High Atlas Mountains

Taking up most of Africa’s north-western corner, the Atlas Mountains extend for roughly 2400 kilometres across Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, reaching to over 4000 kilometres above sea level at their zenith, Toubkal Mountain.

The Atlas range is exceptionally scenic and known for the many rare and endangered plants and animals occurring there, some of which are found nowhere else on earth.

Visitors can explore some of North Africa’s most remote villages tucked away in the deep valleys of the rugged range, hike and bike through the spectacular scenery or visit the impressive kasbahs of Ouarzazate, Tifoultoute, Telouet and the magnificent Ait Ben Haddou, one of Morocco’s most photogenic buildings.

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