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TOUBKAL TREKS

Jbel Toubkal (4167m) Jbel Toubkal is the highest point of the High Atlas , Morocco and North Africa with 4167 m. It is located 65 km south of Marrakech, in the Province of Al Haouz, inside the national park that bears its name.

SAGHRO TREKS

The Jebel Sahro or adrar Saghro is the summit situated at 2712 m above sea level. It is located less than 100 km south of the central High Atlas; overlooking the valley of the Draa and Dades, eastern Anti-Atlas. This small mountain range between the isolated chain Central High Atlas and the vast expanses of the Sahara, is close to the Dades Valley.



SIRWA TREKS

The Jebel Sirwa is considered as the link between the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas, Jbel Sirwa or Siroua is a high and dismantled very large volcano from which emerges singularly dykes and pellets of black lava. Sirwa culminates at 3305m. It extends over 350 km2 and consists of both green valleys, stone villages, cliffs, gorges, plateaus and alpine meadows. It offers an impressive view of the vast Sahara

MGOUN TREKS

The Jebel Mgoun is located in the central part of the High Atlas. On the administrative point of view it belongs to the province of Ouarzazate. It culminates at 4068 m altitude. The Ighil M'Goun is a popular destination for trekkers even if it does not have the same prestige as the Toubkal. Accidents during its ascent are rare given the relatively low altitude of this mountain and the lack of glacier.

SAHARA TREKS

A Sahara Trek , with or without the option of a camel ride, offers tourists the chance to explore the desert, travel along the Old Salt Road and learn something of the history and culture of the desert Nomads and Berbers. For camel treks no riding skills or expertise is required! We offer four Desert Tours, all of which can be adapted to suit your needs, time available and interests.

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TOUBKAL TREKKING - Adventure Tours

toubkal summit in winetrWe will offer all you need to spend an amazing and a memorable holiday that you have never imagined. We are passionate about walking and there is no better way to explore Atlas Mountains, its culture, and see its people, than on foot! Whether you’re travelling in our small guided groups, alone or with friends, our hand picked itineraries ensure you’ll have an amazing trip! Trekking in Morocco with us!
 

HIGH ATLAS MOUNTAINS

Berber village & atlas mountainsTrekking Atlas Mountains , the high atlas is the north africa's greastest mountain range, holds some of the fascinating and most magnificent regions of Morocco.. These huge mountains offer very impressive mountain biking trails, trekking trails and photography opportunities. These mountains are the highest in the region, with Mount Toubkal stretching to 4.165 meters above sea level. It is divided into three parts: the Middle Atlas (north of Beni Mellal), the Anti-Atlas (south of Marrakech to Tafilalet) and the High Atlas Mountains between Marrakech and Ouarzazate. The Atlas Mountains has walks to suit all abilities, but mules and horses are also available in the villages if riding suits you better than trekking. The Berber villages in the Atlas are small but thriving and are home to the original people of Morocco who are enduring, hospitable and very friendly people. The villages offer stylish Moroccan accommodation in the local traditional houses and there are official guides available.

sahara moroccoThe Moroccan Sahara is mainly made up of a big rocky plain, which runs from the feet of the Atlantis on the North/East almost to the Atlantic coast, south of Agadir. In Morocco, the desert moves smoothly, the Draa Valley or Wadi Ziz strung a string of villages and lush palm groves, before losing in the dunes of the erg (Chebbi or labidia), which lie at the foot highland last relief before Algeria.Even within the desert you can enjoy different landscapes: the dry, thorny plain where jackals and camels live, the Sahara desert: reign of scorpions and snakes or the northern oasis full of bustle and life. The choice is yours.

A trip to the Sahara desert is definitely an experience everyone should do at least once in his life. The beauty of the desert, its contrasts, its colors, its silence, many memories you will never forget. You walk on foot in the desert with camels carrying your luggage and supplies , and a professional guide as well as a cook who prepares delicious food for your everyday. It is a marvellous experience, just give it a try!