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One day excursions

One day Excursions

Essaouira, departure from Marrakech

1 day (340 km D/A)

A charming small town, Essaouira is the ancient Portuguese city of Mogador. It was fortified by a French architect, adept of Vauban. The result is unique and original. Today, Essaouira is a city of artists.

Ourika, departure from Marrakech

1 day(120 km D/A)

Direction Oukaimden known for the famous ski resort. You can have lunch and admire the waterfalls of Seti Fatma. During the way back to Marrakech we’ll pass for the Ourika valley and its beautiful hills and traditional Berber villages, known for its famous ceramics and mineral resources.

Ouzoud, departure from Marrakech

1 day (320 km D/A)

Early morning we will leave in direction of Damnate and its fields of olive trees. We will pass through the natural bridge of Imi Nifrid where we will stop to enjoy a mint tea in the homes of the inhabitants of Berber villages, enjoying the magnificent scenery.

Ouirgan, departure from Marrakech

1 day (120 km D/A)

Excursion in a typical valley of the High Atlas. Asni is located almost at the foot of Mount Toukbal, the highest point in North Africa at 4,167 meters above sea level. In the Valley the magnificent scenery of the traditional Berber villages.

Oasis of Fint, departure from Ouarzazate

1 day (120 km D/A)

Departure from Ouarzazate in direction of the oasis of Fint. One-day excursion, obligatory in 4×4 to cross the beautiful desert oasis and the mountains surrounding Ouarzazate. From the mountain we will descend along the river following les Falaises abruptes that delimit the boundaries of the oasis. Lunch in the homes of the inhabitants of Berber villages. In the afternoon visit to the Kasbah of Teffteltout.

Ouarzazate

1 day (50 km D/A)

The first half of the day will be dedicated to visit of the historic monuments of Ouarzazate, and afterwards a visit to the Kasbah of Taourirt, the first residence of Glaoui, and the museum of cinema. Finally we’ll visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, an ancient Berber Kasbah under UNESCO, which has preserved the architecture and the rhythms of original life.