Marrakech and Saghro’s Trekking


Volcanic massif with beautiful landscapes: gorges, towers and rocky peaks strangely reminiscent of those of Hoggar, waterfalls, oases with almond trees, oleanders, palm trees, fig trees and grain granaries…
The presence of the  nomads and their herds gives a special soul to these mountains.
Nights with locals or in a gite and 1 bivouac in the countryside.
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Tour info

9 days
Group size:
Min 4 Max 16


Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech, transfer to Riad for check-in, and overnight stay.
Day 2: After breakfast, transfer over the Tichka Pass, passing through Berber villages, and various cities including Ouarzazate and Skoura. Lunch in Klaa El Mgouna. Continue to Tagudilt village for the night in a Berber guesthouse.
Day 3: Start the hike on the plateau, climbing up to Azarzim Pass for lunch, then continue to Azib Almou N’Ouarg for dinner and camping.
Day 4: Push to the summit of Jbel Sarho (Kouaouch), enjoy the views, descend to Tassigdelt for lunch, then continue to Igli for camping among almond orchards.
Day 5: Breakfast in Igli, hike through a small gorge to Bab N’Ali for lunch, explore a waterfall, then camp at Bab N’Ali for the night.
Day 6: Follow the river down the valley to Irrezzoun N’ Imlas for a picnic lunch, continue to Asif N’ Irrrezzoun for camping among farms, orchards, and palm trees.
Day 7: Pass through small Berber villages to Handour for lunch and spend the night in a Berber guesthouse.
Day 8: Transfer back to Marrakech, check-in at Riad, explore the Medina, Jamaa El Fna square, souks, and monuments like Koutoubia Mosque and Bahia Palace. Farewell dinner at a local restaurant.
Day 9: After breakfast, transfer to the airport, marking the end of the tour.
This itinerary offers a mix of challenging hiking, breathtaking scenery, and cultural immersion, providing a memorable experience of Morocco’s diverse landscapes and heritage.