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Morocco's Best Secret Hiking Tours

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Marrakech, Morocco

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking, Sightseeing, Walking Tour

  • Price
    $2400 USD per person
  • Duration

    10 to 12

  • Avg Distance


  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)


  • Starting Location

    Casablanca - Marrakech - Ouarzazate

  • Price Includes

    Inclusive Transport to and from Marrakech Qualified English speaking guide Mules to carry the baggage and food Accommodation in 2 to 3* Riads and local house, tent camp or refuge All food during the trek Bottles of mineral water Cook to prepare all meals

  • Notes

    Exclusive - Air fare - Travel insurance - Drinks - Personal needs expenditures - Gratuities - Tips Requirements Our circuits are accessible to all, supported by a team of professionals, all attentive to the privileged link of family-friendly hikes and together activities We selected the best Tours & Excursions from Marrakech with reputable providers and maximum safety. To secure your reservation, we require a 40% deposit which will be debited at the time of your online booking. Balance to be paid 1 month before the arrival. Luggage: mules will carry our luggage, please make sure you bring a soft backpack that is not heavier than 15 kg!


  • ESSENTIAL INFORMATION: We carry your luggage During the walks, hikes and expeditions, your luggage and the camp equipment is taken care of by camel or mule riders. You can keep your personal items or belongings you need for the day such as bottle, camera, sunscreen, etc… But everything else is safe with our team to carry. If you have any questions, feel free to ask before your departure. Physical preparation Our trekking expeditions and hiking, requires good fitness and regular sport. Ideally jogging, long walks or mountain walking one to two months before departure might be an important asset. For those who have a more adventurous pursuit in mind when it comes to trekking in Morocco, taking on the country's tallest mountain, Jebel Toubkal, is a challenge that might be worthy of a try. It is possible to hike to the top of this 13,671-foot mountain, the hike is long and relatively sportive. The best time to make the ascent is summer or fall.
  • Recommended equipment Mountain walking shoes, a backpack of 30 to 35l for each day belongings, a warm sleeping bag, for outerwear: a wind stopper jacket(gore-tex type), sweaters or polar, light walking pants or shorts, towels, sunglasses, hat, cap, scarf, 1 to 2l empty bottle, sunscreen, basic first aid kit. Anything else you think about, such as a torch with extra batteries would be great too. Our Experts Team Our Berber guides all speak several languages including French and English. They have an extensive knowledge of the field, and teams up with the camel and mule drivers, the real "assets" of our shipments. Water Bottles of water will be provided at all meals, and during different stages of the expedition. Of course, as all mindful travelers, you might be aware that Morocco is part of a dry continent, and therefore, that you could all along your travel be cautious to save the precious liquid. Meals During the trekking, meals are prepared by our cooks using fresh out of the souk products, mainly consisting of loads of vegetables salads for lunch and local dishes in the evening such as tagines, couscous, and so... You will select from a seasonally driven menu including lush grazing platter with fresh fruits. We are happy to cater to all dietary requirements and make some gourmet breaks when possible ! All you need to do is choose from among the delicious options, and sipp your fresh sweet mint tea ! For added comfort, meals are served in a tent restaurant.
  • Security - Pharmacy Each participant must comply with prudential regulations and follow the advices given by our guides. At Berbere Expedition & Kasbah Lodge Travel Morocco, we reserve the right to expel a participant whose behavior endangers the safety and well-being of the group. During the trek, a pharmacy first aid kit is available, but this does not exempt you for bringing your personal medications. Itineraries In full observance of safety, and security requirements, and due to inclement weather or force majeure, Berbere Expedition & Kasbah Lodge Travel Morocco reserves the right to modify the route and the chronological order of the program. Environmental compliance It is of utmost importance at all times, that we, as travelers, are responsible for ensuring that the premises and equipment provided are kept clean and tidy. We will carry garbage bags with us to remove trash, burn it when possible, pack out all non-degradable waste, such as cans, bottles, tinfoil, and plastic, and bring back our own litter in Marrakesh. Mosques Except for those that are strictly designated for tourists visits, all Mosques are restricted to Muslims. Dress code In the markets (souks) dress conservatively (shoulders and knees). Revealing clothing will draw undesirable attention. Photography Do not take pictures of Moroccans without asking their permission. In the medina, you will find many will want to be paid to have their picture taken. Gratuity Tips are at your discretion but usually expected in restaurants, and for many services, and your generosity will be greatly appreciated. Moroccan Weather and Climate conditions During the summer months, heading to the highlands to go hiking is a great way to escape the heat, and get some good exercise. During the spring in the mountains, for example, the wildflowers bloom. Morocco is great to travel as the year-round wonderland it is. In Winter and Spring you can head to the desert, among others options, and in Summer and Autumn the climate of the High Atlas, for instance, is comparable to that of the Southern Alps in Europe, but with less moisture at night. It's hot in the bottom of the upper valleys, but we always find the cool shade of a walnut or near a river… While heading to the Middle Atlas you can find great nature walks and all sorts of leisure, guided through the nice and cool areas to visit. And of course, there are the Atlantic Ocean and northern Mediterranean shores and many spots where to experiment the different seasons in the Kingdom of Morocco.

Trip Info

Walking with Berber Nomads in Morocco: October to April

The Jebel Saghro Mountain Range has been sculpted over millions of years by volcanic activity and is situated between the High Atlas Mountains and the Sahara desert. The Saghro Mountains are rarely visited and well-liked for its spectacular views, peaks over 2700m and wild landscapes that also offer excellent winter treks.

7 Days soft Walking point-to-point : 4 to 6 Hours per Day hiking tour.

Private Tour – Choose your own date Arrive daily, Year round.

Day 1: Marrakech – Marrakech
Choose Your Own Dates – Start Any Day – Year Round Welcome to Morocco! Morning arrival at Marrakech Airport. Special welcome at the airport.

Transfer by private vehicle and Welcome Tea, lodging in Luxury Riad or similar in Marrakech and visit of the Medina Remainder of the day at leisure

Day 2
Today we have a long drive over the High Atlas Mountains (6 hours) for a complete contrast to the bustling city life of Marrakech. The road up to the mountains is a real switchback route but very scenic. Eventually we cross the Tizi’n'Tichka which, at 2260m, is the highest road pass in Morocco. We then continue to beautiful southern Morocco and enjoy views of unending palm groves of the Draa Valley. After our journey through pre-Saharan landscapes, we arrive into another desert landscape and our charming camp for the evening near Hamdour Village.

Day 3
After meeting our mules and muleteers this morning, we start our first walk through an impressive maze of canyons created by the rivers, remote villages and oases. As we walk through the Sahro, we are struck by a strange world of lunar landscapes and rocky plateaux and continue to enjoy the sights from our lunch spot in Berkirk Village. We continue north until we arrive at our camp for the evening in the beautiful village of Tajalacht (1450m). 6 hours walking, Alt gain 450m, Alt loss 100m

Day 4
Our destination today is the crest of Foudoud (1900m). We follow a network of trails at the foot of Jebel Tine Wayour and enjoy a picnic lunch at Ighissi Gorges (1625m) before embarking on our easy climb. We enjoy some wonderful views and absorb this inspiring landscape before arriving at our camp for the evening. 6 hours walking, Alt gain 600m, Alt loss 150m

Day 5
We have an exciting walk today up to the summit of Jebel Amlal (2500m) where we will enjoy breathtaking views of the bizarre geological formations of this area as well as the snowclad mountains of the southern High Atlas in the distance. After our gentle climb, we enjoy lunch at the summit and then descend to the grazing pastures at the bottom of the valley and our camp for the night at Almou N’Ourag (2200m). 7 hours walking, Alt gain 750m, Alt loss 550m
Day 6
Our views today are very different as they seem very similar to the Ahaggar Mountains of Algeria, (also known as Hoggar). We climb to Kouaouch Pass (2460m) for splendid views over the entire Sahro Massif and then trek down to the hamlet of Igli, which perfectly sits at the entrance to Afourer Gorges. 6 hours walking, Alt gain 260m, Alt loss 760m

Day 7
As we pass through Taghourt, we discover some wonderful volcanic terrain with strange rocky outcrops before our next stop in Tadaout n’Tiblah, one of the highlights of the trek. From here, we enjoy the best views of Bab n’Ali (1350m), an incredible tall rock pinnacle known as ‘Gates of Ali’. The bizarre surrounding landscape is formed of limestone pinnacles, rocky outcrops and red black volcanic peaks. We continue to our camp for the evening through the small gorges of Ighazzoun (1250m). 6½ hours walking, Alt gain 500m, Alt loss 800m

Day 8
Today we descend through small oases and cultivated fields bordered by almond trees and return to the quaint village of Hamdour, where we meet the vehicles for our transfer (4 hours) to Ouarzazate.

Day 9
We drive back to Marrakech over the High Atlas, admiring the majesty of towering Djebel Toubkal (13,665 feet). by the ancient Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou impressive 11th century site that ‘s now declared as a historical treasure by the UNESCO. A photographer’s wonderland.In Marrakech the afternoon is at leisure, dinner at your Riad.

Day 10: Marrakech |Return Flight Home
After breakfast. Transfer by private vehicle assistance at the Airport and return flight.

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