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Tel: +212 649 993 257

Email: letsgo2morocco@gmail.com

 

Patente: 46419034

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Tagadirt n´Ait Ali,

Asni,

Marrakech,

Province Tensift  Al Haouz,

MOROCCO

42152

 

Tel / Whatsapp: +212 649 993 257

Email: letsgo2morocco@gmail.com

Lets Go 2 Morocco - Sustainable Responsible Tourism and Community Projects in the heart of rural Morocco

© 2015 -2019 by Karima Rebecca Powell.

 

trek description

Departure in a private vehicle from Marrakech at 9am, and drive to Imlil Valley passing by Moulay Brahim Gorges and Asni centre; well-known with its weekly Berber market every Saturday. After a further 17km we arrive in Imlil (1,740m); a starting point of several trekking and walking options through the High Atlas valleys and Berber villages including Mount Toubkal (4167m); the highest summit in North Africa. Here you will leave our vehicle to take a welcome glass of mint tea in the village and meet your local mountain guide prior to setting out for your hike which takes around 3-4 hrs walking. The route takes you towards the south to the Berber village of Aremd at 2000m passing the hamlets of Ait Souka, Targa, Imoula, with a stop to see Tagartoun Waterfall. From Aremd village you will be able to enjoy a panoramic view over the neighbouring villages and the high Atlas Peaks such as Mount Toubkal, Aguelzim summit, Adrar el Hadj, Tamatert pass, Mzik pass and Asaoul.

Itinerary

Imlil -Aremd -Tagartoun Waterfalls

Depart Marrakech 09am. Arrive in Imlil around 11:00 am (1,740m), You will meet your Mountain Guide and enjoy a glass of mint tea before the trek.

You will trek through villages and the waterfall to Aremd (1,843m) for lunch

A short visit through Aremd with its narrow streets includes lunch in one of the Local Berber Lodges, then a walk through the irrigated terraced fields of barley, corn and vegetables and always surrounded by almond and walnut trees. The trek then continues until the stop for mint tea which will be served among a Berber family in the village of Mzik. After tea you set off back down the other side of the valley back to Imlil passing by the village of Arghen, and the return trip to Marrakech.