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Visited here as part of a day trip. We started at the top where you can see and feed the monkeys in their natural habitat. 600+ steps later you reach the bottom of the falls and as well as the spectacular view you can also...More
A really wonderful hike - from top to bottom to top again. The loop takes a couple of hours and is fine for anybody of average mobility. Beautiful falls and one of the highlights of our trip to Morocco. Well worth making a day trip...More
We devoted 2 days to this place and we are very lucky . We saw this waterfalls in different kinds . First day it was a big stream of white foaming water . The next day this stream increased significantly and acquired a chocolate color...More
The falls are amaizing to see. There is a lot of stairs to walk, but it's worth it. We've met the monkeys on our way down, and there's a lot of nice places to eat some tajin or anything else. Recomending
The falls are attractive looking and it is good for photo opportunities.
We were there on a Saturday and a particularly hot one at that so there were loads (and loads) of Moroccan families out for a swim and picnic. It was very busy.
I would highly recommend visiting this place if you are in Morocco.
The cascades are breathtaking, absolutely amazing to see!I would wear trainers or sturdy footwear as there is a lot of walking and you have to go down one side of the valley then...More
One of the best excursions I did in morocco. Deffo a must see. The waterfall was breathtaking. There is slot of walking so make sure you take trainers or comfortable shoes and clothes. 3 hour drive to get there from marrakesh was all worth it...More
We went here after some heavy rains but still got a blast out of the trekking path here. We went through olive forest and steep trails that go over the water, we navigated the narrow "roads" between abandoned camps and sailed :)) the 3 meters...More
After the hustle and bustle of Marrakech, this is a lovely escape into the mountains. The walk down to the foot of the waterfall was pleasant with accompaniment from loads of monkeys wanting to make friends (and take your food). They were so cute... At...More