Camping Trek of Toubkal & Ifni Lake 12 Days
Berber Villages Treks
Atlas Mountains Trekking from Ourika to Imlil Valley : Regardless of its relative proximity, each of the valleys differs the other. Due to the subsoil consisting of minerals and totally different compounds; they’re of significant colors and soil, which subsequently affect the character of the human dwellings.
Berbers or Imazighen are an ethnic group mostly concentrated in North Africa, specifically Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, the Canary Islands, and to a lesser extent in Mauritania, northern Mali, and northern Niger. This trek will lead you to discover the hidden side of the Moroccan civilisation.
Tacheddirt (also Tachdirt) is a small village high up (2314m) in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is the highest settlement in the Rhirhaia valley, about 2.5 miles further up than Ikkiss. The village is populated by about 200 or 300 people. It has no road or track, but rather a winding footpath.
Camping Trek of Toubkal & Ifni Lake
I propose this unique trek, with hiking and alpinism. During two weeks, we discover Atlas, Toubkal massif and its beautiful remote, wild valleys.
A magical moment favored by the extraordinary hospitality of the Berber people and the opportunity to make some easy ascents over 4000 m.
Itinerary Day per Day
Marrakech – Oukaimeden (2650 m) – Timichi (1900 m)
We leave from Marrakech early in the morning. Transfer to the Ourika valley. We meet our mule drivers team at Oukaimeden, and we start hiking. This first stage starts with the ascent through the sheepfolds to the Tizin’Ouattar pass (3000 m). A beautiful descent takes us to Timichi.
Around 5 hs walking.
Overnight in cottage.
- Mountain guide
- Muleteers and mules for luggages
- Full board on trek + mineral water, coffee and tea
- Accommodation at Camping sites
- Transport from/back to Marrakech
- Travel insurance.
- Soft/alcoholic drinks
- Tips and personal expanses