Climb Mount Toubkal in style

957 excluding flights
6 Days
Tailor made
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Based on 2 people sharing 627 EUR single suppl Included: • Private transfers • Qualified guide & muleteer • Full Board basis.
NB: The Toubkal Ascent runs Apr to Oct.
(A winter Ascent may be possible subject to experience & weather conditions.)
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Description of Climb Mount Toubkal in style

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957 excluding flights
Based on 2 people sharing 627 EUR single suppl Included: • Private transfers • Qualified guide & muleteer • Full Board basis.
NB: The Toubkal Ascent runs Apr to Oct.
(A winter Ascent may be possible subject to experience & weather conditions.)
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

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Dietary requirements:
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.


1 Reviews of Climb Mount Toubkal in style

5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 30 Apr 2019 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?

Reaching the summit of Toubkal was a very rewarding experience, it had been a tough climb, having never used crampons before, but our guide Omar was excellent he always encouraged us and allowed me to dictate the pace- I was the slowest member of the party! Haggling in the souks was also fun, we did not find the sellers aggressive or pushy as they are sometimes described.

2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?

Be prepared for long days of walking, you need to have stamina, although the altitude was not the highest we have trekkked the distances involved in getting to the top from the base are considerable - proper gear for both hot and cold conditions should be packed- it gets cold at night- definitely do some physical training before hand I would think I was moderately fit

3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Yes it is clear that local providers are intrinsic to your experience- we have always tried to book vacations where the locals benefit the most from our visit. The people are gracious they obviously like to get tips and always showed their appreciation.

4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?

Excellent, very well organised, we were never anxious, we enjoyed the people, the scenery and food were great. It is clear that the locals are committed to preserving their environment and want to give their clients an excellent experience. Transfers were excellent, very reliable and comfortable. It is clear that there is good teamwork between everyone and Responsible travel we will definitely book with you again for another adventure.

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


1. Village labourers used traditional building techniques and local materials in its construction, with everything having to be carried in by hand or on the backs of mules. Power tools could not be used, as electricity didn't arrive in this remote region until 1997.

Perched on imposing outcrop 1,800 metres above sea level, the kasbah crowns Imlil Valley with its population of around 5,000 mostly subsistence farmers, whose own fields and walnut, cherry and apple orchards flourish below.

2. Trying to reduce plastic waste. Please help us to make this a reality.

As in many countries, Morocco has a waste disposal problem which here in the inhabited Toubkal National Park can be more noticeable. Rubbish, particularly plastic rubbish, that does not decompose, is one of the main culprits.

Accordingly we are trying to reduce the use of plastic bottles at the Kasbah, as we believe these are unnecessary. We are in the very privileged situation of having safe spring water as our water supply, so we are instigating a new system at the Kasbah based on 2 of the R’s, Reduce and Rethink in relation to plastic water bottles.

Our ultimate aim is that we and our guests will not be a source of plastic water bottle waste. We believe this is possible, as we have a source of safe drinking water and hence bottled water serves no useful purpose.

A NOTE ABOUT ANIMAL WELFARE: We work closely with “SPANA” a British charity working for the Protection of Animals abroad.
We only use mules whether ours or hired in that are in good health have Spana bits, are loaded with 60 to 80 kg of baggage and muleteers are discouraged/banned from riding when the mules are loaded. We worked with Spana to produce this website and associated pdf brochure for use by everyone involved in tourism to encourage good practice in several area’s of sustainable tourism including mule welfare.


1. Education for All Morocco Limited EfAM is a charity established in 2006 by Discover Ltd and other friends in Marrakech. EfAM was set up to build boarding houses near to secondary schools in Morocco, providing accommodation and care to girls from remote mountain communities in the High Atlas mountains, enabling them to further their education through the Moroccan state system. Primary education in Morocco is compulsory and readily available to both boys and girls between 7 and 14 years old. However, it is unusual for girls in the High Atlas mountains to continue their education beyond primary level. This is because the nearest secondary school may be over 20km away, and impractical to travel to each day. Many families do not have the financial resources to support their daughters through secondary education. Those that do may lack a family network near to a secondary school to whom they can entrust their daughter. Girls from these communities deserve the opportunity to continue their education.

“We believe that if you educate a girl, you begin to educate the next generation.”

Education for All and Discover Ltd organise community work and service projects through which you and your students can make an essential contribution to our ongoing work in Morocco. We have already built 3 boarding houses, which between them accommodate over 100 girls. Through fund raising and practical community work or service projects.

2. All our invoices will incur a 5% charge this is in favour of the local Village Association “Association des Bassins d’Imlil” and Education For All. The Association Bassins d’Imlil covers the whole of the surrounding valleys. This association provides the ambulance that you see in Imlil which provides a service to the local population and visitors, other community projects that have been undertaken include the rubbish clearance system and the provision of the village Hammam. Education For All helps provide college education for girls from the rural High Atlas.

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