Setti Fatma et les 7 Cascades

Setti Fatma et les 7 Cascades

Setti Fatma et les 7 Cascades
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1975gregory
Llangollen, UK58 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
We had a day away from the hectic Marrakech, the drive took about 2hrs with our driver,
Stopped at Argon oil outlet very Google then a pottery .
We're constantly bothered by people trying to sell us various items ,need to be firm and just say no thanks
We had a very good guide to help us climb up to the waterfall ,need strong shoes as it's pretty silly and dangerous.
We had lunch arranged for us then drove home good day out
Written February 12, 2020
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ashley
New York City, NY18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
We did a day trip to Setti Fatma Waterfalls and was the right decision since we liked to hike. We hiked with Khalid as our guide for 1 hour, we got till the waterfalls and was fresh water since Marrakech is warm city. Highly recommended if you like the nature and treks too.
Written February 24, 2020
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Pete
Andover, MA2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Friends
A nice trip out of the city. The scenery is great once you get a bit up into the mountains. Even the tourist stop to see the “typical” Berber village wasn’t bad. A lot of nice views. You don’t need to ride a camel to have fun. The hike up to the waterfall requires scampering across some wet rocks but isn’t really dangerous. Some souvenir stands along the way though. Make sure you stop and see the monkeys. You can get very close to them, just walk off the path up to the base of trees. This trip is a nice day out of the city. We took a private van for just 2 of us and it wasn’t that expensive.
Written October 8, 2023
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Paul V
Elounda, Greece1,175 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
At the end of our tour in Ourika valley were the "waterfalls". The way up there is rather tiring (do not suggest it to older people or visitors with childrens) and quite dangerous as you have to climb on slippery rocks and narrow paths. At the very end ........ a "joke" of waterfall will disappoint you. NOT A MUST
Written March 14, 2020
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Ahmed Sharkas
Cairo, Egypt49 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018 • Friends
It was amazing experience for me and my friends to climb the mountain of setti-Fatma to 1650 meters with unbelievable view of rocks, ice and special falls.
We enjoyed drinking tea over the mountain and took many photos there .
Written February 16, 2018
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Lisa Mayer L
Bremen, Germany6 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Couples
We really liked the waterfalls,about which is written enough in the other comments. We rather want to give you an overview how to get there cheaply.
From the Bab er-Rob you can take a minibus for 20 Dirham which will take you to Ourika and another bus or taxi will bring you to Setti Fatma (if payed separately it's 10 Dirham to Ourika and 10 to Setti Fatma). Once you arrive there ignore the men and children offering you guidance. Cross the small river at one of the cafes. You can ask the waiters for the waterfalls (fr. cascades). There's a path leading up to the waterfalls behind the restaurants on the left hand side of the river. When returning we enjoyed cooling our feet in the river at one of the cafes.
For your way back you can either choose a taxi or another minibus. For our return we chose a minibus to Ourika (10 Dirham) and a public bus (autobus,7 Dirham) to Marrakesh. All in all this trip cost us 37 Dirham, whereas it is offered for tourists at about 200 Dirham in Marrakesh. Additionally, you get some local flair as the minibusses are mostly crowded by locals.
Written April 27, 2016
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Salim M
Milton Keynes, UK29 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2015 • Friends
To See the Atlas Mountain, you have to travel about 3 hours (from Marrakech) and stop at Siti Fatma village which is on the foot of the mountain, its very cold, but nice to visit, plenty of small local restaurants good food and reasonable. I would advice to arrange lunch with the tours as it will be cheaper and no hassle.
This is for all not for friends only.
Written January 20, 2015
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Karolina
Vilnius, Lithuania121 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Couples
We started our visit around 11 am. We found grand taxi in a street Rue Okuba Ben Nafaa. Asked locals for collective taxi to Setti Fatma. We left quite quickly, but most of the time people have to wait then bus is ful. We were travelling only with locals, who were so polite and generous people! Such a surprise after all the sellers in the main square! So, we payed 50 dhs for two peole and our trip took about 1,5 hours. Ofcourse, you can get a yellow taxi for 500 dhs return.
Then we arrived, there were many guides around, but we refused to take one and desided to find waterfalls by ourselfs. There are no signs where to start. So, you go till the end of cafes to the parking on the left. Then there is a route throw the cafes - check were people are going up and down. Its hard to find it, but you can ask locals around. The way up is not hard, but better take good shoes for climbing. There are few ways up, so we took easiest one - from the left. There were many people up in the mountain, so you won’t get lost. We spend around two hours and after came back there were no buses to go back. There were 3 buses to the Ourika (half way) and we took the first one to go down. The driver suggested to do that instead of waiting for direct bus. Then in Ourika we took another bus to Marrakesh and the trip for two costed only 35 dhs to come back.
Written December 14, 2019
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Waad S
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia40 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
If you are in Marrakech it is a MUST!! Very nice view and a lot of shops in the way to there you will never feel the time! When you arrived there you will see a lot of restaurants beside the river, i guess it is a river LOL! Anyway there is a lot of people who will tell you we can help you to see the waterfalls and they wont tell a specific price! We saw the first only! It was really fun and enjoyable my first experience in hiking actually and i love it! Also all the way to the waterfall there is a lot of restaurants and shops! Our guider recommendd for us a good restaurant it was taste and delicious but i guess expensive since there is not prices in the menu!
Written August 20, 2018
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Hawa N
Bronx, NY4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017
Where do I begin? There's something magical about this place. At first, it was a bit hard for me to claim the cliffs but at every corner you will find small shops with beautiful local jewelries, colorful carpets and amazing views. I mean it is breathtaking. Never seen something like it before.
I somehow felt I was somewhere in The land of dogons in Mali with an outstanding landscape of cliffs with beautiful architectures that are so unique. Yet, I found setti Fatma very magical.
At the beginning, I told myself that I will just stop to the first cascade, then I saw myself going and going without realizing how high I was from the rest of the world. Up there I found inner peace something great that humanity.
All I can say is that this place should be seen.
Written July 23, 2017
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