Day 1: Marrakesh – Zagora 8 o’clock departure in a 4×4 from your Marrakesh hotel or riad across the High Atlas Mountains and over the famous Tizi-n-Tichka (2260m) From these mountains, the views over...
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WELCOME TO TOUBKAL ADVENTURES
Trekking is one of the very best things that Morocco has to offer. The soaring peaks of the mountain ranges and the gentler, ancient valleys bring people from all over the world to visit us time and time again. Why not join us for a trekking adventure in the Atlas Mountains? Our visitors include people from the United States, the United Kingdom, France and much, much more.
Our walking and trekking tours take you to remote areas that are off-the-beaten-track and introduce you to our traditional Berber villages and their local, friendly people who are still living their lives in ways that have changed very little over many, many years. Why not come and meet them in their own land?
Our country is beautiful all year round, but if you want to trek in Morocco during the summer, you should head for the High Atlas and join us in an ascent of either Mount Toubkal (4167m Above Sea Level and North Africa's highest peak), or Jebel M'goun (4071m ASL) which is North Africa's second highest. You can even climb both!
In Morocco's winter we can go trekking further south to walk in the Anti-Atlas or the Jebel Saghro ranges. This is a popular option for those new to trekking or looking for a gentle one week holiday which combines the best of rural Morocco and the vibrant city-life of Marrakech.
Whatever season you want to trek the Moroccan wilderness, you can do it with us. We're You can ask us any question you like about an adventure in this beautiful land. We're more than happy to help.
Fill out our contact form or use the telephone link above. You can also see our FAQ for more details about what you need to bring, the difficulty of the treks and any experience you may need. Again, don't be afraid to ask us questions about anything you've read here. Trekking in Morocco is our specialty and we'd love to share it.
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