Rating in Morocco
$ 675

One Week Mount Toubkal Trek

Trekking  +  walking
Trekking + walking
min $ 675
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Marrakesh, Toubkal
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 675
Duration: 8 days
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This superb Moroccan trekking holiday follows a genuine off the beaten track circuit through the heart of the mighty High Atlas Mountains to the summit of Mount Toubkal. Home to a rich variety of trails, jaw dropping scenery, magnificent passes and fascinating Berber culture, Morocco offers a wonderful diversity of mountains landscapes, culture and food. Heading through the welcoming land of the Berbers, we'll explore picturesque mountain villages, hidden valleys and charming lakes whilst immersed in breath-taking scenery. From Marrakech we join an exciting circuit which heads across the spine of the High Atlas and into the remote and beautiful Tizgui Valley. After waking up beside the turquoise lake of Ifni, we make our way to the Neltner Refuge and join a superb trail to the summit of Mount Toubkal. Here we’re rewarded with a jaw-dropping panorama stretching all the way from the mighty High Atlas to the magnificent Sahara Desert. If you’re looking for a Toubkal trek which follows lesser-known trails and explores Marrakech, then KE’s One Week Toubkal circuit is the perfect choice.
Follow an off the beaten track trekking circuit to the summit of Toubkal
Experience the rich culture and scenery of the mighty High Atlas Mountains
Camp beside the spectacular Lake Ifni and explore the land of the Berbers
Embrace the sights and sounds of Marrakech on a city walking tour
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of KE Adventure Travel
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