Hop on a 4x4 jeep from your hotel or riad in Marrakech and cross the Agafay Desert, located just an hour’s drive from the city. Stop at the man-made Lalla Takerkoust Lake, whose water runs down from the majestic Grand Atlas Mountains.
Continue your excursion to the settlement of Aguergour, where you will enjoy a Berber teawith a local family who will explain their traditions and way of life. Learn the customs of this nomad village as you explore the breathtaking Kik Plateau.
Next, head to the village of Imlil, located in the high Atlas Mountains, and embark on a walking tour accompanied by an English-speaking guide. Admire the hamlet’s typical buildings, adapted to the rugged landscape of the peaks and then set off on a one-hour tour by mule to get a closer look at this unique scenery. At the end of the ride, you’ll have 60 minutes to try the local dishes of Imlil.
After lunch, climb back on the all-terrain vehicle to head back to Marrakech. During the journey, you will come across various Berber settlementsscattered across the mountains.