8 Days
Middle Atlas
Apr – Nov

We don’t program this trek only for its high altitude, rugged terrain, cliffs or mountains cashed but especially for the meeting that it causes with the Berber population (Zayanis). This walk allows us to approach them and live in contact with them, our search for the discovery of Berber heritage also lead us to discover their natural environment: beautiful lakes and gorges twinned with a splendid view of the large cedar forests. A particularly attractive hike in flora and fauna, accessible to any hiker lovers of nature.

PRICES PER PERSON:  From € 445 EUR                   

– Group 1 – 2 person  : On request                     – Group 6 – 10  people   : 510€/person

– Group 3- 5 people    : 690 €/person                – Group 11 – 15 people   : 445 €/person

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION :          Casablanca / Fes


Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket, warm jumper, waterproof jacket,underwear, sunscreen, sunglasses, headtorch, Water bottle, sleeping bag, day pack


Pofessional English-speaking Guide,                  Acommodation : 2 nights in 3* hotel in Casa & Fes

Transfers from and to airport,                               Camping equipment, tents & Mattresses for sleeping,

Transport costs from Casa and return to Fes ,   Kitchen tent cooking equipment and cooker,

All meals (vegetarians welcome),                          Mule handlers and mules to carry everything,


 Meals in Casablanca,   International flights.
Bottled water,                 Travel insurance.
 Personal purchases,      Tips and gratuities .


Day 1: Airport-Casablanca Hotel

 Whatever your arrival time, day or night, a member of our team comes to the Casablanca Airport. Transfer by minibus to the middle class hotel in Casablanca. Free visit of the city


Day 2: Casablanca - Khenifra - Sabraa village

After breakfast and loade your travel bags on your minbus, leave towards Beni Mellal road to Fez, lunch in Khenifra , capital city of the Berber tribes of the Middle Atlas and recently inaugurated the Academy of the Tamazight language and last races then we continue towards our starting point of our hike from the village of Sabraa located 950m above sea level. night in family house. 5 hours drive


Day 3: Sabraa - Tazougakht pass - Azigza village

 Our first day of hiking, we take a little time to put everything in place for a good start, we meet our mule team, loading baggage on mules, our carriers will keep us company while telling us their Berber life proud of it, and their enriching culture, we leave this Mrabtea population to discover other tribes, our direction will be the next big village of Azigza located  after crossing the Tazougaght pass at 1100 m . The mountain landscape and valley is magnificent. Camp. 5H walk


Day 4: Azigza village ( 1250 m )- Tiglmamine ( 1630 m )

We continue our hike in the Zayans country we cross the region of the famous Maestro & king of Ahaidous (famous dance in this region), Mr MOH OUL HOUSSAIN Maestro, making his Ahaidouss dance internationally known art image. We start to cross pastures, green oaks forests where we will undoubtedly opportunity to see wild fauna. This area is a great area of pastures frequented by transhumant in late spring. Our day is pretty nice, cool, sublime nature on a mule trail without difficulty. Camp. 5H walk


Day 5: Tiglmamine( 1650 m ) - Azigza Lake (1300 m)

We are still in the country of ZAYAN, a tribe that is etched in the popular history of Morocco proud and very welcoming, we follow a path through the cedars forest accented old trees, houses some monkeys couple of dozen that we approach, always sheep and pastures, stunning mountain views of Ighoud and the cedar forest, the Atlantic cedars. Night at the lake, wonderful, natural paradise, fishing is allowed with a license (trout and other species). 5 to 6H walk


Day 6: Azigza Lake - Oum Rabia Sources

Azigza is known for its folklore and organizes folk dance tours across the country, we take an easy mule track through the cedar forest, this forest that housed up to the fifties the famous lions of the Atlas and tigers, disappeared into the 70s, this region still celebrating the existence of Sidi Ali shrine. Camp. With 30 mins walk by climbing (cliff) in the afternoon, possibility to see the waterfall and the origin of the sources. 5 hours walk


Day 7: Oum Rabia Sources - Ouiouan Lake - Fes

We leave this very cool spring, a region much visited by Moroccan holiday makers (avoid in summer), we descend to the great Lake Ouiouane, there are several species of fish (fish farming). Sources Oum Rabiaa a legend that our carriers will tell us (40 priests), still gigantic cedar forests, terraced fields, farmers self sufficient for the needs of the poor rather Berber. We leave our mule team in the afternoon and transfer by minibus to Fes ( our return back point ) night at the hotel. 5h walk / 1h30 drive


Day 8: Transfer Return Back - Fes Airport

If your departure time allows, free tour of historic medina and monuments of the Fes city . We wish you a pleasant journey back home and look forward to seeing you again.