less touristy intinerary mountain trek will take you to a region in the High Atlas which is not yet frequented by tourist groups. Here you will witness the traditional life of the Berbers in their mudbrick villages, working the land with primitive tools and tending their herds of sheep
Private Yagour Plateau treks
Minimum of 2 Adults required for private treks. Children under 10 years old can join private treks for 50% of the Adult price. 1 child aged under 5 years old can participate for free.
Shared Yagour Plateau treks 3 days
We have a selection of dates for Yagour Plateau treks. The shared treks enable you to join an existing group. We operate the shared Yagour Plateau treks on set days each month. If you don’t find the date that you require, you can ask us to start a new shared trek for the date that you require.
The shared Yagour Plateau treks offer you the opportunity to join a group and join the trek at the discounted group rates.
The prices depend upon how many people also book the same date:
A minimum of 2 people are required for a shared Yagour Plateau trek to operate on each date.
2 or 3 people participating: 220.00 Euro per person
4 people participating: 170.00 Euro per person
5 to 12 people participating: 150.00 Euro per person.
You pay the total amount of the trek cost when you make your reservation. In the event that we do not achieve a minimum of 2 people on the same date, you will then recieve a full refund instantly.
If more people book the shared Yagour Plateau trek for the same date, then you will recieve a discount. The difference between the amount that you have paid and the discount amount is paid to you automatically when you have completed your activity.
The booking system is secure and we never get to see your card or payment details. You complete your reservation via our online booking partner. Our online booking partner operates the booking system securely and is available to help you with your planning for your trek and any questions that you may have.
His mountain trek will take you to a region in the High Atlas which is not yet frequented by tourist groups. Here you will witness the traditional life of the Berbers in their mudbrick villages, working the land with primitive tools and tending their herds of sheep.