See Morocco's hinterland when you go


With a landscape that incorporates spectacular mountain ranges, vast desert, a coastline that edges onto the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, and a plethora of unexpected green oases, Morocco is a kingdom worth exploring at a slower pace.

When you go trekking in Morocco you can head out on one of the packaged treks or arrange your own itinerary to fit your personal needs. Whatever your choice, Amazigh guides are on hand to show you the best spots and most exciting places to visit, using knowledge gleaned from a lifetime in the area. Ranging from half-day treks to trips of a week or more, it’s your chance to travel deep into the heart of this beautiful country and explore it in a way that countless others have done across the centuries.

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Wild baby monkey in Morocco, Africa

The National Parks of Morocco

Morocco has one of the most diverse landscapes on earth. While most attention is drawn by the Sahara desert and four mountain ranges, the country also has wetlands, tidal lagoons, deep forests, cultivated farmland and coastal and marine habitats. There are eleven National Parks in Morocco, covering over 7,700 square kilometres between them. These important…

Sarah at front of long trail of competitors in desert

Make 2017 rewarding in Morocco

Are you looking for a real challenge to take on in 2017? If so you’ll find that Morocco offers you the perfect opportunities to achieve something truly remarkable that you’ll remember for the rest of your life. The Marrakech Atlas Etape is one of the newer sportives on the circuit, but has already built up…

Ourika Valley, Atlas Mountains, Morocco

Adventure in the Valleys

It can be very easy to fall into the trap of thinking that, aside from its gorgeous coastline, Morocco is a dry, arid kingdom, with nothing but dusty roads threading between sandy fields and sun-baked cities. In reality however, Morocco is dotted with verdant fields, large wooded areas and sparkling streams. In the south near…


To Toubkal and Back: A Slightly Different Weekend Getaway – Part 2

Getting up early the next morning was no trouble at all – we just wanted to get moving to warm ourselves. By 6:30am we were dressed and eating breakfast, which consisted of breads, jams, and packet coffee (I decided to skip the tea, an unforgivable heresy). Since the sun was not yet up, we had…

Climbing the foothills of Mount Toubkal

To Toubkal and Back: A Slightly Different Weekend Getaway – Part 1

We set out on Thursday afternoon from Rabat on a train bound for Marrakech. We each carried a backpack, a small duffle bag, and the shared vision to climb the tallest peak in North Africa: Mt. Toubkal. At 4,167 metres (13,671 ft.), Toubkal towers over the High Atlas mountain range, situated about an hour’s ride…