The Ourika Valley starts about 40 km south of Marrakech heading towards the Atlas mountains, and Ourika is a typical region of High Atlas Mountains.
The day program includes the visit to a Berber family to understand more about the daily routine of this Moroccan indigenous population. The host will perform the mint tea cerimony, the national hot drink enjoyed several times during the day, basically an aggregative ritual among family members, friends, and visitors.
The trip then continues towards Setti Fatma and its famous seven waterfalls. You can certainly climb all of them but after the first one the climbing becomes more challenging and besides climbing experience proper gear is also recommended.
The village of Setti Fatma is without doubt very pleasant to visit and lunch will be certainly enjoyed in one of the many and amazing open-air Berber restaurants which border the river’s sides, where food is deliciuos and the ambiance relaxed, and where the locals mingles with the tourists to experience a genuine and unforgettable Moroccan meal!