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- The Itinerary of Day Trip to the 4 valleys and High Atlas Mountains
We will pick you up at your hotel in Marrakech to start our day trip to discover the High Atlas. we will stop at Lake Lalla Takerkoust, the one that supplies this arid region of Morocco with water. Then we will continue the visit in the village of Aguergour, where you will take Berber tea with an indigenous family who will make you discover its traditions. You will learn more about the customs of this nomadic people by visiting the beautiful valley of the Kik Plateau.
We will reach the village of Asni where a weekly Berber market takes place every Tuesday, then continue through the Sidi valley and pass in front of the ski resort of Oukaimden to reach the valley of the Ourika in the mountains of the Atlas with stunning views and enjoy taking a camel ride, (optional). After a ride on a camel, you will be driven to the end of the valley, where you will stop to meet your guide who will take you on a walk or hike in the 7 waterfalls of the Atlas.
After the hike, you will have a traditional lunch at a local riverside restaurant before starting your return trip to Marrakech. During the trip, you will visit different Berber regions characterized by their beautiful mountain scenery.
Good to know
- Air-conditioned minivan or 4WD Fuel included
- Bottled water
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Professional driver/ Guide
- Local Mountain guide
- Entrance Fees
- Personal expenses
- Anything not mentioned in the program
- Tips and gratuities
- Explore the berber villages and discover the life in the mountains
- Enjoy a traditional lunch at ourika valley by the river
- Discover the highest peak of North Africa, Mount Toubkal, which rises to more than 4000 meters of altitude
- Admire the waterfalls of the Ourika Valley in a guided hiking tour
- Explore the valleys of Asni, Oukaïmeden and Ourika accompanied by a professional and experienced guide
- Travel to traditional Berber villages and take a break for lunch in a typical Berber house