Morocco Trekking with MT Toubkal Trek
We are able to suggest Morocco trekking routes to suit your needs based on the number of days you have and the number of group members, from a single traveler to large groups. We will organize one-day treks in Morocco or a multi-day hike either in the High Atlas or a Morocco desert trek in southern Morocco.
Hassan, mountain and desert guide in Morocco, along with his team, will help you discover the spectacular treks in Morocco such as the Toubkal trekking or the M’goun hike, the Saghro massif, Siroua and other Moroccan trekking destinations. Hiking in Morocco with a guide remains a better way to discover the majestic Berber villages in the heart of the High Atlas Mountains, as well as the wonderful Morocco desert trekking.
We also offer Morocco trekking excursions, for a duration of one or two days of trekking, mountain bike excursions, cross-country skiing on the peaks of the Atlas, and imperial cities excursions with bus, minibus or 4*4. For your trekking stays in Morocco. We will be able to offer you inexpensive treks with the best program offers and services at a lower cost within the framework of respect and protection of nature.
This is in order to allow the local population to contribute to their natural well-being. Indeed, hiking in Morocco is an activity surrounded by nature. We suggest you set off to discover another world by taking the time to explore Moroccan nature in the heart of the mountains and the Moroccan desert, single, with family, friends or in a small group as you will understand the destination outside of the beaten track.
Depending on your trip, be it hiking or Morocco trekking, in the High Atlas or the desert of Morocco, suitable means of transport will take you to authentic worlds and unforgettable landscapes to meet Moroccan nature. For travel to remain an unforgettable experience and continue to introduce us to strong emotions, travelers must not forget that these extraordinary spaces are very fragile ecological environments.
Traces of destruction a trekker may leave behind can dangerously damage it, because the decomposition time of organic matter, especially in steep regions, is extremely long. Vegetation, as well as water sources, must not be contaminated so that men and animals can continue to drink or feed there, so we always ask to minimize the negative impacts on the natural socio-cultural environment, and to raise awareness among both local populations and tourists about the protection of nature and culture.
All the advantages that we manage to obtain from our partners aim to offer you the most beautiful hiking trips in Morocco and at the lowest cost, whether it is high atlas hiking or desert Morocco trekking, its advantages are the fruit of our experience and your loyalty. However, we always respect the remuneration of the local population to maintain their standard of living and to ensure that the quality of services is preserved.
We organize all Morocco trekking stays in summer trek on the Moroccan High Atlas and in winter on the Moroccan south such as in Moroccan desert trek destinations. Mules and camels carry our luggage, as these animals allowed us to do for around years now to carry out Treks in Morocco. Mules are animals used for our trekking in Morocco High Atlas and camels remain the best animals used for hiking and trekking in the southern Moroccan desert.
The Morocco trekking trip is also the school of tolerance. It is necessary to respect certain customs which may surprise you, just as some of our habits could surprise our guests. The right way to behave is to accept and comply with local customs, not to criticize, judge, or to enter certain religious places without having been invited.
During your Morocco Trekking, we explain all these values to you and give you the keys that will allow you to better understand the customs, traditions and way of life for these people. The southern Moroccan desert is very famous for its valleys, particularly the Draa valley. The latter is known for its Kasbahs built of earth well mixed with very fine straw.
The waters of Oued Drâa are used to irrigate immense palm groves and different crops. A trek in the Moroccan desert allows you to discover the natural and cultural riches of the Berber villages of this region. Below Draa is the town of M’hamid El Ghizlane; the starting point for many Moroccan desert hikes and excursions, particularly to the dunes of Erg Chegaga and Erg Lihoudi.