Hiking & Trekking, Mountain bike, Ski mountaineering
The "Office of Mountain Guides of Imlil" is a well-established association that was created in the late eighties with foreign mountain guides. It was the first association of its kind in Morocco. Today, it brings together around sixty guides, most of whom have been trained at the training center for mountain professions in Tabant, and others by the Royal Moroccan Federation of Ski and Mountain. Together with a team composed of Berber guides and professional mules, the association offers customized tours and activities that will take you to the most beautiful Moroccan sites, allowing you to admire the splendor of this breathtaking country. To become a member of the guide office in Imlil, one must necessarily hold a guide diploma obtained after a 6-month internship at the training center for mountain businesses (CFAMM) in Tabant. However, this is only available for Moroccans, and the CFAMM is the only center in all of Africa that offers training to become a mountain guide. The high diploma level is equivalent to Mountain Guides in France, making it a challenging qualification to obtain. Families, clubs, and groups of friends can request a customized itinerary or choose from a range of activities adapted to their needs. The association's team is composed of experienced guides with extensive knowledge of the area, allowing you to discover Morocco in the best possible conditions.