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Trekking Morocco Mountains

Marrakech, Morocco
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About Trekking Morocco Mountains
Come and experience the splendor of Morocco for yourself. We will take you to the greatest & most beautiful areas in Morocco Type: Nature & Parks in Marrakech, hiking & camping tours, One Day Camel Trek or Excusrion, Desert Expeditions Activities: hiking & camping tours, Hiking, bike tours, Mountaineering, Deset Expeditions, 4WD WD, ATV & off-road tours , Other Activities, Outdoor Activities, Attractions, Nature & Parks in Marrakech
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The valleys are home to tiny hamlets and villages of the ethnic Berbers, a herding and farming community. 

Visit their homes and interact with them to know more about their traditions and customs. See their terraced fields of corn and barley and get a glimpse of their day to day living. ...

Great four day through atlas morocco berber villages and through high atlas mountains valleys …

Overnight at the berber villages guest house.Sightseeing tour of azzaden valley, imlil valley, Dkent Valley High Atlas Waterfall and High Atlas Peaks.
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Ina S wrote a review Mar 2020
Berlin, Germany55 contributions18 helpful votes
Unfortunately, we have to leave an unfavorable review. We did the "challenge day hike", which is advertised on the homepage as a full day hike with 8 hours of walking. We had quite some email communication with Omar from Trekking Morocco Mountains before the trek where we emphasized that we are really looking for a long and full day hike. He confirmed that this is a long trek with around 6-7 hours of walking (which was already less then advertised online, but still ok for us). However, the information provided on the "challenge day hike" is fraudulent. This is a short 4,5 hours hike and really not more! We started hiking at 10 and finished the hike at 15.30 including the 1 hour lunch. The trek itself is beautiful, but advertising this as a long full day trek and charging quite a lot of money for this is clearly not correct!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Nina R wrote a review Nov 2019
Bonnybridge, Scotland, United Kingdom5 contributions4 helpful votes
Absolutely incredible 5 days trekking with our very knowledgeable guide Abdou and our muleteer lasson. Abdou was an absolute star for the whole 5 days. He tailored the trek accordingly to the weather and our ability. He was professional, friendly and funny and he showed us some of his favourite places along the way. We climbed mount toubkal which was a real highlight but the route that we took to get there was also a highlight as we traversed through different valleys and over high mountain cols to aid our acclimatisation. We felt like we had the mountains to ourselves at times. We met some wonderful people and our Atlas trip will be in our memories for ever. Thank you Abdou .
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Cederic Van Renterghem wrote a review Nov 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
We did the Challenge Day Hike with Trekking Morocco Mountains. In the morning, the driver conveniently picked us up at our Riad and drove us to Imlil (1h30). There we started our hike with Lahcen, a local mountain guide from Imlil, who accompanied us the whole day and gave us a great insight into berber life and the Atlas Mountains. He was very knowledgeable and it was a pleasure spending the day with him. We also had a nice lunch in a berber village halfway our hike. After a full day of hiking we were picked up by the same driver and he took us back to Marrakech. The driver was also a lovely person who made our drive as enjoyable as possible. We booked the tour only one day in advance but everything went extremely smooth and they clearly put a lot of care in picking the most skilled and knowledgeable people for their tours. 5-star rating and definitely worth the price!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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IsmShai wrote a review Oct 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
Great company and excellent organisation, very informative with experienced guides, Chef was excellent and overall a fantastic holiday if you like this type of thing. Read on for more details. I am a UK resident, keen on trekking mountains, I Completed Scafel Pike (978m), Snowdon (1085m) & Ben Nevis (1345m). I Needed to take on higher and more challenging peaks. Jebel Toubkal (4167 meters) was a great choice. TIP: Altitude sickness is real, it didn't affect me but my friend vomited 3 times (Luckily on the way down otherwise the trek to the summit would have been cancelled. This was my first time so after a little research I chose this company, they were very informative answered all my relevant questions and kept me updated via email. A taxi with the mountain guide collected us as planned 08.30 from our hotel & took us to Imlil where we sorted our luggage into what we wanted to carry and what we wanted to send with the Mule to the refuge. After some mint tea we set off. Our guide was Mr Abdul Latif and our Chef was Abdullah. They were assigned to us right the way through til the end. TIP: Make sure you have your passports (The police will request them before you start the ascent) and small change to purchase freshly squeezed orange juice along the way. Price of water as at 17/09/2019 was 10 dh for a 1.5litre bottle in Imlil and 15dh at the refuge. You can get snacks and drinks & toilets (hole in the floor squat down-but better then nothing) literally every 90 minutes all the way up to the refuge, Orange juice was 10dh a glass. Lunch at 2.5 hours prepared by our Chef Abdullah. After 5 hours The refuge is a sight for sore eyes, its very basic with wooden bunk beds and overcrowded but warm shower and toilets. Don't expect to sleep as people are always walking in and out etc. and we planned to leave for the summit at 03.30 the following day (To catch the sun rising from the top) TIP: Gloves, head lamp (pitch dark- even with the full moon) and warm clothes are essential, I forgot my gloves so was advised by our guide Abdul Latif to use 2 pairs of socks as a substitute for gloves. Seriously the wind chill hurts. The summit was beautiful, the sunrise was amazing, The wind was freezing and the decent was painful, I fell on my backside 6 times, (the terrain of small stones slipping on the dirt track was challenging). I cant wait to save up and do it again. If you don't feel physically able to do the whole lot, you can ride on a mule between Imlil and the refuge 150dh each mule one way. TIP: The mule walks the same route, cliff edge and its heart stoppingly scary, I'd prefer to walk myself. We spent the 2nd night in a hostel at Imlil, toured the city that was victim to flash flooding 2 weeks earlier (01.09.19) and were dropped back to our hotel in Marrakesh by the guide (Abdul Latif). ENJOY!!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Tomas Jetelina wrote a review Sep 2019
Prague, Czech Republic4 contributions
We did 17km hike around Imlil mountains and it was a great experience thanks to Abdoul, who shared with us many information about local people, habbits and culture but also let us absorb the spirit and relaxing silence of the mountains. Definitelly recomend this tour!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from moroccomountains, Manager at Trekking Morocco Mountains
Responded Oct 2, 2019
Hello Michala, Thank you very much for your positive review. We are pleased that you had this positive experience and welcome you back at any time. Greeting from all of us Best Rergards
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