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Atlas Mountains and Three Valleys: Private Guided Day Trip from Marrakech

From US$64.80
  • Private Atlas Mountains and Three Valleys day trip from Marrakech
  • Flexible itinerary with options to hike, drive, or mule-ride on route
  • Visit a local home and learn about Berber culture from a guide
Atlas Mountains and Three Valleys: Private Guided Day Trip from Marrakech
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Atlas Mountains and Three Valleys: Private Guided Day Trip from Marrakech
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Exploring Morocco’s Atlas Mountains without a guide may mean missing out on Berber culture and scenic viewpoints. Yet, many group tours follow rigid itineraries that don’t allow for spontaneity during the day. This private tour delivers on all counts—with a local guide to arrange logistics and enable interaction with Berber villagers, and the flexibility to personalize your itinerary. A local lunch, optional camel ride, and Berber home visit are all included.
What to Expect
After early pickup at your Marrakech accommodation, head south toward the Atlas Mountains by air-conditioned minivan with your guide.

Admire the views and, after stops at a traditional village and argan oil co-operative, continue into lush, orchard-filled valleys framed by rugged peaks. Stop for a camel ride before venturing deep into the Imlil Valley. Break for Moroccan tea and cake on a scenic terrace and chat to your guide as to whether you want to hike, drive, or ride a mule to the next stop.

Set out for Ait Souka Village the way you’ve chosen, absorbing the scenery and tranquility on route. Here, enjoy a traditional Berber lunch, including tajine (slow-cooked stew) and couscous, and visit a Berber family home to learn about their lifestyle.

Continue to Moulay Brahim near the Asni Valley, and absorb the views of Mt.Toukbal before returning to Marrakech where a hotel drop-off ends your trip.
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Reviewed yesterday
Brilliant day out

We did this trip with ismail on Thursday and it was fantastic. He was polite and helpful, and his English was really good so could understand everything he told us about the life of the Berber people and the sites we visited. Thoroughly enjoyed the...More

1  Thank Jillian R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
One day trip

What an amazing experience, would highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Marrakech! The views were fantastic, food was outstanding and the people of the villages were lovely. Our guide was Issmael, who made us feel very welcome and relaxed. He couldn't do enough for...More

Thank Lindsey T
Reviewed 2 days ago
Atlas mountains and three valleys

I wanted to book for day, but I got trip on other day.....one day later. Strange but during booking I Could not see that, only when I got conformation about the booking. The trip was very nice, just I didn’t like the place of making...More

Thank ingahertecant
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Highlight of morocco

Although our transportation was 15 minutes late to pick us up, we had an absolutely wonderful time with Mohammed and Hassan. Mohammed’s English wasn’t the best but his charisma for Morocco, his culture, and tourism shined through resulting in a pleasant and insightful day. We...More

Thank shelrahrah
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Wish we had opted for the longer trip!!

It was our first time visiting Morocco so we didn't know what to do really. This trip.out with Mohammed was definitely our favourite day of the whole holiday. It started with a stop where we were given the option to ride a camel (we did...More

Thank Felicity K
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Marianne M
24 April 2018|
Response from Fairypoppins | Reviewed this property |
We went in the rain and got quite wet on the camel ride. It cleared up later when we were climbing the mountains though. I can imagine it would be quite miserable and slippery in the rain. I would wait for a dry day for this... More
22 April 2018|
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Response from Vey P | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, the 4 hour walk is a round walk. I can’t remember if there were bathroom stops. I did however stop for a bathroom stop as I would if camping and all was fine! Also the hike is more of a walk up hill and then down... More
Alexandria O
18 April 2018|
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