Atlas Trek Packages – Package 3

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5 Days
Availability : Jan - Dec
Min Age : 12+
Max People : 10
Tour Details

Package 3 : Berber villages and Camel Ride 5 Days Trek

Departure & Return Location

Marrakech/Imlil (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • 4 Night Accommodation In Hotel/Guesthouse/Berber houses (as per tour details)
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Meals (as per tour details)
  • Mules Or Porters (as per tour details)
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Tips
  • Driver Tips
  • Any Private Expenses


The pick up from your hotel in Marrakech will be around 9:00 am and you’ll begin with a scenic drive through the El Haouz Plain. Stunning views of the High Atlas Mountains fill the winding roads, from where you’ll meet of our team in Moulay Brahim. Each tour includes an English-speaking guide who will assist in locating your camels and starting your ride a juniper forest, complete with stunning views of Asni and it’s surrounding villages and the High Atlas Mountains. After 1-2 hours of riding, you’ll meet your driver nearby the village of Asni and drive to Imlil valley (1740m). Imlil is a village in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco and is famous for being the starting point for climbing Mt Toubkal, the highest mountain in North Africa (4167m). You will start your trek among traditional Berber villages and have lunch and tea with a local family Imlil, night inside a guesthouse


Departure from Imlil for a short and pleasant drive south winding our way up through the Ait Mizane gorges to arrive at the higher foothills of the western high atlas mountains and our trailhead of Imi oughlad with the Jbel Toubkal , here we alight from our vehicle and meet up with muleteer crew. We set off up in north-westerly direction for a 2 hour acclimatization hike up, passing by cornfields woods pine and juniper to the Tiz n’tachete, where we shall stop to look back down on the Imlil before carrying on for another half hour to imi n’ifri and our field picnic. Then a slow hike for about 2 and half hours south-west down along a dirt track to Assif n’ ait oussaden and the red clay terraced village of Tiziane.


After breakfast we now set off on our hike up along the Assif n’ait oussaden valley, passing through the walnuts groves , up to Tizi n’taghrhourte (1995m) and through to a rare almost flat stretch to arrive at assaka spring, where we will stop for our field picnic amidst and awesome silence after some 2 and half hours relatively easy walking. Our afternoon’s hike takes us down along the edges of the forest until we reach the berber village of D’knt (1870m) or Agouns n Assoul where we will have our dinner and spent the in a bivouac or gite .


We set off for our morning’s 3 hours hike up through groves of walnut trees, fields of corn and barley to greet the many sheep and goatherds – and women. We traverse the Tizi n’tagdalte to the descent among the juniper trees till we come to a small spring set among the trees, where we will stop for our picnic. Once refreshed, we are off down winding tracks of upper slopes for some 3 hours to come to a small river at the beginning of the valley of Assif n’ait oussaden. From here we enter the village of Tizi oussem (1850m) then up to the summer village Of Tamsoult for our camp or gite.


Today involves a fantastic climb out of the Azzadene Valley. You’ll head up the valley towards the summer village of Azib n Tamsoult from where you’ll head up to Ighouliden waterfalls prior to trek back over the pass at Tizi n Mzik (2489m) for lunch before descending down into Imlil and spend the night in our place in Imlil. Or go down to Marrakech.
Approx 5 to 6 hours walking.


This itinerary is just a guideline and subject to change to suit local weather conditions

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