What is it?
Embrace 7 days of hiking in Northern Africa, Morrocco. This is for trekkers, outdoor-enthusiasts and nature-lovers. A good way to spend the year-end in October by immersing yourself with nature, whilst raising funds for the needy children's education. As for this Mountain Trek challenge, you will stand at the peak of Jbel toubkal, pass through groves of Walnut trees, greet the many sheep and goatherder and experience sleeping in a bivouac.
This is a moderate trek which lasts for less than 8 days, the difficulty will depend on your preparation and stamina level as well. This experience will also allow you to view stunning sceneries.
Arrive Casablanca- Marrakech
Welcome to Morrocco! Upon arrival, we will have dinner followed with a briefing then rest.
Marrakech –Imi oughlad –Tizi n'tachte –Tiziane
Drive southwards to the highest peak mountain, Jbel toubkal, and meet up the berber muleteer crew for a 2 hour acclimatization hike up. After lunch, we take a hike down to Assif n' ait oussaden.
Tizziane – tizi n'taghrhourte – D'knt
Continue with a hike up the valley towards Assaka spring. After lunch, continue with 2 hours of easy walking then hike down the edges of the forest and spend the night in a Bivouac.
D'knt – Tizi n'tagdalte – Tizi oussem
Gear up for another whole day of hiking. Hike through fields of corn and barley, have a picnic amongst the juniper trees and follow the tracks which lead to the river. Overnight camp at Tizi oussem village.
Azib Tamsoult -- Tizi M'zzik -- Imlil
You will start the day by trekking up to a small waterfall at Azib Tamsoulte, then cross the Tizi 'n Mzik pass over 2.5km. After lunch, trek towards Imlil for a night.
Drive back to Marrakech and explore the _______
Excursion to Essaouira
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Home Sweet Home
Head to Casablanca airport
*This itinerary is to be used as a guide. The order and sequence of events and visits may change.
Every day, the world sees a rise in the number of refugees who are forced to flee their home countries due to fear of persecution for multiple reasons. These displaced people are in desperate need of humanitarian aid. As they settle in neighbouring countries, they are struggling to survive without food, clean water, shelter or medicine.
Through this challenge, you will be contributing to our Syrian Refugees. We will be distributing aid such as food aid sets, milk for children, hygiene kits, shelters, water supply, and daily bread from Care Bakeries.
You will be fundraising for the children's education in less developed countries.
Our Care for Education project aims to create equal opportunity for each child to learn. Check out out project here.