Go for a private excursion to admire the nearby olive trees having given their Berber name to the cascades and carob trees. You will also observe monkeys evolving freely in their natural inhabitant around you and swaying from olive trees to olive trees; three large waterfalls dividing in a complex network to feed ponds, 100 m lower, where it is good to bathe. You will be able to have lunch at the deaf and soothing sound of falls, in small cafes restaurants installed in terraces. The magots, little jokey monkeys, will not fail to come and tease you.
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 08:45 AM for a prompt departure at 09:00 AM|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 6:00 PM|
|DRESS CODE||Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hat and sun glaces|
These splendid waterfalls of more than one hundred meters in height constitute one of the most remarkable natural attractions of the Moroccan Atlas. They allow Oued Ouzoud, mountain stream, abundant in all seasons, to join the canyon El Abid wadi a kilometer away.
A path leads, among the olive trees, to the foot of the waterfall. This trail offers points of view closer and closer on the falls. We can descend to the bottom of the depression, where the torrent rushes in a deafening noise.
From the top of the fall, the view of the chasm is impressive. At the edge of the falls, several small wheat mills installed in narrow huts still work.
In the foliage bordering the waterfalls, the visitor will sometimes have the chance to see free monkeys.
You can have lunch in one of the local cafes serving delicious tajines next to the stream, while admiring the view of the waterfalls. Before heading back to Marrakech in the afternoon.