Toubkal Trek 2 days – Atlas Mountain Trekking
Toubkal Trek 2 Days: Take on this amazing Atlas mountain trekking adventure. And admire the Moroccan landscapes of Tahnaout, Asni, and Imlil Valleys on the way to Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa.
Mount Toubkal, often called Jebel Toubkal, is the highest point in Morocco and the entirety of the continent of North Africa. The Atlas Mountains are its immediate surroundings. Toubkal is a mountain that is situated in the southwestern corner of Morocco, which is a component of the Atlas Mountains range and may be found there. Marrakesh is approximately 60 kilometres to the south of this location. It is the tallest peak, more than 2,000 miles around, so it attracts many tourists who like mountain climbing.
Join our Toubkal trek 2 days from Marrakech, Morocco. It is among the most popular treks in Morocco. During this two-day ascent of Mt. Toubkal, you will explore the Atlas Mountains.
- air-conditioned and comfortable round-trip transportation.
- Professional driver
- Dinner & Breakfast
- Local guide
- Comfortable hostel
- Personal expenses
At 9:00 a.m., your driver will arrive at your lodging (or your specified pick-up spot) to begin the transfer to Imlil. You will drive via the city of Tahnaout, where you may visit an argan oil cooperative and observe how women transform argan nuts into the numerous argan oil items for which Morocco is renowned. The journey will then continue to Asni, where on Saturdays you can see a traditional Berber souk and market.
Stop for a cup of mint tea and meet your guide in Imlil before beginning your tour of the area. Your guide will assist you in determining the duration of your tour (you can pick between one and three hours), and will then lead you to the most renowned and highest town in the Imlil valley.
You will pass waterfalls and the hamlets of Ait Mizan, Targa, and Imoula on your trek. At Tamatert, you will get the opportunity to appreciate the old terraced fields of barley, corn, and vegetables bordered by cherry and walnut trees. Along the walk, your guide will demonstrate important aspects of Berber culture and history. Visit the village of At Souka, and then eat a typical Moroccan supper at the home of a Berber family.
Transfer to Imlil in the morning, where you will meet the mule driver (s). Ascend to Aremd, a lovely hamlet, and then to the nearby refuge. (3100 m). Sidi Chamarouch marabout, higher in the high highlands, with terraced agriculture and irrigation canals. In a shelter for the night
After a good night's sleep, you'll begin the return journey to Taourirt, where you'll meet your vehicle. Once you've arrived to the Moulay Brahim Gorge's main path, there are numerous streams and paths that branch off in every direction. You can learn a lot about camel behavior by spending time here. Your return to Marrakech is scheduled for around 6 p.m.
The highest point in North Africa's ascent is not tough at all. After a cup of tea, a steep valley and a wide ridge lead to the highest point, followed by another climb down. Before heading back to Aremd Valley, you stop for lunch in the refuge. Marrakech is the next stop (arriving late in the evening)