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Kasbah Bab Ourika, Atlas Mountains

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Kasbah Bab Ourika is an impressive, sustainable and eco friendly wedding venue nestled in an exceptional location with mind blowing views of the Atlas Mountains and the stunning Ourika valley.

What's So Special About Kasbah Bab Ourika?

The Kasbah Bab Ourika sits in an extraordinarily beautiful landscape, way up in the Atlas Mountains, on a hill top, at the very apex of the Ourika Valley. This boutique hotel come wedding venue, looks down to the river, green fields and groves of olives, oranges and lemons and up to the snowy mountain peaks.

With 360 degree panoramic views, kasbah bab ourika receives a blanket of sunlight all day ending in quite the spectacular sunset. A memorable escape from the hustle and bustle of the western world, with on site accommodation for up to 90 guests in 41 rooms – 15 rooms in the main building, 15 in the gardens (including a 5 bedroom villa and 3 pool suites) and 11 including the new retreat. Each room has been individually decorated, all different from one another but to an exceptional standard. Your guests will have spectacular views of the Atlas mountains, the national park and the Ourika Valley from their bedroom.

In the Autumn of 202 a new 11 bedroom ensuite bedroom retreat opened at Kasbah Bab Ourika for parties, weddings, yoga groups and corporate events. The new retreat can be hired individually or together with the main Kasbah bringing together a total of 40 rooms available. The chef, Michael Arthur along with the Kasbah team will provide you and your guests with a delicious, healthy and balanced wedding menu sourced from their own bio kitchen gardens and the Ourika Valley.

A destination wedding at Kasbah Bab Ourika will fill your body and soul with nothing but positive newlywed energy. Fresh mountain air, gardens full of bird song, sunshine far away from the city and amazing star filled nights. The new retreat is an oasis inside an oasis. The same views, the same beauty, the same hospitality… a destination wedding of a lifetime is waiting for you here.

Price: From 10,500

Nearest Airports: Marrakech Airport, Approx 50 mins.

Like this venue? For more information on hiring  Kasbah Bab Ourika as a wedding venue, to request their pricing/packages, check their availability or book a viewing use our contact form via the ‘contact venue’  button.

Want more? Check out our full guide, including legal requirements for Getting Married In Morocco.

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For your guests staying a while – hike through the National Parks and visit the enchanting waterfalls, or camel trek through the valley stopping off at bustling markets. Marrakech’s colourful streets are also less than an hour away and are an eruption of exotic souks and characterful medinas!

venue facilities

Accommodation On Site
Bridal Suite
Clean Up Included
Exclusive Use
Fire Pit
In House Catering
Spa Facilities
Disabled Facilties
Camel Trekking
Child Friendly
Day Trips to : Forest, Nectarome Gardens, Setti Fatma and the Waterfalls, Marrakech.
Mountain Biking

finer details

Exclusive Use
Ceremony / Reception Capacity
Accommodation On Site
41 Rooms / Sleeps 90
Wedding Planner / Co-ordinator
In House (Required)
In House (Required)
In House (Required)
BYO Not Permitted, Corkage Fee Applicable
Permitted Inside & Outside
All furniture included
Closing Time
Accept late licence applications
Closed Periods
Open all year round
Disabled Access
Child Friendly
From 10,500

Flight Duration

3hrs 40 ish from the UK


Moroccan Dirham.

Language Spoken

Arabic and Berber. English is widely spoken.


Up to date Poliomyelitis and Tetanus, Typhoid and Hepatitis A.


Most larger cities have a public bus service but many visitors rely on taxis. Always ask the driver to turn the meter on and bear in mind that there can be a 50% surcharge after 8pm.

Public Holidays

These include Muslim New Year and the festivals of Eid (which vary each year), Proclamation of Independence (11th January), Oued Ed-Dahab Day (14th August) and Independence Day (18th December).

Good Time to Go

Mid-March to October.

good to know

There are specific wedding traditions in the Moroccan culture. Painting hands with intricate henna designs, and being dressed in exotic costumes are all part of a bridal experience. The geometric designs on the henna are said to ward off evil and encourage fertility.

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