Atlas Day Trips

Atlas Mountains Day Trip :

Follow ancient Berber Trails across the Atlas Mountains on a day trip from Marrakech into the Moroccan past. From the valleys to the mountain summits, you will discover the faces, smiles and traditional lifestyle of Morocco, away from the busy cities.

The Imlil valleys are an area of truly outstanding natural beauty, with a rich cultural heritage among the traditional Berber communities. What is particular impressive about the Local people have been fully incorporated into crucial decision-making processes to plan the various development initiatives in the area, such that its rich environmental and cultural resources are managed sensitively so that they can be experienced by future generations.

Azzaden Valley Day Trek :

This  full day walk will Take you through amazing landscapes and dash mud brick built villages, green terraces, fruit plantations, with ascends and descends. You can choose the walks according your fitness. So please talk to us, we will help you to find the right walk!

These treks will start and end in Tassa Ouirgane, a small Berber village at 1300m, at the entry of the Toubkal National Park.

Ourika and Setti Fatma waterfalls  Day Trip :

Ourika valley day trip is the closest day trip destination from Marrakech, due to its many waterfalls and wondeful nature, it is a very popular attraction , the Ourika valley spreads between the first foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Despite it being so close to Marrakech, this beautiful lush green valley is definitely one of the best preserved valleys in Morocco. At about 64km from Marrakech, the village lays at the end of the road, but an offroad (to Timichi) and then a mule track continues up the valley to pass to Tacheddirt and Oukaimeden, which has the best skiing station in Morocco and interesting prehistoric rock carvings. The path also continues through the mountain to Imlil and Toubkal, making it a useful starting/finishing point for trekkers. So this day trip to the picturesque village of Ourika will allow you to experience some of the beauty of the North African countryside without sacrificing the comforts of your hotel or riad.

Asni Valley Day Trip :

We start our Asni and Ouirgane day trip from Marrakech at 09am to The valley of Asni Ouirgane to see the one of the most beautiful countryside in Morocco and the lake that fills the fall floor. About an hour from Marrakech lies the magnificent green valley of Ourigane, hidden in the foothills of Mount Toubkal. You can visit the souk Tahanout (Tuesday and Saturday) before taking the drive through the river gorges Ghezaia on the way to Asni, famous for amethyst, for a picnic lunch while enjoying the fabulous mountain scenery. Ouirgane is the peak (the highest point) of the mountains around at an altitude that levels up 2300 meters in some areas, and spreads over many kilometers.
The Asni and Ouirgane Valley known as The Happy Valley with its amazing greenery, wild and flora, it is an ideal start point for treking lovers.

Tinmel Mosque & Ijoukak Day Trip :

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I worked as a tourist Driver, waiter & cook laboratory operator, cosmetic and alimentary products distributor ... for certain time, but being away from guiding made me realize how much I loved teaching clients about my land, my people and life. I started getting into technical mountaineering trips. Since then, I’ve never looked back. Guiding means providing a safe, rewarding experience for my clients, so you’ve gotta enjoy interacting with new people. Really, I’m a learning teacher.” How to Gain Experience: “Most guides I know work for companies so they don’t have to worry about attracting clients or getting public land permits and insurance. In morocco, independent guides have a tough time with those three things, especially in the beginning. start at a company and gain skills, connections, and a reputation. that's what allow me to branch out.

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