Visit Ouzoud Falls on a full-day trip from Marrakech, and take in the lush scenery of mountain river valley. Linger by the base of the falls, whose cascades fall 360 feet (110 meters) into a broad basin, and watch Barbary apes swing from the olive trees that line the banks. Learn how the community uses the power of Ouzoud — which means 'grinding grain' in Berber — to power small mills at the falls’ precipice, then explore and eat lunch near the falls, as you experience the tranquility of Morocco’s Grand Atlas.
Enjoy a wonderful day in the Atlas Mountains and take a deep breath while admiring the beautiful Ouzoud waterfalls. Located about 93 miles north-east of Marrakech, this 330 ft waterfall represent an exceptional destination in the Moroccan area. The name “Ouzoud” comes from “olive” in Berber referring to the nearby olive trees. You will be able to watch Barbary apes in their natural habitat swinging from the olive branches. From carob trees to the old small mills at the summit of the falls, there are plenty of opportunities to relax peacefully!
Enjoy free time to explore the area as well as eat an optional lunch (additional cost).