The Atlantic coast of Morocco is beautiful, once you visit it, you will want to come back. Essaouira, a casual city located 3 hours from Marrakech, is a UNESCO World Heritage site-a protected city. The walls of Essaouria and the fortified city of the 16th century offer panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. A day trip to Essaouira – one of the most charming medinas in Morocco-will give you time to visit important monuments, the ancient fish markets and the Seaport. You will also have the chance to watch silver craftsmen and wood carvers at work.
Departure in the morning at 8am from your hotel or riad in Marrakech. The waterfalls of Ouzoud are 3 hours drive from Marrakech and are in the middle of the Atlas range. Falling from a height of more than 100 metres. the waterfalls dive into an infinite series of pools. The Ouzoud Cascades gorge is home to families of Magot monkeys and a variety of native bird species-a delight for birdwatchers! Many visitors to Morocco do not expect this kind of natural experience”, so a visit to the beautiful Ouzoud is a refreshing surprise
Departure in the morning at 9am from your hotel or riad in Marrakech to the Valley of the Orika at about 1000 m of altitude. Here you will discover small villages characterized by red mud brick houses hanging on the slopes of the mountain, terraced agriculture and riverbanks. Lunch will be served in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, it is time to take a walk to reach the waterfalls of the Ourika valley before returning to Marrakech.
Departure from Marrakech to Asni, a typical High Atlas Valley, characterized by a series of Berber villages. Asni is located almost at the foot of the Toubkal mountain, the highest point in North Africa (4167m). From here it is possible to continue to the Tin Mel Mosque at the bottom of the Valley. Built in the early 12th century, this restored mosque is an example of high architecture and unparalleled elegance. After lunch in the High Atlas Mountains, the return to Marrakech will complete the trip in the late afternoon.
Departure in the morning by the 4×4 from your hotel in Marrakech to the kasbah of Aït Ben Haddou, crossed by the mountains of the High Atlas and the Tizi-n-Tichka pass (the highest of All Africa, 2260m). Panoramic views, it will be possible to stop and take pictures. Later, you will have a stop to visit the kasbah of Telouet, which was once used as a palatial residence and seat of the powerful Glaoui tribe. A secondary road through the Ounila Valley leads to the Ait Ben Haddou kasbah where lunch will be served. In the afternoon, a visit to the Kasbah is planned before returning to Marrakech along the High Atlas Mountains. We reach Marrakech in the late afternoon