Auberge Atlas Tichka

200m du Centre d' Imlil B.P. 29 Asni par Marrakech, Imlil, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 200m du Centre d' Imlil B.P. 29 Asni par Marrakech, Imlil, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Imlil

    Morocco part 3: imlil

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 15, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... the front seat with another man on my lap. At least we bartered a good price of 7.5dh each (~1 usd). After a 10min uphill hike with all our bags, we finally reached our hotel in imlil. It took us more than a day to make it from merzouga to imlil, not to mention we didn't have a good night's rest in either the desert and on the bus, so we had a long nap. The hotel was a great deal, for 20euros, we had the entire place for ourselves. Plus we got their best ...

    High Atlas Mountains, Morocco

    A travel blog entry by trissy on Jul 03, 2014

    29 photos

    ... of Choughs by the side of the road. We tried to creep up on them but they were quite shy and hopped off as soon as we got anywhere close! Meanwhile, Nigel had spotted a Pied Wheatear so we set off in pursuit, followed by a gang of little boys who were desperate to get their hands on our cameras and binoculars! Roy and Nigel obliged but they weren't going to get their sticky hands on my gear!! On to the N'Fis reservoir where we had great hopes of seeing a Hoopoe at least ...

    Day 9 - Lac D'Ifni

    A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 16, 2013

    ... tea in one of the man made dry stone shelters we have found all along our route then got down to business, swimming and sunbathing! The waters of the lake were cold but refreshing in the midday heat, which was building up nicely. Thankfully, we had a choice of shops - even up here - to quench our thirst. Apparently the shop owners live up here and the only trade they get is from walkers. It seems crazy but i suppose it must work or they ...

    Day 8 - Down & In

    A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 15, 2013

    ... It was only a glimpse into the local life but it was enough to see it is very labour intensive but full of friendliness. We continued down the track passing through almond and walnut trees, then a stream bed, which seemed to be little more than a sewer, until we eventually reached our campsite, squeezed in between the river and cliff, perched on a ledge. Dinner was waiting for us as it was only just past midday. ...

    1526. Reaching Toubkal

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 05, 2013

    61 photos

    ... me over. It's clear that they don't get a lot of tourists passing through this route. Almost all the tourism is on the north side of Toubkal. It's actually a welcome sight. I've very hungry and all eat anything--even a couple of overpriced fried eggs with a piece of old bread, which is pretty much all the guy has. He's got a couple of packaged biscuits that expired long ago... I wonder how long he's been waiting here for a customer. The the trail follows along ...