Explore the village of Imlil with lunch looking out over the second highest African summitTravel to Toubkal Massif, a national park full of craggy mountain peaks and deep valleys. Toubkal contains the highest summits in the Atlas chain of Mountains. Roads teem with peasants, domestic animals, scooters and Lorries belching diesel fumes. We will exit at the small village of Imlil, the starting point for exploring the Toubkal area.
Enjoy a 20 minute hike, approximately, to a restaurant for lunch facing Mount Toubkal (12 700 ft), the second highest African summit after Kilimandjaro.
Hotel pick-up is organised from centrally located hotels in the Gueliz and Hivernage areas.