Easy 8 Days from 560 Euros per person

For those who would like to know the anti- atlas region better, it is necessary to leave Agadir or tiznit.The reason being that 170km from agadir , or a little more than 100km from tiznit, the road leading to tafraout present a succession of unforgettable images dotted with agadires, the previously mentioned collective granaries, the region is typical of southern morocco with its sparse vegetation.This is a landscape out of which rise huge red granite mountains , the outlines of which appear to have been sculptures by the hands of an artist. it is also possible to make out the tiny villages where members of the llalla tribe live. These people base their economy on wheat and barley cultivation and almond gathering. And since this land is rich in almond trees, a very beautiful landscape is created when they in flower. The undulating terrain indicates that we are in the first foothills of the anti-Atlas. It is precisely in a valley between these mountains that tafraout is located at an altitude 1200m, the capital sof the ammeln Berber tribe, which also gives its name to valley .it is said that the ammeln people have a great aptitude for commerce. The scarcity of rain and the sterile land have forced of revenue to meet their economic needs. It’s not difficult, therefore, to find shops opened by the ammeln other cities in morocco and even in other countries their proverbial dedication to business means that open their shops very early and closed them last thing and night. At times, the women spend long seasons alone in tafraout whilst their husbands attend to business thousands of kilometers away. On the return, part of the profits goes to buy or repair their houses, the ochre walls of which blend perfectly with the shades of the natural surrounding.


Day 1: Agadir

Airoport reception and transfer to the hotel per night.

Day 2 : Village Targa-n-touched

A loop to Visit the banana palm grove and olives : freshwater sources.

Day 3: Village of Taghdichte

Targa dimension to a small village Imzi Tagdichte, then gorges and camp above the village of TAGHDICHTE.

Day 4: Ouzrou

Early morning departure to ANAZGARNE TOUCHT N N OUGERD, and descent to the valley and the village Ighil IBLAGHNE then Aguerd n Ouzrou bivouac Ouzrou.

Day 5: Touchte-n-ougerd to Tamza Igzane

In the beautiful village of Passage Tazekka amidst almond Valley has Iftane; Camp at the Foot Jebel LKEST near village ait Iften.

Day 6: Ait iften – Summit Lkest to Ait Talbe

Early morning departure for the ascent and descent of Lkest to the rich village Anerguibeautiful view of the Ammelne valley; bivouac has talbe.

Day 7: Ait Talbe – blow Rock

Continues walking in the beautiful valley of AMELNE Passage by the famous rocks and blue arrival TAFRAOUTE End trek and transfer back to Agadir.

Day 8: Agadir

Transfer to the airport El massaera in Agadir.

  • No. of People Price
  • 2-4 680 euros
  • 5-15 560 euros
  • 1. All food on trek, including plates, cups, utensils.
  • 2. All ground transport required to and from the trek.
  • 3. Services of an English speaking, qualified Local Guide.
  • 4. All Accommodation during the Trek (Berber House & Guest House and Refuge & berber ).
  • 5. Portages (Cook and Mules and Porters ).
  • 6. Hotels or riads with breakfast
Not Included
  • 1. Soft Drinks (Fanta,Coca,water,…)
  • 2. Personal travel insurance .
  • 3. Personal equioments (Sleeping bags,walking shoes ,…)
  • 4. Tip for the guide and cook and driver

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