Starting from Marrakesh, a day’s visit to the famous Ouzoud waterfalls of about 100 metres in height and which constitute one of the most spectacular natural beauty spots in Morocco. It is about a three-hour drive to get there. The surrounding countryside offers red cliffs, oleander and doves and, if you are lucky, you will catch a glimpse of some Barbary apes. Bird-watchers will enjoy a trip to the waterfalls, too as will walkers who can enjoy the area at any time of year, except perhaps the hottest summer months of July and August.
There are plenty of places to have lunch with a view over the waterfalls from their terraces. And a short walk will bring you to the top of the falls from where you can look down at their full magnificence and at the river. The best view of the falls is from the bottom – good exercise as well, as there are some 1000 steps!
On the road back to Marrakesh at Demnate, we drive the six kilometres to Imi-n-Ifri, which in the local dialect means “door to the cave”. It is a natural rock bridge formed by an underground cave system collapsing. The views from here are spectacular as the Méhasseur River flows between the sheer, vertical rock walls.
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We do not charge for children under 5.
The price for trips includes the transport in a private air-conditioned 4×4 Toyota Prado and fuel, an experienced English/French/Spanish/Italian-speaking driver/guide, and lunch. Drinks and tips are not included.
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