Had a really great guide the pottery was a bit funny but then it set the day for everything being not what I thought it would be but better well worth going on saw inside house had the mint tea which was the best I had views of mountains great and the valley had wonderful sites to see would recommend to anyone
Very good trip. Our guide was excellent and very informative. I would recommend this to travellers of all ages.
M E J United Kingdom
This was an excellent trip, especially the tea at the Berber home.
Robert Albert B Gibraltar
A most enjoyable experience after a problematic conversation the previous day when we were informed once again that we would be unable to take the visit due to shortage of tourists.Maybe Viator could ensure that subagents in Marrakech 'holiday services' should be a little more positive with their clients.Trip offeredlovely scenery
Brilliant trip. Unfortunately at first we didn't think it was going to be as the trip was delayed from 09.30 to 1.30pm. Then the bus was 45 minutes late. BUT after all that it was wonderful. We had proper mint tea and home made bread in a Berber home. Fantastic guide as well.
This was a great way to spend the afternoon! The travel up the mountainside roads alone was worth the price! We made several stops, and at just the right times and places. The scenery every was beautiful, and our guide was very knowledgeable.
Really nice, friendly and enthusiastic tour guide. Well-placed and interesting stops. I thought the stop at the apothecary's felt like a time-filler and not specific enough to the locality. Overall it was very good.
FAISAL A United Kingdom
Nice trip the guide was not really keen to explain about the trip.
WinningTogether United Kingdom
This was a half way house between a full trip to the Atlas mountains and not going at all. If you want a more thorough visit then this isn't the trip for you. If you want a quick taste of the valley, mountains and Berber culture then half a day is fine.
This was a pleasant afternoon but we subsequently did the 4WD tour and there is quite a lot of duplication with the 4WD being far the better option.
Great landscape, enjoyed visiting the village and drinking tea with the local people.
A good opportunity to get out of the main city of Marrakech and see some of the dessert and the Atlas mountains. Sadly the tour seemed to focus more on getting you to spend money with the local artisans than seeing the sites of the Ourika Valley, however seeing how Argan oil is made was interesting.
Really good to be given an oppertunity to stop and take pictures. I was expecting more mountains. The drinking was a relaxing experience. Sites were not something i would go back to marrakech for.
Aneil B United Kingdom
They rearranged this trip for Thursday, it was raining so we couldn't see the mountains. The guide and driver were good. I wouldn't pre-book a tour. I would book a tour with a local firm while there.
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