Follow ancient Berber trails across the Atlas mountains by making a trip to Imlil.
If your passion lies in the mountains, your stay in Morocco needs to include a tour of this highland village. The centre of mountain tourism, Imlil is the perfect place to begin a trip up a mountain, particularly if you want to experience Jebel Toubkal.
Of course, a trip to Imlil needs to begin with the highest standards of comfort and service which is provided by Home James Morocco to include:
- Total reliability
- A choice of beautiful, luxury cars
- Trusted, qualified drivers in tailored suits, who are multi-lingual with excellent local knowledge
- In-car WiFi and GPS
- Exceptional value
Known for its walnut, apple and cherry production, the town of Imlil experiences a cooler climate than other places in the mainland. This is mainly due to its location so high up in the Atlas mountains – around 5710ft above sea level.
Imlil welcomes climbers of all ages and abilities. Certified guides are on hand to offer visitors a variety of treks. And each walk gives plenty of opportunity to enjoy the majestic scenery of Toubkal and sample the local food.
Arranging your Imlil tour could not be easier. Simply fill out our quick and easy form and we’ll get straight back to you.
We will also send you a free guide detailing all the best places to visit during your time in Marrakech and Morocco. You can read up more about our trips to Imlil and the Atlas Mountains, as well as other highly recommended excursions that we organise for our clients.
For more information on our unforgettable day trips and tours, you can speak to one of English-speaking team. Just call us on +212 6 08 85 51 44.
Home James Morocco is not an agency – and we do not deal with any middlemen. Our cars are 100% owned by our company. All of our first-rate drivers are part of our full-time payroll.
These small details go along way to ensuring the highest standards on all our Marrakech tours are maintained at all times.
We look forward to hearing from you today. Thank you.
Director, Home James Morocco