Me and my boyfriend spent 7 nights here as a spontaneous last minute holiday, we were very new to morocco and the culture so we're nervous about venturing out, our only regret is not booking more trips out. The trip we did was the cascades and its was fantastic, our guild was very helpful and told us a lot about the atlas mountains and the waterfall there. If you do book this trip I'd advise to take more than two bottles of water and wear suitable shoes as there is a lot of walking. There were under 400 steps down to the waterfall, during the way down there are quite a few stalls selling various things, the children did come over a few times trying to sell you things but a polite no thank and they walked away. We didn't go into the market as we're a bit reserved but we were talking to another English couple and they said they had more problems in Egypt with people hassling and begging. The hotel was very clean and well looked after. Couldn't complain about the rooms as we're clean and freshened up each day. The food got boring towards the end of the week but as inclusive you find that in most places. We did have upset tummies but it didn't effect our whole holiday. The only bad thing that we found annoying was the WiFi connections they were very frustrating at times. The hotel is quite far away from other hotels so I would say this is more for the lazy type if you just like to sit by the pool. The water park itself was a little disappointing as not all the slides were working but we thought this was due to the end of season, I can see it being a very fun day during the summer. Also it wasn't far from our room so easy access. The staff were very friendly and helpful never showed negative attitude towards anything and worked hard. When visiting morocco it makes you realise how lucky we are. The last couple of days they were having problems with the swimming pool as it wasn't filtering so it became cloudy and smelly but the staff were cleaning it constantly to fix the problem.
I would recommend.this resort to my friends and family. In my opinion I think if you've never been to a country like this then two weeks is enough to get a feel for the place and then venture out when more confident.
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