A day trip to Imlil and the High Atlas Mountains from Marrakech offers a chance to escape the city and immerse yourself in the stunning natural beauty of the mountains. You can explore the village of Imlil, engage with the locals, and embark on a trek or hike through picturesque landscapes. Enjoy a traditional Moroccan lunch and return to Marrakech with lasting memories of the mountains and Berber hospitality.
Imlil is approximately 64 km south of Marrakesh, and it can be reached by road through the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains … Imlil is the end of the tarmac road, and is a natural place to hire mountain guides and mules for the onward trek. It is a good starting point for a trekking holiday or for climbing Toubkal, the highest mountain in North Africa (4167m).
On Saturdays you can visit the Asni Berber market, walk up to the Kasbah and explore the surrounding trails, superb views along the valley of Riraya… At this point in the mountains, it becomes true Berber country… Arrival to Imlil and meet your guide & muleteer for the hiking or mule riding, walk through the small High Atlas Mountain village of Aremd.
The Film ‘Seven years in Tibet’ was part filmed in the village.
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