I would unequivocally recommend Trekking Morocco to anyone wishing to see more of what Morocco has to offer.
My wife and I did a one day tour with Ahmed and his team up to Imlil, and it was fantastic. We did a lot of research into the tour operators working in the high Atlas region on price and reputation, and finally decided on Trekking Morocco. Their price is most competitive and we found it good value for money. Others quoting €180 for two people and not budging on price!
We were picked up at 0930 by Ahmed, founder of the company, in his ac jeep and taken first to where a women cooperative make Argan Oil. Very interesting, friendly ladies, no obligation to buy anything but we did. As our journey took us into Berber territory and we wound into the Atlas Mountains we asked to stop a couple of times for pictures and Ahmed welcomed this. Nothing seemed too much trouble. Customer happiness was his number one priority.
In Imlil we met our tour guide Rashid. What a legend. Great English speaking and very knowledgable. At this point we were asked how we would like to spend the day - how long trekking, with or without a mule? We decided for 2/3 hours trek with a mule to take the pressure off when we were feeling the burn! Lalu the mule and Ibrahim did a fine job too.
The scenery is epic. The Berber people the nicest we have met in Morocco. Everywhere clean. Weather sunny but not too hot. 38c in Marrakech, probably 25-28c in the mountains but with a breeze. A must do trip for a Morocco holiday.
Arrived back into Imlil for a tasty locally cooked lunch followed by a bit of a snooze in the late afternoon sun. Again we were then given options for the rest of the day. We decided to visit a non touristy town on the way back to Marrakech. Beautiful, friendly, non pushy people and an opportunity to buy local produce cheaper than Marrakech.
We finally got back to our Riad at 1930 after we'd stopped to buy bus tickets enroute. Again, Ahmed obliging our request.
We had agreed a price on the phone, confirmed with email and one of the nicest things - is that for the whole day, money was not mentioned. We didn't pay for anything other than a souvenir. We stopped for drinks and snacks a number of times and always Ahmed paid. A true gentleman, and he even bought us a couple of keepsakes. He is a very genuine and friendly man, never stops smiling and who is not out to rip you off; but to better his company and reputation by giving you an exceptional experience in Morocco. I won't hesitate in using the company again in the future and wish him and his family all the best.
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