Morocco - South Atlantic Coast

Imouzzer is a small Berber town, that was isolated until the 1930s. It is known for its spectacular Cascades or waterfalls.

While only 60kms north of Agadir, the terrain and landscape is not for the fainthearted as you travel long, steep mountainous roads to reach the town, but the journey is worth it for the tranquillity and breathtaking views as far as the eye can see.

Travelling through Paradise Valley, an oasis at the foot of the mountains, you will notice the lush vegetation of palm groves and argan trees, famous for its oil and only grown in this region of Morocco.

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