Morocco Waterfalls contrasted the country’s rich diversity of cultural heritage as well as history. It felt as if the country was at a cultural crossroads between the European north, the Arabian east, and the Berbers who have inhabited the area for millennia.
Even though we were drawn to the country by its waterfalls, we were pleasantly surprised by the sights and sounds as well as the myriad of unexpected surprises. Indeed, I think of Morocco as a “sensory overload” kind of experience, and I would have to say that is the most succinct way of summarizing it.
As far as the waterfalls in Morocco are concerned, we’ve seen our share at the foot of both the Atlas Mountains and the Rif Mountains. Of course, we’ve visited the famous Cascades d’Ouzoud, but as you can see from the waterfall map above and the listings further down on this page, we visited quite a few more of them.
And for each of our waterfall write-ups throughout the World of Waterfalls website, we share detailed information, driving directions, photographs, videos, nearby attractions, and more. Hopefully, you may find the information that we provide useful for your own trip planning needs.
In the mean time, have a look at our humble sampling of Moroccan Waterfalls, and see if this might inspire you to come for a visit.
We certainly hope to be fortunate enough to come back and experience more of the country’s charms as well as waterfalls…
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