This small-group tour is limited to 6 people for a more relaxing, personalized experience.
- Day trip from Marrakech to Ouzoud Falls
- Catch sight of a macaque monkey in its natural habitat or a rainbow over the falls!
- Hire a local guide to lead you to the bottom of the falls if you wish to explore further
- Small-group tour limited to 6 people ensures a more intimate experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
You could almost forget you're in the middle of the desert once you see these stunning waterfalls! It's a bit of a trek from top to bottom but a great way to fully experience this wonderful oasis. You might even catch a glimpse of a macaque monkey among the trees!
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What You Can Expect
At 360 feet (110 meters) high, Ouzoud Falls are the highest falls in North Africa. Ouzoud means ‘olive’ in the Berber language of Morocco, so it’s no surprise the plateau above the falls is draped with thousands of olive trees. The ground below is brick-red because of iron oxides in the soil.
Follow a short path to see the magnificent tableau of six different waterfalls cascading down the cliffside. It is a refreshing and rejuvenating sight here in a land often stricken by drought. Keep your camera handy for one photo opportunity after another. In the morning, if you’re lucky, you may glimpse a macaque monkey nearby. In the afternoon sun, you may see a gorgeous rainbow over the falls!
If you’d like to get a different perspective on Ouzoud Falls, you can walk down stone steps to the bottom of the falls. Better yet, hire a guide who can show you some caves along the way.
Savor a traditional tagine (own expense) at a restaurant in the shade of the olive trees before heading back to Marrakech. Your relaxing day trip to Ouzoud Falls concludes with drop-off at your hotel or riad at about 5pm.
Amazing day trip to Ouzoud falls, by far one of the best experiences whilst in Marrakech. The driver picked up up from the hotel and was absolutely amazing made us feel right at home. we stopped of to see the berber villages on route to the falls and it was amazing to see the locals at work making argan oil. They offered us to taste to oils and butters that they had made. once at the falls it was a spectacular view, we climbed down to the foot of the waterfall (i would recommend not hiring a guide once at the falls as you don't need one). the wild monkeys are amazing just jumping about, and eating from the palm of your hands. once in a lifetime experience which i would definitely recommend to anybody. booking through Viator was a breeze, the tour company called our hotel 1 day before travel to confirm everything. I would definitely use Viator again!!
it was good .
we missed HASSAN the Drver .