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Ouzoud Waterfalls – 1 day trip

Ouzoud Waterfalls – 1 day trip

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This magnificent waterfall (over 100 m) is one of the most remarkable natural attractions in the Atlas of Morocco. 160 km from Marrakech (3 hours driving). Rate: The price is depends on number of people, for the price please contact us. The price includes: Vehicle with driver / guide. Fuel, tolls and any associated expenses.

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Ourika Valley – 1 day trip

Ourika Valley – 1 day trip

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Crossed by the Ourika river, this excursion allows you the discover the high peaks of the Atlas mountains that surround the valley and visit the Berber villages on the way. When you arrive in Ourika your guided walk will take you to a beautiful waterfall in Setti Fatma (optional). 60 km from Marrakech (1.5 hours

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Imlil – 1 day trip

Imlil – 1 day trip

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From Imlil you begin your guided walk to Aremd village (1900m). On the way you will see traditional Berber villages and the highest peak in the North of Africa, Jebel Toubkal. You visit a traditional Gite (guesthouse) to have lunch where you have a beautiful view of the Mizane Valley. After lunch it is a

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Essaouira – 1 day trip

Essaouira – 1 day trip

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A charming small town, Essaouira is an ancient Portuguese fortress built by a French architect in Vauban style, its influence has given a unique result to the town which became the first trade harbour of Morocco in the late 18th century. With a mild climate, it offers beautiful wild beaches extremely popular with surfers. 175

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Ait Ben Haddou – 1 day trip

Ait Ben Haddou – 1 day trip

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This excursion will take you across the High Atlas chain through the Tizi N’Tichka pass, an imposing landscape with high mountains and traditional Berber villages. When descending the east side of the chain, the landscape suddenly changes to an arid and desert panorama. In Ouarzazate, visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou and the Taourirt

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