Escape the hustle of city life in Marrakech and enjoy a guided, full-day walking tour to the beautiful Ouzoud Waterfalls, located near the Grand Atlas village of Tanaghmeilt. Follow the shaded path of olive trees to one of the most popular sites near Morocco — a breathtaking display of natural beauty. The 110-meter-tall falls are surrounded by rugged red cliffs and heavily scented oleander. Look for a variety of birds and possibly Barbary macaques (apes). This small-group tour includes a Marrakech hotel pickup and drop-off.
Take a walking tour to Ouzoud Waterfalls from Marrakech
What a fabulous way to spend a day in Morocco! Quite apart from the spectacle of the waterfalls themselves, everything about this trip was a pleasure. The tour company have clearly invested time and energy into making their trips both comfortable and memorable for their guests. Our driver, Abdul, was a gem chatty, charismatic and brimming with enthusiasm for his country. His eagerness to engage with us on each and every topic over the course of the day set this trip apart from others we arranged during our two week vacation. The hike itself was leisurely and punctuated by breathtaking views and frequent wow moments. The young Berber guide accompanying us spoke eloquently of his life growing up in Ouzoud and gave us a unique insight into local customs and traditions. Highly recommended thank you guys for a wonderful experience!
Again the tour company was amazing and professional. The ride to the waterfalls was long but beautiful. Our driver kept us very entertained along the way. We had a local Berber guide once we reached the waterfalls. He was very professional and informative. He was also very kind and patient with my elderly mother who required more breaks from walking and some assistance on the trail. I could not express enough my gratitude for his kindness because it made the experience enjoyable for everyone. We had possibly the best lunch of our entire Morocco trip at the waterfalls...delicious! I would highly recommend this tour as it is a gorgeous example of the stark contrasts in terrains of Northern Africa and an opportunity to learn more about Berber culture.