Azzaden Valley & Berber Villages Trek (2 Days)

(1 customer review)

£110.00 £90.00




Day 1: Marrakech – Tizi M,zik – azib Tamsoult – Tizi oussem

Transfer from Marrakech to Imlil 1740 m, then Trek up to the top of Tizi Mzik (2489m). Descend to azib Tamsoulte summer houses via the Ighouliden waterfalls then go down to Azzaden valley, Tizi oussem village overnight at Berber guest house. 6h30 walking

Day 2: Tizi oussem – Azzaden valley – Tizi Oudid – Agrsiwal – Marrakech

After Breakfast descend to a Berber village of Ait Aissa and return via Tizi Oudite 2200m mountain pass then down to the village of Malat and Agersioual 1600m for lunch, then transfer back to Marrakech. 5h walking


  • Trek grade: medium
  • Group size: Min 2 and Max 15
  • Starts/Finish: Marrakech city
  • Availability : all year round


  • Group 2-3: 90 £ Per person
  • Group 4-6: 85 £ Per person
  • Group 7-10: 80 £ Per person
  • One person: On request

what’s included

  • Private transport to and from marrakech
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • All meals during your 2 days trek + coffee and tea
  • Accomodation in the guest house
  • Mules to carry your bags
  • Mountain guide

what’s not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Drinks
  • Tip

about the Price/Payment

The price quoted is per person and we quote in Euros (€), but you can pay in Sterling (£)/ US Dollars ($)/ Moroccan Dirham.

1 review for Azzaden Valley & Berber Villages Trek (2 Days)

  1. Ben Coleman

    This trip was absolutely fantastic!
    From the moment we got there until the end, we thoroughly enjoyed it. Jamal was easy to get hold of and very helpful. Our guide (Omar) was fantastic, he seemed to know everyone which I suppose is to be expected, Hassan the cook and keeper of the mule (muleteer?) was also amazing – how they prepare food at that height is beyond me!
    Anyone thinking of taking this trip but maybe apprehensive for some reason like me, please don’t be, the guides and Jamal made it perfect and so enjoyable.

    Couple of tips for those doing it:
    1) bring a headlamp – Omar leant us two which meant he didn’t have one – how he managed to navigate from the refuge in the pitch black is astonishing
    2) bring your passport or at least a copy of it / you will need it for the 3 military checkpoints
    3) be relatively fit. I’d consider ourselves generally fit, but the early morning trek to the top isn’t to be underestimated!
    4) plenty of places to buy water/coke/Fanta etc, save the donkeys and buy it up there, so cheap and they can dispose of the rubbish so you don’t have to litter the mountain
    5) take a high resolution camera to take a picture of the stars the morning you make the ascent to the top. I’ve never seen anything so breathtaking in my life – a phone just doesn’t capture the brilliance of it.

    Thanks again to Jamal, Omar and Hassan, it was a trip of a lifetime! We’ll be back for the trip to the desert!

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