starting this todra dades gorges horse riding early in the morning from TIZGUI. Information on horses and their characteristics.
test ride, saddle fitting and discovery glitzy slain Todra
Tamtatouche departure of 18 Km in Todra slaughtered.
Lunch next to a source of a ravine and installation of 1h30. Vertical drop from 1520 to 1850 m Discovery slain Todra and cliffs over 300 m world-famous.
The site is also known by rock climbers. In the afternoon, we take the caravan route of the nomads were passing through several passes (1700-2600 m) up to the entrance of M’semrir: village where the blend of tradition and modernism !!!. there bivouac
After breakfast, depart at 10am 00 to the discovery of several Berber villages and visit a family Ait Merghad and return to camp
we cross M’semrir: residents live mainly farming and agriculture (more than half of the villagers have herds of goats and sheep). The population is made up of several tribes Merghad Ait Ait Hliddou, Ait Atta. … These different tribes manage local resources through well-defined customs and respected; it is M’semrir the Dades river rises and then through many villages more than 70 km. After crossing a few villages in the densely populated and discover the different women’s costumes valley, we take a step back to observe the valley from the top (1960 m). Night in the Dades Gorge and picnic listed the river in a small garden, you can take the hotel.
In the morning, we leave the Dades toward a hill leading to the lost of slain Timaldliwin that offer great views of the Dades Valley. In slaughtered, sources run about fifty meters away.
After lunch and 2 hours of rest near inhabited caves, we continue to ARG across an isolated trail.
After passing the village of Tangarfa night we pass next to a source and beautiful scenery with opportunities to swim. Day 6: We unfortunately left this beautiful site through two villages where country life is truly remarkable. By joining sources TALAZITE by a ravine, we come to the recent town but very modest founded by the nomadic tribe of the Ait Amoumou. After laying and lunch, we headed back and trail riding ends along the river to the TIZGUI.