Guide price based on one week flight inclusive package per person (UK flights & airport transfers or car hire where needed). Other european and world wide flights available. Sports prices are additional as required (see sports center pages for more on this).
Overlooking one of the most stunning landscapes you can imagine, the Kasbah du Toubkal is an absolute must, a once-in-a-lifetime experience for anyone traveling to Morocco.
The Kasbah du Toubkal is not a conventional hotel, indeed the Kasbah prefers call itself a “Berber hospitality center”. It is located at the foot of Jbel Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa, just 60km from Marrakech.
The Kasbah is a welcoming environment for those seeking comfortable mountain refuge and for those who wish for superb rooms in a stunning setting. It's definitely an ideal base for hikes of all levels.
It offers a vast range of accommodation options, from simple Berber salons to private guestrooms with little balconies.
There are 5 standard rooms with carved walnut furniture, and an en-suite with shower. Rooms can be set up as twins or doubles. These rooms offer facilities such as CD Player, tea and coffee.
Superior Double and Deluxe Double
These rooms are larger and even more luxurious, with French windows leading out onto a private balcony with wonderful views. Beds can be double, twin or triple; ensuite bathrooms come with a hand-sculpted bath and shower. They offer facilities such as CD Player, tea and coffee.
- Communal areas: the hotel provides a carpeted rooftop terrace with one of the best mountain views in Africa; also various sitting areas inside the Kasbah.
- Internet Access: WiFi internet access is normally available in the communal areas of the Kasbah. Some laptops are available for guests' use.
- Spa Treatments: you can enjoy a hammam, it’s the perfect post-trek relaxation
- There's a shop selling local natural products such as musk perfume and walnut-root toothpaste in enamel boxes
- Languages Spoken: French, English, some German, Arabic
- Private guided tours
- Snow sports
- Walking and trekking: numerous possibilities are available, ranging from gentle rambles through the villages around the Kasbah to extended treks of one or more days.
Some of the many Trekking Options:
3 Day / 2 Night trek to Setti Fatma (or can be done in reverse)
minimum 2 adults
EUR70 per adult per full day trek (3 Days)
EUR50 per additional adult thereafter
EUR50 per adult per overnight stay (2 nights)
Plus Transfer EUR85 at end or beginning depending on which way round the trek is done.
Ascent of Toubkal (2 days/1 night fully supported deluxe trekking)
Minimum 2 pax fully inclusive, guides, cook, baggage mules, drinks, meals etc
EUR225 per person
EUR150 per additional person
Single trekker price EUR350
Overnight is at the Neltner Hut refuge at base camp. Includes all bedding and food.
Remote Trekking - Toubkal Lodge – Ensuite Rooms (one night acceptable)
EUR200 - Price are per room per night (1 or 2 persons sharing) Double/ Twin Deluxe ensuite - Bath with shower, wash basin, bidet and w.c. access to shared lounge and balcony on a Half Board basis (set evening meal)
The Lodge also has its own private hammam.
Minimum Trekking applies – 1 Day to the Lodge and 1 Day back again
Treks – EUR70 per person per day trek. (2 Days) First 2 people, (2 people minimum)
then EUR50 per person per day trek (2 Days) thereafter.
Full Day Trek with guide, mule, Muleteer (cook) includes Lunch.
Extra nights can be added on here and circular day treks are available from the Lodge.
6 Day / 5 Night ‘Trekking in Style’ trip
Fully inclusive 5 nights in the Mountains.
2 Nights at Dar Imlil (upgrades available to the Kasbah subj avail and supplement)
2 Nights at Remote Trekking Lodge.
1 Night at Dar Imlil (upgrades available to the Kasbah subj avail and supplement)
Includes trekking from Day 2 to end of Day 5, all meals, and transport from and back to Marrakech.
There is a dining room at the Kasbah for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Cuisine is Berber-Moroccan. At the mountain refuges, simpler dinners are provided, as well as picnic lunches during the trek.
Breakfast, available early for keen hikers, is a local array of breads, jam, eggs and nuts. In good weather, breakfast and lunch are served outside on the stunning roof terraces.
For dinner don’t expect haute cuisine. Usually breads arrive in a vast pyramidal basket, followed by a simple flour-based harira soup eaten with a wooden spoon. The main course is usually a tagine or couscous served on a central dish - less spicy than elsewhere, perhaps to cater for western palates. After a simple dessert, the meal close with a mountain herb tea poured from a particularly impressive height, and said to settle your stomach before bed.
Please be aware the Kasbah is not licensed for alcoholic drinks so, if you fancy a tipple after your exertions, you are welcome to bring some wine or beer with you from Marrakech.