Imlil, Morocco

Imlil-Valley-Morocco

Imlil is a Berber village with breathtaking views, situated on the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It was known for its production of walnuts, apples and cherries, before the flood that happened on 17 August 1995. Today, it benefits mostly from tourism, as it is a base for tourists en route to the Toubkal Mountain. There’s a variety of shops, restraunts and guesthouses that cater to the huge number of tourists.

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