Morocco hosts the highest mountains & valleys in North Africa, however the Atlas Mountains are a mountain range in Northwest Africa extending about 2400km through Morocco, Algeria & Tunisia.

The highest Peak is Jbel Toubkal at 4167m (13671ft) in south western Morocco, the second is the M'goun at 4071m.

The Atlas Range separates the Mediterranean and Atlantic coastlines from the Sahara Desert. The Mountains are divided into additional and separate ranges such as The Middle Atlas, The High Atlas and The Anti-Atlas, The population of the Atlas Mountains is mainly made up of Berber Tribes.

Our itineraries only cover the Moroccan Mountains at present. We hope to include Algeria and Tunisia as future destinations.

Said on the Summit of Toubkal
Toubkal Massif ( Occidental High Atlas ) 

 

 

Toubkal peak
Sirwa ( Anti Atlas )
Tamatert
Mgoun Massif ( Central High Atlas )
Tachdert
Saghro Massif ( Anti Atlas )
Berber Villages