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One Day Excursions to Asni & Imlil

One Day Excursions to Asni & Imlil
Marrakech
1

Hours

Availability
  • Everyday.
Duration 1

Hours

Language (s)
  • français,
  • english,
  • española.
Return Time 17:00,18:00

Availability

Duration

Language (s)

Return Time

  • Everyday.
1

Hours

  • français,
  • english,
  • española.
17:00,18:00
Highlights

• Enjoy the nature, the mountains which are incredible on the way to Asni

• Take a special lunch Berber tagine in a natural place

• Discover many rivers which are numerous in the region of Imlil

• A walk to discover the charm of this wonderful place of the Atlas Mountains

 

Description

Departure from Marrakesh in the morning to visit this magical site Imlil, the starting point of many hiking, this is a wonderful place for those who would walk in the Toubkal Massif. The highest peak in North Africa.

Imlil is small and beautiful it was the most important point for National Geographics and more of nature photographers and lovers, Berber village is known for its miraculous beauty and original landscapes and limitless arousing the admiration of visitors will definitely enjoy the various ups and downs of the mountains bordering the entrance to the large Moroccan Atlas. This excursion takes us into the Atlas Mountains to see a vast array of vegetation, colored rock cliffs, mountain streams, Berber villages, and local mountain people. The local souks at Tahanaout and Asni (Tuesdays and Saturdays) are a wonderful opportunity to photograph traditional rural markets that are bustling with activity. In Imlil, you will take a short hike 1h30 and admire the beautiful scenery and Berber village.

Finally, you will take the road back in the afternoon, leaving you in charge of an image so memorable that you will keep forever.

What's included
  •  
    Air-conditioned and comfortable round trip transportation
  •  
    Professional driver
  •  
    Local guide
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    Service Quality
Not included?
  •  
    Restoration
  •  
    Personal expenses
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    Drinks
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