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The high atlas excursion by 4X4 will start at 9 am to the Lalla takerkouste lake where you will be amazed by the panoramic view, at 1400 m altitude, and located only 30 km south of Marrakech. After touching the sky, we will visit the Berber villages of the Moroccan High Atlas region, to be closer to the local inhabitants.
Thus, we will reach the second stage of the tour, to discover the Kik Plateaux composed of a unique limestone making them world famous.
The excursion of the high atlas and the 3 valleys in 4x4 from Marrakech in private will make you discover this other breathtaking view on the Mount Toubkal, the highest mountain of all North Africa which culminates at 4167 m.
The valley of Asni Ouirgane will be the third stage of our expedition where a visit to the warm Berber villages will contrast with the steep paths of the region.
You can also observe the valleys rich in vegetation. Fields as far as the eye can see of quince, almond, olive or fig trees will lead you into a whirlwind of flavors, smells and colors that will titillate your senses.
A visit to the Berber villages will allow you to discover how its ingenious inhabitants build their traditional Berber house by hand.
The excursion High Atlas and the 3 valleys in 4x4 from Marrakech in private will conclude with the visit of the Ourika valley where you will enjoy this beautiful region very green and which is also known by seven waterfalls (Seti Fadma waterfall).
The Ourika valley is a region that is also known nationally (even internationally) by the production of argan oil as well as Essaouira and Agadir.
An oil considered by many as gold for the skin and hair. This last step will close this magnificent visit to the sweet flavors of the East. We will be back at the hotel around 5:30 pm.
Unexpected in this rather arid landscape, a 7 km long stretch of water with bluish reflections. A Sunday getaway for Marrakchis in search of freshness and water sports enthusiasts. The lake is dominated by the Plateau du Kik.
Nestled at the foot of Mount Toubkal (the highest point in North Africa with its 4,167 m), the Berber village of Asni is itself located at an altitude of 1,200 m. The Saturday souk is its main attraction. The most animated souk is the one that takes place on Tuesdays in the Berber village of Thanaout, about twenty kilometers further down the road to Marrakech
A 5 km detour out of Asni will take you to this small village with its winding alleys full of souvenir sellers. This important pilgrimage site is still very popular with sterile women who hang small ribbons from trees hoping to become mothers when they come off them. The village is also famous for its moussem which takes place every year about ten days before the festival of Mouloud (birth of the prophet).
Once arrived on the spot it is necessary to follow the narrow valley, carpeted with fields and trees in edge of the oued Ourika until the village of Setti Fatma (km 65) which marks the end of the valley, a pedestrian excursion will be proposed to you by your local guide, in order to visit the 7 waterfalls of setti fatma. Many restaurants on the spot propose tajines to be tasted in terrace.
Excellent day with a guide at the top and very available, adaptable and listening The course is adapted and varied
We visited with two children, aged 5 and 12, who participated in the whole activity. We went to a green area where we wore typical clothes and rode a camel. Then we met a women's cooperative that produces argan oil. Then we left for the mountain valley, which is so beautiful! There we left the car and continued on foot. Congratulations to the guide Mohamed who accompanied us on the car journey and to dear Lahsene, who led us on foot through the mountains. The walk lasts about 2 hours, with breathtaking scenery! The children made the trip on a donkey, which we hired at the beginning of the walk. This was the best decision, as it would have been very difficult for them to walk too. We could also have chosen to climb the mountains on a donkey, but we preferred to walk. It was tiring but worth it. Finally we arrived at a restaurant with a delicious terrace. The food was typical of the region and delicious! The meal and the donkey transport were paid separately, the rest was included in the tour.
It was a great experience outside of Marrakech, where we got to know the Berber culture and way of life. We were picked up from the Riad where we were staying, invited to lunch at the women's argan oil cooperative and then visited a Berber market. We then arrived in the villages of the Atlas Valley where we were welcomed by Mohamed, a charming and very hospitable guide who explained everything in detail. He also invited us to his house for tea. We had a great day with two other couples. The only downside was that we booked the tour in English. Otherwise, everything was perfect.
Super Good Day and Mustapha a very good guide with a lot of kindness and simplicity. The girls