Toubkal National Park is the perfect place for those looking for an active break in their Moroccan villa. The park is near Marrakech. So if you want to fully explore the wonderful outdoors of this lovely country, you have plenty of accommodation options at Toubkal National Park.
With Toubkal, the highest mountain in the country, you will find spectacular views every time you visit this part of Morocco. With a height of 4,167 meters, it is the second highest mountain in Africa after Kilimanjaro in Kenya. Climbing to the summit of this natural wonder is an incredibly rewarding challenge that you are ready to take, especially when you reach the summit and have an impressive view of the High Atlas Mountains. It may be a challenge.
Trekking the summit from the village of Imlil takes about two and a half days. Also, it will take the same amount of time to come back. If you plan to take on this challenging climb, we highly recommend joining the services of a local guide. But if you don’t like mountaineering, don’t worry, there are still many ways to enjoy the natural beauty of Toubkar National Park.
You can book a wide range of hiking routes for all abilities, as well as trekking trips that take you on a tour of the hills on the back of the donkey. If you like to manage your time during the holidays, booking a villa in Morocco is a great way to explore this North African country. You can choose when to wake up and how much (or how much) to do. As you stroll through the park, you’ll come across stunning landscapes, such as the deep canyons carved from the mountains by the river. If you keep an eye on it, you’ll find interesting wildlife.
Among the creatures you can find are the golden eagle and the white snake eagle that you can see gliding across the clear sky. In addition to the natural landscape, there are plenty of offers for cultural vultures to book for staying in Marrakech villas. The city is full of attractions that will keep you hooked for days if you decide to combine your outdoor vacation with culture and history.
A visit to Marrakech would not be complete without a visit to one of the many souks (or markets) on the winding streets. Be sure to keep all the jewelry and souvenirs you can find in these bazaars in your suitcase. However, shopping is not the only activity in Marrakech. A visit to the city would not be complete without a trip to see some of its most famous monuments.
Among them is the Kutubia Mosque with its impressive minaret, which is said to have influenced the Giralda builder in Seville. So if you’re looking for a combination of culture and nature on your holidays, you couldn’t find a better place to visit than Marrakech and the adjacent Tubkar National Park.