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Tighremt Assif Melloul

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You want to discover the culture and the people Amazigh (Berber!) while enjoying a trekk exotic? It is here that it happens.

In the Anergui Valley, 350 km from Marrakech, the mountain cottage Tighremt assif Melloul welcomes you to enjoy the Moroccan Atlas. In a traditional building, you will have a magnificent view of a hinterland that has kept its authenticity. Different trekks are available to satisfy desires both of the hiker on Sunday that of the experienced adventurer.

And besides... sleep in a traditional camp, in the heart of the Highlands, that said you? If you are looking for a special place for a back to basics far from the tumult of civilization, there is no better: 5 caidales tents, each composed of all the furniture needed to rest (there are even two beds of good quality) and a large communal tent to share meals and good times in the evening.

Responsible stance

The least we can say, is that this ecolodge is committed.

Already, with the inhabitants of the region: it is they who will welcome you at the cottage to the bivouac. Beyond the jobs directly created, your dirhams will be used to support the economy of the Highlands of the Moroccan Atlas.

If you are tempted by the trekking and you choose a guide to nomad land, know that you will directly contribute to the financing of the association Anergui, who works for the local population (aid for schooling, access to care, economic development (, preservation of natural resources, and much more). A real practice solidarity we'd like to see more!

The mountain cottage is built in Pisa, according to the traditional methods of the Valley. Waste management is at the heart of the concern of the guests, both to preserve the environment and respect for their heritage.

The bivouac is managed by the family Ourjdal, the cru hosts who know the Highlands as their pocket. Tents and traditional furniture for a responsible change of scenery: we say yes!

This address has been shared on 20/12/2017 by voyagir .


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