This stunning Morocco visit offers an unbelievably uncommon chance to encounter Nomadic Berber existence with a family, as they make their semiannual movement with their goats and sheep from the lower Dades Valley to the High Atlas Mountains.
This Morocco visit is intended for the more audacious and is evaluated as Moderate, with strolling during approx 4-5 hours of the day. The speed and distance covered every day will be subject to the development of the group of domesticated animals and the course isn’t unchangeable. The peaceful migrant Berbers have been making this excursion for their entire lives and have a great information on the space and the best courses to take subject to the conditions. The elevation on came to on this Morocco visit is most extreme 3200m and convenience will camp close by your Berber family.
The excellence of this experience is that it doesn’t follow an inflexible agenda. The excursion begins in the Dades Valley and rises to the grand High Atlas, which is the most noteworthy mountain range in North Africa, with a few tops more than 4000 meters and stunning landscape.
You will travel across rough territory, on this 2 days toubkal trek visit crossing steep passes with dynamite all encompassing perspectives and passing Berber towns concealed in beautiful valleys. Setting up camp every night in provincial Berber tents, you’ll have the opportunity to unwind and appreciate y our astonishing environmental factors, while a cook gets ready delectable customary Moroccan nourishment for you.
Forging ahead your steady climb from the excellent Dades to the High Atlas Mountains you’ll camp for the last night on day 8 flagging the finish of this inconceivable journey and the Berber family will sink into the mountains for the term of the late spring.
Saying goodbye to the Berber family, you’ll head back to Marrakech today halting on the way at Ouarzazate, which African merchants once utilized as a resting point, on their excursion up to Europe. Ouarzazate has been utilized as a setting for a few movies including, Alexander the Great, The Last Temptation of Christ and The Living Daylights.
Our subsequent stop is at the amazing Ait Benhaddou, a ‘sustained city’, arranged along the previous band course, between the Sahara and Marrakech. In Marrakech you can appreciate the solace of a bed in a genuine riad however no Morocco visit would be finished without hitting the clamoring souks the following day for some last moment trinkets.