Visit two of Morocco's most famous kasbahs, Ait Benhaddou and Telouet, on a tour through the country's stunning Ouarzazate Valley.
Day trip to Kasbah Du Toubkal
Day trip to Kasbah Du Toubkal, Morocco
From Marrakesh, you will be taken to the Kasbah Du Toubkal, in the High Atlas Mountains. Leaving Marrakesh, you climb gradually into the mountains, stopping en route at a local souq or somewhere to get a feel for mountain life. As you climb the river valley towards Jebel Toubkal, you arrive at the village of Imlil, an important provisioning base for those going on treks into the mountains. Here you leave the vehicle and either walk or ride a mule the remaining few hundred yards up the valley to Kasbah Du Toubkal.
Originally the kasbah of a local tribal ruler, Kasbah du Toubkal has now been restored and converted into a rustic but comfortable hotel. You will have lunch on the rooftop, with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. After lunch you have the option to relax and unwind, perhaps with a visit to the Kasbah's traditional hammam (steam bath), or you can take a short walk / mule ride to one of the nearby villages to join the Berbers in their favourite pastime: drinking mint tea.
In the late afternoon you leave Kasbah Du Toubkal to walk back to Imlil for your transfer back to Marrakesh.
Speak to someone
who's been there
- 1 800 817 796
- Make an enquiry
Photos of Day trip to Kasbah Du Toubkal
Other experiences in Marrakesh
These activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences around where you're staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident's eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can suggest tours and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the local ways of life.
Head into the High Atlas Mountains to meet and have a traditional lunch with a Berber family before visiting the Assafou Foundation, a charity that supports local children, women and older men who want to further their education.
La Maison Arabe in Marrakesh offers cooking workshops designed for anyone who wishes to discover the pleasures of Moroccan cooking.
An ancient Portuguese fortress that dates from the 18th century (formerly called Mogador) and one of the most attractive towns along Morocco’s Atlantic coast.
The gardens of Marrakech are as famous as the medina itself and with or without a particular interest in gardening you will be sure to enjoy time spent in these beautiful retreats.
In the morning you visit the historical sights, including the Saadien Tombs, the Koutoubia Mosque, and the El Badia Palace. In the afternoon you focus on the arts and crafts of the city visiting the souqs and concluding at the Djemaa El Fna.
Experience the tastes and smells of Moroccan cuisine with this tour that will take you through the culinary delights of Marrakesh’s Djema el Fna and its surrounding souqs.
Pick up your camera for this half-day tour that takes in the workshops of Marrakesh’s artisans, medieval inns and Museum of Photography.