Discover Morocco’s iconic mountain surroundings on our private trip, deep into the High Atlas Mountains.
Relax and unwind in the most beautiful spots of Morocco: Ourika, Oukaimeden, Sidi Fares and Asni Valley.
Get to know the real Morocco and it’s native people, Berbers, having a chance to see their daily lives deep within the mountains.
Stop at the most beautiful places of the Atlas Mountains and enjoy a dinner with local family. A truly unforgettable experience and cultural connection.
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∴ To make the most of your day, your journey starts at 9am with a pick up from your accommodation.
∴ Relax in the air-conditioned car while driving through the majestic scenery of the Atlas Mountains. Our first stop will take you to the charming Ourika Valley, famous for its waterfalls. After a mild trek (we advise you to wear comfortable shoes) we will visit the local Berber community to witness the traditional way of making argan oil.
∴ In the second valley Sidi Fares, local ladies will greet you with tea and homemade bread and you’ll taste different argan made products. Then we’ll travel deep in the Atlas Oukaimeden Valley, famous ski resort.
Enjoy the lunch with the local Berber family and take a ride on a donkey or camel admiring the outstanding Mountains stretching along the horizon.
∴ The last valley, Asni, will greet you with its various fruit trees; apples, walnuts, almonds, and peaches. From that charming place, you’ll also have a chance to see the highest peak of North Africa, Toubkal Mountain.
∴ After a day of immersing yourself in the spectacular surroundings, we’ll stop for a traditional glass of tea and get back to Marrakech. Estimated arrival time in Marrakech, 6 pm.
Your Accommodation in Marrakech
• Local Certified Guide
• Entries & Admissions
• Staff Gratitude
• Personal Expenses
Q1.What Should I Wear?
The Atlas Mountain weather can vary from minus temperatures in winter and relatively warm during summer months. Comfortable outdoor footwear and outerwear that you can layer are recommended.
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