Things to do in AmizmizEdit This
Weekly Market: Without doubt, if you can manage to get to Amizmiz on a Tuesday, you'll have the chance to see the weekly market ("souk" in Arabic). Here you'll a wide variety of people selling their goods: Berbers from the mountain villages and also local vendors as well. Nothing has a set price (except fresh food and produce), so be prepared to argue over prices.
Up into the hills, there are numerous small Berber villages that are worth visiting if you have the chance. Many of these still do not have running water or electricity, and you make see small children hauling huge plastic containers of water to their homes on donkeys. The people are incredibly hospitable and generous. There are different outfits that will help you get to some of these villages. Berber Travel Adventures offers day trips or more extended hikes into the mountains. You'll be able to stay in Berber homes and experience Berber village life.
A local small business development project, Explore Amizmiz facilitates opportunities to witness and participate in the day to day goings-on of Regraga, a neighborhood on the upper side of town. One can have a look into the work of the many local potters, stay with a Moroccan family, take cooking lessons, and explore the surrounding natural area.