About Dar Tighoula
Riad Dar Tighoula is set in the small village of Imlil, home in the high Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The guest house is ideally positioned within a short drive of attractions such as the local water falls and a few Berber villages, and is en route to Toubkal, the highest peak North Africa.
Built and furnished in a traditional Moroccan style, Riad Dar Tighoula features a large terrace with outstanding views of the Atlas Mountains. Not a normal guest house, we endeavor to introduce guests to our customs and cultures, offering them an opportunity to live and discover the beauty of the Berber way of life.
Guests can relax and enjoy the more traditional hammam which is a Turkish bath and while far away from the western world, free Wi-Fi access is provided in the public areas. Breakfast is served every morning on the terrace and traditional Moroccan meals are prepared for dinner upon request. Guests can learn how we prepare and serve tea; tea time is an ideal opportunity to learn about Imlil and the infamous Toubkal Mountain.
At Dar Tighoula we strive to ensure that all our guests receive the best care and attention. A variety of activities that will enrich our guests' stay are guided treks, Atlas Mountain tours and daily excursion from Marrakech.
Dar Tighoula Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Imlil
(7.4 km from Imlil)
Mount Toubkal (4167m) is the highest mountain in North Africa; it is situated at 4167M above sea level. The trek to the summit is quite challenging, but it requires no mountaineering skills and experience and the panoramic views from the top make...
(5.2 km from Imlil)
Explore the Atlas Mountains and experience the people and their culture on foot. The huge Atlas Mountains offer very impressive mountain biking trails, trekking trails and photography opportunities. There are walks to suit all abilities, but mules...
(58.1 km from Imlil)
Jardin Majorelle is literally an oasis in the heart of the Red City. The artist who designed and created this magnificent garden is of French origin and it took him, Jacques Majorelle, forty years to complete. Visitors can stroll the garden paths of...