We visited Oasiria as a break from the intensity of the Medina. We had been told that there was a free bus that went from near the Koutoubia mosque, however finding the bus stop is another matter! After asking a few locals and getting some vague answers we ended up sharing a taxi, only to see the bus drive past in the opposite direction. On arrival our bags were emptied of any food items we were carrying (fair enough I suppose). The food was put in the fridge and we collected on the way out. The changing facilities were easy to find however they are sign posted "locker rooms" and in fact the lockers are in a different building! Most frustratingly upon locating where the lockers were, you had to go back to the souvenir shop to buy a locker ticket - this was a bit frustrating! The slides are somewhat limited, with one multi-slide 3 flumes and 1 larger slide. All worth a go on but perhaps not more than a couple of goes on the best ones (the middle flume and the largest slide). On the plus side in August, there was very little queuing to be done. There was a further rubber ring slide that appeared to be undergoing maintenance and a rapid river under construction. The "lazy river" truly is a slow ride, not suited to thrill seekers! The wave pool is quite good, but wave sessions last perhaps 5 minutes -could be longer. The food is your typical theme-park fodder. There are plenty of nice grass areas to lounge on and a quiet pool for swimming in. All in all I would say you would be bored after 3 hours which is a bit of a problem if you intend to get the free bus home. The shuttle bus runs back to the city but is only allowed to take customers after 5pm -this is ridiculous! I suppose it must be to keep the taxi drivers happy as we ended up paying 60dhs (fixed rate) to get a taxi back as we wanted to go at 3pm.