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Make A Holiday Rental House in Imlil, Morocco, Your Home Away From Home

Imlil is a small village situated in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, and is a popular place to stay for people who wish to go climbing and hiking in the area. A holiday rental house in Imlil makes an ideal place to base yourself as your enjoy this fascinating and beautiful region of Morocco. Whether you will be actively hiking in the area, or simply wish to have a tranquil holiday away from the stresses of the modern world, self catering accommodation in Imlil has all you need to feel right at home.

Things to Do on Holiday in Imlil, Morocco

A holiday in Imlil really is about exploring and enjoying the great outdoors. There are a seemingly endless number of tracks that can be walked for people of all skill levels. You can do this with a pack on your back, or even hire a donkey or mule if you find it easier! In fact, if you tire of walking, you could hire a horse for the day and try that instead! Nature lovers will love the vast expanses of natural beauty, and the chance to see many rare species of birds. During the winter, skiing is possible in the Atlas Mountains, as well, meaning that you can book a holiday rental house in Imlil at any time of the year.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Imlil, Morocco

Exploring the surrounding area to see some of the attractions is a must whilst on holiday in Imlil. If you want to see or even climb Toubkal, which is the highest mountain in North Africa, you can do it here! If walking through the hills and valleys at a more relaxed pace is more your style, then don’t forget to visit the many Berber villages which are scattered about these parts. If you have access to a vehicle, then there are many scenic drives in the area, and you could even drive to Marrakesh, where spending a day will reveal a splendid city with fascinating architecture. The souk (market) is also a must-see – just remember not to get lost in the labyrinth-like streets!

Weather in Imlil, Morocco

The village of Imlil is set at 1700 metres above sea level, and so its weather can vary from that of lowland Morocco. There are four distinct seasons, but the night time temperatures can drop quite significantly, especially during the winter. January to march is the wettest time of year, and it is not unusual to see 6 or even 8 inches of rain in a month. Temperatures can drop below freezing at night, although can climb to 14 degrees Celsius during the day. The driest and warmest month of the year is in July, with temperatures of high-twenties and very little rainfall. Some people escape lowland Morocco during this time of year in order to experience the more pleasant temperatures in Imlil.

Travel to Imlil, Morocco

The international airport at Marrakech (RAK) is the nearest one to the self catering accommodation in Imlil. Of interest to tourists visiting from the UK will be the regular British Airways flight from London Gatwick (LGW), and Thomson Airways flying out of Manchester (MAN). It is probably best to arrange onward transportation to your holiday rental house in Imlil before you arrive.

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              Very pleasant stay

              4 of 5
              Small Berber home accessed via a path and shared gate. Vibrantly decorated, which makes it feel very cheerful. Moroccan-style furniture - low tables, no sofa, and no seating on the terrace apart from a 'poof' and a low stool. We didn't find it that comfortable, but there are plenty of cushions, so you can improvise to make it a bit more bearable. The garden isn't private - it is next to a shared path that is used to access adjoining cottages. The terrace is also (potentially) overlooked - although there was no one else around when we stayed. I certainly wouldn't have been comfortable sunbathing if there had been more people about. The rooms are rather basic, and quite dark - this may have been a factor of the time of year (we visited in mid-October). There is no sink in the bathroom - meaning you had to use the sink in the kitchen after you used the toilet, so not ideal for those who are very particular, and although the shower looks very basic, the water pressure was good and the water was hot! We had a car, and we able to explore the local area for some great walks. The area is very quiet, and there is very little traffic on the road, and driving is straightforward and relatively safe. The saving grace for this property is the food and service provided by Mohammed and is lovely wife. We opted for breakfast and dinner on most days. Breakfast consisted berber coffee (highly perfumed, strong, but pleasant), plenty of homemade Moroccan bread, and homemade jam. Dinner was a tagine with meat (chicken or goat), vegetables and more of the bread. The food was simple, tasty and filling, although the portions weren't huge - there was always enough.
              • Review Submitted: 12-Nov-2015
              • Date of Stay: Oct 2015

              What a fabulous birthday treat

              5 of 5
              For my birthday a group of friends treated me to a 3 day stay at Kasbah Africa....itwas the big 50 after all. We are all keen walkers but you cannot go to Marrakech and not explore it a bit first. Chaos, colour, vibrant the works. Nice to stay near the centre at Riad Africa who looked after everything we needed but we couldn't wait to get to the mountains. Kasbah Africa was all it promised and more. Unbeknown to me my riends had rented the whole place so it was our private gettaway. Great rooms, fab food and a cold drink by the pool but it was the scenery and the walking that stole the show. Abdul the guide was knowledgable, courteous and everything was no problem. Picnics were taken with great views, tea was drunk in villages and views have burnt themselves forever into my memory. Back at Kasbah a hot shower, good meal and comfy place to sleep and we were a very happy group and were sad to leave. We booked the whole package through Kasbah and were glad we did as all the sections; transport, accomadation and guides all connected perfectly.
              • Review Submitted: 03-Jul-2015
              • Date of Stay: May 2015