Morocco’s Atlas Mountains gems have no ends and the area has limitless attractions with stunning views and magical scenery and untouched Berber villages, all stand waiting to be unrevealed, so this time get the opportunity to discover another standout spot and a great breakout of Marrakech vibrant life, here is your detailed one-day trip to visit the Ouzoud waterfalls .
– Ouzoud waterfalls : The Ouzoud waterfalls are located about 150 km from Marrakech. This island of freshness is very popular with national and international tourists, especially in summer when the temperatures rise briskly. The Ouzoud waterfalls are the most beautiful in Morocco and even in the entire region of North Africa, a unique and splendid site.
Ouzoud is aptly named, since it means “soft”. It rises to nearly 110 meters in height and is located in a corner of unexpected greenery. Olive trees, bougainvillea and freshness await you, with mountain monkeys as spectators. As a bonus, a permanent rainbow over the waterfalls.
Your driver will come to fetch you from the nearest point to your accommodation and drive for about three hours and half toward the fabulous El-Abid River where Ouzoud waterfalls settles, surrounded by a lush jungle creating a great natural scenery.
Enjoy a quiet challenging descent from the valley as the spray of the falls freshen your face, the area is also known for the mischievous macaque monkeys and watching them jumping back and forth between the trees is another joy itself.
Down at the bottom of the path the 3 cascades created a cooling pool where tourists and locals alike can’t resist the desire to cool off despite the restriction of swimming in the place.
The waterfalls have different restaurants and well-placed cafes overlooking the pool and gives you the the privilege to get a fresh cooked tagine and swiping a cup of mint tea as you watch people down the falls enjoying their time on the river bank and admire the magical view of the surrounding
On your way back to Marrakech we offer you a Bonus, since there will be a drive to Imi-n-ifri or “the door to the cave”, where the collapse of an underground cave system has created a natural arch and caused one of the most beautiful scenes and first-rate tourist attractions.
Once done visiting the area get back to Marrakech where the drop off will take place.
has much more up its sleeve and ensures something for everyone.
Drop off at Marrakech.