On the famous Ouarzazate road , 100 km far from Marrakesh, with more than 2000 m of altitude (6500 ft), this site contains six canyons, from Beginner to Expert.
The road out of Marrakesh leads abruptly into the countryside, to quiet olive groves and desultory villages consisting of little more than a hanut (convenience store) and a roadside mechanic. You’ll pass the R’mat River, the Oued Zat, and the Hotel Hardi. From here the road begins to rise, winding through fields that are either green with barley and wheat or brown with their stalks. At Km 55 you’ll encounter the Hotel Dar Oudar in Touama. In springtime magnificent red poppies dot the surrounding fields. On your left at Km 124 from Marrakesh you’ll see the Palais-n-Tichka, a sort of Wal-Mart for these shiny minerals, as well as other souvenirs. It’s also a good restroom stop. The road begins to climb noticeably, winding through forests and some of the region’s lusher hillsides. A broad valley opens up to your left, revealing red earth and luminously green gardens. At Km 67 stands Mohammad Noukrati’s Auberge Toufliht where you will spend the night.
From Toufliht there is little between you and the Tichka Pass but dusty villages, shepherds, and rock. You might find a decent orange juice, trinket, or weather-beaten carpet in villages like Taddert, but you’ll probably feel pulled toward the pass. The scenery is rather barren, and as the naked rock of the mountains begins to emerge from beneath the flora, the walls of the canyon grow steeper and more enclosing. Around Km 105 you’ll see several waterfalls across the canyon. And from here our canyoning journey starts
Early morning, you will have your time to take pictures and enjoy the place then the vehicle is ready and waiting for us
to drive back to Marrakech . We pass by the Atlas mountains to reach Marrakech in the afternoon.