Dar Imlil

Address: Imlil, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Imlil, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Imlil

The Atlas Mountains!

A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Nov 22, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

The journey up to the maintains was a pretty interesting trip it turns out there had been some freak weather in the mountains that hadn't been seen for 30 years. This lead to the river that came down from the atlas to marrakech bursting it's banks and flooding roads and washing away banks. We could tell it was pretty extreme as all along the road villagers were at the road side just watching the river rush past.
Our destination was ...

High Atlas Mountains, Morocco

A travel blog entry by trissy on Jul 03, 2014

29 photos

... greener and populated by many Berber villages. Again the scenery changed - still soft peaks but stonier and less vegetated. We stopped a few times along the way, and one particular place proved interesting. Cultivated 'fields' separated by limestone walls and quite well populated by Whinchat Shrikes and Corn Buntings. On we went until we reached the Plateau du Kik - a flower-strewn plateau where we had lunch, followed by an hour or so chasing crested larks. It was quite ...

High Atlas to Imlil

A travel blog entry by bibi64 on May 29, 2014

22 photos

... shops, schools etc in sight! Whilst the land is harsh it is also incredibly fertile, and what is produced from the land is wonderful whilst incredibly poor the people are self sufficient. Running ester and sewerage seems to be a problem. The gorge we stopped at was called Tizgui gorge. We then took some very bumpy off road tracks making our way back in and over Tizi-n-Telouet taking us to a high atlas Berber village of Telouet. This was fabulous . It has been so good having the ...

Trekking the High Atlas

A travel blog entry by spikidle on May 26, 2014

8 photos

... on the internet seems to suggest that it is enough to do on your own which is my preference as I like walking on my own and think it results in a higher sense of achievement having made it at the end. At the same time slightly nervous as it is not clear from peoples comments why it is easy and also people perception of the easiness of the trek is likely highly variable on people pervious trekking experience. I guess we can always change our mind or turn around in the ...

Day 12 - Coming Down

A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 19, 2013

18.09 - 05.00 starts are becoming the norm at the moment much to my displeasure. Thankfully today was our last one but it didn’t make it any easier. If anything, today was the hardest and i really was not in the mood to be getting up that early to climb another mountain now we have been up the highest. But rise i did to see the great sunrise as the stars faded away whilst we ate breakfast. The peaks we were climbing today were all over 400m and to ...