The journey continues through the Middle and High Atlas mountains towards the south, offering a bird’s eye view of the Todgha Valley and the Tinghir oasis. Along the way, a nomadic Berber family is encountered having tea in a tent near the summer pastures. Their ancestors gradually settled in the region, transitioning from long-distance transhumance to primarily living from sheep breeding. This stop provides insight into the construction and organization of life in a woven tent, as well as the techniques for working with available materials.

Leather tahrit bag for wedding ceremony: detail of decoration Ait Atta, Jebel Saghro, Morocco
Bag in sheep’s leather. Women’s handiwork Ait Atta, Jebel Saghro, Morocco
Pendant, champlevé enamel Ait Imaghran, Ouarzazate
Fibula, champlevé enamel Tillit, Dadès Valley, Morocco
Women’s taounza headdress Ait Imaghran, Ouarzazate, Morocco
Taounza headdress, Ait Sedrate, Tazenarte, Morocco