This phenomenal Morocco tour has an very unusual opportunity to experience Nomadic Berber life with a family, as they make their bi-annual migration using their goats and lamb from the reduced Dades Pit to the High Atlas Mountains.

That Morocco tour is made for the more exciting and is graded as Moderate, with walking throughout approximately 4-5 hours per day. The pace and distance covered daily is likely to be influenced by the motion of the herd of livestock and the Tunisia Tours route isn't occur stone. The pastoral nomadic Berbers have already been making this journey each of their lives and have a great knowledge of the area and the best routes to take influenced by the conditions.

The altitude on reached with this Morocco visit is optimum 3200m and accommodation will be camping along side your Berber family.The elegance of this experience is that it does not follow a rigid itinerary. The journey begins in the Dades Area and ascends to the majestic Large Atlas, which is the highest hill range in North Africa, with a few peaks over 4000 metres and spectacular scenery.

You will trek through robust terrain, with this Morocco tour crossing high moves with magnificent panoramic views and moving Berber villages tucked away in picturesque valleys. Camping each evening in rustic Berber tents, you will have time to flake out and appreciate y our wonderful environments, while a cook prepares tasty traditional Moroccan food for you.

Continuing on your own continuous ascent from the wonderful Dades to the Large Atlas Mountains you'll camp for the final night on day 8 signalling the conclusion of this amazing trek and the Berber family will negotiate in to the hills for the duration of the summer.

Bidding farewell to the Berber family, you'll mind back again to Marrakech nowadays preventing en way at Ouarzazate, which African traders once used as a resting place, on the journey around Europe. Ouarzazate has been applied as an environment for a number of films including, Alexander the Great, The Last Temptation of Christ and The Residing Daylights.

Our next end reaches the amazing Ait Benhaddou, a'prepared town ', found across the former caravan way, between the Sahara and Marrakech. In Marrakech you are able to take pleasure in the ease of a sleep in a traditional riad but no Morocco tour will be total without striking the vibrant souks a day later for a few eleventh hour souvenirs.