The Atlas Mountains are the largest mountains in Morocco. The unique variety of landscapes in this region of North Africa comprises a variety of coastlines and vast deserts as well as a fascinating and intriguing world of mountain scenery. The majestic mountain range extends across 3 countries, Morocco, Northern Algeria and Tunisia.
Donkeys and mules are the main means of transport in the rugged, steep and desolate areas that are located some distance away from the main roads. For many years, the warlike Goundafi Berber controlled the strategically important routes that cut across the mountains.
The journey to Tizi n'Test Pass is a splendid experience, where the seemingly endless view reaches up to the great mass of the Atlas Range.
The Atlas Mountains are the perfect place to experience the simplicity of the countryside and also the daily life of the local inhabitants of this amazing region.