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Mountain Siroua Trek - 7 Days

Toubkal region is the most popular area with trekkers :easily accessible from Marrakech, it is an area of stunning scenery, high mountains (including Toubkal, the highest mountain in north Africa at 4167m) and typical Berber villages. The area is criss-crossed by mule tracks that cross high passes and descend into deep valleys, passing summer pastures and terraces of maize, potatoes and other crops and orchards of walnut, apple and cherry. Imlil is the main trailhead for the area.

Price: Available on Request

Activities: Trekking

Altitude Height: 3305m

Destination: Anti Atlas

Duration: 8Days

Level: Moderate to hard

Mode of Travel:Walking

No. of Pax : Minimum 2 pax

Seasons :Winter

Trip Departure: Private date

6Night/ 7Days Mountain Siroua Trek

Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech, immediate transfer to Tamlakout, in the heart of the Anti-Atlas Range, where the night is spent with a local family.

Day 2: We meet up with the mules and leave in the direction of Aït Tigga crossing through a rocky lunar landscape. We set up camp just before Aït Tigga (2000 m). 5 hours walking.

Day 3: We cross Aït Tigga, Idoughagh and Aït Ighmour (2100 m), overshadowed by the Agadirs. We go up the pass (2700 m) and then down to the Assif Mdist. 6 hours 30 mins walking.

Day 4: We are now in the heart of the Siroua mountain system, where streams have cut through rocks, gouging out canyons. The peaks seem to stretch away forever. We set up camp at the foot of Siroua. 6 hours walking.

Day 5: Ascent of Jbel Siroua (3305 m) giving a superb view out over all the Atlas Range. We set up camp here. 6 hours walking.

Day 6: Ascent of Tizi Isdrim (2700 m) and Tizi N'Talat up to Aziouane. We set up camp by huge granite blocks in the middle of the pastures. 
6 hours 30 mins walking.

Day 7: We cross the Amassines to get back to the vehicles and return to the hotel in Marrakech. 
3 hours Driving.

Day 8: Transfer and departure.

Cost Available on Request

COST COVERS: 

·         Transport from and back to Marrakech

·         Accommodation

·         All meals during your trip

·         Experienced & professional Tour Guide

·         Mule for your bags

·         Porters

 

COST DOES NOT COVER:

·         Travel inssurance

·         Personal Clothing/Gears  for the trekking

·         Tipsfor  Nepalese staffs.

·         Soft drinks & Water

Useful info

Map


Essential Equipments:

  • Good walking boots and socks
  • Shoes - change for evenings
  • Water, carried by camel
  • Water bottle or camel back (recommended)
  • Water purification e.g. iodine
  • Day sack/backpack
  • Sleeping bag (3-4 season); plus thermal liner in winter
  • Scarf to wrap around your head in a sandstorm
  • Personal items: towel, sunscreen, wet wipes, loo roll
  • Toiletries that are eco-friendly e.g. soap, shampoo etc.
  • Small First Aid Kit e.g. insect repellent, plasters, meds
  • Sunglasses.
  • Torch/Flashlight and spare batteries e.g. head torch
  • Fleece (summer)
  • Layers, windproof jacket (autumn-spring)
  • Hat for summer and warm beanie for winter plus gloves
  • Thermal underwear (autumn-spring)
  • Penknife (useful)
  • Trail snacks
  • Zip-Up bags for camera etc
  • Long baggy trousers for camel trekking
  • Sarongs have many us
    Meals: You will have the opportunity to enjoy typically Moroccan meals (tajine, couscous,.). Fresh products, canned food as a complement, meat bought in the mountains. Picnic or salads for lunch, hot ready-cooked meals for dinner. 
    We use a big tent to preparing the meals, and a mess tent to eat. The water flows out from the mountains is very pure but you should treat it otherwise to use bottle water instead of water from the sourse .

    Travel inside of morocco: For transfers between Marrakech and the starting or end point of the hike, we use minibuses or four-wheel drive vehicles or taxis depends on size of the group. During the days of the trek , mules or camels carry the luggage. 
    The Tour Prices Depends On Different Factor