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Valley Tassaout

The High Atlas along the west to east is divided into three parts: The High Atlas Oxidental, Eastern and Central, our hiking will take us from Bouguemez sumptuous valleys, villages and pastoral areas of the Berber tribes. A beautiful getaway in the heart of the Atlas and its traditions.

Day 1: Arrival at Marrakech airport, transfer to hotel.

Day 2: We took a minibus to the valley of Ait Bougemez where we find our meadows team in Tighza 1750, after loading the mules, we headed to the place of our first bivouac tray Tafenfant 2400.

Day 3: After breakfast we go to Ait Hmodou valley, we cross the pass Tazit 3000m, descent to the village of Assif n’Tazit Rouguelt to 1860m. Dinner and overnight in bivouac.

Day 4: We go to the gorges Akka n’Daghour. A panoramic view of the Tassaout winds through, and we reach the valley to the village of Amezri after a few provisions on the shop in the grocery store we leave to the bivouac, which stood lowest Ikiss 2200m

Day 5: We follow the river to the beautiful village of Ichebbaken and Ait Ali Itto, we go after the small valley Megdaz. Our camp is established at the foot of the village at 1900m.

Day 6: We leave the beautiful village of Megdaz, and we reach the pass Tagoukht 2450m and the pass Tiferdzine we cross the pastures to our camp at 2600m Taoudja.

Day 7: Departure after breakfast to the pass Fedghat 2100 m. Meet our minibus and transfer to Marrakech, 5 hours drive, overnight at the hotel.

Day 8: Drive to Essaouira, exploring the transformation of Argan oil, visit the old Mogador Squala with those walls, the city is known for the craftsmanship of junneper. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 9: Morning free with the possibility of taking a hamam or relaxing massage, back to Marrakech after breakfast, dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 10: Transfer to the airport

Valleys Tassaout

10 days: 5 bivouacs.4 hotel nights.

Easy hike.

Luggage transportation: mules

Period: Spring-Summer-Autumn.

Highlights: The Valley Tassaoute, central High Atlas, architecture Megdaz.