Day 1. Marrakech – Imlil – Base camp of Toubkal
Drive from Marrakech to Imlil and trek to Toubkal Refuge by means of Aremd and the Mizane ValleyLeaving the city behind we drive south today, towards the jagged pinnacles and diving valleys of the Toubkal Massif. Intersection the Haouz Plain we go through the modest town of Asni, from where our street starts to move towards the lower regions of the Massif. Beneath us the valley of the Oued Rhirhaia extends into the separation and little towns stick to the sides of the lofty slopes as we wander our way towards the town of Imlil. Here we leave our vehicle and, in the organization of our mountain manage, start our trek, heading along the Mizane Valley, first towards the town of Aremd and after that onto the place of worship of Sidi Chamarouch. Based on a moraine goad neglecting the valley floor, Aremd is the biggest town in the valley and gives a fascinating blend of conventional terraced cultivating, gites and lanes that appear to be for all time gridlocked by goats and dairy cattle. For ages the neighborhood Berber villagers have worked these grounds, creating corn, potatoes and walnuts from the unforgiving scene. Proceeding with east and intersection the surge plain our course takes us along donkey tracks and up into the high rough bluffs over the valley. Intersection the waterway we inevitably go to the peaceful sanctuary of Sidi Chamarouch, which draws in sightseers and travelers alike (albeit just Muslims are permitted to cross the stone extension to visit the marabout place of worship itself). The town sits other than a little waterfall, a muddled group of houses that appear to soften together into an anarchic mass. From here the trail keeps on climbing consistently, winding and crisscrossing its way up to the snowline and the Toukbal Refuge (3206m), our stop for the night. Approx 5hrs strolling.
Day 2.Base camp – Toubkal Summit – Imlil
Trek to summit of Jebel Toubkal(4165m); come back to Imlil Early at the beginning of today we make our endeavor on the summit of Jebel Toukbal, the most elevated top in Northern Africa. Our course takes us up the south cirque, crossing the stream over the asylum and afterward heading crosswise over one of the mountains various scree fields, where we should debatable an apparently unending floor covering of stones and shakes. The strolling is
moderately direct, yet the scree and the height will make the going very troublesome in parts, be that as it may, the perspectives en route make the voyage more than beneficial. Peaking the ridgeline we wind up on the level, from where it is a short stroll to the summit and the vistas out over the encompassing
scene are very stunning. From here there are unlimited perspectives toward each path, from the Marrakesh Plain to the High Atlas in the north and as far south as the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara. Pliny, the immense Roman researcher, once depicted the High Atlas Mountains as “the most breathtaking mountains in all of Africa” and from our vantage point high over the valley it is straightforward why. Remembering our means we at that point return down the mountain and head back towards Imlil – overnight in Dar adrar or comparative
Day3 : Imlil – Dades Valley
You will be gotten from your convenience in Imlil at 9.00am and take off finished the Atlas Mountains, rolling over the staggering Tizi-n-Tichka mountain pass. You’ll go through bunches of Berber towns, and once you’re in the betray, you’ll see riverside desert gardens and fruitless slopes specked with kasbahs (invigorated homes that house families and their animals). En route, you will have the alternative either to take a break and visit the Ouarzazate Film Studios or stop for a climb. When you achieve Dades Gorge, you have the choice of going for a climb, or unwinding at your inn. Overnight in Dades. (Add up to driving time 6hours)
Day4 : Dades Valley – Todra pig out – Merzouga
Breakfast at the inn. Exchange from the Dades Valley to Todra Gorge – a gigantic blame partitioning the High Atlas mountains, ascending 300 meters in a restricted valley with palmeries and Berber towns. Here, you can go for a climb to investigate the palmery, a green desert spring brimming with extensive date palms. After lunch you’ll head promote into the leave to the passage town of Merzouga to get supplies for your betray trip. You will then drive on to a kasbah to get your camel. At dusk, you’ll trek for 90 minutes by camel to a Berber camp where you will appreciate a conventional Moroccan supper, and rest under the stars or in tents at a leave camp. (Add up to driving time 5hours )
Day5 : Merzouga – Ait Benhaddou
Wake to an abandon dawn and afterward come back to the kasbah by camel. You will then have an opportunity to spruce up and appreciate a breakfast. When you are invigorated, you willhead out of the betray for a drive to Ait Benhaddou. This is an antiquated invigorated city containing endless kasbahs and has been the environmental subject of various hollywood motion pictures (The Mummy, Gladiator, Alexander, Lawrence of Arabia…) You will have the opportunity to stroll around the structures and investigate with your guide. You will overnight in a lodging near Ait Benhaddou. (Add up to driving time 5 – 6hours)
Day6 : Ait Benhaddou – Marrakech
Go along the Ounilla Valley to the Telouet Kasbah, a disintegrating kasbah that was at one time a vital stop for brokers. Investigate the Kasbah and afterward after lunch, you will head back finished the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass to Marrakech (Total driving time 4 hours).
Does not include :
Imlil And Merzouga Desert