Approaching Toubkal summitImperial MarrakechViews from the Berber TrailTea on the terrace, Kasbah du ToubkalThe HGV of the Atlas MountainsWe've been exploring the inspiring Kingdom of Morocco for over 18 years now. This diverse and most welcoming country has always been great value for money once you get there. Now, thanks to the plethora of budget airlines operating cheap flights from many UK regional airports to Marrakech it's never been cheaper, or easier, to visit Morocco. Indeed, the exotic is right on your very own doorstep. In just a short flying time from the UK you are transported to a different place entirely. A land of infinite possibilities, a cacophony of colour and sound, a total sensory overload and just perfect for out of the ordinary and real trekking adventure.Few can resist the lure of the bustling souks and the spectacle of the Djeema El Fna in the imperial city of Marrakech - even the name "Marrakech" fires the imagination.Who can deny the magnetism of climbing Toubkal - North Africa's highest mountain - for incredible views across the entire High Atlas and beyond to the very edge of the Sahara?Beyond Marrakech lie the majestic High Atlas. Again the mere mention of their name spirits the mind away to a world of soaring peaks and villages inhabited by the hardy Berber tribe, living life as they have done for centuries. These mountains may be virtually be on your doorstep, but still remain largely impenetrable and unchanged. With only a couple of roads and clearly need to be explored by default on foot. Indeed it is the continuing absence of modern infrastructure that makes trekking in the mountains of Morocco such a rewarding and meaningful experience. Come not to Morocco to change it, but come to Morocco to change yourself is the best motto when discovering the beauty, charm and culture of this very special kingdom.We have a mouth-watering selection of tasty trekking holidays to Morocco, as varied and diverse as the Kingdom of Morocco itself, all have been carefully researched in Morocco ourselves, with the aid of our very good Berber friends. Indeed some of our treks remain unique to Walks Worldwide e.g. Raiders of the Lost Kasbah and the Berber Trail, and we offer three entirely different treks to the top of Toubkal, including our quick fix "Tazarhart and Toubkal Turbo" that can be done as a long weekend or mid-week break. We also have a varied selection of ideas as to how you can see more of exotic Morocco and, with our intimate knowledge and years of experience, can usually tailor-make a trek to suit your time and desires. MoroccoOr visit us on the web www.walksworldwide.com 9 Land Only prices for Morocco start at only £295www.walksworldwide.com Search: MoroccoFlights to Morocco can often be found on the Internet for as little as £80 return!Exotic, affordable and on your doorstep
5 great reasons to book a GROUP TREKJoining one of our numerous group trek departures has many benefits.1.Cost
This really just has to be number one. It's always going to be cheaper booking a group trip as many of the fixed costs (e.g. guides, transport, trek support) are shared and prices for accommodation can be negotiated downwards.
2. Simplicity and time
How many of you, in your busy day-to-day lives, have the time to organise and create a trekking adventure to a far flung corner of the world you have never been
to before? Believe us, it isn't easy putting together a trekking adventure.
Thankfully we have the knowledge and know how, as well as trusted and reliable contacts throughout the world and years of experience operating successful
trekking adventures and we can anticipate the pitfalls. It makes sense to trust
3. Trek deeper and further
Because costs are shared and therefore lower, this allows us to create more exciting trekking itineraries. This means we can plan to explore wonderful parts of the world off the beaten track and for longer. Some trips would be almost impossible or cost prohibitive if they weren't operated as group treks.
4. Trek with like?-?minded people
We're constantly asked "who takes part in your group trips?" The answer is that it's people just like you! A typical group usually comprises of a balanced mix of gender, and often a variety of ages and backgrounds too. Some people may be couples, some small groups of friends and some will be travelling solo, but the simple fact is that everyone has common interest - trekking, adventure and the country they are visiting. It's a great way of making new friends and meeting like minded people.
5. No additional costs for single?/?solo travellers
That's right. The prices for our group trips are exactly the same if you are booking just for yourself, two persons or more. There is no additional single supplement charge if you are single or travelling solo (unless you specifically request single accommodation). It's a great way to trek if you're travelling single/solo. Pretty soon you'll be amongst friends.10 Talk to an expert 0845 301 4737