TOUBKAL ASCENT AND SAHARA DESERT
A Perfect Combination of Mountain Trekking and Desert Adventures This is one of those ultimate Moroccan adventures where you get to climb the highest North African mountain, explore the Sahara Desert and visit authentic Berber villages and amazing Kasbahs. At 4,167 meters, Mount Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa.
Combined trips: Climb Mount Toubkal and Camp in the Sahara
Climb Mount Toubkal and Camp in the Sahara:
Climb the highest peak in North Africa then head to the Sahara for an overnight camel trek to a Berber camp. Experience the best of Morocco from the highest point in North Africa to the wild scenery of the northern Sahara Desert. Climb Mt. Toubkal (4165m) on a 2 to 7-day trek through the rugged and beautiful Atlas Mountains. The adventure continues with a road trip to the Sahara and a camel trek to a traditional Berber camp. This trip starts and finishes in Marrakech, so save some time to explore the city too! Your hassle-free trip includes
Toubkal Ascent & Zagora Desert
Good express Toubkal Mount ascent trek & Erg Chebbi desert tour, In comparison to Erg Chebbi and Erg Chigaga, Zagora does not offer a real desert experience but is a good choice for family tours with children or anyone with limited time.
Toubkal Trek and Erg Chebbi
The best trip we can recommend to our guests is a combination between two different part of Morocco, Atlas Mountains and Sahara desert So first part which trekking in the Atlas Mountains is an adventure part and the second part which is Camel ride in Erg Chebbi and for fun. The first adventure part includes the Toubkal ascent and the second part experiences for a night at the Berber camp
Toubkal ascent & Sahara Desert
This trip allows to you to climb Jbel Toubkal the highest peak of the High Atlas and Morocco and North Africa with 4 167 m.and visit Erg Chebbi, better known as the dunes of Merzouga, is one of two large ergs of the Sahara in Morocco. The spectacular golden dunes of Erg Chebbi are among the most remarkable of the Sahara.