Kasbah du Toubkal
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
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Our accommodation is near the village of Imlil which is a very small village in the high Atlas Mountains. It is 1,740 metres above sea level. Toubkai is the highest mountain in Northern Africa, our villa faces directly out to it. Although the Berber people who live here rely now on a lot of tourists who do the summit treks, (highest point is 4100 m …
Well I'm not sure where to start really it's so hard to actually capture everything, the countryside we have seen today is so diverse, it's incredible, feels like we have driven through multiple countries. We had a wonderfully comfortable night in our Riad at Ait Be haddou, our driver asked if we wanted to leave a little later which I wanted as I …
Step. Step. Onto the rock. Careful, don't skid off. Step. Step. How hot is it today? Not a cloud in the entire sky. Step. Step. Move closer as you pass the juniper tree. Catch its shade for a minute. But only a minute. Step. Step. Avoid the donkey ****. Cast a sideways glance. That blue sky does sit nicely above that barren ridge. So brown and rocky up there. So different lower down. The snow melt off the Toubkal range sets off a dozen little streams. Waterfalls ...
... mosques - they are not funded by the government and so locals put collection boxes out for people to make donations to the completion of the places of worship. Mohammed told us that the current state had been the same for two years - the minaret and loudhailer was already in place and decorated with ornate bricks, while the rest of the mosque was a simple breeze block structure. We continued our climbs, passing mule trains en route, their night saddles laden with ...
... mountains in the background. Our walk took us to a Berber house for lunch where we sat in a beautifully decorated dining room and had a delicious egg tagine which is like to a omelette with lots of vegetables. During our walk on the first day we crossed waterfalls in beautiful sunshine, scrambled up steep hillsides on rocky shale which the Berber used as paths everyday, crossed rivers using logs for bridges or rocks as stepping ...