Took a one day excursion to the Atlas mountain. The tour cost varies in price from different tour operator. 200 to 350 Dhirams. Have to bargain to get the lowest price. Always start low. The tour includes 2 to 3 hours drive to the Atlas mountain where there is several waterfalls. The price includes transportation only but the tour operators don't clarify. On the way to the mountains, they stop at a Berber House which is a traditional Moroccan Home. You walk through the house and are offered Moroccan tea. The owner is obviously looking for a tip. Next the tour stops at a herb farm and where they make and sell cosmetics. Very pricy and not worth it. Finally you drive to the falls area. Here are lots of restaurants and cages by the river all along the road to he mountain. Once you get to the falls area, you are introduced to a guide or two. You are left thinking that they are part of the tour but they surprise you at the end when they ask you for 100 Dhirams per person. There are from what we were told 7 falls from small to large. The climb to the falls is steep and rocky. Almost like rock climbing. The guide helps you up. However, make sure you have sneakers or boots. Stones are slippery. I do not recommend this for those who have heart condition or knee problems. The falls themselves are small and almost trickle in places. Not worth the climb. There is a cafe at the falls and the price of tea or sodas are 4 times what they would be below the mountain.
Overall an average excursion.
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