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We really enjoyed this tour. The waterfalls are amazing, and the walk through the groves was really enjoyable. Our guide was fluent in English amongst other languages and very knowledgeable. Be clear though, that the excursion price only seems to cover the transport there & back. The guide required discretionary payment, 50 Dhs per person seemed to be the going rate. Lunch was very good, 4 alternatives, 100 Dhs PP and the boat into the falls (not compulsory but worthwhile) was 25 Dhs PP, and drinks in a cafe along the walk were extra also. Make sure that you wear sensible shoes and take your water, sum cream & camera! It's a long journey from Marrakech, about 2.5 hrs In a mini van. The driver was friendly but don't expect a relaxing ride, he drove very fast, overtook every other vehicle on the road, although they all seem to do this, and nearly knocked a kid off a moped outside one of the schools that we passed. So a few hairy moments but was a good trip.
The Waterfall was gorgeous. I recommend you book a tour to see it. We were frustrated with our guide's inability to keep our group together and efficiently show us & tell us about the sights. Upon arrival we wasted time waiting for another group to join us, then we wasted time standing inside a hot Berber house waiting for the guide to Finally speak to us, then when we arrived at the waterfalls we were given less than 30 minutes to enjoy the falls. He told us to start walking up the hill where we were expected to "sit" at a restaurant for approximately 45 mins to 1 hour. Our guide never gave us a specific meeting point or time during the entire day. We just followed him like little ducklings. Had the guide given us 2 hours at the waterfall and a meeting point for departure to the bus, we could have spent our time at the Waterfall at our leisure instead of worrying that our Guide was going to leave us at any point in time.
This tour requires you to be very flexible, you drive a lot and you stop at the time and the places determined by the driver, no time for going around and explore the areas. Our driver was a lovely and very patient one, however, the different guides during the stopovers were pretty rude and unprepared. They showed us broccolis and coles plantations, their own places and basically spent most of the time waiting us to buy stuff at their agreed shops. The hotel at the stopover was horror, food was cold and so the rooms. The final accommodation (including a fantastic camel ride) was finally excellent prepared and organized (despite the very cold night) This experience was worth alle the rest! The group we were with was really nice. I would recommend only if you lower your expectations to zero and are very very ZEN.
Great Tour! fairly priced. The pick up and drop off service was excellent. The 2.5 hour drive there was in a new van with fantastic air conditioning. when we got there, you are able to just go your own way or get a guided tour for an arranged price (before you set on your journey) We took the guided tour (worth it, only 30 dirhams each) His name was Sal and spoke many languages, His english was great and was a pretty top bloke. after a little trek your at the falls and it is truly breath taking! bring your swimming gear as theres a great spot to swim. After that, your taken to get lunch overlooking the falls. 100 dirhams each. A little pricey, but the food was plentiful and included salads, bread, tagine, fruit and mint tea. All in all a fantastic day! would recommend to anyone! but bring proper shoes.
Booked only the night before & organisers sent clear email about pickup options. Guide was knowledgeable, but a little unclear about how long we had at each stop. Lunch venue (Chez Mounir) served the best tagine we ate in Morocco. You need to be fit and prepared with the right footware for two hours of walking with some steep paths. Great experience... recommend it.