Tailor made:You can create your own group with a minimum of 6 people, the maximum number is 12. In addition thre will be a leader and appropriate local staff. The minimum age for this holiday is 18. We can arrange for a member of our staff to meet your group to discuss the options
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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
All scenery was superb, summit days being special and rewarding. But the memorable part will be the excellency of our guide Mohammed and his team, and the contact with the Berber way of life. (more)Otto Pereira
The most memorable part of our holiday was walking through the villages and the contact with Barber people. The scenery was also fantastic.
The most memorable part of the holiday was climbing up to Mount Toubkal, the highest point in North Africa at 9.30am as the sun rose and having spectacular views for miles of the plains of Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains in all directions. (more)Amanda Dudman
Excellent. Both Douar Samra and Riad Samsara are wonderful places to stay. We were looked after and the food deserves a special mention. The arrival at Douar Samra in the evening to discover our candle lit room was magical. (more)evin dilber
We had the most wonderful time at douar samra, and the trekking was awesome. The hotel food is grown on site and cooked deliciously! (more)Martin Ross
Sitting on the rooftop listening to Berber life...10/10.
(more)Catherine Harris Hughes
Absolutely brilliant...The hospitality and friendliness of the staff at Kasbah du Toukbal. The stunning views from the dining room. The amazing lunches high on the mountains and relaxing on a mattress after lunch before continuing the trek. Great guide and a schedule tailored completely to our needs. We were looked after so well. (more)James Osborn
Excellent -- would thoroughly recommend it! (more)Faizullah Parkar
Very interesting and mostly enjoyable, it felt good not to be mere spectator tourists, but to feel we were contributing to their environment albeit for a short time. (more)Alison Fowles
Trekking up to the high passes and looking out over the valley with a refreshing mint tea.
Take clothes for all occasions! A sun hat is essential but also warmer clothes and a good raincoat, as once out of the city and at altitude, the weather was more varied.
Yes, we spent a day cleaning up a small town in the High Altas. There was no rubbish collection here and litter was dropped in the street. With the advent of plastics, this means... (more)Rosie Welch
It was a wonderful holiday, the staff, guide, locals and countryside were great. (more)Colin Ingram
Stunning location and great service from all staff involved (more)Shireen Kassam
Excellent....The lunch we were served on our trek to the Trekking Lodge was truly special. A bed (with pillows) was made up in the shade and we were encouraged to remove our boots and have a nap while lunch was being prepared. The food was amazing. (more)Joan Regan
Reaching the peak of Mount Toubka, of course! But equally the lovely new friendships I have made from a great group of people to travel and climb with and the absolutely stunning and spectacular scenery of the High Atlas Mountains.
For the Mount Toubkal climb, I would say GET FIT. Do lots of climbing practice - both ascents and descents and practice with a day pack on your back. Also
bring a camera that can take good photos - the scenery is stunning.
Local... (more)Pam Harris
Leaving in the early morning from the refuge in the dark to climb Mount Toubkal. Walking in a line with headlamps we crossed a small creek and climbed a
steep rise to see the early morning sky and the peak.
Bring a sleeping bag, good hiking shoes and cards. If you want to reduce plastic waste bring a water purifier (pump or ultraviolet light).
The holiday provided employment to local guides, mule drivers, cooks and hostel staff. From... (more)Lorne Beiles