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Pack list

  1. Backpack: A durable, comfortable backpack with plenty of room for your gear. Make sure it fits snugly on your back.
  2. Hiking boots: High quality, comfortable hiking boots with good traction are essential for trekking in Morocco. Make sure you break in the shoes beforehand to avoid blisters.
  3. Trekking socks: pack several pairs of thick, moisture-wicking socks to keep your feet dry and protected.
  4. Trekking pants: Choose comfortable pants made of lightweight, breathable material that allows freedom of movement. Avoid jeans as they can become heavy and uncomfortable when wet.
  5. Long-sleeved shirts: pack several long-sleeved shirts to protect yourself from sunburn and insect bites. It is best to choose lightweight, breathable material.
  6. Warming layer: bring a light fleece or wool jacket to keep warm in cooler temperatures.
  7. Rain Jacket: A waterproof rain jacket is important to keep you dry during unexpected downpours.
  8. Sun protection: Be sure to remember sunscreen with a high SPF, sunglasses and a hat to protect yourself from the strong sunlight in the mountains.
  9. Sleeping bag: If you are staying in tents, you will need a warm sleeping bag that can withstand the temperatures at high altitudes.
  10. Water bottle: A reusable water bottle is essential to stay adequately hydrated. It is recommended to drink at least two liters of water per day.
  11. Flashlight: A headlamp or handy flashlight is helpful for finding your way in the dark and having light when camping.
  12. Trekking poles: Trekking poles can be useful for steep ascents and descents, as well as for taking the strain off your joints.
  13. Quick-drying towel: A lightweight, quick-drying towel is convenient for trekking tours as it takes up little space in your backpack.
  14. Snacks: pack high-energy snacks such as nuts, dried fruit, energy bars or chocolate to keep your energy levels up during hikes.
  15. Money and ID: Don’t forget to take your passport, driver’s license and enough cash. It may also be useful to have a copy of your documents.
  16. Hygiene items: Remember toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, toilet paper and other personal hygiene items.
  17. Camera: If you like photography, don’t forget your camera and appropriate accessories to capture the breathtaking scenery.

Please note that this is only a general packing list. Depending on the season, the duration of the trekking tour and your personal needs, the requirements may change. We will also provide you with a detailed packing list for each trip.




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