We will offer all you need to spend an amazing and a memorable holiday that you have never imagined. We are passionate about walking and there is no better way to explore Atlas Mountains, its culture, and see its people, than on foot! Whether you’re travelling in our small guided groups, alone or with friends, our hand picked itineraries ensure you’ll have an amazing trip!
The Jebel Sahro or adrar Saghro is the summit situated at 2712 m above sea level. It is located less than 100 km south of the central High Atlas; overlooking the valley of the Draa and Dades, eastern Anti-Atlas. This small mountain range between the isolated chain Central High Atlas and the vast expanses of the Sahara, is close to the Dades Valley.
The Jebel Sirwa is considered as the link between the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas, Jbel Sirwa or Siroua is a high and dismantled very large volcano from which emerges singularly dykes and pellets of black lava. Sirwa culminates at 3305m. It extends over 350 km2 and consists of both green valleys, stone villages, cliffs, gorges, plateaus and alpine meadows. It offers an impressive view of the vast Sahara
The Jebel Mgoun is located in the central part of the High Atlas. On the administrative point of view it belongs to the province of Ouarzazate. It culminates at 4068 m altitude. The Ighil M'Goun is a popular destination for trekkers even if it does not have the same prestige as the Toubkal. Accidents during its ascent are rare given the relatively low altitude of this mountain and the lack of glacier.
A Sahara Trek , with or without the option of a camel ride, offers tourists the chance to explore the desert, travel along the Old Salt Road and learn something of the history and culture of the desert Nomads and Berbers. For camel treks no riding skills or expertise is required! We offer four Desert Tours, all of which can be adapted to suit your needs, time available and interests.