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Day-Trip to Imlil Valley including Camel Ride from Marrakech

Highlights
  • Imlil and Atlas Mountains day trip from Marrakech
  • Ascend the Atlas foothills past Berber villages, walnut groves, and lush valleys
  • Visit an argan oil co-operative and Berber market (Saturdays only)
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Day-Trip to Imlil Valley including Camel Ride from Marrakech
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Day-Trip to Imlil Valley including Camel Ride from Marrakech
From US$79.01
Overview
Escape bustling Marrakech and walk in Morocco’s High Atlas range on this day trip. Drive through the Toubkal National Park to the village of Imlil in the Atlas foothills, and enjoy a guided hike past waterfalls and Berber hamlets, learning about Berber culture on route. Tour a Berber village, savor a traditional Berber lunch, and enjoy an optional riverside camel ride. Lunch, private transport, and hotel pickup and drop-off included.
What to Expect
Depart your Marrakech hotel by air-conditioned vehicle and travel south into the High Atlas Mountains to Imlil, a Berber village that’s the last hiking stop below Mt. Toubkal.

Follow twisting roads past lush valleys and terraced fields, and visit a women’s argan oil co-operative in the village of Tahnouat. Watch the workers making argan oil products and then ascend further to the village of Asni. If it’s a Saturday, stop to browse Asni’s traditional Berber market before continuing higher to Imlil, stopping for photos on route.

On arrival, enjoy a tea or coffee, and meet a local guide for your 2- to 3-hour trek. Walk through Berber hamlets, walnut orchards, and terraced fields; admire waterfalls and spectacular mountain panoramas; and hear about Berber culture and places of interest from your guide.

Break for a traditional Berber lunch and then continue to another Berber village, where, if possible on the day, you'll visit a private family home for some refreshing mint tea or coffee with biscuits.

After leaving Imlil in the late afternoon, enjoy an optional camel ride by the River Moulay Ibrahim before finishing your tour with a drop-off at your Marrakech hotel.
Reviews (54)
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Reviewed yesterday
Look no further if you're into nature and moderate hiking

If you’re looking for something outside busy Marrakech and you’re into the nature/heritage, then this tour is for you. I’m impressed by the excellent and seamless organisation of the tour itself - riding a camel, seeing the Argan oil cooperative, Saturday local markets, seeing the...More

Thank 564vincentm
Reviewed 4 days ago
Excellent Trip with Hassan and Ibrahim

Probably the best excursion I've ever been on. Hassan was our driver and was friendly and great fun. The day was varied including the camel ride, visit to a local market and to the Argan Oil women's co-operative. The highlight of the tour was the...More

1  Thank Sthelensfella
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fantastic hike

We had a beautiful hike in the Atlas mountains. Our guide Mustapha added to to the experience. He is born and raised in one of the villages and had much to tell about the mountain life in good english. During the walk he took his...More

1  Thank kanskesenare
Reviewed 1 week ago
Totally perfect day

Our one day trip to the Imlil Valley exceeded all expectations. I booked the private excursion months ago with Ibrahim, the owner. He was very communicative, organized and professional. The driver Mohammed met us at our Riad (on time to the minute) and drove us...More

4  Thank emc1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Stunning scenery and heartwarming hospitality

From start to finish our guide Mustapha made our experience all the more special with his kindness and enthusiasm. We were a little apprehensive initially because we had booked online , but our worries were soon allayed when he arrived outside our hotel in a...More

2  Thank Rebecca W
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