5 Day Berber Villages Trekking in Morocco

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Our 5 Day Berber Villages Trekking in Morocco combining a short trek to the summit of Mt Toubkal (4167m) and the sensory overload of Marrakech. This Mt Toubkal trek is suitable for inexperienced and experienced trekkers alike and although challenging, it is surprisingly, not too strenuous. As you climb, you will start to see the dramatic landscape unfold until you reach the summit of Mt Toubkal and your ultimate reward; panoramic views across the entire Atlas chain, and on clear days you will also be able to see Marrakech, the Sahara Desert, and the Atlantic Coast.  This 5 Day Berber villages trek is ideal for hiking lovers all year-round, our Toubkal Atlas Trekking could be customized to suit your time and budget. Berber Villages Toubkal 5 day hiking.

DEPARTURE TIMEPlease arrive at 7:45 AM for a prompt departure at 8 AM.
A/C Vehicles transfer from/to MarrakeshAccommodations as per itinerary
All meals during the TrekProfessional Mountain’s guide
Multeers and mule servicesOvernight in Camp
All meals and hot drinksCook
Travel insuranceSoft drinks
Your accommodation in MarrakeshGuide and staff Tips

5 Day Berber Villages Trekking in Morocco Highlights:

Duration: 5 Days.

Destination: from Marrakech to Atlas trek.

Best Season: All year-round.

Transportation: Private Vehicle.

Group Size: 1 person, Maximum 30.


  • 24/7 Customer service & instant confirmation for your booking.
  • You can always choose your own program that will meet your expectations.
  • Excursions & Circuits can be shortened, extended, or modified as you wish.
  • Departure everyday Guarantee & recovery of & to your accommodation.


This Marrakech private tour itinerary is only suggested, so if you have different travel plans, ideas, please contact us by email or phone and we organize your custom Marrakech to desert tour.


  • Personnel First-aid Kit.
  • Water bottle.
  • Soft-sided bag.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Towel & all personal toiletries.
  • Good walking boots and socks.
  • Trekking pants.
  • Lightweight waterproof over-trousers / rain-pants.
  • Underwear / Long johns / T-shirts.
  • waterproof jacket.
  • Daysack/backpack.


Day 1: Marrakech –Imi Oughlad –Tizi N’tachte –Tiziane .

Our private driver pick up you from your hotel in Marrakech and we drive up through the Moulay Brahim gorge to arrive at the higher foothills of the High Atlas mountains. We drive up to Imi Oughlad (1450m) with the Jbel Toubkal, at 4167m which the highest peak in North Africa. We continue to Aglzim 3650m and Aksoual.

We meet up with our Berber muleteer crew and you set off up for a 2 hours hike up. We pass by cornfields woods pine to the Tiz n’Tachete (2000 meters), from where we hike back down on the Imlil and Ait Oussaden valleys. Then we hike for half-hour to Imi n’ifri and after a short break, we hike for another 2 and half hours to Assif n’ Ait Oussaden and the village of Tiziane where we spend this night in our bivouac/gite with dinner.


Day 2: Tizziane – Tizi N’taghrhourte – D’knt

Today after breakfast we continue our 5 Days Atlas mountains and Toubkal tour and we now set off on our hike up along the Assif n’ait Oussaden valley, passing through the walnuts groves, up to Tizi n’taghrhourte (1995m ), and through to a rare almost flat stretch to arrive at Assaka spring, where we will stop for our field picnic amidst and awesome silence after some 2 and half hours relatively easy walking .our afternoon’s hike takes us down along the edges of the forest until we reach the Berber village of D’knt (1870m) or Agouns n Assoul where we will have our dinner and spent the in a bivouac/gite.


Day 3: D’knt – Tizi N’tagdalte – Azib N Tamsoult

Today we set off for our morning’s 3 hours hike up through groves of walnut trees, fields of corn, and barley to greet the many sheep and goatherders – and women and children bent over with 20kg loads of faggots and dried herbs. We traverse the Tizi n’tagdalte to the descent amongst the juniper trees till we come to a small spring set amongst the trees, where we will stop for our picnic .once refreshed, we are off down winding tracks of upper slopes for some 3 hours to come to a small river at the beginning of the valley of assif n’ait oussaden. from here we enter the village of Tizi oussem (1850m) then up to the summer village Of Tamsoult for our camp/hut.


Day 4: Âazib Tamsoult -Tizi Aguelzim – Toubkal Refuge

Today our 5 Days Atlas and Toubkal trekking continues after breakfast, we now set out on a moderately difficult hike up winding mule tracks to the Tizi Aguelzim (3550m), thence a further 3 hours to the Toubkal Refuge which marks the spring snowline at 3207m, where we shall have our dinner, in bivouac around the Refuge.


Day 5: Toubkal Refuge – Summit Jbel Toubkal- Sidi Chamharouch – Imlil – Marrakech

Very early breakfast to set out around 6 am, to attain, after a three-hour steep climb, the highest peak in the Maghreb (4167m). The panorama from here is simply stunning. Whenever you are ready, we shall take the Ikkhibi Sud or South Cirque for a straightforward – with your guide – 2 to 3-hour descent back to the Refuge for a picnic.

After lunch We shall now set off towards the north along steeply descending, zigzagging trails of the higher slopes of the Valley of the Assif n’Isouhouanem n’Ouagounss towards the Shrine of Sidi Chamharouch. Set beside a waterfall, There is a pilgrimage ‘marabout’ shrine here, probably the remnant of a pre-Islamic culture, but forbidden to non-Muslims. another 2 hours downhill will allow getting to the village of Imlil from where most of the treks start prior to take the taxi back to Marrakech.

1 review for 5 Day Berber Villages Trekking in Morocco

  1. Ramond

    We were three friends in our tweenties travelling and we loved it. Our guide Hamid was the very best, and so kind. He took us safe and well through the Atlas mountains. We stayed in two different gesthouse on the trip, We had the best time. We changed between walking on a track and the road. The mule carried all the food and we got hot meals for lunch and dinner, and a lot of warm tee.
    Since we travelled in january, it wasn’t that hot, but when the sun shined it warmed. Bring warm clothes for the evening. Remember to wear sunscreen if you easily get burned.

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