Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Ourika Valley with Medina Travels, on this day trip that leaves from your hotel at 8:00 AM. Immerse yourself in the charm of Berber villages and lush landscapes of the Atlas Mountains. Discover the vibrant culture of the Berber tribes and witness the power of cascading waterfalls in the stunning village of Setti Fatma. Explore invigorating mountain trails and witness the harmonious coexistence of water and land throughout the valley, making it a true gem and a must-do excursion.
Be amazed by the beauty of nature, the warmth of the Berber culture, and the refreshing atmosphere of the Ourika Valley. This excursion promises a blend of adventure and relaxation, allowing you to create lasting memories of cascading waterfalls, picturesque landscapes, and the authentic charm of the Berber way of life.
Medina Travels will pick you up from your hotel at 8:00 AM and whisk you off to explore the scenic Ourika Valley and its charming Berber villages. We’ll venture across the expansive Haouz plain before immersing ourselves in the beauty of the High Atlas region.
Ourika Valley, situated just 30 km away, showcases the picturesque landscapes characteristic of the Atlas Mountains. The valley remains lush and green all year round, nourished by the flowing Oued (River).
As we travel further, we’ll encounter the stunning village of Setti Fatma, located 65 km south of Marrakech. This charming village sits at an elevation of 1500m above sea level and offers a delightful atmosphere for exploration. Take your time and embark on leisurely walks amidst the scenic mountain trails, with the highlight being a trek to the mesmerizing cascade of 7 waterfalls. This experience is an absolute must-do, allowing you to behold the natural beauty and power of the cascading waters.
Throughout the valley, you’ll see the harmonious coexistence of water and land. Streams wind through meadows, irrigating fields, and orchards, creating a vibrant landscape. It’s no wonder that many Marrakchis choose to have second homes in the Ourika Valley or seek refuge in hostels and hotels during the scorching summers of their city.