Cascades d'Ouzoud, Ouzoud

#1 of 57 in Nature in Morocco
Must see · Waterfall · Nature / Park
See a different side of the country's natural heritage with a trip to Cascades d'Ouzoud, a set of cascades situated amidst a landscape of green valleys and orchards. Walk through a wood of olive trees to reach the foot of the falls, witnessing the water tumbling into a pool colored red by the soil's iron oxides. Hire a local guide to help you find hidden caves around the falls, as well as the path up to the top, where you'll discover a number of old mills still in use. Bring your camera to snap photos of the colorful scene. Plan your visit to Cascades d'Ouzoud and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Ouzoud road trip planner.
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  • The square is pretty, with monkeys and small boats. There are many small shops and small restaurants. You have to be careful not to be scammed, including by the guide. It's sad, but they all try and.....  more »
  • I would definitely visit again but i would ask to go earlier to avoid the mass amount of tourists that just litter the place more and more as the day goes on, also you can get a Guide ask them to...  more »
  • We spent a couple of hours there, it was very hot, and it felt good to be by the water, mostly local tourists. Great view from above.  more »
  • Beautiful Views. Cute little shops and Barbary Apes that you can feed. Be prepared to walk dow and back up a lot of steps. If this is an issue there are still great views from the top.
  • Most beautiful natural space next to the Marrakech city. 3 hours to go and 3 hours to come back in bus from the center of the city. I recommend it!
  • Amazing and charming place, the waterfall is just epic
  • A "must see" visit and best seen early or late in the day if your able, to miss out the tourist coaches that flock here. The walk down to the foot of the falls is lengthy and steep with hundreds of steps, dozens of shops line the route from top to bottom with friendly vendors who want to stop you and chat Its getting busier and bigger each time I visit..last time in 2019
  • Ouzoud falls are the highest falls in Africa (110 M), you can enjoy swimming do w there or get in small boats, you will also find so many restaurants with nice views, and delicious food, you can always try to feed the monkey's it is a good experience gives a lot of joy and happiness, how ever if you don't have your own car it's kind of hurd to get there,

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