This tour explores the areas around the Sirwa and Sahro massifs, fascinating areas to the south of the more popular Toubkal region. They are areas of extinct volcanoes, spectacular gorges, green oases and barren, desert plateaux. It is a landscape of typical Berber villages, mud-brick Kasbahs, palm trees, almond groves, small fields and rose hedges. A real land of contrasts.
These areas can be very hot in the summer, so the best time to visit is the autumn or spring – or in the winter where the day temperatures are about 20 degrees Centrigrade, though at night they fall well below freezing.
Accommodation during the tour is in local hotels or a Berber house (gite) (for which a sleeping bag is required). All meals, accommodation, services of English speaking guide and transport is included.