Our trip to Ouriki included a stop at a traditional market with pots, pans and tourist stuff, a place where they claimed to make original Argan oil, a traditional carpet place and a stop for lunch with a trip up to a part of the mountain to see the first stage of a waterfall.
We gave a miss to the oils and carpets. Just had a light snack for lunch as it tended to be aimed at tourists and overpriced. We did buy a small mirror at the market though.
The trip to the waterfall included a guide and he was needed. It was a bit of a climb, there were a few leaps, it was slippery, there were a few ledges and boulders to navigate. My son actually slipped on one or two occasions and my wife found it rather tiring but we did want to experience part of the Atlas mountains on out trip to Morrocco.
The waterfall at the end of it was rather so-so. The guide told us there are other waterfalls at a higher level but this was sufficient for us. We now had to make our way down in one piece, easier said than done.
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