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Brahim conçoit votre voyage sur mesure, mais peut aussi personnaliser ses idées de voyage selon vos envies et votre budget.

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À propos de moi

We are specialists in trekking and climbing in Morocco, with over 7 years experience of organizing a wide variety of trips for clients from all over the world.We speak English and French.We offer a wide range of services for those planning a trip to the High Atlas, the Sahara or the Atlantic coast. This may be a one-day guided walk to full package trips, including transport, accommodation, food, guides, mules, tents, cuisine, entertainment and much more. The size of the group is also variable from single travellers to large groups. More details about our offers are in Main Menu.It is very helpful for us to know about your expectations and answer your inquiries. This would help us work out a suitable package for you and see to the possibility of modifications.We look forward too seeing you with us.

Our riding Experience:

​Our horseback riding guide have been riding for 7 years through Berber villages and valleys  by canter and gallop, our local is and advanced rider who will give you more education about the Berber horse and how to ride him as well how to control here are some information about horseback riding below :
The canter and gallop are variations on the fastest gait that can be performed by a horse or other equine. The canter is a controlled, three-beat gait, while the gallop is a faster, 4 beat variation of the same gait. It is a natural gait possessed by all horses, faster than most horses' trot, or ambling gaits. The gallop is the fastest gait of the horse, averaging about 40 to 48 kilometers per hour (25 to 30 mph). The speed of the canter varies between 16 and 27 kilometers per hour (10 and 17 mph) depending on the length of the horse's stride. A variation of the canter, seen in western riding, is called a lope, and is generally quite slow, no more than 13–19 kilometers per hour (8–12 mph).

Our hiking Experience 

Our hiking guides became as guides from a very young age, that's what makes them expert in the Mountains & countrysides we use the local guide with life experience on the terrains which we work in.
All most of them are from the families which living from tourism. More information:
Hiking sometimes involves bushwhacking and is sometimes referred to as such. This specifically refers to difficult walking through dense forest, undergrowth, or bushes, where forward progress requires pushing vegetation aside. In extreme cases of bushwhacking, where the vegetation is so dense that human passage is impeded, a machete is used to clear a pathway. The Australian term bushwalking refers to both on and off-trail hiking.Common terms for hiking used by New Zealanders are tramping (particularly for overnight and longer trips), walking or bushwalking. As well it's called trekking in many different countries.

Our Driving experience:

Our transport Drivers are diffidently different, they became as local transportation drivers for many years before they start with our company, all of them are speaks English, they work with as a family, all of wants to share our culture with you.
More information below:
Our drivers are knowledgeable about the routes, region, and sites. However, the Moroccan government’s tourism regulations do not allow drivers to accompany clients at national sites or in Medinas.  We are also careful to emphasis that the drivers’ main responsibility is to ensure your safety while driving often hazardous roads where concentration is paramount – difficult to do if they were to be guided as well. If you would like in-depth knowledge it is best to organist a dedicated, certified, national guide or to hire a certified ‘site’ guide at the major Moroccan tourist attractions.
Enjoy your trip in Morocco.

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