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Mustafa our guide was superb. Even though our riad didn't have access via a car he still came to find us! He's very knowledgeable and told us lots about Moroccan life at every stop. Camel Ride isn't that great but the rest of the stops were well worth it.
My boyfriend and I decided to take this tour based on the high ratings. Our trip to the Atlas Mountains was truly an incredible experience. From the beginning, we were welcomed by our lovely guide, Mustapha Amazoz, who made our trip feel really special. He was kind and explained everything clear (he even gave us some snacks). The views were wonderful, the people were extraordinary and the food was from another world. It is an experience we are sincerely recommending.
Our guide was Rachid and our driver was Hassan. They were right on time picking us up and explained the outline of the day for us. Their English was very good and we really enjoyed their company and all their knowledge of the area. The camel ride was a lot of fun and we had refreshments provided throughout the day but the highlight was the authentic lunch served up on a terrace with a beautiful view of the mountains. It was lovely to be in such a remote area with the simplistic nature surrounding us along with donkeys, chickens and goats roaming freely. The range of houses built into the mountain side and rock stairs to climb everywhere was a delight. Our guides attended to us very well and I would recommend this tour highly!
We had a really memorable day with a fabulous guide. I would really recommend this trip as it was the best thing I did while in Marrakesh. The mountains are stunning and our guide took us to his parents home which gave us a personal insight into the Berber way of life. Everything about it exceeded expectations!!
We had a thoroughly enjoyable day visiting the Atlas mountains and hearing the history of the Berber people and the area as a whole. Both Hassan (our driver) and Ibrahim (our guide) had a very deep knowledge of it all, being Berbers themselves. The lunch was fantastic, and the hike was a good length, although we would have liked another hour for that and not so much time set aside for lunch. The only slight negative on the day was the camel ride. About 30 minutes outside of Marrakech we stopped off in a random wasteland where there were a couple of tents, and about 10-12 camels already giving other tourists rides. I'm all for locals finding ways of making money from tourism, but this just felt too forced, especially as it was obvious most of the camels didn't want to be doing it, & weren't treated particularly well by the owners/trainers. Plus it wasn't the best surface for there feet - lots of big rocks everywhere! This tour would still be decent value for money without the camels!