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Discover the magnificent landscapes of the Sahara and the Atlas Mountains during your trip to Morocco. Exceptional places for an unforgettable trip.
Welcome to southeast Morocco, a unique and magnificent region where the Atlas Mountains gradually give way to the Sahara.
Mountains are everywhere in Morocco, rising to over 4,000 meters and forming the backbone of the country. A trip to the Atlas means discovering one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world. With a length of more than 2,000 km, it begins in Agadir, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, and ends in Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, on the shores of the Mediterranean.
High Atlas, Anti-Atlas, Middle Atlas, Rif, Sagho, Siroua… names that testify to the diversity and extent of Morocco’s mountain ranges. And as many mountains as there are trips and travelers.
An ideal playground for sports enthusiasts who can trek to the most emblematic peaks. Nature lovers will find mountain refuges for relaxing stays. But the mountains also mean outdoor sports. And the Atlas is the ideal place for adventure and adrealine lovers. All year round, you can enjoy a wide range of sporting activities: hiking, ski touring, mountaineering, paragliding, mountain biking…
The Atlas Mountains in Morocco are home to the Berber people. For centuries, they have preserved an ancestral rural world and a unique way of life in protected natural areas. As you head into the mountains and venture into remote corners, you’ll immediately be immersed in this local way of life. In the heart of these high mountains, you’ll find yourself in close contact with the Berber world. As you trek through the Atlas, you’ll come across stone citadels, villages surrounded by terraced fields and the richness of a traditional way of life. Today, you don’t have to sleep in a tent. There are a number of quality inns and guesthouses that offer comfortable stays in the Atlas mountains. So you don’t have to be an experienced hiker to enjoy these beautiful Moroccan mountains.
Beyond the Anti-Atlas and as you lose altitude, the Sahara desert comes into view. Sand and palm trees are increasingly present. As if in the heart of the desert, dunes rise from sun-blackened plateaus and lush green wadis wind their way between mountains. Dirt villages hide their palm groves in the hollows of the valleys. It’s a magnificent desert where nature bursts forth in an enchantment of color. Rugged ochre mountains tower over lush oases. Dark stone plateaus give way to blond dunes that stretch to the south. There are many ways to travel the Moroccan desert. If you’re more the contemplative type and like to enjoy the beauty of things, choose to stay at one of our charming desert camps. If you’re more the athletic type, go camel trekking with your pack or on camel back. If you want to see a variety of beautiful landscapes, a 4×4 with driver awaits you. But don’t miss the Moroccan Sahara: it’s just around the corner and will take you far away!