Follow the Migration of the Berbers on a Morocco Scenic tour

Follow the Migration of the Berbers on a Morocco Scenic tour

This outstanding Morocco tour supplies a unique opportunity to experience Nomadic Berber life with family members. They make their bi-annual migration with goats and sheep from the lower Dades Valley to the High Atlas Hills. This Morocco tour is made for the extra daring and is graded as Modest, with walking for approx 4-5 hrs daily. However, the pace and distance covered every day will certainly depend on the activity of the herd of livestock, and the course is not set in stone.

The pastoral nomadic Berbers have been making this journey all their lives and greatly understand the location and the most effective routes to take reliant upon the problems. The altitude reached on this Morocco trip is a maximum of 3200m, and accommodation will be camping alongside your Berber family members. The beauty of this experience is that it does not comply with an inflexible travel plan. The trip begins in the Dades Valley and ascends to the marvelous High Atlas, the greatest range of mountains in North Africa, with some optimal over 4000 meters and breathtaking landscapes.

You will trek with tough surfaces on this Sahara tours excursion, going across high passes with stunning scenic sights and passing Berber villages stashed in picturesque valleys. Camping each night in rustic Berber tents, you’ll have time to delight in and relax y our incredible surroundings while a chef prepares delicious conventional Moroccan food for you. Finally, continuing on your progressive ascent from the beautiful Dades to the High Atlas Mountains, you’ll camp for the last night on day 8, signaling completion of this incredible trip, and the Berber family will clear up right into the mountains for the duration of the summer.

Bidding farewell to the Berber household, you’ll head back to Marrakech today, stopping en route at Ouarzazate, which African traders as soon as used as a resting point, on their trip as much as Europe. Ouarzazate has been used as a setup for numerous movies including, Alexander the Great, The Last Lure of Christ, and The Living Daylights.