We will depart from Beni Mellal to Imilchil village in the heart of the Middle Atlas. By El Had, Ben Cherro, Naour and the passes of Tizi IFAR andTizi Isly we descend to Imilchil and its two lakes, Tislit (the bride) and Isli (the groom), the legend says that these two lakes were born from the tears shed by two lovers, from tribes rivals who refused their marriage. Imilchil our destination of the day is an intimate village that represents the Berber culture and is known for its famous Imilchil Eedding Festival a prime attraction of this village and takes place annually in each September, the surrounding tribes, Aït Sokham and Aït Bouguemmaz celebrate the Imilchil Marriage Festival, held in Souk Aam and Agdoud N’Oulmghenni. This festival, also known as September Romance, features the Aït Yaazza culture of an annual collective marriage where women search and choose their husband. The night will be in an inn in Imilchil.