Day trip to the Waterfalls of Ouzoud with Berber villages, Mint Tea & Barbary Apes
The prettiest waterfalls in Northern Africa can be found in the Grand Atlas village of Tanaghmeilt, about 150 km north-east of Marrakech. They are called the waterfalls of Ouzoud.
Journey to the Waterfalls of Ouzoud
Travelling exclusively by private vehicle with an English-speaking guide, you’ll pass fields of olive trees on a scenic drive towards the waterfalls in Ouzoud. En route pause at the natural bridge of Imi Nifrid to enjoy Moroccan mint tea and beautiful views. There is lots of opportunity for taking photos, plus the chance to visit a traditional watermill, before enjoying a tasty Berber lunch near the waterfalls surrounded by lime, pomegranate and oak trees.
Easy Trails & Barbary Apes
After lunch you can choose either to relax by the pools or to stroll along the network of trails leading to the pools below the falls. If you are feeling adventurous, an exciting walk explores underground passages close by. If you’re lucky, a beautiful rainbow may appear at the bottom of the falls and the resident Barbary apes may make an appearance to drink from the water.
|Group size||2 – 3||4 – 5||6 – 12|
|Price per person||£80||£70||£60|
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