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Morocco Mountains & Deserts Trekking 10 Days Trip

  • 10 Days
  • Max Guests : 20
  • Wifi Available
  • Jan - Nov

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Morocco is a gateway to Africa and a country of dizzying diversity. Here you’ll find epic mountain ranges, ancient cities, sweeping deserts – and warm hospitality.

Morocco is growing as a popular tourist destination, as it’s an incredibly accessible way to experience North African culture on a budget. Located on the north-western edge of the massive African continent, Morocco is just a quick flight from Europe.

Enjoying Morocco starts with nothing more strenuous than its national pastime – people-watching in a street cafe with a coffee or a mint tea. Use the opportunity to plan your next moves – hiking up North Africa’s highest peak, learning to roll couscous, camel trekking in the desert, shopping in the souqs or getting lost in the medina. Between the activities, you can sleep in boutique riads, relax on panoramic terraces and grand squares, and mop up delicately flavoured tajines – before sweating it all out in a restorative hammam. 

Mount Toubkal, mountain peak that is the highest point (4,167 metres) in Morocco and in the Atlas Mountains. The peak is situated 60 km south of Marrakech in the High Atlas (Haut Atlas). Juniper forests covering the mountain’s higher slopes are succeeded by alpine meadows, whereas the lower slopes have been extensively overgrazed.
The peak is the central attraction of Toubkal National Park, an area noted for its winter skiing and summer hiking.
Mount Toubkal is a non-technical summit with its highest peak at 4,167 meters. At the peak awaits views of a dramatic border between land, ocean, and desert.

Immerse yourself in the vivid culture of Morocco and climb the highest peak in North Africa. With breath-taking views of the Atlas Mountains, green valleys, and endearing Berber villages, Mount Toubkal will not disappoint.

Aït Benhaddou is a historic ighrem or ksar (fortified village) along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakesh in Morocco. It is considered a great example of Moroccan earthen clay architecture and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.

Morocco’s cities are some of the most exciting on the continent. Join the centuries-old trail of nomads and traders to their ancient hearts, from the winding medina maze of Fez to the carnivalesque street-theatre of the Djemaa El Fna in Marrakesh. In the rocky deserts medinas are protected by kasbahs, on the coast by thick sea walls. But it’s not just a heritage trip, as Morocco’s cities are forward-facing too, with glitzy new urban design in Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier looking to the future as well as paying homage to their roots.

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Price Includes:

  • Transfers from airport to the Atlas Mountains
  • Private Transport during your Trip (Sahara Desert, Fes, Marrakech)
  • One night at guest house (Basic Accommodation)
  • 2 Nights in Imlil (Comfortable Riad)
  • English, French speaking Berber tour leader
  • One Night at the Refuge (Dorms)
  • Mules to carry your luggage during days of the trek
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Cooking man who prepares all the meals during the trek
  • All meals during your trek (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • One Night in Dades Gorges (Hotel) with dinner & Breakfast
  • One Night in Nomadic Tent with dinner & Breakfast
  • Camel Ride
  • One Night in Midelt (Hotel) with dinner & Breakfast
  • One Night in Fes with (Hotel/Riad) dinner & Breakfast
  • One Night in Marrakech (Hotel /Riad) with dinner & Breakfast

Price Excludes:

  • The international flight tickets
  • Personal expenses and tips;
  • Soft drink (water....)
  • 4 Lunch During your Desert Trip to Fes via Desert (They offer menu that start from 5 euro per person, as you wish)
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Anything not listed in "Price includes".


– Plane ticket reservation: €30


DAY 1 – Arrive in Morocco, Marrakech

Flight to Morocco.
You will be picked up on arrival in Marrakech and taken to your hotel.

Dinner included.
Overnight at hotel on BB

DAY 2 – Marrakech Hotel – Tahnaout – Asni – Imi Oughlad Village 1450m – Tizi Ntacht pass 2000m – Tizi Oussem Village 1750m

Following an early breakfast, start from Marrakech at 8h30 for a pleasant drive south winding our way up through the Moulay Brahim gorge and upper valleys, to arrive at the higher foothills of the western high Atlas Mountains. Our trailhead of imi oughlad (1450m) with the jbel toubkal, at 4167m the highest peak in North Africa, aglzim 3650m and aksoual 38847m, looming before us.
Here we alight from our vehicle and meet up with Berber muleteer crew. 

We set off up in north-westerly direction for a 2hour acclimatisation hike up switchback mule tracks, passing by cornfields woods pine and juniper to the tiz n’tachete (2000m).
We shall stop to look back down on the imlil and ait oussaden valleys before carrying on for another half hour to imi n’ifri and our field picnic.
From then onwards, a slow hike for about 2 and half hours south-west down along a dirt track to assif n’ ait oussaden and the red clay Terraced village of Tizi Oussem (1750m) for  accommodation in local family guest home.

5h walking. Difficulty Level: Moderate 3-4

Lunch and dinner included.
Accommodation: Guest House in a local home family with hot shower (Basic Accommodation)

DAY 3 – Tizi Oussem Village 1750m – Tizi Mzik pass 2479m – Imlil Valley 1740m

Start your day Trek from Tizi Oussem, we go up a Juniper Forest to arrive at M’zik pass. On the pass we will savour a beautiful panorama of the Imlil area.
We descend to lunch spot under the old walnut trees.
After lunch we proceed to the village of Imlil, night in Imlil.

5h walking. Difficulty Level: Moderate 3-4

All meals included.
Accommodation: Comfortable Riad

DAY 4 – Imlil Valley – Chamharouch – Toubkal Refuge

After breakfast, we start our Hike at 9AM to the mountain hut via the shrine Sidi Chamhrouch (2500m) where you will have your picnic lunch prepared in advance by our cook.
After lunch, a short break, we continue towards the refuge (3207m), as the mules walk faster, the muleteers,cook, will overtake us and be waiting for us at the hut or camp
A tasty mint tea upon arrival while you will enjoying the scenic Mountain surrounded the based camp.
The hot shower is available to clean your body and be ready for the next day.

5h walking.Difficulty Level: Moderate 4

All meals included.
Accommodation: Toubkal Refuge (dormitories)

DAY 5 – Toubkal Refuge 3207m – Toubkal Summit 4167m – Imlil Valley 1740m

Wake up early to avoid the sunny way, breakfast around 3.30am. We start the ascent climb at 4.00am. Each one of us may need to pack & carry his own equipment, water, step by step until we get to the point above the hut where we have a short break with nuts, water, oranges etc. 

After 3h/4h walking up the hill, you will be able to see all the high Atlas Mountains like a view from the air, stunning view of the green valleys; Berber villages
A 30min break on the summit allows for taking pictures; enjoy the views before heading down to the hut.
A diversified lunch will be ready for you there.
After lunch you walk downhill towards Imlil by the same route, night in Imlil.

Total 8-9h walking Difficulty Level: Tough 4-5

All meals included.
Accommodation: Comfortable Riad

DAY 6 – Tizi Ntichka pass 2660m – Ait Benhaddou – Roses Valley – Tichka Pass – Dades Valley Gorges

First, we cross the spectacular Tizi n’ Tichka Pass of the High Atlas Mountains. The first stop will be to visit two Kasbahs, Ait Ben Haddou and Kasbah Telouet.
Driving between these two Kasbahs, another quick stop to take a look at the Salt Caves.

After these stops, we will drive onwards passing through many Berber villages, being able to observe the Skoura oasis, Kalaat Mâgouna, groves of spectacular olive trees and barren hillsides that are clustered with Kasbahs and traditional Berber houses.
After lunch (free) we drive further to Valley of the Roses, with beautiful views of the Dades valley also known as the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs.

Overnight Dades Valley in a hotel on half board.

DAY 7 – Dades Valley Gorges – Merzouga – Erg Chebbi – Camel ride – Nomadic Tent

Our destination is Merzouga, along the way we will pass through Tinghir, visiting the local palmeries.
The next big stop will be to visit Todgha Gorge, a walk through the gorge to take in the spectacular canyon.

Afterwards we will drive onwards passing through many Berber Villages, Erfoud (this is a famous area for fossils, we will have a chance to observe the process of cleaning and polishing the fossils and be able to see the finished products) and Tifilalte oasis eventually reaching Camp Erg Chaabi in Merzouga.
We will be met with our guide and camels and have a 1h30 ride to reach the Camp to admire the sun set.

Lunch is free.
Overnight in camp on half board.

DAY 8 – Erg Chebbi – Midelt

After sunrise, a camel trek out of the desert to meet our driver and continue the journey north through the Moroccan countryside to stay in Midelt.

Breakfast and dinner included.
Lunch is free.
Accommodation: Hotel

DAY 9 – Midelt – Ifrane – Fes

Continue today to the ancient and fascinating medina town of Fes, passing through the wooded area of Azrou with its wild monkeys. 
Stay at our Riad in Fes, recommended for its style, location and excellent service.

Breakfast and dinner included.
Lunch is free.
Accommodation: Hotel

DAY 10 – Fes - Departure

Following an early breakfast, a guided visit to Fez medina – It is possible to visit the city after an early breakfast before a transfer to airport if you have the flights in the afternoon or evening.

Quick transfer after breakfast if you have the flight in the morning as you should be there two hours before your flight.

Fez was the capital of Morocco for over four centuries, and it still remains the cultural centre of the country, as well as one of the most important religious centres.
More than any other city in Morocco, the old town seems suspended in time somewhere between the Middle Ages and the modern world.
As well preserved as the traditional architecture are, the traditional crafts practiced here for centuries: this is a rare opportunity to see how many distinctly Moroccan treasures, from fine leather to copper pots, are made.

Private Transfer to Fez Airport, depending on your return flight departure time.

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EUR1120 per person based on 2 people sharing

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The best time to visit Morocco is Autumn (September-November) or early spring (March-April). The weather is warm, but you will avoid the extreme temperatures of the scorching heat and cold nights.

Whatever time of year you choose to visit, there’s something special about Morocco. Yes, it can be super-hot in summer, but what about the coastlines you can cruise and the balmy evenings you can enjoy? Yes, winter in the mountains can deliver almost freezing temperatures, but what about cooler experiences in the Sahara, smaller crowds and cheaper tourist rates? There are a number of important factors to take into consideration when planning your adventure to Morocco and, like a good buffet, you’ll be able to pick the best bits.

When to visit the see the Sahara? Probably autumn (September–November) or early spring (March-early April). With scorching heat in summer and plummeting night-time temperatures in winter, avoiding these extremes will make your desert stay more comfortable. The seasons in between can provide ideal conditions to head out in the arid landscapes, but keep in mind that unexpected sandstorms happen in the desert, especially during April, and they’re not pleasant to get caught in. Whatever time you decide to travel to the Sahara, be sure to pack extra layers to protect your skin and face from the overhead sun and swirling sands. They’ll also help to keep you warm at night, when temperatures can drop significantly, even in the warmer months.

The best time to go on a Mount Toubkal trekking holiday is, for most people, during late spring or early autumn months, when temperatures are not too extreme.
For people new to trekking at high elevations, the best time to climb Mount Toubkal is in the spring months of Apr-May, or the autumn months of Sep-Oct. This way you avoid extremes of hot or cold. Some trekkers relish the challenge of winter climbs, which take place between Oct-Apr using crampons, ice picks and a lot of determination. Treks do take place in summer, too. Of course, the mountains are cooler than the desert plains, but you will still need to be prepared for searing heat on those hills.

If you are trekking during Ramadan, please respect the cultural rules around feasting and fasting and remember that your porters and guides will be doing so. For the next few years Ramadan falls April and May, and then March and April.

June is a popular month for tourism in Morocco. The first of the summer months, it’s a time of year when the kids are out of school, but temperatures are still reasonable in most parts of the country.
In inland cities like Marrakech, the temperature can get as high as 35C during the day, but that’s still a lot cooler than the 40C and up you may find in July and August.

With proper planning, cool clothing, and a handy water bottle, you should find it easy to enjoy your explorations in most areas of the country.

The average daily temperature in Fes and Marrakech ranges from 25C to as high as 35C, although once the sun goes down, things cool off and become much more pleasant. And up in the mountains, days and nights are still quite a bit cooler. In fact, even in June, it is possible to find snow in the High Atlas region of the country.

June marks the beginning of the dry season in Morocco. It is quite normal for most areas to get very little to no rain at all until sometime in September or October. Drought conditions are not uncommon at this time of year. Keep this in mind when traveling, so you don’t become dehydrated during your adventures.

Although it is understood that tourists dress differently from the locals, it is still a good idea to be respectful of the conservative nature of the Moroccan people, most of whom are of the Islamic faith. You are less likely to draw negative attention to yourself if you keep your legs covered to below your knees and keep your shoulders and chest covered, as well. There ARE places where shorts and bathing suits are welcome. But when wandering the local Medina, you will have a much more positive experience if you dress a bit conservatively.



Local currency used in Morocco is Dirham, denoted as MAD or Dhs. It’s preferable when you go out pay in Dirham currency. The Moroccan currency is the Dirham.

On the whole, Morocco is inexpensive by Western standards. Moroccans tend to haggle over prices and accept that others will do the same, especially in the country’s markets, or souks. The cost of certain services — such as guides, car rental, and mechanical services — can also be negotiated. However, in businesses such as restaurants and grocery, hardware, electrical, and fashion stores, prices are generally fixed. In the bigger cities, prices for virtually everything are higher, especially in the main tourist centers of Marrakech, Agadir, Fes, and Casablanca. In addition to this, prices can rise for public transport and in hotels and restaurants over the post-Ramadan feasts of Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha, and again in the main tourist centers over the Easter and Christmas/New Year holiday periods.

As the dirham isn’t traded internationally, there’s no money-changing black market, and exchange rates vary marginally between banks, bureaux de change, and even most hotels. Changing money at a bureau de change is quicker than at banks, although some banks do have dedicated booths just for money exchange.
There is always a problem making change in Morocco, and it’s often difficult to pay with large banknotes. Always be on the lookout for smaller denomination (10 and 20) bank notes and dirham coins, as this will make your life easier during the daily trials of tipping for services and paying for inexpensive everyday goods such as bottled water.


Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Morocco. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Morocco: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.
COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for travel to all regions, both foreign and domestic.

Trip Highlights:

•       Scenic Azzaden Valley

•       4-5 hours walking

•       See 15 Berber villages

•       River gorge & falls

•       View of Rainbow Mountain Colour.

•       Great views over the most of western High Atlas Mountains Berber villages

•       Met the locals and learn about their lifestyle.

•       Berber food.

•       Visit the Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre.

•       Stroll under the Todra Gorge.

•       Camel trekking experience in Erg Chebbi Dunes.

•       Enjoy watching the sunset and the sunrise over the Erg Chebbi Dunes.

•       Cross the high Atlas Mountains by car

•       Discover the remarkably preserved Kasbahs of Ait Ben Haddou and Amrdil.

•       Spend the night at your Sahara Desert camp and enjoy the Sahara local music around the bonfire and under the stars

•       Visit Erfoud’s Fossils Museum.

•       Watch Barbary apes in Middle Atlas Mountains on your way to Fes.

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