My prime recommendation is to travel Morocco to maximise your time and sights with your own wheels - enhance your photo taking and getting off the beathen/public transport limited track to see more and more of the beauty spots there is to see. I used to complain that rental cars were so expensive in Morocco whereas really they are no more expensive...more
From the bottom of the falls climb up a couple of runs of stairs and you come to a cafe/stall with tables on a terrace overlooking the falls.A variety of food and drink on the menu.I choose a simple omlette, but it came with fresh bread & morrocan salad garnish, home made chips, followed by oranges, coffee and biscuits. together with several drinks...more
There seems to be a lack of signposts to direct you from the carpark to the falls. local guides are quick to direct you to a place where you can view the cascades from the top. this is stunning and not to be missed. BUT unless you want to take a long hike up and down the valley and paying the guide (you need to be fit to do this) go back to the car...more
Combine with trip to Cascades d'Ouzoud and really see the mountains. You'll need a car - 167km to get there, but scenery is worth it. You're in the beginnings of the central High Atlas.