Ouzoud Waterfalls day trip
Ouzoud Waterfalls day trip is a trip to Discover the waterfalls of Middle Atlas Mountains, the magic of the olive groves, meeting the Berber people and tasting the local dishes. The Ouzoud waterfall has all the qualities to ensure your dream today.
The surrounding landscape is made up of idyllic green valleys, mills, orchards. Also. the dramatic gorges of the El Abid River . Then, The Cascades d’Ouzoud represents a complex network of waterfalls that cascade over 100 meters one into another through three major and several minor drops.
Departure at 8:30 am, following the road to Fez, 2h30 drive that will take you to the village of Ouzoud 180 km from Marrakech at 1500m altitude, famous for its 100m waterfalls, the highest in North Africa, a You are offered a walk at the foot of the waterfalls, then go up 600 steps to reach the restaurants nestled on the Cliff.
After lunch on site we will take the road (30 min) to visit the natural bridge of Imi n’Ifri, one of the wonders of Moroccan nature. Return to Marrakech at the end of the day.
Ait Benhaddou is one of the oldest Kasbahs village in the South-East of Morocco, Also Telouet used to be the Pacha Capital during the French colinisation in Morocco. we are going to visit the village and the Kasbah Lunch in a Local Restaurant
Very Beautiful City to Visit in one day Depart from Marrakech, Essaouira is the blue city of the Atlantic Coast, the port of the city is interesting to see or it souks and Local product, Also for Argan Oil as well….
The Ouzoud waterfalls are waterfalls about 110 m high, on three levels, on a picturesque geological site of the Ouzoud wadi, at an altitude of 1060 m in the Atlas massif, between the Moyen Atlas and the High Atlas, Morocco.
Cascades D’Ouzoud: What is special about these falls? The Cascades D’Ouzoud
Macaca, the Macaque, is a genus of primates in the Cercopithecidae family. These Catarhine monkeys are widely distributed in Asia, from India to Japan and the Wallace Line, as well as North Africa and Gibraltar.
The M’Goun Geopark is among the important achievements of the Tadla Azilal region. It is a protected territorial space which extends over an area of 12,000 km2 in the middle of the chain of the High Central Atlas, between Beni Mellal in the North and Azilal in the South.
The region of Tadla Azilal, by the quality of its nature, the diversity of its geological formations and the richness of its historical, cultural and architectural heritage, constitutes a paradise for researchers. The Geopark constitutes an operational platform for the development of scientific and environmental research. He came to preserve this heritage and contribute to the protection of the region’s natural and cultural specificities and to the development of sustainable tourism and the economic fabric.
Launched in 2004, the geopark includes geosites, georoutes and places of ecological, archaeological, historical and cultural value.
For the management of the geopark, a partnership agreement has been concluded between the Regional Council of Tadla Azilal, the Provincial Councils of Beni Mellal and Azilal, the Group of Municipalities for the Protection of the M’Goun Geopark of Beni Mellal, the Group of Communes of the Great and Middle Atlas of Azilal and the Association for the Protection of the Geological Heritage of Morocco.
The project to build an Earth sciences museum, launched in 2009 is also part of the M’Goun Geopark. It is an exhibition space for the geological and cultural heritage of the region which will allow the creation of a new dynamic for the development of the regional economy and the promotion of mountain tourism. The project is financed by the Regional Council of Tadla Azilal, in collaboration with the General Directorate of Local Authorities of the Ministry of the Interior.