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From Marrakech: Ourika Valley and Atlas Mountains day trip

1. From Marrakech: Ourika Valley and Atlas Mountains day trip

Choose your pickup in Marrakech, and embark on an unforgettable trip across the villages and natural landscape of Ourika. Experience life in Berber communities as they welcome you to their home. Kick back and enjoy the views of Setti Fatma and the far-reaching Atlas Mountains. Your driver will guide you up the mountainous terrain, stopping at some stunning sites. Drop in for tea in a traditional Berber family home. Visit a woman-owned Argan oil cooperative to see the extraction and processing of the local “liquid gold”. Carry on towards Setti Fatma, a favorite destination for many Moroccans. Admire its lush green valleys, beautiful streams and waterfalls, cliffs, and open spaces. You'll hike all the way up to the first waterfall, accompanied by a local guide. Grab lunch in a local café, sat by a stream with a stunning view over the mountains. Explore a region that uses medieval agricultural traditions. Enjoy a peaceful walk around the Atlas mountains, bursting with native wildlife. Relax as your driver brings you back to Marrakech, full of memories that can only be made in Ourika.


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Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 14 reviews

The day was great where the two of us got a private tour. Too bad that the driver could not speak English well, despite sat we had indicated that we wanted english. By the way, there were good English-speaking explanations and guidance at the stops. On the way surprised by a stop at a pottery (this was not in the description of the tour and was not asked or said at the start). Dishes were also sold expensive, we saw the same dishes in the souks for a third of the price. Seeing how Argan oil Word was made was interesting and the prices were best for dr products that you could buy. The hike to the waterfall was great, but very stylish in many places. Fortunately there was a less stylish piece for the way back, which of course requires a tip. It is advisable to have lunch there, because it is really good value for money. Although the driver drives this road often, he has not made or recommended additional photo stops.

We really liked this outing in the ourika valley, our driver was very friendly, a short stop at a Berber family, tasting of mint tea and homemade bread. Then stop in a cooperative of olive oil. 'argan to see the production and tasting of edible oil .. After 1 hour, arrival in the valley for a 2 hour hike there and back with another guide, splendid landscapes, it climbs well, you need good shoes because it is rocky .. On the way back, a small restaurant along the river, with excellent tagines ..

The trip was a lot of fun. We were picked up at the hotel and stopped twice on the way to the mountains. In a pottery and at a cooperative, where we were able to learn a lot about herbs and argan oil. The hike was very nice and all guides were super friendly. On the way up you drive through many mountain villages, also interesting. We recommend!

A very nice tour. Extreme punctuality when picking us up. Typical visits (argan oil cooperative, Berber houses ...). Trecking of an hour and a half towards the waterfalls. Lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant next to the river. Very good food. I recommend it. The guide (Iris) very professional and attentive.

Value for your money. No continuous fuss for tips. Relaxing.