Imichil Marriage Festival

IMLIL, MOROCCO - JULY 25:  Berber children swim in an irrigation pool on the side of a mountain in the village of Ait Souka on July 25, 2007 in Imlil district, Morocco. The irrigation pool gradually fills up during the day then is drained in the evening to supply crops and the village. The Berber people of the Atlas have a strong sense of family and each village will consist of a number of families ranging from five to around thirty or forty. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

The Imilchil Marriage Feast is a Berber marriage festival where up to forty couples tie the knot. It takes place in Imilchil in the Middle-High Atlas Mountains near Marrakech. The festival is a great way to experience Berber culture including music and dance.