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Ourika valley Marrakech

Day trip to the Atlas Mountains:These daily trips are a great option for those who want to escape the urban noise of Marrakech and relax a bit among the greenery in the heart of the Atlas Mountains. Labyrinth of paths, traveled for centuries, terraced houses – each offering a breath taking view of the mountain peaks, passing through the solid walls of the Kasbah.

That’s why we advice you to choose imlil day trip or ourika day trip to descover the Atlas mountains.

Explore the pretty Ourika Valley and take in breath taking views of the Atlas on this 1-day tour from Marrakech. Cross old bridges, visit an argan oil factory and enjoy a typical lunch by the river.

Pick up service

If you are staying in: New city: hotel pick-up and Riads in Marrakech. Medina: the closest accessible pick-up point to your Riad by minibus.

Strong points

  • Enjoy the breath taking view of the Atlas Mountains
  • Visit a women’s association that produces argan oil and learn more about how itis made
  • Take a hike in the mountains of the Ourika Valley
  • Enjoy lunch in a restaurant by the Ourika
  • Meet a Berber Atlas family
  • Full description

Experience an exceptional adventure by booking this Ourika valley day trip from Marrakech. Explore the Ourika Valley in the Atlas Mountains.

Leave Marrakech at 9:30 am and drive to the Ourika Valley with your driver. Cross the super bland scapes of the valley, renowned for its numerous water falls and Berber camps in the heart of the Atlas. Meet a Berber family to learn more about daily life in this region before spending a relaxing time in the Setti Fatma camp.

Then explore the village water falls, nestled at the southern end of the Ourika Valley. enjoy the breath taking view of the natural surroundings and enjoy a delicious lunch in a beautiful restaurant bordering the Ourika. The return to Marrakech is planned around 5:30 p.m.

Included

  • Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel
  • Transport by minibus with driver
  • Lunch
  • Local guides

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