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Atlas Day Trek

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Imlil, Morocco

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $85 USD per person
  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Every Day

  • Starting Location

    Marrakech

  • Price Includes

    Private Transport - Lunch: Starter-Main-Fruit - English speaking guide - Welcome Mint Tea - Water for the walk.

  • Notes

    Note: Lunch will be served inside a Berber house in Tinghrine ancient village, there is also a possibility of getting a mule ride during the day.

Highlights

  • High Atlas Mountains
  • Toubkal, the highest peak in north Africa in sight
  • The Berber lifestyle
  • Moroccan Food
  • Visit the Berber villages

Trip Info

High Atlas Full Day Trek: Spend a day among the Berbers

The High Atlas, the greatest mountain range of North Africa, is perhaps the most beautiful and intriguing part of Morocco. It has retained a remoteness which until recent decades was virtually complete, and contains villages where the way of life has changed little for centuries. Visit Imlil, gateway to Toubkal National Park.

Trip Itinerary:

Marrakech–Imlil-Tinghrine–Marrakech.

At 8h00, Depart from Marrakech towards Imlil (1740m), point of departure for this trek, meet our team at 9h30 (1h30 drive). Then start a walk toward Imnane Valley via the pass Tizi n’Tamaterte (2279m), panoramic views above two valleys (Imlil valley & Imnane Valley), go down to the village Tinghrine and take lunch near the river.

After the lunch you will follow the River and cross many Berber villages, with their terraced culture. Arrive at the Berber village Ikiss then turn left to go through the mountain pass of Aguerssioual 1900m, go down to the valley, here you will meet you driver to pick you up to Marrakech. 7h walking.

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