Tackle Rapids in Morocco

, January 3, 2011

Photo: © Water By Nature

Type of Trip: White-water rafting
Duration: 3 days
Price: from £150
Departure Dates: For 2011: from February-March, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Ability: No previous experience required, children welcome
Start Point: Hotel Tazi, Marrakech
Finish Point: Marrakech
Operated by: Water By Nature


Day 1 starts at 0900, which is when you will be picked up from Hotel Tazi and transported to the Cascades d’Ouzod waterfall. Here you will be given lunch and a spectacular view of the falls. You will then be transported to the river camp where you will have a hearty meal in anticipation for the following day’s adventure. Day 2 starts with a safety induction before heading out onto the world class rapids. After a lunch on the riverside you will spend the afternoon tackling more rapids before reaching to the beautiful Mill Camp. On Day 3 you will take on some of the best rapids of the trip, rafting between two tremendous gorges beneath clear blue skies. You will then be given a well deserved floating lunch as you are pulled by motorboat to Bin El Ouidane. In the afternoon you will be transported back to Marrakech.

Full Itinerary

Included in the price

  • Lunch and dinner on Day 1, all meals on Day 2 and breakfast and lunch on Day 3.
  • All transport
  • Professional white water rafting guide
  • Full length wet suit, wetsuit boots, spray jacket, life jacket, helmet
  • Tents, camping mattress
  • Dry bags

Clothes to bring

  • Close-toed footwear
  • Fleece
  • Warm trousers
  • Swimming costume
  • Warm hat

Equipment to bring

  • Toiletries
  • Sunglasses
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Headtorch (can be rented £1/trip)
  • Sleeping bag (can be rented £8/trip)

Getting there responsibly

Use greentraveller’s journey planner to organise and book train and ferry travel to Marrakech.

Other information

Rafts accommodate 6-8 people and all necessary skills will be taught by a professional guide. You will generally spend 4-5 hours a day on the water, however this is broken up by lunch and other occasional breaks.