You will be collected from your Hotel at 9 am and transported to the Local Village known as Banana Villageyou will meet your Guide and assist with packing up the Camels with your Luggage. We walk along the edge of the Atlantic Mountains heading towards Taghazoute Bay with breathtaking views of the coastline, beautiful scenery rivers, gorges and argan trees with many a goat feasting on the very top branches. We head on up the mountains towards our Camp for the night in Paradise Valley. Our chef will prepare you a roaring fire and a most delicious Traditional Moroccan evening meal to enjoy under the stars.
We begin our day with breakfast and after packing up camp we head along a path that leads us onto a trail to a Berber Village called Awgra , you will see the daily life of traditional Berber folk as they carry out their agricultural daily tasks. We then head towards Imouzzer a small Berber Town that was totally isolated until the 1930s. It is known for its spectacular waterfalls, you might just see a Berber or 2 jumping from the highest rock for a Dirham or 2 ( not for the fainthearted to watch ). After a short stay at Paradise Valley we proceed travelling past an oasis at the foot of the mountains heading towards our next Berber Village of Ait Amerwhere we set up camp for the night and our chef prepares you yet another traditional Moroccan meal.
After breakfast we proceed through the Atlantic Mountains heading for the village of Imouadar where we stop to experience a traditional Berber snack of freshly baked homemade bread with argan oil and honey washed down with Morcoccan mint tea. We then pass through Aourir Village heading to Banana villagewhere our transport will be waiting to return you to your Hotels.
Highlights of the Tour.
Enjoy the traditional domain of the indigenous nomadic people known as The Berbers
Mountains/Gorges/Rivers/Valleys/Traditional Berber Villages/30 km daily Hike
What is included.
Transport to and from your Hotel
All food and beverages
Please bring sun protection and shoes suitable for walking on uneven terrain. The Tour can be subject to change depending on climate conditions.