Make the most of your time in the Atlas Mountains and combine Mount Toubkal with a visit to the Berber villages. 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 speaks Berber.
The Atlas Mountains are home to many Berbers, who live in small villages and work the fertile land in the Ourika Valley. Combine Mount Toubkal with the Berber Villages and get a better understanding of what life is like in the Atlas mountains.
This is a unique opportunity to get away from the hustle and the bustle of Marrakech and other cities and discover the hidden gems of the Atlas Mountains. Mount Toubkal and the Berbers are looking forward to your visit.
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