Tours and hiking in the Todra Gorge Discover this natural wonder, perfect for hiking rock-climbing and trekking.

Discover the Todra Gorge

The deep ravine of Todra Gorge is situated on the remote east side of the High Atlas Mountains. Many years ago, a raging river carved out the gorge. The final 40 kilometers of the gorge run through the mountains, with the final 600 meters being the most spectacular stretch of the gorge. At the 600-meter mark, the canyon narrows to a flat, stony track as little as 10 meters wide in places, with smooth rock walls stretching up to 160 meters high.

The rock faces seem to change colour during the day, from a rosy red when the sun is high to a dull tan as the day goes on. There are many hiking trails available on the Gorge, with spectacular views as you traverse the canyon. You may even spot some of the area’s locals with their small donkeys or hearing camels.

Tours in the Todra Gorge

Discover the Todra Gorge and wander through the vast canyon with its towering, dusty red walls. The Gorge makes for excellent hiking; with multiple trails and not-too-difficult terrain, it’s the perfect place for avid hikers to get their steps in and experience the beauty of this natural wonder. Explore the Todra Gorge and other Moroccan tresses on one of our guided tours.

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Why visit the Todra Gorge

The Todra Gorge is a must-see for adventurous spirits. Wandering through this expansive canyon is enough to make anyone feel small. The grandeur of this naturally occurring gorge evokes a sense of awe in anyone who has the privilege of strolling through the Todra Gorge. Surrounding the Todra Gorge are several Berber villages where visitors can immerse themselves in the local culture and traditions. Meeting the Berber people, learning about their way of life, and experiencing their hospitality can be a highlight of a visit to the area.

What to do in the Todra Gorge

the view of some building from the Todra Gorge
The view from the Gorge

Take photos.

The Todra Gorge provides endless opportunities for budding photographers. Capture stunning images of the natural beauty and rugged terrain. From sunrise to sunset, the changing light and shadows create a mesmerizing atmosphere for photography enthusiasts. Whether you’re a professional or just want to take some photos to show people back home, the Todra Gorge is the perfect place to get some stunning snaps.

The Todra Gorge
The Todra Gorge

Do some hiking or rock-climbing.

The Todra Gorge offers fantastic opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, trekking, and rock climbing. There are hiking trails along the gorge floor and paths leading to panoramic viewpoints, providing adventurers with unforgettable experiences amidst nature. With its sheer rock walls and challenging routes, the Todra Gorge is a paradise for rock climbers of all levels. Climbers can test their skills on the limestone walls, which offer a variety of routes ranging from beginner-friendly to advanced.

inside the Todra gorge
Inside the Todra Gorge

Visit the local villages.

The Berber villages surrounding the Todra Gorge add depth and cultural richness to the experience of visiting this natural wonder in Morocco. The Berber villages in the Todra Gorge region are characterized by their traditional architecture, which often includes mud-brick homes with flat roofs and narrow alleyways. Many of these villages have been inhabited by Berber communities for centuries, maintaining their distinctive cultural identity. Visiting the Berber villages offers insight into the unique culture and lifestyle of the Berber people, who are indigenous to North Africa. Berbers have their own language, customs, and traditions. Visiting these Berber villages gives you the unique opportunity to learn all about these indigenous people right from the source.

Frequently asked questionsFrequently asked questions

Can I rent equipment for rock climbing in Todra Gorge?


Yes, there are outdoor outfitters and climbing shops in the nearby town of Tinghir where you can rent equipment for rock climbing in Todra Gorge.

Are there any accommodations near Todra Gorge?


What should I wear and bring for a visit to Todra Gorge?


When is the best time to visit the Todra Gorge

The best time to visit Todra Gorge is during the spring and fall, when the weather is mild and pleasant for outdoor activities.


The Todra Gorge captivates visitors with its natural beauty, outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, and tranquil ambiance, making it a must-visit destination in Morocco's Atlas Mountains. Visit its Berber villages to learn about traditional Moroccan culture and traverse the rock faces for a rock-climbing experience like no other. The tranquil hiking routes are a great way to spend the day and take in the natural beauty of Morocco’s stunning landscapes.

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