After breakfast, departure in 4×4 to the mountain. Your itinerary will first cross the gorges of Moulay Brahim before reaching Asni, a Berber village located at 1150 m of altitude, at the foot of Mount Toubkal.
This is where you will leave the road to take the trail that climbs the mountain with great views of the Valley. You thus climb up to a pass located almost exactly at 2000 m and which allows the passage from the valley of Asni to the valley of the Ourika.
This itinerary is worth for the beauty of the payasages and also the crossing of Berber villages built on mountain sides. The inhabitants make their living from livestock farming and also cultivate the smallest piece of land more or less horizontally. When the slopes are too steep, they build terraces to reclaim some cultivable space. Depending on the season, you can see the sowing, the harvesting or the threshing and the boasting of the cereals. Some “ovens” produce charcoal.
The trail, a little further, reaches the road of the Oukaïmden which you will descend in direction of the valley of the Ourika whose reputation is no longer to do. You can have lunch in the Valley.
In the afternoon, return to Marrakech that you will reach in the late afternoon.
OUR OFFER INCLUDES
- 4×4 tour with driver, all expenses included, even fuel
- Lunch in the Ourika Valley
- local taxes
OUR OFFER DOES NOT INCLUDE
- drinks, extra and all personal expenditure
- any benefit not explicitly mentioned above
Lunch OPTION at the Kasbah du TOUBKAL in Imlil
Lunch can be organised at the Kasbah of Toubkal, in Imlil. Very nice establishment that offers an exceptional view of Imlil itself and the Mont Toubkal.
- in this case, the walk goes in the opposite direction and thus begins with the Valley of the Ourika
- the Kasbah of Toubkal does not serve alcoholic drinks, but you can bring your bottle of wine
- This offer is valid within the limits of the availability of cars and all services necessary for the realization of the circuit
- All runways may be temporarily impassable after heavy rain, thunderstorms or heavy snowfalls. These circumstances beyond our control may require us to modify, postpone or cancel the excursion.