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We start our Waterfalls of Ouzoud – 1 day with this beautiful waterfall of more than 100 meters high is one of the most notable natural attractions of the Moroccan Atlas. A caminoconduce from the olive trees at the foot of the falls, while a second route that allows us to reach the top of the falls, where the view over the Gulf, striking. Lunch and free time to enjoy this beautiful lugar.y afternoon back to Marrakech.
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