A richly cultural walking holiday to the undiscovered Jebel Sirwa in Morocco with time to explore Marrakech
Wild, remote, stunningly beautiful and rich in culture, the Jebel Sirwa offers a rare opportunity to step back in time whilst experiencing a very remote region. Nestled between the High Atlas Mountains and the Anti-Atlas, the extinct volcanic region of the Jebel Sirwa has scenery like nowhere else in Morocco. Home to fields of saffron, flower-filled pastures, stone villages and breath-taking scenery, here you’ll also find the unique Ait Ouaouzguit Berber tribe. This culturally rich walking adventure follow trails which snake through an unknown region as you gain an insight into the tribe’s simple lifestyle. During the holiday you’ll camp close to Azib Tagrara shepherds who's nomadic lifestyle has remained unchanged for centuries. From the south side of the Jebel Sirwa range we hike to the top of Guilliz Peak before making our way through enchanting rock formations and, up to the peak of Jebel Sirwa (3305m). This remarkable region of Morocco combines beautiful landscapes, strong cultures, wonderful walking and time to explore Marrakech.
A genuine small group experience - The Secret of Our Success in Morocco
We are proud to say that this holiday in Morocco is limited to a maximum group size of 12, ensuring we leave only our footprints on the trails whilst enjoying a genuine small group adventure. We've been taking our clients walking, trekking and mountaineering for almost thirty years so we know the ingredients of a good guide and a successful group adventure. Those who are new to trekking in Morocco will take particular comfort in the presence of our experienced Moroccan guides, who we believe are the best in the business.