DAY TWO VALLEYS DEPARTING FROM MARRAKECH: OURIKA AND ASNI

Tahanaout, 35 kilometres south of Marrakech, is a good place to start your exploration of the Atlas Mountains, Africa’s highest peaks. Continue until 1800 meters to reach the sacred Moulay Brahim, where you can marvel at the beauty and purity of nature while getting away from the noise and bustle of Marrakech. You’ll also get breathtaking views on the summits of the High Atlas.

Then you will descend into the Asni valley, passing by the nearby mountain ranges and the typical Berber communities. You will have the opportunity to stop and discover the local culture while Sipping a wonderful mint tea from a Berber family.

After that, you will cross the Sidi Faresse pass (2000 meters) to reach the Ourika valley. Enjoy a walk along the river while discovering the seven waterfalls. You can lunch in one of the restaurants.

Before returning to your accommodation in Marrakech around 17:00, you can have lunch in one of the local restaurants overlooking the river

Ce qui est inclus

  • Day trip in the two valleys from Marrakech: Ourika and Asni
  • Pick up and return to hotel
  • Comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle
  • Driver/Guide

Pas inclus?

  • Meals and Drinks
  • Local Guide
  • other expenses

Strengths

  • During a mint tea break, discover Berber culture and lifestyle.
  • Discover the stunning views of the High Atlas Canal.
  • Take a lunch break in a small restaurant overlooking the Ourika Valley.
  • In one day, discover two of the most beautiful valleys of the High Atlas.
  • Admire the waterfalls of the Ourika valley nearby.
  • Through the Sidi Faresse pass, enjoy the surrounding peace and quiet..

Dress code

  • Sunglasses
  • Sports Clothing
  • Comfortable shoes

Place of Departure and Return<

Marrakech

Departure Time

Please arrive by 8h45 for a departure in 9h00.

What to Expect

A weekly delight is the bustling Asni market. Watch Moroccan-style boutiques in the countryside.

There are a variety of vendors offering everything from jewelry and crafts to local vegetables. Even the animal trade is practiced there.

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