37 reviews of Berber Trails 4WD Day Trip from Marrakech
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Berber Trails 4WD Day Trip from Marrakech. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Salah Saad M, April 2013
Excellent trip through the breath-taking scenes of Atlas Mountains. Visiting the Berber Village was the icing on the cake.
Reviewed by Eva P, March 2013
It was a great tour and me and my husband really enjoyed it. I could do without the trips in the shops. Its just annoying. Not everyone in Britain is millionaire. Just state firmly that YOU DONT WANT ANYTHING! The tourguide is great though and you really go everywhere in Marrakech. Its a great trip for the first day.
Reviewed by Helena K, March 2013
What an amazing trip a spectacular view, we had lots of stops to take pictures and our guide was brilliant, very informative! We had lovely morrocan tea at the Berber village too
Reviewed by Shane M, February 2013
This was one of the highlights of our trip to Marrakech, it was great to get out of the hustle and bustle and get to see the real berbers and the mountains up close. Hassan (our tour guide) was exceptional and we were lucky to be in his 4WD all day and have a good chat!
Reviewed by Ian H, December 2012
Thoroughly entertaining day, which exceeded my expectations.
The Atlas mountains trip there and back were exactly the contrast I wanted from urban Marrakech.
The Land Cruiser was comfortable ( especially as I "bagged" the front seat beng a lone traveller. Our driver's english was not brilliant which saved us from being inundated with trivia but he was an outstanding driver (I guess you have to be to survive in Marrakech traffic.
The Berber house was fascinating and the view from the lunch-stop restaurant worth the trip by itself.
Go on this trip and book with Viator...mine was the cheapest in our car.
Reviewed by ian d, July 2012
We had a great experience on this tour. Seeing the sights of the Atlas mountains and Berber villages. The guide and drivers were excellent with a good number of stops along the way to take everything in. Sharing tea with a Berber family was also a pleasure. The views at the lunch stop were first class and a good meal to go with them.
All in all well worth it
Reviewed by Johann G, USA, June 2012
The best bargain of all the tours excellent guide and driver. The views were incredible, the tea w/ the local family was awesome and an luch was really good with great views. The stops were informative and there wasn't a lot of pressure to buy. Great bargain, thanks to fellow travelers for the suggestion to skip the other tours. A full day sightseeing for a great price!
Reviewed by Jean-Claire F, January 2012
Had a fantastic day out - sun, snow, scenery (yes, snow!) what more could you ask for? Our guide was great although the real hero of the day was the driver who negotiated the winding mountain roads without battling an eye. Definitely recommend this trip as a break from the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh and a way of seeing another side of Morocco.
Reviewed by mrs v Henckel H, January 2012
Wonderful day out
Transport very comfortable, really enjoyed meeting the Berbers.
Reviewed by :-), United Kingdom, November 2010
Reviewed by ERWIN E, Canada, April 2013
It was a trip, which is worth to take when you are in Morocco. Especially the visit to a Berber family and how they live was very interesting. The scenery was very beautiful. It changes almost abruptly from one scenery to the next.
Overall this tour was very educational and satisfying.
Reviewed by Barry H, United Kingdom, January 2013
A great trip to get to see the Atlas Mountains, booked from UK before travelling as only visiting Marrakech for long weekend. Lunch was good and the stop at the Berber village included the full tea ceremony. However the guide rode in the other car, speaking French, so only got a limited commentary.
Reviewed by Subia R, January 2013
Amazing views! Lots of photo oprtunities - took some great pictures! The pottery stop and womens' co-op was interesting but things were hugely overpriced - much cheaper to get same things in city. Visit to berber house was quaint, friendly but sobering. Lunch was tasty and fresh!