The tour starts in Marrakech, heading east towards the Ouzoud waterfalls. These falls are a top attraction in Morocco, standing as the second highest waterfall in Africa at 110 meters tall.

Our journey begins with a pick-up from your location, followed by a scenic drive of about 160 km to reach the waterfalls from Marrakech.

Upon arrival, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the area and partake in various activities alongside the locals. We’ll then return to Marrakech in the afternoon


  • Discover the second highest waterfall in Africa, standing at 110 meters tall.
  • Enjoy a scenic drive of about 160 km from Marrakech to the waterfalls, passing through the Atlas Mountains and olive tree fields.
  • Explore the picturesque village of Tanaghmeilt and witness the majestic Ouzoud waterfalls cascading down in multiple tiers.
  • Take a leisurely walk along trails that lead to small pools at the bottom of the waterfalls, surrounded by lush greenery.
  • Opt for a guided tour to learn about the local flora, fauna, and Berber culture, or explore independently at your own pace.
  • Indulge in a delicious lunch at one of the stream-side restaurants serving traditional tagines while admiring the waterfall views.
  • Relax by the river and soak in the natural beauty before heading back to Marrakech in the late afternoon.
  • End the day trip around 7-8 PM, with drop-off at your hotel or the nearest accessible point to your riad.


You’ll start your day trip from Marrakech at 8:00 am, departing from your accommodation. The journey takes about 3 hours, crossing the stunning Atlas Mountains to reach the Ouzoud waterfalls located north of Marrakech in the village of Tanaghmeilt. Along the way, you’ll pass through vast olive tree fields, and as you approach, the majestic falls will come into view—a sight to behold!

You’ll reach the village of Ouzoud from here. When you get there, you can explore the area by yourself or hire a local guide to show you around. You’ll see waterfalls that drop more than 110 meters, one after the other, while walking on trails that lead to small pools at the bottom.

You can have lunch whenever you want at one of the nearby restaurants that serve delicious tagines next to the river, while enjoying the views of the waterfalls and relaxing before heading back up to the village. Your driver will be waiting to take you back to Marrakech, and the day trip usually ends around 7-8 PM, depending on traffic and the time of year. You’ll be dropped off at your hotel or the closest point to your riad.

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Important! This is a proposed tour schedule; if it doesn’t suit you, please contact us. A customized itinerary will be created based on your interests and stay duration. We provide personalized Morocco tours.

As more people join the trip, the price drops. If the payment is fixed, transportation costs will be proportionate to the number of people. Cost depends on accommodation quality. Please contact us for a quotation.


What language is spoken in Morocco?

Arabic is the official language, with a Moroccan dialect called Darjia widely spoken. French is also common due to historical ties, and some Spanish is heard in certain areas.

Is Morocco safe for travelers?

Morocco is generally safe and politically stable. Tourists should be mindful of petty theft, scams, and harassment, which are the most common crimes.

How should I dress in Morocco?

Dressing conservatively is advised, especially for women. Covering down to wrists and ankles is required when visiting mosques.

What is the currency in Morocco?

The Moroccan Dirham (MAD) is the local currency. It’s recommended to have cash for smaller markets and cabs, as they may not accept credit cards.

When is the best time to travel to Morocco?

Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) are ideal for pleasant weather.

What food is common in Morocco?

Traditional dishes include tagine, couscous, and mint tea. Street food and local delicacies offer a taste of Moroccan culture.

Is tipping customary in Morocco?

Yes, tipping is customary for services such as dining, guides, and taxis.

What are the must-visit places in Morocco?

Marrakech, Fes, Chefchaouen, and the Sahara Desert are among the top destinations.

Can I use Euros or US Dollars in Morocco?

While the Dirham is preferred, some places may accept Euros. US Dollars are less commonly accepted and should be exchanged for local currency.

Are there any health precautions I should take before traveling to Morocco?

It’s advisable to consult with a travel clinic for recommended vaccinations and to carry any personal medications.

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Moroccan Trips stands as a beacon of excellence in the realm of travel, founded in 2012 by the distinguished tour operator, Amar Amraoui. With a childhood spent amidst the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Sahara Desert, Amar possesses an unparalleled depth of knowledge and profound affinity for Morocco’s diverse terrain and cultural heritage. Drawing from years of hands-on experience as an esteemed in-country agent for esteemed national and international travel entities, Amar has honed his craft in guiding discerning travelers across Morocco’s captivating landscapes. His career in the tourism industry began in 2007, and he has since remained steadfastly committed to promoting eco-friendly travel strategies. A graduate with a Bachelor’s (BA) degree in Sustainable Tourism and Languages, Amar Amraoui embodies a blend of academic prowess and practical expertise. At Moroccan Trips, Amar’s mission is to transcend mere travel and curate transformative experiences that resonate with the soul of Morocco, offering bespoke journeys that blend cultural immersion with unparalleled adventure. Experience the epitome of professionalism and personalized service with Moroccan Trips. Allow us to be your trusted partner in crafting bespoke travel experiences that leave an indelible mark on your heart and mind, as we invite you to discover the true essence of Morocco’s boundless beauty and timeless allure.

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