As we go south to Asni, we’ll run alongside a big stag and mouflon reserve and reach the Ouirgane basin and its salt marsh which stands in an almost alpine landscape. At an altitude of 1000 meters this locality is buried in lush green landscape and is a nice and freshening rest point. This privileged stop is also the starting point of many horse and mule treks to the Berber mountains and typical villages.
We suggest either a hike or mule-trekking with a meal as a paying guest on the way.
Important: This excursion is best done on Berber Souk days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Departure: 8am – return 4pm.