Morocco Walking Holiday
On this trip walk amongst the foothills of the majestic High Atlas mountains and enjoy some time in the ancient city of Marrakech. Stay in a traditional family-run Berber riad in the mountains and spend four days exploring the impressive surrounding mountains and valleys, dotted with fruit orchards, patchwork fields and tiny mountain villages.
Atlas Mountains - A centre-based trek in the highest and most scenic mountain range in North Africa.
Riad - Spend four nights in a traditional riad in the tranquil village of Imlil.
The Berber People - Meet the local Berber people, enjoy their warm hospitality and learn about their traditions.
Marrakech - Explore the Red City with its bustling souks and the vibrant Djemma El Fna Square.
|1||Join tour Marrakech|
|2||Day to explore Marrakech. Optional walking tour of the souks.|
|3||Drive to Imlil. Explore the local villages on foot|
|4||Walk to the holy shrine of Sidi Chamarouch, following the Mizane Valley.|
|5||Walk to Tizi Mzik|
|6||Walk to Ikkis via Tizi-n-Tamaterte|
|7||Drive to Marrakech; free afternoon|
|8||Tour ends Marrakech|
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