The Anti-Atlas is famous for its thousands of almond trees. It has many undeveloped Berber valleys, beautiful old villages, gorges, crests and peaks. The population of the Anti-Atlas still has little experience with tourists and tourism. On the trekking you will cross this lonely, in the summer very warm area from south to north. Following the rhythm of the nomads, you will reach in five stages the town of Tafraoute, the capital of the Anti-Atlas.
There are plenty of trekking opportunities in the Anti Atlas, from a couple days to 5 or even 8 day treks. The best time of year is between November and April, you will see Dramatic canyons bordering see- through natural pools, barren ridges, wild palm groves, goat droves and shepherdesses, prehistoric rock engravings, gazelles, picnic lunches under argan trees, the most hospitable Berbers, century- old granaries are but some of the highlights here. But most importantly, the distinct feeling that you are the first person to ever walk here. And that’s not little.