Half day Camel ride, half day hiking in the Atlas Mountains.

Tasty Berber food confortable transportation and private services with expert nouglagable team.

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Short holiday, no enough time to travel to the Sahara Desert and take the Camels through the rolling Sand dunes. With Atlas Trek Guide you don’t need to go that fare. ride the sheap of the Desert and enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the highest peaks of the Toubkal massif and its Berber villages.

You will wish if you could stay longer.

Overview:

Pick up at 09h from your Raid/Hotel in Marrakech towards the heart of the Atlas Mountains passing many small dwellings, and drive along the famous zigzagging road (backdrop of the movie Mission impossible 5) with many photo stops. The local Guide will provide you with more details about the local life and facilitate the integration into the Berber community.

About an hour away from the busy city of Marrakesh you will have a refreshing cup of mint tea before you meet the Camels. The driver will meet you in the arrival place the continue a short drive towards Imlil valley. It possible to visit the local market open On Tuesday and Saturday. Lunch will be served in a strategic location surrounded by lush walnut groves overlooking Mount Toubkal, admir berber villages.

Flexible hike afterwards to explore imlil valley to the waterfalls, you can go higher to a spot with a general view of the area. Then transfer back to Marrakech

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I worked as a tourist Driver, waiter & cook laboratory operator, cosmetic and alimentary products distributor ... for certain time, but being away from guiding made me realize how much I loved teaching clients about my land, my people and life. I started getting into technical mountaineering trips. Since then, I’ve never looked back. Guiding means providing a safe, rewarding experience for my clients, so you’ve gotta enjoy interacting with new people. Really, I’m a learning teacher.” How to Gain Experience: “Most guides I know work for companies so they don’t have to worry about attracting clients or getting public land permits and insurance. In morocco, independent guides have a tough time with those three things, especially in the beginning. start at a company and gain skills, connections, and a reputation. that's what allow me to branch out.