|Dates||21 - 28 November 2020|
|Activities||Hiking and Photography Tour|
|Food and Accommodation||TBC|
|Flights||Agidir Airport - TBC|
For this tour we have teamed up with our buddy, Neil Froggitt at Paddles & Peaks www.paddlesandpeaks.com ; with their extensive experience of leading and guiding, we together have developed a fantastic tour that combines hiking, walking and photography workshops in the Moroccan countryside.
In late November the temperatures are delightfully balmy with daily highs of 21 C and night-time lows of 12 C, enabling us to comfortably explore the landscapes and ancient settlements whilst improving your photography and capturing some stunning images.
Our adventure will start in the City of Agadir, on the Morocco's southern Atlantic coast, in the foothills of the anti-atlas mountains, where we will explore and experience the colours, smells and hustle of the famous El Had d' Agidir Souk. We will then travel from this bustling city out into the hinterland and stay in a Kasbah, dating from the 13th Century, this historical abode was used to be a place for shelter and for supplies for berber kinsman.
Our Kasbah is perched above a green, fertile patchwork of agricultural fields and lush basins and will be our base for our guided hikes and photography walks on a daily basis, enabling us to explore locations rarely seen by other groups visiting Morocco.
The Kasbah is a warren of amazing tall buildings and a unique experience to stay in as well as giving us ample opportunties as a location for photographic workshops within the ancient architecture and out in the surrounding agricultural lands, it makes as a wonderful base for us to hike around and explore the hills, valleys and gorges.
Through our hikes and photography you will learn about the Berber life, history and geology of the region. We will explore the small Berber villages that cling to the local water basins and are surrounded my palm trees and there is the opportunity to join some optional additional excursions.
Detailed Itinerary to follow.