Kasbah Du Toubkal has been a pioneer in many ways. It was the first accommodation in the High Atlas that was a step or two above a backpacker hostel in quality, and it was one of the first ecotourism ventures in the country and remains arguably the best ecotourism venture to this day. The former residence of a caid (local judge), the kasbah was restored and renovated using only local materials, craftsmen and techniques, 5% of the cost of your stay goes towards the local village association and the staff are all from the local valley; so the kasbah’s green credentials are undeniable. On top of this is provides very comfortable and simply stylish accommodation in a stunning setting, atop a knoll in the valley above Imlil (you can only reach the kasbah on foot from the town), with views up towards Jebel Toubkal and down over Imlil. The terraces are the best places to enjoy these views, perhaps whilst enjoy a tasty meal prepared with local ingredients by the excellent chefs.