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Atlas Mountains Guided Day Tour from Marrakech including Lunch in Berber House

  • Day trip makes it easy to squeeze in a trip to the Atlas Mountains
  • Visit four famous valleys, Oukaimeden, Sidi Fares, Ourika, and Asni
  • Hike through an Atlas Mountain pass for stunning views
Atlas Mountains Guided Day Tour from Marrakech including Lunch in Berber House
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Day trip to Ourika, Oukaimeden, Sidi fares and Asni Valleys (4 Valleys), plus Takerkoust Lake and Kik Plateau, from Marrakech
4 Valleys Day Trip
Day trip to Ourika, Oukaimeden, Sidi Fares and Asni Valleys (4 Valleys) from Marrakech
A guided tour to the Atlas Mountains from Marrakech including round-trip transport with hotel pickup and drop-off makes it easy to squeeze a visit to Morocco’s must-see natural attraction into your itinerary even if you’re pressed for time. Trek through the valleys safety with help from your guide, and get an inside look at a traditional Berber family home as you stop to enjoy lunch there. Plus, you can add more stops with a convenient upgrade.
What to Expect
After pickup from your Marrakech lodging, begin the scenic drive to Ourika Valley, famous for its waterfalls. Hike for stunning views of the valley, or opt to relax in a cafe by the river. Then, visit a Berber women’s cooperative to learn how Argan oil is extracted and processed.

Continue to Oukaimeden valley. Pass through traditional Berber villages, and snap a photo along the mile-high (1.8-kilometer-high) mountain road. Stop for your included lunch of items such as Berber tagine, couscous, and salad, served in a traditional Berber household.

Complete your tour among the fruit orchards of Asni valley with a view of Mount Toubkal (Imlil), one of the highest peaks in North Africa at 13,665 feet (4,165 meters).

Head back to Marrakech, or, if option selected, continue your journey to the stunning Lac Lalla Takerkoust and Plateau du Kik. This Atlas Mountains tour concludes with hotel drop-off.
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1 - 5 of 109 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago
Perfect day

Our tour is just perfect. Magnificent views of Atlas Mountains exhilarating trip to the waterfalls and very sumptuous luncheon at the Berber house..Jamal is our tour guide he’s excellent one of the best guide you can ask for.

4  Thank juanita b
Reviewed 6 days ago
4 Valleys Day Trip

This was probably one of the most memorable organised tours I've been on to date! We were collected promptly by our guide and in an air-conditioned minibus with 2 other people. Our guide was very knowledgable, happy to answer questions and provide an authentic experience....More

Thank jodie_and_nick
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
A huge must!

One of our best days in marocco. Me and a friend had Jamal as our guide and he made our day easy breezy. He was very nice and we used our day laughing and learning. We had a lot of stops and it was flexible...More

2  Thank trudesteiro
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great day with an excellent guide.

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Marrakech this tour is great, we had a group of just four and the guide in a modern clean 4wd. If you get Jamal as your guide you are in luck he makes the day...More

2  Thank joshdouglas86
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great trip and good guide

Booked this trip online trough trip advisor. Really worth it. Guide had good knowledge and good driving skills. Didn’t try to sell a lot of touristic souvenirs like other guides. First hike was beautiful and not too hard. Lunch at the berber village was simply...More

Thank willemijnmeijer
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Nancy C
3 July 2018|
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Response from Maki910 | Reviewed this property |
Far as I know it should be pretty hot at this time in Morroco. Check the weather forecast. Better wear snickers and something comfortable - especially because of the waterfalls, overthere can be a bit slipery. Have a nice... More
20 April 2018|
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Response from LuxurySeekerNorwich | Reviewed this property |
I guess you could pay more and have a private tour. Get them to collect you from the airport maybe?
5 April 2018|
Response from WamKie | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunatedly I do not know the answer. The only thing I do know is that this trip was canceled some weeks ago due to snow in the valleys, which made them inaccessible. (You should also consider to go there since the... More