The Ouzoud waterfalls (waterfalls of the mills in Berber) are waterfalls of about 110 m high, on three levels, on oued ouzoud, at 1060 m altitude in the Middle Atlas in Morocco. This vast site is an important Moroccan tourist site 120 km from Béni Mellal and 150 km northeast of Marrakech.

These waterfalls, considered among the highest and most beautiful in Morocco, often dominated by a rainbow, are located in a green verdant valley of red sandstone, planted with olive groves, almonds and fig trees And other carob trees, or a dozen small traditional oil mills are still in operation

The waterfalls of Ouzoud have recently become accessible from the small town of Aït Aâtab (about 25 km) from Beni Mellal or Marrakech through the sugar city of Oulad Ayad (province of Fquih Ben Salah).

The preserved, calm and natural tourist site, entirely pedestrian, offers numerous campsites based on rudimentary bamboo and reed huts / huts, bathing places, small terraced restaurants of Berber cuisine, craft shops Berberes of Middle Atlas, the Along a pedestrian path that descends to the foot of the waterfall. The site is animated among others by some groups of Berber macaques