Marrakech Day Trips

Takerkoust lake & Plateau kik

Takerkoust Lake and Kik Plateau overview:

Get out of the heat of Marrakech and travel to the stunning sceneries of the High Atlas Mountains and the beautiful moroccan countryside. Experience a taste of rural Morocco, learn about local berber life and discover its many hidden facets.
Start our Plateau kik day trip from marrakech with 4x4 vehicle drive towards the Dam of Lalla Takkerkoust on the Nfis River, a beautiful panorama on the Atlas mountain range. We will join the track road passing through several Berber villages, situated at the foot of the Atlas Mountains.
We continue to the plateau of Kik, a very beautiful panorama having the lake like centre. Plain dominated by massive water-bed of the dame and by the chain of the High Atlas (tops with more than 4000 meters). After this, we stop at the holy village “Saint Moulay Brahim” (there is an annual holy ceremony that is held in July). Now, we arrive to the beautiful spot of Asni Ouirgane, with a splendid sight of Mont Toubkal, Covered with snow during winter and in spring.
Leaving Asni, we will follow the road of Tizi n’Test, in the direction of Marrakech, passing by Moulay Brahim Gorges. At Tahanaoute, there is a small road to join quickly the valley of Ourika where your lunch is reserved in a good restaurant.
Afternoon transfer return trip to your hotel in Marrakech.

What's included in Takerkoust and Plateau kik day trip?

  • Pick-up from your hotel, riad, or accommodation in Marrakech.
  • Drop off at your hotel, riad or accommodation in Marrakech
  • Duration : 1 Day ( 10 hours approx.)
  • Maximale group size: 6 people to ensure more personalized attention from your guide
  • Transport: 4x4 Toyota Tx Prado or minvan

Takerkoust and Plateau kik day trip highlights :

  • Full Day Trip to visit the scenic three valleys
  • Explore the idyllic Takerkoust Dam and Kik Plateau
  • See the stunning atlas mountains and witness local berber life
  • Have lunch in a Berber house
  • See acres of Almonds, peach, walnuts and olive trees