Aotsman lachguer

My name is Aotsman lachguer Moroccan borne in 1977 in high Atlas Mountain in Asni village, speaking flownt English and French language.

I used to work in tourism for 14 years since 2004 as an operation manager in guides office at imlil center and in differents other positions like a Pool-Poy, Waiter, Receptionist, Concierge and Mountain Guide.

In 2011 I created a tourism cooperative to supporting our local people . our team as guides, Muller and cooker man are from the villages around of our community.

I am here to shear with you my experience by our activities through trekking in high atlas, Sahara, imperial cities. If you are a family with kids or not, groups, or individuals I am at your servers to adapted your programs to suit all categories .

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Exploring the asni souk with aotsman

Our engagements

  • A local service
  • The advice and expertise of a team
  • Availability 24/24 and 7 days
  • A fast and effective intervention

Our programs

LOCAL SHORT WALKS

There are some fabulous walks from asni village which can be tailo-made to suit your needs .

Whether you would like to venture down to the river walks through the village of asni or go into the hills we can suggest something which is as long or as short as you like we do recommend a guide for all of our walks which can be booked either before your arrival or once you are at our guest house in asni.

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AROUND ASNI VALLEY WALK

A short walk from the Kasbah following a smooth marked path up to the foot of Anfa hill. From there walk downhill to Tagadirt village at 1300m .Take a short break in a Berber house to sip a glass of mint tea before returning through Eucalyptus trees to our guest house.

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ANFA WALK

Scale the landscape adjacent to Asni village climbing to a lookoutpoint, from where you enjoy some of the panoramic views of the green valley and the Atlas peaks at the backdrop. Following the marked path through juniper trees, you reach the other look out on the other end of the hill. Walk the last section of the path gently down to the dirt track to join Asni village.

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