Morocco is Trekking Holidays Morocco aims to provide visitors to Morocco a memorable experience when travelling this cultural country.
Trekking Holidays Morocco offers a range of different types of tours. Ranging from full-day tours to multiple days, sightseeing tours, private driving tours, and special events. Search through our tour list and if you can’t find what you are looking for be sure to contact our Specialists…
Morocco in a few words ...
Less than three hours’ flight from France, in the softness of a golden light, far from the hustle and bustle of mass tourism, an authentic Morocco awaits you. From the peaks of the Atlas to the borders of the desert through the wild Atlantic shores, Morocco is a land of predilection for adventure travel in all its forms, with the emphasis on trekking.
The legendary hospitality of the Berbers, the rich and varied culture, the Moroccan art of living and the exceptional natural environment add an unforgettable dimension to the trip. The Berber people, in the Atlas, sedentary or semi-nomadic, will seduce you with the humanist values on which their community is based, the warmth of their hospitality, their traditions and their good manners.
Let their steady steps guide you, and you will have the opportunity to explore the intricacies of their culture. Take time. Sip their famous mint tea with them. Exchange your emotions. Have fun with the children of the happy valley of Aï Bougmez. You will in turn be fascinated by this country which is at the same time contrast and softness. This conviviality won us over 40 years ago when we started our Atlas crossings with you. We make sure that it is present in all our trips!
Located only a few hours by plane from Europe, Morocco captivates and surprises with such a change of scenery. Cultures and traditions are still part of the daily life of Moroccans. You can come to Morocco many times and never have the same stay. This country with diverse attractions, culture, history, beach, sun, gastronomy, shopping, sport, desert, hiking and even skiing attracts more and more tourists every year. The warm welcome of its people is also the success of this destination so close and so far at the same time.
Morocco, a name that evokes palaces surrounded by sumptuous gardens, souks with incredible vitality, where talented artisans compete, gardens with the scent of spices and roses, alleys buzzing with passers-by and painted horses like princesses on fantasia days, places where every evening we meet to cool off and chat …
But it would be a shame to stick to this theatrical setting. What is important in Morocco is what happens behind the scenes. Thus, in a medina, it is by leaving the widest streets that one makes the most improbable encounters: here a shoemaker who is not stingy with anecdotes, there a tinsmith who will show you around his workshop, further on a mama who does his pancakes on a stove in the street, elsewhere kids playing football against the walls, with whom you will exchange a few passes … Architecturally, it is also in the alleys that we find the most beautiful doors, those behind which flourish the most luxurious palaces …
What most people like
Traveling to Morocco is to discover legendary imperial cities with the scent of honey, dates and gazelle horns… The unmissable Marrakech, its souks, its medina and its legendary bustle, the majestic dunes of the erg Chebbi and Foum Tizza which give a first glimpse of the Sahara, the ocher reliefs of the Atlas interspersed with Berber villages and green valleys where sumptuous kasbahs rise in the middle of olive trees and almond trees… No doubt! Morocco is for sure one of our favorite playgrounds.
From the Atlas to the Atlantic coast via the Moroccan Sahara, our hikes and treks in Morocco will allow you to explore the Shereefian kingdom, which will not cease to amaze you with its thousand-year-old culture. The more athletic can even treat themselves to the ascent of Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa.
Our excursions allow you to discover the surroundings of Marrakech on foot or by car: the ourika valley, the Agafay desert, the Imlil valley and the summit of Toubkal, the Ouzoud waterfalls, the kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, the desert in 2 to 3 days is also possible