Marrakesh is famous for its kasbah, colors and strong smell of spices. The square bustles with acrobats, story-tellers, water sellers, dancers, dentists, cobras and musicians. By night everything comes to life. Food stalls open in the square turning it into a huge busy open-air restaurant. Its like going back in time. From each rooftop restaurant you can see the white peaks of the Atlas mountains. Most of the visitors come for the famous Sahara desert, the ancient cities or for a surf on the coast. We take you through the mountains by trekking and rafting. It's the only way to see the pure berber villages. Only a few hours from Europe and you are in a different world. Read more about the Berbers...
When you think of a tour of Morocco, you think quickly to the Sahara, camels, sun and exotic scenery. But have you heard of the Atlas Mountains? Mt Toubkal after Mt Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain (4167m) in North Africa. While white-water enthusiasts have been riding the cataracts of the Atlas Mountains for decades, Morocco’s only just beginning to enter the wide public consciousness as a top rafting and kayaking destination. In winter it is full of snow and summer are formed from the melt water, few large rivers. This bright, blue, icy winds its whitewater below a temperature of up to 30 degrees way through the red-colored mountains. It is an ideal combination of desert and mountainous landscape. Grade 3/4 snow melt river running from March-june each year. This is a multi-day rafting trip that can be between 2-5 days depending on sections used and water levels. A remote and stunning river.
The Ahansal river is surrounded by the M'Goun geopark. The M’Goun geopark, located in the Moroccan central region of Tadla-Azilal, has obtained recently the UNESCO “Global Geopark” label.
"M’Goun Geopark is located in the middle of the Central High Atlas mountains in Morocco. The Central High Atlas is the highest and largest of mountain ranges in the country. The geological heritage of the Geopark includes outstanding mineralogical and paleontological features, like abundant dinosaur trackways of theropods and sauropodes, geomorphologic sites like the Jurassic limestone bridge Pont d’Imin Ifri, or waterfalls, and impressive conglomerate cliffs. There is also ample evidence of human occupation since prehistoric times including rock art and artifacts.. Its rich cultural heritage, bears witness to the centuries-old presence of the Amazigh (Berber) people with typical traditional architecture and granaries."