+212 672-641971 toubkalascentservice@gmail.com
+212 672-641971 toubkalascentservice@gmail.com
0
Price
From€490
Booking Form
Enquiry Form
Full Name*
Email Address*
Travel Date*
People*
Your Enquiry*
* I agree with Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
Please agree to all the terms and conditions before proceeding to the next step
* Please select all required fields to proceed to the next step.

Proceed Booking

Save To Wish List

Adding item to wishlist requires an account

88

Have a Question?

Do not hesitage to give us a call. We are an expert team and we are happy to talk to you.


+212 672-641971

toubkalascentservice@gmail.com

7 Days / 6 Nights

Full Siroua Mountains Hike

0
  • Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
  • Category: Walking & Trekking Tours
  • Difficulty: Medium to Hard
  • Pickup: Marrakech
Trekking in Sirwa Mountains has been popular for years, as it offers both a physical challenge and great nature, but can easily be done without local guides. There are plenty of elements in nature that easily will help you navigate around the area. The nature here is absolutely on the extreme side, as so much else in the Anti Atlas. Most of it is barren, the mountains are often totally different from anything else you have seen before, and the villages have often been formed in close cooperation with nature. The goal of trekking here, and for once there is really just one itinerary, is the Jebel Sirwa at 3,305 metres above sea level. The Jebel Sirwa is an isolated volcanic peak, which is quite possible to climb for even inexperienced mountaineers.

Meeting Point

Marrakech, Morocco

Price Includes

  • Expert, Berber, English-speaking mountain guides
  • Mules and muleteers to carry your luggage
  • Berber Cook
  • All meals on the hike
  • Accommodation over the trek
  • Round-trip Transport between the trek and your accommodation in Marrakech
  • Camping Materiels ( Tents & Mattress) for summer treks.

Price Excludes

  • Travel insurance
  • Alcohol
  • Water and Refreshments
  • Tips and personal expenses
Itinerary

Day 1Marrakech - Taliouine - Akhfamane

After an early transfer from Marrakech we arrive in Taliouine (984m), a main trailhead for treks in the Sirwa massif. Here we load our mules and set off for the first part of the trek, a straightforward and easy walk of about 4 or 5 hours to Akhfamane (1250m) where we spend the night in a Berber house (gite).

(Alternatively we can drive to Akhfamane if we arrive too late from Marrakech).

Day 2 Akhfamane - Mazwad - Ti n’Iddr

Today’s walk takes us along two river valleys and eventually up to our camp site at Ti n’Iddr (1600m) – a total of about 6 hours walking. The area is generally barren with little shade, though we pass through several small typical Berber villages surrounded by terraces.

Day 3Ti n’Iddr - Guilez

This is a more demanding day – about 6 – 7 hours walking – gradually climbing 1000m to Tegragra (2650m) where we camp for the night. It is at times difficult walking and we pass through Atougha, the last village before the summit of Sirwa. Once we have passed Atougha the trail becomes narrow and at times steep,with many zig zags. We pass just below Jebel Guiliz (2905m) before arriving at a large pool where we set up camp.

Day 4Tegraga - Jebel Sirwa summit - Tizgui

After an early start to ensure reaching the summit before the full heat of the day, we set off for the summit of Sirwa (3305m), a ascent of 2 – 3 hours over difficult terrain involving steep climbs, some scrambling and ridge walking. But the views from the summit are breathtaking and well worth the effort. The descent to Tizgui (2200m) where we camp for the night takes about 4 hours.

Day 5Tizgui – Tagouyam – Tizlit

We continue our gradual descent, passing through a number of typical villages on our way down to Tizlit (1700m) near where we set up camp for the night .A total of about 5 hours walking.

Day 6Tizlit – Ifrane – Tinfat

Although this is a long distance – about 20 kms – it is fairly easy going and should take about 6 – 7 hours. We continue our gradual descent passing through terraced fields and small Berber villages to arrive, finally, at Tinfat where we spend the night in a Berber house (gite) or camping.

Day 7Tinfat – Taliouine – Marrakech

From Tinfat we are transported back through Taliouine to Marrakech.

Map

FAQ

What do you need to bring?

For most our tours, this is the following equipment and clothing you will need.

  • Sleeping bags
  • walking boots (shoes)
  • rain jackets
  • fleece
  • warm and light clothes
  • sun screen
  • sun glasses
  • hats
  • camera
  • first aid kit
  • sleepers
  • head torch.

For atlas trekking, look at our FAQ page for a more comprehensive list.

What sort of Experience do your guides have?

All our guides are locals and all registered with Minister of tourisme , they are all certified by the only guide training center in Morocco which is Centre de Formation aux Metiers de Montagne, they all speak English, French, Spanish and German.

How do we make payment?

We require a 30% deposit to secure the booking, and the rest can be paid in person. Payments can be made online while booking (Paypal or Card), via western union, or via bank transfer. Information about online payment and your booking can be found in your dashboard on the top right after logging in.

Your deposit or full payment can be transferred to this bank account:

Full name : NID ALI Hassan

Agence : Attijari WAFA  Bank 
CODE BANQUE :007

CODE VILLE : 475
Account Number : 0010051000302460
CLE RIB : 94

CODE SWIFT : BCMAMAMC
Bank adress: 612, LOT KAIRAOUANE – TAHANAAOUTE

RIB ( IBAN number) : MA 64 007 475 0010051000302460 94

Our Western Union details are as follows:

Full name : NID ALI Hassan
Douar Ait Souka , Imlil

Country : Morocco

Our PayPal address is:

PayPal : toubkalascentservice@gmail.com

The minimum 30% deposit should be paid in either in MAD, Euros or sterlings, or can be paid via a bank transfer at least a week ahead before departure .

More questions?

To find answers to more frequently asked questions, click here.