Visit Ouzoud Falls on a full-day trip from Marrakech, and take in the lush scenery of mountain river valley. Linger by the base of the falls, whose cascades fall 360 feet (110 meters) into a broad basin, and watch Barbary apes swing from the olive trees that line the banks. Learn how the community uses the power of Ouzoud — which means 'grinding grain' in Berber — to power small mills at the falls’ precipice, then explore and eat lunch near the falls, as you experience the tranquility of Morocco’s Grand Atlas.
Our driver Abdellah was very polite although he couldn't speak English at all what made the experience a bit complicated, no problems if you're French or Arabic speaker. On arrival a guy, Joseph José or Giuseppe as he tried to be exceptionally charming - depending on your nationality came to collect us and we assumed that was contracted from the company saying that he was showing us the entrance, after explained us his tariff was 500 dirhams for having a walk with us to the bottom of the waterfalls, we answered it was too expensive for our budget and not even needed as Ouzoud is a natural park where spending a nice day seeing monkeys, Jamaican coffee shops and taking relaxing time with your travelling partners. Be aware of these cheeky guides, you don't really need one although they will try to force to get some of your bucks.
Ouzoud falls is beautiful amd i would definatley recomend a trip there... however this is just an expensive drlver..... we were passedover to a guide who rushed us round dispight telling him we didnt want to pay extra...
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