The journey takes us through vibrant Berber settlements, across breathtaking mountain passes, and to the summit of Mount Toubkal at 4,167 metres. A wonderful high peak in North Africa, Mount Toubkal's summit at 4167m can be reached in 6 days.
O que você vai fazer
You will be picked up from your hotel in the city of Marrakech; as many riads lack automotive access, the driver will park nearby and come to retrieve you.
You will be dropped off at the place nearest to your riad/hotel; if required, our driver will contact your riad to arrange a meeting.
Excellent valley trekking boots and socks
Personal F.A.S. Crampons and an ice axe (winter)
Three to four-season winter sleeping bag or lightweight sack ( Summer)
Rain pants/overtrousers that are waterproof
An animal with a camelback or a water buffalo (recommended)
padded case (50-80 litres)
Sunglasses/sunblock Thermocouple Towel and Toiletries
The Berber muleteers prepare the hike's food. The cuisine is both healthful and fresh. Meal examples:
Jam, toast, cookies, fruit, juice, butter, coffee, and milk make up breakfast.
Lunch consists of salad, tomatoes, carrots, lentils, beans, rice or pasta, fish (sardines, tuna), and seasonal fruit.
Soup, customary for supper Moroccan Tajine with couscous, olives, almonds, and fruit
Absolutely. Simply inform us of your catering choices when making your appointment so that we can accommodate any dietary restrictions.
Please also remind your guide and cook on the first day of your trip.
Personal items, cooking gear, and food are carried by mules, leaving you with only a daypack holding all of your essentials.
Note: left luggage or excess baggage can be stored safely in our Imlil storage facility until your return.