Not to keen on climbing Mount Toubkal? Rather want to immerse yourself in Berber culture? It is often believed that Morrocans speak Arabic and Arabic only or perhaps some French. Wrong. In the mountains, most people speak Berber. In fact, roughly 30% of the Morrocan populations speak Berber.
The Atlas Mountains are home to many Berbers, who live in small villages and work the fertile land in the Ourika Valley. Berber Villages Treks are usually short and affordable.
Visit the mesmerizing villages of Tizi Oussem and Id Issa, enjoy the views from the Tizi Mzik Pass and enjoy the trek from Imlil to the Tamsoulte waterfalls. Go easy on your legs and soak up the rich culture of the Berbers.
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