Duration: 8 days
Maximum number of people: 10
Location: Anti-Atlas Sirwa
Price: Adult: €420,00
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You are booking for 8 Days trekking in the atlas mountains of siroua

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The Jebel Siroua remains a rich and interesting place to visit. The inhabitants of the massive of Siroua are known for weaving and handmade Berber carpets, very famous in Morocco Jbel sirwa alternates landscapes of volcanic rocks, jagged cliffs and valleys carpeted with soft green, walking in Siroua is a wonderfull hike that combines vast arid plateaus and lush Oasis, green pastures and spurs black basalt, rough life and hospitality of the Berber Mountains.
We will collect you from hotel or Riad in Marrakech and drive towards the High Atlas Mountains where our route climbs over the highest vehicle pass in Morocco, the spectacular Tizi N’Tichka Passa t 2262m. we continue to Aguim where we stop for lunch, the refreshed, take the road to Taznaghet, passing through the village of Anzal and on to Tamlakout. We spend the night here in a Berber guest house, and we meeting our team of muleteers. 6 hours drive.
Leaving Tamlakout after breakfast we begin our trek as we ascend to a high plateau with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. We will stop for lunch on this plateau near the hamlet of Tizouad which will allow you to take in the beauty and serenity of these high meadows, then continue to our campsite next to the river and village of Ait Tigga. We are now at a height of about 2005m. Overnight in tents 6 hoiurs of walking.
From our camp we hike to the village of Ait Ighemour, the route taking us over alpine meadows with their dramatic mountain backdrops and where we have lunch. We the hike over a small pass leading to the summer pastures of local shepherds at Aazib N’Mgist where we camping for the night, Overnight in tents. 5 hours of walking.
Leaving our camp at Aazib N’Mgist we climb to the summit of the ancient volcanic cone of Djebel Sirwa 3310m. where we rest a while and have a picnic. This is a serious but rewarding climb offering majestic views over surrounding peaks and an insight into previous violent volcanic activity that split mountains and caused lava flows. If the weather is clear anough you may see the distant outer dunes of the great sahara. Is is nothing if not dramatic and you will feel well rewarded for your efforts. We descend by a different route as we head to Aazib N’Iriri where we spend the night in camp.
Overnight in tents. 7 hours of walking.
Leaving Aazib N’Iriri, we will hike this morning over terrain varying from rocky volcanic rocks and stones to pasture then break for lunch in another memorable location. After lunch we continue to the village of tachakchet, where you have the option to spend the night in Berber guest house or camp. 5 hours of walking.
After breakfast we will leave Tachakechet village and hike to the Berber hamlet of tamazirt where we have lunch. This is a beautiful area of almond and walnut orchards, stands of eucalyptus trees and Berber farms, so enjoy the scenery as we picnic by the river. Our hike continues to Tamlakout village where we spend the last night of our trip in the Berber guest house. 7 hours of walking.
After breakfast in the guest house we say a final farewell to the stark beauty, serious walks, alpine meadows and remote villages of this special region, taking with us just lasting memories, as we rejoin our transport and head back to Marrakech over the mighty Tizi N’Tichka pass we will stop for lunch in the village of tadart in the High Atlas, then drop down to the plains where Marrakech awaits you off at your accommodation.6 hours drive.
2 people : 420 € / person
3 people : 350 € / person
4 or more people : 300 € / person
- Road transfers from / to Marrakech
- Riad or hotel in Marrakech
- All meals during the trek
- 2 night’s accommodation in berber guest house
- Tents and mattresses during the hike
- Mules to carry the baggage and food
- English speaking guide
- The services of a cook
- Flight and back
- Meals in Marrakech
- Drinks and personal thing
- Insurance repatriation
- Tips