Ourika Valley Day Trip

Day Trip to Ourika Valley

Trip Highlights

  • Short hike to Setti Fatma waterfalls
  • See the peaks and valleys of the Atlas
  • Perfect escape from the city
  • Friendly and family
  • Pick up and drop off in Marrakech hotels

Day Trip to Ourika Valley

This day trip allows you to know something more about Morocco, during your stay in the wonderful city of Marrakech without the need for more travel. Ourika is a beautiful valley between the Atlas mountains that surround Marrakech, crossed by a mighty river with beautiful adobe villages on the slopes of the snowy mountains, the landscape combines the ocher color of the earth and the green of the hillsides and fruit trees , providing a multicolored landscape. We will cross the valley, making the desired stops until we reach the famous seven waterfalls ... You can take advantage and take a walk and finish with your feet in the water to taste a special Berber tajine made on a wood fire. It is advisable to wear comfortable shoes

Day to Day Trip Itinerary

Day 01: Marrakech - Ourika Valley - Ourika Waterfalls - Marrakech:


This trip takes you to a lush green valley situated about 60 Km from Marrakech. It is a pleasant prelude to the impressive Atlas Mountains and a fine escape from busy Marrakech. Along the road through this unspoilt and charming valley, scattered at intervals are series of tiny hamlets, interspersed by a few summer homes. The valley is Berber populated and feels quiet different from the country's urban life.

Cost Includes

  • Private Transport from and back to your Hotel
  • Mountain Guide speaking english
  • Berber Tea & Lunch
  • Walking through Berber Villages

Cost Excludes

  • All expenses of personal nature
  • Travel inssurance
  • Tip

DETAIL ITINERARY

Day 01: Marrakech - Ourika Valley - Ourika Waterfalls - Marrakech :

This trip takes you to a lush green valley situated about 60 Km from Marrakech. It is a pleasant prelude to the impressive Atlas Mountains and a fine escape from busy Marrakech. Along the road through this unspoilt and charming valley, scattered at intervals are series of tiny hamlets, interspersed by a few summer homes. The valley is Berber populated and feels quiet different from the country's urban life. The souk of Ourika is a small road side village which hosts a weekly Berber market on Mondays. This area is famed for it's pottery and it's varied samples of minerals and crystals.


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