Had a amazing trip, my wife being a moroccan we got a shared taxi for 30DH (£2) each from Marrakech was about 45mins to get there, the view is just amazing and you get to buy pure argan oil and pure honey, we climed up...More
About Ourika Valley
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Fairly straightforward collection from Marrakech, easy drive most of the way. Stopped at Berber shop, on most tours they take you to Berber shops as they claim everything Berber is better, it improves your chances of buying something locally made but they don't do price...More
This is definitely worth a visit if you're on a road trip in Morocco. The scenery is breathtaking and you really get a closer look at the way people live in the villages. It's amazing that no matter how hot and dry it can get...More
We booked a taxi for a day trip out of Marrakech to the Ourika and Imlil valleys. The scenery was breathtaking, with mini villages perched on the hillsides, river canyons and the mountains all around. Our driver stopped at scenic spots for photos and we...More
Booked a trek up here, taxi cost 450mad from Marrakech and waited the few hours for my return. Guide was helpful and informative. Make sure you have decent footwear on and go early if possible. Food at the river restaurant wasn't nice at all on...More
There seems to be conflicting reviews on this trip so, hpefully, I can explain the the reasons. Basically, there are 2 trips to this location: 1) Trip involving a hike to the 1st waterfall 2) Hiking in the mountain to the top waterfall Both walks...More
The tour guide was unenthusiastic... the berber house and argan oil plantation felt more like tourist traps then interesting stops. Once you get to the waterfall there are loads of leering men perving on women in their bathing suits. Don't bother.
We absolutely love this place, especially my 3yr old son. We set out with our 3yr old son to visit Ourika Valley, the Atlas mountain, Setti Fatimah and the 7 waterfalls. The scenery going up into the mountain was amazing. We stopped at the berber...More
Very good scenery and the restaurants on the river side are fascinating some of the tables and chairs in the shallows. Locals swimming. Walking however is hard work if you are of more a mature age.