“A trek to remember…………………………..a beauty to worship………………………”

Imlil Valley is a small village located at 1740m above the sea level & far from Marrakech about 64km & 1h30 driving, Snowy Atlas offers a spectacle looks magical. For our day tours from Marrakech we selected for you: the best Day Camel Trek from your stay in Marrakech at 9h00 to the High Atlas Mountains- the biggest mountain range in North Africa. It offers extremely impressive mountain biking possibilities, hiking trails and mountain biking and photography and is the ideal place for day trips from Marrakech.

Highlights of Atlas Mountains Camel Ride & Trek

  • Imlil Valley Landscape and its berber villages
  • Atlas Mountains Valley
  • Toubkal Summit and other peaks View
  • Ghighaya River & Imlil Waterfalls
  • Wonderful cultural experience along the trail

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Marrakech – Moulay Ibrahim Gorges - Imlil 1740m - Valley Hike – Marrakech:
  • Pick up from your stay in Marrakech at 9h00 and drive through Houze plaine, magical views of the high Atlas Mountains, meet of our team, guide, camels and start riding camels through a juniper forest, stunning view of Asni villages and high atlas mountains 1h or 2h riding , after that meet again your driver nearby the village of Asni and drive to imlil valley 1740m, Imlil is a village in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is a good starting point for a trekking holiday or for climbing Mt Toubkal the highest mountain in North Africa (4167m) and starting point to do many different treks around the High Atlas Mountains Start your trek around the berber villages ( lunch and tea in local berber village and family)

Cost Includes:

  • Pick up & drop by private car .
  • Camel Ride through a juniper forest
  • Mountain Guide Speaking English
  • Tea and Lunch in the top of highest village

 

Cost Excludes:

  • Personal Travel insurance
  • Tip
  • Soft drink ( water....)

What is the weather like?

What is the weather like? The best time of year for trekking is from around May to October. In May and November it can still be very cold at night – below freezing – and there is the possibility of snowfalls which can result in a change of route. Usually by the end of May the snow has gone and even the summit of Toubkal is free of snow. In the height of summer it can be very hot – up to 40C – during the day but the nights are still cold. Although the climate is generally dry and sunny, heavy storms can occur at any time.

Trip Information

  • Destination Toubkal
  • Trip Difficulty Moderate
  • Activity Trekking & Camel Trek
  • Max Person 02 - 26 Person
  • Accommodation Available on Request
  • Mx.Altitude 2100 Meter
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
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