Assif Melloul (3 days) + Ahansal (2 days), Ouzoud Falls (optional), Oum er bia, Sebou, Ourika
Morocco, up until only a few years ago a stranger for the kayakers, is now becoming a new paradise for all the white water lovers and adventure seekers from all over the world. Numerous white water rivers of the Atlas Mountains are offering us a great kayak challenges!
With our highly qualified guides, who knows the rivers and its surroundings perfectly, you can live a unique and unforgettable experience.
We have a complete and perfect structured logistics and the last generation equipment. We use fully equipped campsites at the foot of the river for our overnight stays and we also count with an external support.
All this for your safety; we have at our disposal all the necessary means (safety kayak, satellite phone, medical kits, ground support …).
Ahansal River. The river / Oued Ahansal comes from Taghia and the M’Goun massif.
Its white waters, they are a marvellous scenery, which takes us through deep and hidden gorges, to a world of rock and water, in a vertiginous river descent of more than 50 km.
Melloul River. has its source in Ilmichil and during the first two days we will be paddling through the red canyon of Melloul. It is more than 100 kms of turbulent waters through canyons, valleys and Berber villages, until its confluence with the river Ahanesal in “The Cathedral”.
Ozoud Waterfalls. A spectacular descent of waterfalls in kayak, from 2 and 3 meters up to 9 meters high. Special permission is required for their descent, so if we obtain it, we can do, otherwise we are not allowed.
Oum Er Rbia River. It means “Mother of the spring” and it is the second longest river of Morocco. The river is being fed by its sources of fresh and salt water, where we start its descent surrounded by terraces and tea shops.
Sebou River. This river is located in the vicinity of Fez, near the village of Sefrou. Intense rapids for a rather demanding river.
Ourika River. Close to Marrakech we will find this river that is characterized by its continuity, without having to have any designated rapid. It is a valley of great beauty where the morocco tourists like to spend their holidays.