The Atlas Mountains extend 2,500km across northwestern Africa, spanning Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, separating the desert from the Mediterrenean in the North and the Atlantic in the West. The Atlas are dotted with Berber villages and riven with canyons and ravines.
Get to spend two days surrounded by the magnificent Atlas Mountains and visit Tacheddirt, the highest permanently occupied Berber village in the whole of North Africa or ascend Mount Toubkal, the highest point of Northern Africa and the Atlas Mountains.
Whatever you do in the Atlas, it will be worth it. Explore the options and join Bookatrekking.com on an enchanting journey to the Higher Atlas.
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