What to bring
- Sleeping Bag according to the season and altitude with or without liner.(most accommodations provide blankets so this is not essential unless you are camping or summiting Toubkal and is therefore a personal choice).
- Sleeping mat - Optional.
- Kleenex, wet wipes personal hygiene items.
- Ziplock bags to take items back in.
- Sun screen min F30, hat and sunglasses.
- Lip balm, moisturiser.
- Water Bottle or Camel Back for up to 2 litres.
- Trek towel, wash kit.</l
- Personal medication (clearly marked and with original labelling)
- First aid kit.
- Motion sickness tablets. The trip from Marrakech through the mountains is full of bends and zigzags.
- Shoes for all terrain, flip flops or similar for the evening.
- Plenty of changes of socks at least 2 per day. (you can wash at night)
- Layers, hat, gloves and rain gear if needed.
- Long sleeved cotton shirt for summer.
- Long trousers.
- A scarf or sarong is useful as a sheet, a scarf or shelter. (essential for desert treks)
- Changes of clothes as required.
- Change of clothes for the evening / sleeping (always remove cold / sweaty clothes at the end of the days trek).
- Device chargers, adaptors, memory cards and power packs. Some accommodations have limited sockets. A head torch or small torch.
- Some dirhams as there is nowhere to change money. There are some small shops for buying snacks and you can find locally made craft items in remote villages.
- Rucksack / Backpack or soft kit bag to carry your gear on the mules *max 15 kg.
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We have a few sustainable community projects you may be interested in, you can also donate clothing, shoes, gear etc to the Guide for distribution to other Guides and Muleteers who often need suitable gear.
** This is the list recommended for spring, summer and autumn: May till October, for the winter season please see our winter list and additional notes.