25 February 2010, 13:32

Alexander Abramov and Ludmila Korobeshko rented a jeep to try for a week to get all of Morocco from Casablanca to the Sahara. The purpose of this expedition is to understand why this country is so popular in the west as the direction of adventure tourism. And on this basis to draw practical conclusions.

Spend an unforgettable night in Casablanca, and looking at the Mosque of Hassan II in height of 200 meters (it is higher than the pyramids in Egypt), they went to Marrakech and from there to the village of Imlil - in the heart of the Atlas Mountains.

On the way travelers hit the great conditions of road and kindness of the local population.

Having completed a three-day trekking, Alexander and Lyudmila climbed the highest peak of the Atlas Mountains and throughout North Africa - Toubkal (4167 m).

Beautiful mountains ! Excellent shelter is located at an altitude of 3200 meters, with a hot shower.

Yesterday, they went down to Marrakesh. At 5 am the next day they started toward the Sahara, to travel by camel to the dunes and spend the night in a Berber tent.