Asni Half Day Camel Ride & Hiking
Asni Half Day Camel Ride & Hiking – Marrakech day trips
The Atlas Mountains is the highest mountain in north africa, Mount Toubkal stretching to 4.165 meters above sea level.. These big chain of mountains divided into three parts: the Middle Atlas (north of Beni Mellal), the Anti-Atlas (south of Marrakech to Tafilalet) and the High Atlas Mountains between Marrakech and Ouarzazate and offer very impressive mountain biking trails, trekking trails and photography opportunities, Asni Half Day Camel Ride & Hiking.
We are offering you a way to see it all in one day!
Come with us and discover the hiding Berber villages of the High Atlas Mountains in a different style. This combined half day camel riding and half day walking allows you to see the best of both Asni & Ait Mizane Valley in one day
Asni Half Day Camel Ride & Hiking description:
The pick up from your hotel in Marrakech will be around 9:00am and you’ll begin with a scenic drive through the El Haouz Plain, towards the high Atlas Mountains via Tahnaouet (localmarket on Tuesdays), Valley Ghighaya, Moulay Brahim gorges, Asni (market on Saturdays) then between terraced fields of vegetables, Stunning views of the High Atlas Mountains fill the winding roads, from where you’ll meet of our team in Moulay Brahim. 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 amongst traditional Berber villages
- have lunch and tea with a local family in Asni or Imlil,
- according to your wishes.
- comfortable transport to/from Marrakech on 4WLD or minibus
- lunch in a traditional Berber home stay
- english speaking tour guide & mules if needed.
- Go on a camel ride for an hour and a half in the heart of the Atlas Mountains, only 50 km from Marrakech.
- Enjoy the panoramic view over the Atlas peaks.
- Walk through several Berber villages and get to meet the local people.
- Lunch in a local Berber house with a local Berber family.
- Mule if needed