ITINERARY DETAILS : Trekking Holiday in Morocco-Jebel Saghro 8 days
Is a landscape rocky camels grazing it’s separated from the Anti-Atlas chain by the Draâ valley to the west and from High Atlas by the Dadès valley to the North, ideal region for tourist tracks between October and may, is the territory of the Ait Atta, who from the 17th and 19th centuries, were the most important Berber trips in southern Morocco, the semi-nomadic people never bowed to the power of the sultans.
Day 1: Arrival at the airport in Marrakech, and transfer to your Hotel in the old Medina
Day 2: Marrakech / Tagdilt (1650m)
Depart from Marrakech towards Tizin’Tichka pass (2260m) enjoing the splendid view of the High Atlas Mountains, arrival to the gate of the desert Ouarzazat then to the Roses valley where we can stop for lunch, then continue our way the the small village Tagdilt, overnight will be in guest house.
Day 3:Tagdilt (1650m) / Amdan’Oughyol (2000m)
In the morning of the next day will start our trekking towards the South of Morocco, wonderful view over the high Atlas Mountain range, continue in the trail through the black stone to reach the camp and spend the night under the stars.
Day 4: Amdan’Oughyol (2000m) / Igli (1700m)
After pick up and take Breakfast then bigning our journey climbing the Kouaouch pass (2500m), from here the landscape change and the desert view dominates, descent to Igli overnight in a comping.
Day 5: Igli (1700m) / Bab n’Ali (2000m)
In the morning at 8am satart take the small gorges leads to Bab -n- Ali site, where two rocky peaks stand as a gate poles overnight in a comp.
Day 7: Bab -n- Ali (2000m) / Handour (1800 m)
leaving Bab-n-Ali through the volcano black rocks. After 3h and half walking, we will reach Assaka village for lunch, then continue down the wild land to get the large village of Handour where we will spend the night in a guest house.
Day 8:after breakfast and pick up our laggage we will be ready for transfert back to Marrakech via Draa valley.
Essential Equipment & Clothing for this Trek:
- Good walking boots and socks / good trainers
- Personnel First aid Kit
- 3 to 4 season sleeping bag ( winter) or light Sleeping bag ( Summer)
- Day sack/backpack
- Head torch / headlamp
- Lightweight waterproof over-trousers / rain-pants
- Water bottle or camel back
- Private car 4×4 or minibus
- English speaking Guide & cook
- Full board on trek + mineral water, coffee and tea
- Muleteers&mules for luggages
- travel insurance
- personal expenses and tips
- entrance fees
NB: can be done in € / $ / £ or MAD.