Toubkal National Park

Toubkal National Park is also located in the High Atlas mountain range and it’s considered to be 70km from Marrakesh which is a nearby city in central-western Morocco. The park was gazetted in 1942 and it covers an area of 380 km². Jbel Toubkal is the highest peak of the park at 4,167 m and it is said to be a haven for climbers and trekkers where by trekkers enjoy the Atlas Mountains.

Activities and enjoyments

Trekking is the mostly done activity done here from the park and it becomes enjoyable with an experienced guide who is always available at the park and this can take two days or a week adventures.  The village of Imlil is where the starting point is and visitors can enjoy the ancient Moroccan culture.

Toubkal is the highest peak in North Africa and most of the visitors come here to put their dreams into reality after ascending and descending the historical mountain hence making mountaineering activity being the priority in all around the park. The park can be enjoyed yearly though it’s easier in the spring summer.