Tamount, female of Amon in Amazigh Moorish (Berber) language, meaning “Union”. Espace Tamount was born in 2007, it is a successful sustainable tourism project funded by Moulay Hafid Fardi, self-dedication man who decided to invest in his home village. This project’s goals are to create, develop and promote mountains expertise works and projects, to promote and implement sustainable development goals SDGs in rural communities and in the main time the research and development of sustainable tourism in Moroccan Atlas Mountains.
Espace Tamount’s approach starts with improving the local people way of life in Morocco Mountains. Our focus and work on sustainable tourism create the results required for a better living environnement, and we look to take action in collaboration and cooperation with local, regional, national and international communities.
The Espace Tamount team is naturally passionate to combine the native culture of Morocco’s mountains and climate actions, engaging in raising awareness about climate change through all cultural forms in mountain areas as well in urban level. We work to promote old Amazigh Moorish traditions and methods of protecting the environment and mainly strengthening sustainable tourism as a lever for implementing sustainable development goals of rural communities in Morocco.