail in the left bank of Ounilla valley then we visit gorgeous troglodyte ( caves ) in this valley . overnight in Assaka village , 4h30 walking . DAY 3 : We begin again our trek all the time up towards Tighza village , we pass by the real fabulous berber castles along our our way , we cross many wonderful berber villages built in traditional way next to a fantastic terraces . The path is quite clear and gentle , we pass once again by beautiful villages such as Timlilt , Angluez , Anemetre , finally Tighza village where we pass third night in guesthouse ; 6hour walking . DAY 4 : We set out after breakfast down the valley of Tighza via many villages . We walk in offroad few minutes then we take trial that leads directly to the mine of salt . After visit of mine ; we continue our way to Telouet region where a very known person built his Kasbah . ( Thami Elglaoui Kasbah ) . 5h30 walking. overnight in guesthouse . DAY 5 : Afterbreakfast , we visit the Kasbah of Thami Elglaoui then we take our road driving back to Marrakech , 3 hour driving .
 
 
 

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Explore the Unexplored Facets of Morocco
Morocco has a myriad of such destinations which can safely be touted as the hidden gems. We at Berber Walk can help you discover the real feel of the country with our extensive itinerary that includes all those places which can actually take you closer to this country.
 
 

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A Luxurious Customized Tour
We at Berber Walk believe in delivering highly professional service which can make your whole experience super comfy, luxurious and exotic. When it comes to customized travel holidays in Morocco, You can fully rely on us for offering you a worthwhile service. While designing a personalized tour, we make sure to consider the predilection of our clients and inculcate it in our plans accordingly. Rest assured with us your Moroccan holiday can be nothing short of the best.
 
 

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A Memorable Hiking Tour
For those who want to get to Morocco for a thrilling hiking tour, Berber Walk definitely is your one stop shop. We offer full package trekking tours, which covers accommodation, food, guides, tents, cuisine and entertainment.
 
 
 

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A Customized Affair
Whether you are looking for a restful vacation or an adventurous one, at Berber Walk, we can design just the perfect itinerary to suit your likes. By availing the service of our private tours in Morocco, you can discover some of the unexplored facets of the country with absolute ease. Rest assured we take care of our clients in the best possible way to help them have an experience of a lifetime.
 
 

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If adventure is what you are looking for in your private tours in Morocco, you must trust Berber Walk. Our full package trekking services includes a myriad of facilities which can fulfill your requirement for adventure with ease. Our trekking tours give an opportunity to explore the variety of Moroccan landscapes and witness the Berber life in Atlas Mountains, which will be one exciting journey to tread on.
 
 

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A Luxurious Trip on Budget
Our luxurious offer for private tours in Morocco is available in an affordable price. We can surely bring you a perfect holiday in this incredible country where culture and beauty reflects flamboyantly. We are extremely particular about the facilities that we provide our clients and make sure there shouldn’t be any compromise in their comfort. There are numerous professionals, who may claim to provide the best private tours in Morocco, but there are a rare few who actually stands true to their commitment and it gives us immense pride to state that Berber Walk is one of the most reliable Morocco tour providers that you can ever find.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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