Discover natural wonders of Morocco on our private day tour.
Ouzoud falls are the highest natural waterfalls in North Africa.
Travel into the Middle Atlas Mountains through the charming Tadla plains dotted with hundreds of olive tree farms and witness the stunning 360-foot (110-meter) waterfalls as they plunge down rugged cliffs.
Meet our local guide for a walking tour of about one hour and follow the path to the bottom of the falls overlooking the majestic red-coloured rock cliffs.
Get close to the mountains’ very own animals – local Barbary apes climbing trees, playing and getting close to people.
Having taken in the full beauty of the area, finish your journey with lunch at one of the local restaurants facing an amazing view of the waterfalls.
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∴ Your day tour from Marrakech to Ouzoud waterfalls starts in the morning, with a 3 hours drive north of Marrakech, crossing the hills of the Middle Atlas Mountains and charming Tadla plains dotted with hundreds of olive tree farms.
∴ After arriving at the village of Ouzoud your journey to the picturesque hills will start with a downhill walk.
Our local guide will take you for a walking tour around the picturesque area starting from the bottom of the falls accessible through a shaded path of beautiful olive trees.
∴ While admiring the splendid views of the 110m high waterfalls of Ouzoud you’ll be greeted by local Barbary apes, monkey species origin to the area, expecting a little food and treats.
∴ After the walk and a little boat swim up close to the falls enjoy locally made lunch facing an amazing view of the waterfalls. Local cafés tucked away in the hills are available next to the falls for a light lunch and to relax before you walk up to the village and meet your driver to return back to Marrakech.
∴ Your day trip to Ouzoud waterfalls will end in the afternoon. Estimated arrival time in Marrakech at 7pm.
Your Accommodation in Marrakech
• Local Official Guide
• Entries & Admissions
• Staff Gratitude
• Personal Expenses
Q1.What Should I Wear?
Ouzoud is a mountainous area with mild temperatures in winter and relatively warm during summer months. Comfortable outdoor footwear and outerwear that you can layer is recommended.
Q2.What Do Monkey Eat?
Please kindly note, we strongly support responsible and animal friendly tourism. In order to protect the natural environment and all its species for generations to come, we kindly advise our customers to responsibly feed local barbary monkeys. Please be aware that only natural foods are suitable for animals. Most monkeys eat nuts, fruits, seeds, palm dates and flowers. These can be purchased in the village of Ouzoud from local shops or along the way to the waterfalls. No sweets, cookies, or bread should be given to local animals. Thank you for your cooperation and support!
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