Marrakech To Imlil Village Excursion

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Marrakech To Imlil Village Day Trip

Departure from Marrakesh on a comfortable 4x4 to head the trekking village of Imlil, passage by the beautiful desert Agafay, Lalla Takerkoust lake, Aguergour and the small Berber town of Asni. Imlil is the center of Morocco mountain tourism. It is a charming and peaceful small town built at the foot of the highest peak in Northern Africa (Toubkal 4167 m above sea level).

A day trip from Marrakech to Imlil is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of this great fertile valley, where the atmosphere of calm and serenity is guaranteed.

Either you walk around the village on food or take a mule ride mules you will have the pleasure to discover these tiny hamlets and explore the small shops selling Berber silver jewelry.

The day trip from Marrakesh to Imlil village is not recommended in December, Junanary and February due to snow and cold.

Tour In Brief

  • MDT31-16

    Tour Code

  • 1 Day


  • Standard


  • Marrakech

    Starts From

  • Marrakech

    Ends At

  • 1/5

    Physical Demands

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Day 1 : Marrakech - Tahnaout - Molay Brahim - Asni - Imlil Village - Asni - Molay Brahim - Tahnaout - Marrakech

  • Meals : No Meals Included
  • Distance : 90 km

1 Person(s)

90 EUR / person

  • Private Car

2 Person(s)

45 EUR / person

  • Private Car

3 Person(s)

30 EUR / person

  • Private Car

4 Person(s)

23 EUR / person

  • Private Car

5 Person(s)

18 EUR / person

  • Private Car

6 Person(s)

15 EUR / person

  • Private Car

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What's Included?

  • Start from your accommodation in Marrakech
  • Finish at your accommodation in Marrakech
  • English speaking local guide

What's Not Included?

  • Entrance Fees
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Extra

Interesting Places On Your Itinerary


Tahannaout or Tahnaout is a town and commune, capital of Al Haouz Province of the Marrakesh-Safi region of Morocco. It is located 34.5 kilometres (21.4 mi) by road south of Marrakesh, near the foot of the Atlas Mountains. It contains a Jewish cemetery.

Moulay Brahim

Moulay Brahim (died 1661 CE), nicknamed 'Bird of the Mountain', was a well-known Moroccan sufi saint. He was the grandson of Abdallah ibn Ḥusayn al-Ḥassani, the founder (c. 1525 CE) of the zawiya of Tameslouht, one of the greatest zawiyas in the region of Marrakech. The zawiya of Moulay Brahim was founded in 1628 CE during the reign of the Saadi sultan Zaydan al-Naṣir in the village originally named Kik, and since called Moulay Brahim. It is located a few kilometers to the west of Tameslouht.

Imlil Village

Imlil is a small village in the high Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is 1,740 metres (5,710 ft) above sea level. A portrait of Imlil and the problems and prospects of Morocco's mountain populations appeared in 1984 in the book by James A. Miller called Imlil and published by Westview Press. It is close to the mountain Jebel Toubkal, the highest peak in Northern Africa. Imlil makes a good base for attempting to summit Toubkal.

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