About The Berber Ring


NO Tent Needed

A local family or a simple hotel will always be waiting for you for a traditional dinner and accommodation for the night, forget about comfort, but travel light!

A Light Gravel Journey

A trip designed for a balanced dosage of gravel moments, to enjoy the discovery of a millennia-old culture perfectly balancing effort and exploration.

Adventurous And Cheap

The "ring" nature of the journey and basic accommodations allow us to offer an affordable cost, without surcharges for transfers and unnecessary luxury hotels, minimal expense for 10 days of pure adventure!

Fresh All Year Round

With an average altitude of about 1500m and a maximum of 2600m, it's the perfect trip to discover Morocco even during the summer.

Travel In’ Amazigh

A journey into one of the most fascinating cultures on the planet. During 10 days, 8 of which are spent cycling, you will immerse yourself in the heart of the Moroccan Atlas, where the roots of a people who still keep their millennia-old traditions alive reside.
Starting from Lalla Takerkoust, where From0toAtlas is based outside the chaotic Marrakech, in just a few kilometers, we will enter the most unexpected Morocco, one that has little to do with sand and camels. Through verdant valleys, passes over 2000 meters, villages off the tourist trails, breathtaking gorges, plateaus with lunar views, and imposing Kasbahs, you will experience Moroccan hospitality in the most "real" way possible.
Entering remote villages without the noise of an engine and at the perfect speed, that of the bike, you will be the perfect guest to be welcomed with a refreshing Berber tea or a motivating chorus, and it will seem like you have traveled back in time, a time when the sense of community and selfless help were the norm, a time you thought you had forgotten.
In short, the perfect choice for a "light gravel" tour to discover a country just a stone's throw from Europe but still too little known. A journey that will stay with you.
Possibility of bike rental upon request.

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How we travel?

All our trips, of all types and difficulties, aim to balance adventure and discovery, turning the bike, hiking boots, paragliding sail, or whatever means we use into an opportunity to experience cultures and natural wonders in an unprecedented and unique way. Physical effort, of all levels, should be an addition, not a limitation.
We at From0toAtlas, thanks to twenty years of experience in travel and sports adventures, are convinced that the best way to connect with a new culture is to show ourselves as "true," even vulnerable, trying to shed the heavy label of "tourists," and what better way to arrive in a village, or a big city, than to enter exhausted but with the sole strength of our legs.
In short, the fatigue printed on our faces opens more doors than any amount of money.

Travel itinerary

Day 1

Transfer from the airport to Lalla Takerkoust, bike preparation, and overnight at the Hotel.

Day 2

Departure from Lake Takerkoust, after a magnificent plateau, you will immediately climb between the Atlas valleys and sleep at the foot of Mount Toubkal (4167m), the highest peak in Morocco.

  • Takerkoust-Tacchedirte-Imlil
  • 73KM 2300D+
  • Overnight in Imlil
Day 3

Passing between one valley and another and skirting a splendid lake, you will face the Tizi N’Test pass (2093m), where a hotel with a breathtaking view awaits.

  • Imlil-Tizi N’Test
  • 95KM 1800D+
  • Overnight at the pass
Day 4

After a gravel descent through remote villages, the landscape will completely change as we cross a vast plain and arrive in Taliouine, the land of saffron.

  • Tizi N’Test-Taliouine
  • 100KM 800D+
  • Overnight in Taliouine
Day 5

A visually spectacular stage, between lunar views and canyons among palm groves.

  • Taliouine-Tislite Gorges-Taznakht
  • 98KM 1500D+
  • Overnight in Taznakht
Day 6

A desert plateau will take us to the ancient Kasbahs of Ouarzazate and Ait Ben Haddou.

  • Taznakht-Ouarzazate-Ait Ben Haddou
  • 100KM 900D+
  • Overnight in Ait Ben Haddou
Day 7

The second stage of the journey is the legendary Tizi N’Tichka pass (2205m).

  • Ait Ben Haddou-Tizi N’Tichka-Toufliht
  • 115KM 2000D+
  • Overnight in Toufliht
Day 8

Another day of climbs will be rewarded by arriving in one of the most surprising places in Morocco, the village of Oukaimeden (2600m).

  • Toufliht-Oukaimeden
  • 92KM 2400D+
  • Overnight in Oukaimeden
Day 9

A long gravel descent through magnificent valleys will take us back to Takerkoust, and a short transfer to Marrakech will allow us to enjoy an afternoon in the lively Medina.

  • Oukaimeden-Takerkoust
  • 64KM 300D+
  • Transfer to Marrakech
  • Overnight in Marrakech
Day 10
  • Returning home, definitely changed.
  • Transfer to the airport
  • Return

1199 €

Participation fee

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Additional Info

What's Included
  • Transfer to and from Marrakech airport
  • Overnight stay at the Piccolo Bike Hotel in Lalla Takerkoust with half-board treatment
  • Overnight stay in a traditional Riad in Marrakech with B&B treatment
  • Simple accommodations for all nights during the tour with half-board treatment
  • Storage of boxes/baggage for the duration of the tour
  • Bike assembly
  • Expert and qualified guide with active RCT insurance
  • Basic on-the-road mechanical assistance
  • Original track
  • Basic medical luggage insurance
  • Remote assistance guarantee along the route
  • Active GPS tracker for the entire trip and exclusive access link for relatives and friends
  • From0toAtlas travel gadgets
  • List of necessary materials
  • Dedicated WhatsApp group
  • Pre-trip consultation with the tour leader
What's not included
  • Roundtrip flight
  • Lunches and refreshments throughout the tour
  • Possible Global Rescue insurance
  • Cost of possible recovery along the route
  • Costs for possible early return services
  • Anything not expressly specified as included
  • Bike rental option

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fitness level required for the Travellin’ Amazigh tour?

This tour is designed for cyclists of moderate fitness levels. While the terrain varies and includes some challenging passes over 2000 meters, the pace is intended to accommodate a range of cycling abilities. It’s important that participants can handle multiple days of cycling in succession.

What type of bikes are suitable for this tour? Can I rent one?

The tour is perfect for light gravel bikes, which are capable of handling mixed terrains. Yes, you can rent high-quality bikes from us. Just let us know in advance so we can ensure the best fit for you.

What kind of accommodations can we expect during the tour?

Accommodations are carefully chosen to enhance your experience. You will stay in a mix of local guesthouses and hotels that are known for their hospitality and charm, providing an authentic immersion into Moroccan culture.

What should I bring with me?

Essential items include comfortable cycling gear, sunscreen, a camera, and layers for changing weather conditions. We recommend a hydration pack for water and perhaps some snacks for energy along the ride.

What cultural experiences are included in the Travellin’ Amazigh tour?

The tour focuses on deep cultural immersion. You will have opportunities to engage with local Amazigh (Berber) communities, enjoy traditional Berber tea, and participate in local customs and practices, providing a true sense of the community and its traditions.

Is there support available during the biking sections of the tour?

Yes, our tours are fully supported. We have a follow vehicle that carries all luggage, spare parts, and essential equipment. Assistance is always on hand, ensuring you can focus on enjoying your ride and the scenery.

What is the maximum group size?

To maintain a personalized and high-quality experience, we limit group sizes to a maximum of 14 participants. This smaller group size ensures individual attention and better interaction with the guide and fellow travellers.

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