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Ourika Valley & Waterfalls

Ourika Valley & Waterfalls day trips is a perfect gateway from the heat and bustle of the city.


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Overview

Ourika Valley & Waterfalls day trips is a perfect gateway from the heat and bustle of the city to a cool mountainv valley. Enjoy a traditional lunch in a local Berber house, hike in the peaceful Atlas Mountains and visit a Weekly marekt held every Monday.

Our fanstatic location

Marrakech, Imlil in the Atlas Mountains, Sahara Desert in Zagora & Merzouga.

Local guides

Graduated guides from CFAMM & from Royal Moroccan Federation of Skiing & Mountaineering.

Beautiful Hiking area

Toubkal national park, Tassaouete valley, Roses valley, Jabel Saghro & Sahara desert.

Well-equipped Climbers

Multi languages : drivers, chefs, mules men. First aiders, Health & Safety, Food hygiène.


Details

Point A Pick Up & Visit a Berber House

You will be picked up at 09am from your Hotel/Riad in Marrakech and drive to Ourika valley. Ourika is a Berber region of the High Atlas. Particularly green all year crossed by the river Ourika, it a place where you can admire the peaks of the High Atlas and visit the Berber villages.

ourika valley

Point B Arrival in Ourika, visit Market(held on Monday) & Meet the guide

After some 45minutes through olive tree groves we should get to the gate of the Ourika valley at the village of Tnine Ourika, where a Great Weekly market is set every monday where all the peoples living around come to buy their needs for the whole.

Ourika waterfalls

Point C Hike, Lunch & Return to Marrakech

Once up here we get off and have lunch in a Local restaurant before you set off for a 45minutes walk with a local guide to visit some of the waterfalls. After the visit of the waterfalls, we then get back to the car and make our journey back to Marrakech to get here around 15pm with a possibilité of visiting a traditionel berber home on the way back.

What is included :

Pickup & drop off service

Air-conditioned minivan or 4WD car

English speaking driver

Mules & Local guide

Lunch

No Shopping strops

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