Dar Itrane Ecolodge
|Address :||36 quai Arloing, Imelghas|
|Price :||from 35$|
|Website :||Official website|
Dar Itrane, an ecolodge in the high Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Dar Itrane is a 18-room-cultural ecolodge dedicated to the promotion and protection of the Berber Culture in the High Atlas of Morocco at an altitude of 1850m/6000 ft, close to the M’Goun Mountains Range.
Dar Itrane’s lodge has been built following the traditional ways of building, using mostly natural materials (adobe, stone, wood) to minimise the impact on the landscape and the environment, while offering comfortable rooms with private bathroom and high standard facilities (hammam, roof terrasses, patios), Dar Itrane though offers really affordable prices, in order to welcome every kind of tourists, from backpackers, to families.
In-depth discovery of the Berber Culture in a wonderful area located only four hours away from Marrakech, reached by a good asphalted road. The lodge has been designed around a library offering lots of documents (books and music) about this lively culture, The surroundings are wonderful : experience the stunning landscapes of the High Atlas Range and all the tiny traditionnal villages with their adobe houses.
A hotel built in adobe and natural materials to promote and respect the traditionnal way of building of the Bougmez Valley, while offering authenticity as well as a high level of comfort. An environment-friendly building : solar energy, waste management, water consumption management. At an altitude of 1800m (6000 feet), Dar Itrane and the Bougmez Valley enjoy a nice climate, allowing journeys almost all year round.
We offer a new travel concept to discover the Berber Culture: rooms with private bathroom, Traditionnal Hammam in Taddelakt, comfortable living rooms, patios, and roof terraces. Enjoy a stunning view over the valley and tasty Moroccan Cuisine.
For our guests we can provide activities options departing from the lodge : trekking and short walks, cultural walks to discover the architecture and the traditions of the Berbers (daily habits, agricultural activities, family life), meeting with locals.