Located at the South of Marrakech, in the region of the famous Mt. Jebel Toubkal, Djebel Siroua (3305 m) where we going to start our Trekking Siroua comes in a pre-Saharan landscape. It is a massive Precambrian diversified with its majestic Crown, a meadow making pasture for the herds of the nomads. The cultivation of Saffron gave this region favorable reputation amongst an adequate audience.
Arrival to the Red city and 1st night at the Hotel.
Transport to Tamallakoute via the col de Tichka. Dinner in a cottage. 240 km.
We leave the village of Tamallakoute in the direction towards Ait Tiga, crossing several trays, cultivated lands, and hills. Bivouac near the village of Ait Tiga (2000 m) 6h to 7h walk.
Quite early, we can follow the Valley in the middle of the fields. After the rocky villages in Idoughagh and Ait Ighmour, stronghold of their collective attic, we will go through a pass at an altitude of 2700 m then down to the Mdist Assif. Bivouac at the foot of the Jebel Siroua near Azib Oussamer. (2400 m) 5 hours walking.
We will begin with the easy climb to Mt. Siroua (optional). The last rocky peak that crowns the Summit can be reached easily. A top view of the surroundings of the landscape and the sky-penetrating Toubkal. Downwards are the western flank and sources of the Iriri River. Finally a Bivouac in the Iriri village. 8h walking.
After the cliff of Amzdour, the discovery of granitic Chaos to Aziwan. The path crosses wide green pastures dotted with peaks of basalt and lava petrified. Campsite at Aziwan. 2300 m 6: 00.
Descent to the village of Amassine then Taourirte. Night home stay in Tachakouchte. (1800 m)
Transfer to Marrakesh via Tichka and night stay in a hotel.
Also included in the fees
All the Minibus and 4 WDs transfers.
Accommodation (Riads, Hotels, home stay, Bivouacs, Gites) or double room.
3 daily liters of water per person.
An English, French, Arabic, and Berber speaking guide.
Muleteers and mules.
Tents Igloo of 3 places for 2 people.
A kitchen tent and another tent for toilet.
A thick foam mattress per person. The bivouacs at night are usually next to a water point.
Fees do not cover:
Insurance: Every participant must have a personal insurance.
Travel insurance (Cancellation and repatriation).
Access for the visits.
The flight ticket.
Addition to single rooms.
Tips and other beverages (except mineral water and tea).
The mules to ride are available upon request.