Imlil is a Berber village situated in a part of the Atlas Mountain at 1,800 meters (5,900 ft.) above sea level;
it is close to the mountain, Toubkal is the highest peak in Africa after Kilimanjaro with 40671 meters.
Imlil is the center of mountain tourism in Morocco due to its unique position it is a good base and
good location for nature lovers and peaks mountain climbers, Toubkal as it lies at the end of the tarmac road.
The journey begins at 09:30 from your hotel and continues through the Atlas Mountains, with photo stops in a stunning landscape. Arrive at Imlil village; make a short stop to refresh after the drive if needed, then meet the local guide.
We suggest a 3-hour walk with mountain guides for safety and security and mules for those who want this experience. The hike offers breathtaking panoramic views, and along the way, hikers can see traditional Berber villages and learn about their unique culture.
Once the walk is done, you can have lunch in a local Berber family house. After you finish your lunch, we head back to Marrakech in Asni, taking a different route via Plato D’kik, overlooking the Agafay Marrakech desert and Lala Takrcoust Lac.
There are beautiful views to discover, and we will stop for pictures. Along the way, you will get to experience a plethora of stunning landscapes as well as get to know more about the local culture.
If your trip falls on a Tuesday Berber market, you’ll be transported back in time. You will experience a bustling market with local Berbers selling their products.