Trekking in Style

Five Nights in the Mountains &
Two Nights in Marrakech

Trekking in Style iis a new concept in trekking that allows visitors to stay in luxury accommodation without all of the hardships traditionally associated with trips to this spectacular region. Our Trekking in Style package also provides each couple with their own personal mountain guide who will be on hand for the duration of your stay to help with planning treks. You can choose to walk as little or as much as you like! Combine your visit to the mountains with a stay in the exotic city of Marrakech, the fabled red city, which has been a magnet for travellers for centuries.

For the first part of the trip guests will stay on a full board basis in our luxury accommodation at Kasbah du Toubkal in the trailhead village of Imlil (just 40 miles from Marrakech, but seemingly a thousand miles from the hubbub of the city), and also in our High Atlas Trekking Lodge in the remote Azzaden Valley where peace and tranquility prevail. All trekking is fully supported with a mule and muleteer to carry your luggage whenever required.

The High Atlas Mountains

The High Atlas Mountains, which often dominate the skyline to the south of Marrakech, have always played an important role for the city not least with regard to commerce. Whilst Marrakech is in itself a fascinating city, a whole new experience awaits those who venture south into the mountains.

With several peaks above 4000 metres, the High Atlas is part of a larger chain of mountains that spreads from the Atlantic Coast in the west to the Algerian border in the east. The mountains are home to the indigenous Berber (or Amazigh) people who have inhabited Morocco for at least 5000 years. The Berbers live in small clusters of earthen adobe houses which cling precipitously to mountainsides and are often only accessible by mule or foot.

Our treks take us from the village of Imlil along footpaths and mule tracks which mount through the lush, irrigated terraces, apple orchards and walnut groves to other villages where you will have a glimpse into a way of life that has barely changed for centuries, and where traditional values and hospitality have been largely unaffected by the outside world.


Marrakech is a fascinating city that has long been high on the list of places to visit by the discerning traveller. It comprises the ancient medina and the new town of Guéliz, with its neighbouring suburbs, which play host to modern restaurants, fast-food chains and big brand stores.

Marrakech is built around the 12th century Koutoubia Mosque whose beautiful minaret dominates the skyline and can be seen from almost every approach to the city. Any visit to Marrakech must include a visit to the medina and its colourful souks (marketplace) where you can barter for carpets, leather goods, jewellery, lanterns and spices. Another must-see is the frenetic Jemaa el Fna, the busiest and most famous square in Africa, where snake charmers, storytellers, acrobats, medicine men and musicians compete for your attention.

There are several places to visit including the late Yves Saint Laurent's Majorelle Gardens, the Menara Gardens, the Saadian Tombs, the medieval Medersa Ben Youssef (Koranic university) and the Musée de Marrakech.

Accommodation in Marrakech is on a bed and breakfast basis giving you the opportunity to dine at some of the superb restaurants available in the city.



Day 1.
Private transfer from Marrakech Menara Airport or your accommodation in Marrakech to Imlil (approximately 90 minutes) where you will meet your personal mountain guide and have the opportunity to discuss your preferences for walks and treks. Depending on your arrival time, there will be the option of an introductory walk in the area. Dinner and en-suite accommodation at Kasbah du Toubkal.

Day 2.
A day to relax and enjoy free time in the Imlil area, or a chance to explore the Imlil valley with your personal mountain guide. This can be separate morning and afternoon walks or one full day walk. Alternatively, you may wish to venture further afield to an outlying valley. A picnic lunch will be provided if required or lunch will be served at the Kasbah du Toubkal. Dinner and ensuite accommodation at Kasbah du Toubkal.

Day 3.
A supported trek of 3‐4 hours' duration with guide, mule and muleteer to our remote trekking lodge in the Azzaden Valley, a beautiful setting barely touched by the modern way of life. A picnic lunch en route with dinner and luxury accommodation at Azzaden Trekking Lodge is provided. You may wish to enjoy a relaxing hammam (steam bath) on arrival.

Day 4.
After breakfast, a day to explore the stunning Azzaden Valley with your personal mountain guide. There are several treks of varying lengths to choose from. You may choose a moderate walk amongst the villages of the Azzaden Valley or a taxing 7‐hour circular route passing the Lepiney (Tazaghart) refuge hut and the Tizi n'Tzikert col at 2930 metres, or indeed anything in between. Other options of a similar length include the slightly easier and very beautiful 7‐hour circular walk passing the cols Tizi n’Teouti at 2450 metres and Tizi n'Tougdalt at 2700 metres. A picnic lunch en route will be provided on full day walks, otherwise lunch will be served at the Lodge. Dinner and luxury accommodation at Azzaden Trekking Lodge.

Day 5.
After breakfast, depart Azzaden Trekking Lodge and trek back to Imlil via a route of your choice with your personal mountain guide. A picnic lunch en route will be provided. Dinner and en-suite accommodation at Kasbah du Toubkal.

Day 6.
After breakfast, depart Imlil and return by private transfer to Marrakech where you will check in at your 4* hotel or luxury riad (a traditional Moroccan house with an interior garden or courtyard). Accommodation is on a bed and breakfast basis, giving you the opportunity to dine at some of the superb restaurants that Marrakech offers.

Day 7.
After breakfast the day is free for you to explore the fascinating and vibrant city of Marrakech. Luxury accommodation at your hotel or riad is provided.

Day 8.
After breakfast, depart your hotel or riad by private transfer to Marrakech Menara Airport for your departure.

Trip reference: DLDM

Return journey from Marrakech to Imlil by private transfer for two people sharing a room on a full board basis in the High Atlas Mountains, then two nights in Marrakech on a bed and breakfast basis (excluding flights and insurance):


1338 euro per person
Single supplement
1021 euro


1398 euro per person
Single supplement
1141 euro
Price information

Price includes:

  • Private transfer from Marrakech to Imlil and return journey to your 4* hotel or riad in Marrakech.
  • Private transfer to Marrakech Menara Airport for your departure.
  • The services of a qualified guide and muleteer for the duration of your stay in the mountains.
  • All food and tea/coffee on a full-board basis during your stay in the High Atlas Mountains and on a bed and breakfast basis during your stay in Marrakech. Please feel free to bring your own alcoholic drinks if you wish.
  • The use of a private hammam when staying at all accommodation in the mountains.
  • All taxes including 5% levy to Village Association. See Village Association page for more details
  • All accommodation approximately 1800 metres above sea level.
  • Price is per person based on two people sharing. A single supplement applies
  • The confidence of booking with an ABTA member.

Price excludes:

  • Flights
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Tips
  • Personal shopping
  • Travel and medical insurances
  • Single Supplement

Please note…

Rooms at the Kasbah are based on our Standard Double Rooms, however, our Superior and Deluxe Rooms are available on request at extra cost.

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