A bit earlier in the morning, a four wheel auto-car will take you in a splendid jaunt in the direction of Imlil village.
After an hour run north of Marrakech, you will arrive in the owesome Imlil village.
Imlil is a tiny village in the high Atlas.
It is about 5,710 ft above sea level.
What makes the village more attractive is Its closeness to the mountain of Jebel Toubkal,the highest summit in Northern Africa.
Therefore, Imlil has been considered as a mountainous tourist resort in the kingdom.
Most of its adventurous visitors head up to Toubkal’s peak point by riding donkeys and muels, and trekking accompanied by local guides.
This flourishing area has always been the most favourite resort particularly when Marrakech city knows those striking waves of heat.
The lunch meal is going to be taken along with one of the Amazeghen familes just around the resort.
Late in the afternoon we will go back to Marrakech after this breathtaking jaunt.