Imlil, at the edge of Mount Toubkal
Leave the stuffy climate of Marrakech for the freshness of the High Atlas mountains, just a few tens of kilometers away, in the National Park of the Toubkal, the second highest peak in all of Africa with its 4,167m of altitude.
We climb up by a small road which winds through the hills. On these, you can observe terraced farming up to the Imlil village, starting point of treks since it is located at the bottom of the Toubkal. On the way, you will have the opportunity to ride a camel.
The view from Imlil spreads on the deep valleys and the steep mountains with their snow-capped peaks.
We are offering a 1h30 naturalist walk starting from the Kasbah Toubkal, with a local guide, who comments the scenery and shows you the local flora. You will have lunch with the villagers.
Return by the Kik plateau with its cereal crops and the Lalla Takerkoust dam, which gifts a beautiful panoramic viewpoint.
All year round
65€ per person on the basis of 3 people
Number of people
From 3 to 8 people
– Waterfalls and irrigation system
– Natural beauty of the National Park
– Immersion in nature
– Impressive trees
– Camel ride at 10am
– Hike with a local guide at noon
– Lunch in the village at 2pm
– Return by the Kik plateau and the Lalla Takerkoust dam, arrival in Marrakech at 5pm
– 1 hour camel ride
– Mountain guide
– Fresh water on demand
– Your purchases