Adventure Travel

Posted by ninjagrr
Aug 27 2017

Morocco offers some of the most spectacular and landscapes varied from North Africa, as well as an intriguing and fascinating culture. Its tourism sector has developed impressively over the last few years to try to be at the height of the demands of all kinds of travellers, from those in search of art and history, even those who want luxury and comfort or pure adventure. Morocco offers countless routes and adventure tours that include numerous activities of the most exciting, included hiking through mountains (characterized by tours of several days duration including scaled mountain peaks), mountain biking, climbing of rocks and canoeing, as well as all kinds of aquatic sports that also offer perfect occasions to fish and relax. Many tour local and foreign operators offer tours of well organized adventures that include transportation, equipment and training and even, in some cases, accommodation, food and visits to places of cultural and natural interest. Connect with other leaders such as Jorge Perez here. For his explorations of trekking through mountains can hiring the services of a guide in the main towns or villages of the trekking areas. Some villages have until official guides offices, even if they cannot find one should check credentials and documents of the Guide to ensure that you have received the proper training at the colegio oficial de Tabant guides. They can also seek advice and information from the French Alpine Club, located in the Toubkal National Park, or in several Gites uncover, simple rural houses that serve hot food and offer accommodation to tourists and hikers. Toubkal National Park in in High Atlas is by far the most popular region for climbing and trekking in Morocco. In the Park you will find the highest peak in Morocco, Jbel Toubkal, of 4167 meters of altitude. I also recommend to do a tour of trekking through the Valley of the Ourika, starting at Setti Fatma, as well as a visit to Oukaimeden, where there is an excellent ski station.

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