8 Days Family Trekking Holidays

Family trekking Holidays
8 Days Family Trekking Holidays

8 Days Family Trekking Holidays

Atlas Mountains, Morocco

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8 Days
Atlas Mountains - Morocco
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275 € / per person
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Family Toubkal teen trek

A fabulous Trekking and adventure holidays for families to Morocco combining a challenging ascent of Mount Toubkal while visiting Berber villages through juniper forests to the summit of Jebel Toubkal (4167m), we enjoy majestic views over the Atlas range scenery. We end our trip in Marrakech exploring the souk and the lively Djemaa El Fna.

What's Included

Round-trip Transportation between the trek and your accommodation in Marrakech.
Expert Berber Valleys guide, English-speaking
Berber Cook
All meals on the trek
Accommodation in the Atlas Mountains.
Mules and muleteers to carry your luggage.
Travel insurance.
Soft/alcoholic drinks
Tips and personal expenses

Group Pricing

Participants Number Price
2 peopel 345 € / per person
3 to 6 peopel 295 € / per person
7 to 13 peopel 275 € / per person

Booking Form

From EU 275€ / Per person
No form of payments is required at this step


Day 1: Join Marrakech.

Marrakech is the spiritual heart of Morocco, the cultural melting pot of the Mountain Berber and the desert people of the south, whose eclectic mix of ideas and traditions has resulted in a fascinating clash of color, noise and visual delights that is straight out of the ‘Arabian Nights’.

Day 2: Marrakech Ouirgane – Tiziane (1605m)

After breakfast, we Leave the hectic city behind and drive south towards the craggy peaks and plunging valleys of the Toubkal Massif. Crossing the El Houz Plain we pass through the tiny town of Asni, from where our road begins to climb towards the foothills of the Toubkal valleys. The towering peaks of the High Atlas Mountains are North Africa’s greatest range of Mountains, a wild region, culturally removed from the rest of Morocco, and a barrier between the northern plains and the per-Sahara. This is the land of the fiercely independent Berber, the lords of the Atlas. Whose traditions and ways still hold sway up here in their mountain strongholds far away from the cities below. The Berber present us with a unique view of a way of life lost to the rest of North Africa, where music and dance, even language and religion, are far removed from their Arab neighbors. We reach our trek start point in the Berber hamlet of Tassa Ouirgane and set out with our mountain guide and the team of mules heading along the Azzaden valley and Tagherghourte reserve where the last Barbary sheep of the Atlas are Kept. Lunchtime gives the chance to enjoy Toubkal National Park mountains at Azerfssane. We get to the guesthouse in the afternoon at Tiziane (1605m). Approx walking 4 hours and 1: 30 drive.

Day 3: Tiziane – Tizi Oussem – Aazib Tamsoult – Aguelzim.

After enjoying breakfast, we Continue along the valley, passing through the remote Berber Villages of Tizi Zguaghen, Id Aissa and Tizi N’oussem to Azib Tamsoult which is a grazing hut where the families spend the hot summer months in a higher location with their goats and sheep. As the Toubkal Massif draws nearer this afternoon, we walk through juniper forest to our camp at Azib N’Tizikert in the foothills of Aguelzim. Approx 6 hours walking.

Day 4: Azib N’Tizikert – Tizi N’Aguelzim – Neltner (Refuge 3207m).

This morning we climb up out of the valley over Tizi n’ Aguelzim with stunning views to Tizi Oussem, Asni and the plain of El Haouz. From the highest point of today’s trek, we see Toubkal Summit itself in all its majestic glory before descending to our base camp for our attempt on Toubkal at Neltner (Refuge). Approx 6 to 7 hours walking.

Day 5: Trek to the summit of Djebel Toubkal (4167m). Return to Neltner.

Early this morning we make our attempt on the summit of Jebel Toubkal, the highest peak in Northern Africa(4167m). Our route takes us up the southeast way, crossing numerous scree fields. The way up to the summit is quite straightforward and challenging but the scenery is more than beautiful. Continuing for last minutes till we a come to a plateau where the summit of Toubkal is. After enjoying the incredible views in every direction, we retrace the same down to our camp at Neltner. Approx 5 hours walking.

Day 6: Trek to Imlil 1745m and drive back to Marrakech.free afternoon.

Our final walk this morning takes us down to the small village of Imlil 1745m via Sidi Chamharouch and Armed Where the transport is provided back to Marrakech. The afternoon is free to discover more about Marrakech and to get some souvenirs as well as. Approx 5 hours walking),

Day 7: In Marrakech optional walking tour.

This morning you may like to take an optional walking tour around the souks with a local guide, also visiting the museum and the elegant Koutoubia mosque and tower, reputed to be the most perfect Islamic monument in North Africa. Marrakech is divided into two distinct parts, the Guliz (or modern French-built city), and the Medina (the old city) and you may like to spend your final afternoon independently exploring its maze of narrow streets, filled with the sounds, colors and smells of the exotic, perhaps haggling for some last minute presents, or just sitting in a cafe and watching the street tableaux unfold before you.

Day 8: Tour ends Marrakech.

The tour ends today in Marrakech. Depending on the schedule of your flights, you may be able to spend some additional time exploring the Red City independently and buy the last Moroccan souvenirs.

Additional Informations
About The Trek

Essential Info

Mount Toubkal – Essential Info

At Mount Toubkal, the World we believe in provide our clients with the best services and key to the enjoyment of any holiday in our opinion, it is the balanced and up-to-date information offered by the tour operator. We are confident that the items detailed below when taken in conjunction with a reputable and reliable guidebook will enhance your Trekking experience as well as ensuring you receive the very best service from Mount Toubkal, the World in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.


It is important that our staff in our Mount Toubkal office have experienced the wonder of High Atlas Mountains Trekking and are able to answer many of your important questions.

Mohamed, for example, has trekked in the Toubkal and Berber regions and visited many of the places included on our hiking itineraries has also made it to the top of Jebel Toubkal – many of the photos on our website were taken by him and his traveling companions on his various trips to the region.


All Mount Toubkal guides are fully licensed and are experienced from an early age in the Atlas Mountains areas, and guiding continues to be the heart and soul of who we are. We require that all of our guides undergo extensive safety training before officially joining us a mountain guide /or winter guide, local knowledge and guiding abilities. We believe that a local, licensed guide will offer more insight into the High Atlas region and Berber people as well as enhancing the local economy.

As well as a tip (see below) if you have had a great experience with your guide, you may wish to offer him something of yours that will assist his duties.

Please be guided by your guide’s expert advice on difficult or exposed paths and please respect the prayers of your guide and muleteers – they will usually do this outside of walking times so as not to interrupt your hiking.


Your team of muleteers, along with mules, will vary in number depending upon the size of your group and whether you are camping or staying in guesthouse/refuge but they will all perform the same function which is to provide a full back up service for your hike, cook and prepare meals and set up the evening camp.

The mule team will load up your luggage, food and, if relevant, the camping equipment at the start of each day but will not always walk either at the same time, pace or route as your hiking party. So, it is important that you consider which items you may require to carry yourself in the morning and then again in the afternoon as on some days you may only meet up at lunch-time.

The mules are completely used to carrying the loads and it is not unusual for them to carry in excess of 80 kgs each which is equally balanced in two baskets. The muleteers take great care in both hygiene and presentation of your food and perform wonders with such limited conditions.

We recommend you take your trekking luggage in a large holdall or rucksack which can perhaps be folded up inside your main luggage if you are also traveling around the Atlas Mountains and wish to have the security of your usual suitcase(s). You should also take a suitable daypack which will carry drinking water, camera, hat, raincoat, etc. as you may not be in direct contact with your support team at all times during the day.


In winter, much of the region above 2500m can be snow-covered and hiking in these areas could require the use of crampons and ice axes. High winds and precipitation in whatever form may preclude some routes and this will be discussed before you set out or can be modified at any time with the advice of your guide.


We will maintain our programme of trekking during the holy month of Ramadan but we would ask you to respect your team by allowing them the courtesy of eating an early breakfast (before sunrise) and to avoid, where possible, drinking, smoking and snacking immediately in front of them during the day – they will, of course, prepare the usual lunch though as part of their duties.


It is important to drink lots of water during your hike; water can be purchased in Marrakech before you set off or in Imlil. It is also possible to obtain water from small kiosks in many villages and from the trailhead of Tizi tamatert and at the Tizi Oussem. You will need to carry some of this by yourself but your mules will carry some more. Please, discuss with your guide the water requirements on a regular basis.


Breakfast – tea, coffee, juice, fruit, milk, bread, butter, jam, cheese, porridge,

Picnic lunch – fresh Moroccan salad, cheese, sliced sausage, tinned tuna fish and sardines, bread, fruit, mint tea (pasta, beans, potatoes, and rice can also be included).

Dinner – Soup, Tajine (chicken or mutton with vegetables), spaghetti, couscous (main courses rotate depending on the duration of trek .You are also more likely to get couscous on a Friday), bread, coffee, tea, cake, fruit.

* Vegetarians, vegans and those with special dietary requirements of any kind need to advise at time of reservation.


Naturally, tipping is an entirely personal matter and a little goes a long way in Morocco; however, we are always asked for a little guidance. So, here is what we would consider as fair, amounts refer to your guide, a smaller amount can be given to your muleteer team:

1-3 days hiking –150 DHS per person total

4-7 days hiking – 200 DHS per person total

7 days + hiking – 250 DHS per person total

Of course, you can offer more if you wish; tips are usually held and then passed over during a handshake to avoid any embarrassment or undue attention to the matter.


Whilst, we try to ensure that our descriptions are accurate for most people wishing to undertake hiking in the Atlas Mountains, clearly, there are many different factors that contribute to the difficulty of a particular hike.

These include the length of day, terrain, altitude and weather conditions. Since these factors are necessarily variable, any system of grades can only provide a general indication.

We have tried to make our system as clear as possible but it cannot account for personal abilities or experience.


It is vitally important that you respect the mountain environment; litter, in particular, is damaging the landscape and can injure animals. Please, please, please take all your litter home or drop it off at suitable points.

Mount Toubkal guiding teams are proud guardians of their natural heritage and will ensure that rubbish is collected and either taken out or burned where possible. In fact, our guiding teams have been known to take a few extra minutes to collect and burn the rubbish of groups that were not so environmentally sensitive. Some organic matter can be left as much of it will be eaten by the local goats.


Berber tea house

The Accommodation will be in a Berber guesthouse will be simple and basic but has beds with foam mattresses. The food will be cooked by the Mount Toubkal Expedition cook who is traveling with you.


Camping is an option if preferred (June-Octo).

We provide modern igloo-style tents that sleep two persons each; they are of various sizes so ideally, we would like to be advised in advance if any of your party is particularly tall (6 ft or over). So that, we can provide the most suitable tents for all groups.

Along with the sleeping tents, we also provide one or more large traditional Berber tents for cooking, eating and socializing which make your camp a little bit special.

NB: If accommodation is required in the Atlas Mountains either before or after the trek, we can always book you at our Imlil Refuge or at our Riad Dar Bab Toubkal in Armed village.


Clothing and Equipment

You should dress according to altitude and the environment you will be located in. Most treks are in high altitude climates in remote areas. Therefore, there are often large temperature swings. Temperatures are often colder at high altitudes.

Clothing for Trekking

Trekking boots or lightweight walking shoes. Having comfortable footwear is essential for a good trek. Make sure all footwear is broken in well prior to your trek. Do not break in boots on your trek,

A tracksuit and a pair of track shoes to wear in the Berber tea house and camp at night,

Two pairs of woolen socks for trekking shoes and track shoes,

Warm down jacket and rainproof jacket with hood for protection from rain,

Woolen hat for the cold and sun hat or cap for sunny days

A pair of woolen gloves and a pair sandals to wear in Berber tea houses or camp,

Two cotton T-shirts and two pairs of long shorts/skirts

Woolen shirts and thick sweaters as well as wind and waterproof trousers,

Pair of light or heavyweight trouser and one lightweight long sleeve shirt,

Two pairs of thermal undergarments,

Equipments for Trekking

Trekking or duffle bag to carry trekking gear. Mount Toubkal can provide a duffle bag for you to borrow during your trek. This will be returned after your trek,

Trekking daypack for personal items such as water, snacks, extra layers and camera,

Water purification tablet and bottles,

Sleeping bag,

Travel Pillow,



Lip balm with sunblock in it,

handkerchief or wiping papers,

Money belt,

First-aid kit,

Trekking equipments are available at Imlil Center. Mount-Toubkal can recommend shops for you to purchase equipment. If you do not wish to buy equipment, you can easily hire or rent them for the duration of your trek with reasonable prices.


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