taroudant - The diversity of Morocco’s landscapes, waterfalls, beaches, climate and culture makes it among the lists of famous countries that appear regularly in best destinations and attractions lists in the world.
taroudant – The diversity of Morocco’s landscapes, waterfalls, beaches, climate and culture makes it among the lists of famous countries that appear regularly in best destinations and attractions lists in the world.
The kingdom’s rich nature and diverse landscapes make it a genuine destination and a unforgettable experience for tourists who visit it.
The waterfalls of Ouzoud, which received the Certificate of Excellence 2014 by the international travel website, TripAdvisor, are one of the most popular sights in Morocco, providing uplifting sightseeing.
The falls of Ouzoud, which is a Berber name meaning “the process of grinding grains,” lie in a beautiful and friendly small village. The falls provide visitors with stunning views and strenuous, rewarding experiences for hikers.
Oum Rabia Waterfalls
Located in the middle Atlas in the Khénifra Province, it is among the sources that feed the Oum Rbia River, one of the biggest rivers in the kingdom. The Cascade of Oum Rbia is also one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Morocco.
Paradise Valley waterfalls
On the road of Imouzzer Ida Outanane, 56 km from Agadir, there is a small rest stop. This is where the adventure to Paradise Valley begins. Mountains, forests, and rivers surround this beautiful place. It is composed of three major waterfalls with immense natural turquoise swimming pools.
A little paradise on earth located 30 kilometers from the city of Chefchaoun in the valley of Talembote, the waterfall of Akchour is a pristine natural beauty and will guarantee an amazing scenery.
Akchour is an uplifting cascade, attracting more and more tourists since the opening of the natural park of Talassemtane.
Imouzzer Ida Outanane
Ida Outanane waterfalls in the Souss-Massa-Draa region represent a rare live show that will delight more than one, they spring on several levels and flow along rock walls.
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