Ouzoud waterfalls excursion

ouzoud waterfalls excursion

Ouzoud Waterfalls excursion : The Ouzoud waterfalls are located in the Grand Atlas village of Tanaghmelt in the province of Azilal. There is about 3-hour drive and 150 km north-east of Marrakech. This falls are one of the most breathtaking places in Morocco and probably the pretties in North Africa. Falling from a height of 110 meters, the falls plunge into an endless series of pools thatcascade one into another through three major and several minor drops. It is a stunning view from the bottom up! Take pictures of the rainbow that often appear near the bottom of the falls. Everything just captures your eyes when you arrive at Ouzoud, from the olive grove, the food, herbs, and people! The waterfalls great you with all their splendor and breathtaking majesty. Ouzoud waterfalls are dumping water to a beautiful oasis down below with a couple of restaurants and observation points.

 Ouzoud waterfalls excursion allows you to :

– Discover the beauty of the biggest waterfalls in North Africa

– Catch sight of a macaque monkey

– See the typical Berber villages of the High Atlas Mountains

– Enjoy traditional Berber meal, a Tagine with a panoramic view over the falls.

Price :

Group 2 People 3-4 People For 5 people or more 
Price per person 90 € 70 € 60 €

Price Details :

Payment covers Excluded from the price
– English speaking guide
– Transfers from /to your hotel (Taxi, 4 WD or Minibus )
– Lunch
– Free time to explore the sites, Walks, Canyons, Breaks for photos…
– Ticket flight
– Travel insurance
– Accommodation and meals in Marrakech
– Drinks
– Entrance fees
– Traditional tips

Additional Details

– Ouzoud waterfalls excursion is available and can be arranged for groups of all sizes.

– Further discounts are available for group sizes over 8 people.

– You can pay in €/$/£ or Moroccan Dirhams.


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Ouzoud waterfalls excursion : Escape the heat and hustle of Marrakech on a full-day trip to the Ouzoud Falls, the tallest waterfall in the North Africa.

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