The Ouzoud Falls is one of the top sights in Morocco and easily visited from Marrakech. You'll head into the Middle Atlas Mountains to see North Africa's highest waterfalls as well as the and the village of Boughlou, famed for its pottery artisans.
Journey through diverse landscapes, including olive and palm groves, and mountain passes, to Boughlou, we'll stop so that you can mingle with locals selling their handmade pottery – a great souvenir. You'll also enjoy a lunch of fine-grain couscous dressed with local olive oil and toasted local almonds – the region's signature dish. And there's a photo stop at the nearby Imi-n-Ifri Natural Bridge – see if you recognise the silhouette it creates.
Continue to the Ouzoud Falls. Stroll around and marvel at the succession of tiered cascades and the permanent rainbow created by the mist thrown up from the natural power of the water. You might even spot the Barbary apes that hang about basking in the cool mist.