Outside the towns the rural Morocco unfolds an ever varying and dramatic landscape of majestic mountain ranges and far reaching deserts. The Old Morocco south of the High Atlas is a land of rare beauty and fascination: consider the dramatic gorges of the Dades and Todra rivers, the ancient kasbahs of the Draa valley, the wild desolation of the Jebel Sahro and the vast silent emptiness of the great Sahara. The itineraries here offer possibilities to visit these outstanding areas.
Mount Toubkal Trek
Trek through isolated villages and across high passes to the summit of Mount Toubkal, North Africa's highest peak. This is not a technical climb, so should be within the grasp of any fit and experienced walker.
High Atlas Traverse
A spectacular traverse from the lush and picturesque Ait Bougmez Valley across the spine of the High Atlas to the narrow river gorges of the M'Goun Massif.
This involves a 9-day trek across the Hight Atlas, including a visit to the Dades Valley and the Tiz-n-Tichka Pass.
Sahara 4x4 Safari
A journey across the High Atlas and the wild desolation of the northern Sahara. 4WD vehicles are used to negotiate the rugged off-road pistes with nights spent under canvas.