The chain of the High Atlas is the highest of Morocco: it culminates at 4167 m with the Toubkal Jebel and stands as a long of more than 700 km border separating the oceanic and subtropical climate, warm and rather humid, semi climate -désertique and continental.
Today, the High Atlas itself as a land of Berber culture and traditions remain alive. Far contemporary Road, one discovers the azibs (dry stone shepherd huts) and small houses douars that seem totally out of time, thrown here and there in the vast desert of altitude.
Here, hospitality is a founding principle. The Berbers welcome you to their improbable villages, built on the mountain side or the bottom of a lush valley. We live in autarky and self-sufficiency, to nothing, in a simplicity that invites reflection on our own lifestyle.
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