Marvel at Morocco’s seaside, mountain and desert landscapes during your walks through nature. Our local agencies organize a host of different hiking itineraries that you can add to your travel plans. Begin along the Atlantic coast by hiking through Souss-Massa National Park. This 83,500-acre natural reserve is home to animals and migratory birds, such as gulls, storks, and herons, as well as antelopes, and Morocco’s last gazelles.
For a lush natural setting, embark on an expedition to northern Morocco’s Rif region. The Akchour River’s waterfalls, which flow into pools of turquoise-colored water, are a haven to discover. If you appreciate green vegetation, don't skip a walk among the cedars, oaks, olive trees, and firs in Talassemtane National Park.
For a high-level mountain hike, head to Mount M'Goun’s ascent, the third-tallest summit in Morocco, which reaches an altitude of over 13,000 feet. This mountain’s slopes and its landscapes alternate between Berber villages with beaten earth and grassy plateaus. Then, enjoy the sweet life in the Aït Bougmez Valley’s gorges, also known as "the Valley of Happiness."