This is a 3 day adventure (and one of our most popular Morocco tours) to the top of the stunning Jebel Toubkal, the highest peak in the Atlas Mountains.
As you climb Mount Toubkal, You’ll get to enjoy some stunning scenery as you trek to the mountain’s summit. The Ighouliden waterfalls and the Azzaden Valley are beautiful parts of the High Atlas and the views from the top are sublime.
Join us with our Berber guides and mules on a true Moroccan adventure!
How To Get There And Get Back
The rip begins with a lot of excitement and fun. The driver will reach your accommodation or park in the nearby area, in case the riad does not have access.
After the sightseeing, you will be dropped off near the riad or hotel. The driver may also call you or the riad to meet, if required.
Food On The Trek
Meals during our Atlas Mountain tours are cooked by the Berber guides and muleteers and the food is fresh and healthy so you have enough energy to climb Mount Toubkal. For example breakfast might be jam, bread and butter, cookies, fruit, juice and coffee or milk.
Lunch may be salad with tomatoes, carrots, lentils, beans, rice or pasta. Sometimes we have fish (sardines, tuna) and seasonal fruit for that added punch to climb Mount Toubkal.
Your dinner could be soup, classic Moroccan tagine, couscous, olives and may include nuts and fruit.
Can my dietary requirements be catered for?
You can let us know about your catering preferences so we can arrange things accordingly. Make sure to share your preferences at the time of booking.
Please remind your guide and cook about your dietary requirements on the first day or before you start to climb Mount Toubkal.
The 3 Day Toubkal Trek is a great way to visit the highest peak in North Africa!
Depart from your accommodation in Imlil, trek to the stunning Azzadene Valley, hike past Tizi n’Mzik at 2450m, the refuge at Azib n’Tansoult and the amazing Ighouliden waterfalls before ascending to the Toubkal Refuge for the night.
Reach the summit of the highest peak in North Africa before returning to Imlil for some well-earned rest.