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Imi-n-Ifri Natural Bridge

Demnate, Demnate 22300, Morocco
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Demnate, Demnate 22300, Morocco
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are in the area, you should stop and hike to the bottom. What a great sight of how powerful nature is.

Thank LifeOfDUG
Reviewed 6 January 2017

Great going down and across this huge hole, which really looks like a cave until you see the other end, then climb back up again (there are stairs either way). Geology is good here :)

Thank Paula0304
Reviewed 19 November 2016

Morocco caravan Tours provided a most excellent guide in Ahmed and as part of our excursion with Thompsons from Marrakech to the Ouzoud falls we stopped off at the Imi Nifri "caves", which was a gorge created by centuries of water flow creating amazing features...More

Thank Ian F
Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

This place is very popular with locals. It is nice on a hot day as plenty of families go there to enjoy the water stream. Many food stalls nearby with simple but tasty food. Do not miss the walk under the bridge.

Thank Chris T
Reviewed 24 August 2016

We visited this bridge on the way to Ozoud and it is lovely there are a lot of steps to get down to it and apart form the natural bridge nothing else there. Worth seeing but do it on the way to somewhere else

Thank keeefy7
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

We were staying nearby and walked to this bridge. In the cool of the late afternoon we walked down the 300 steps to the gorge below, through the enormous archway and climbed up the steps on the other side. If you are staying in Demnate...More

Thank Andy L
Reviewed 1 March 2016 via mobile

80-90 steps (quite rough/not level in places) so be aware if you have bad knees/ disability/respiratory illness etc etc - amazing to look at this naturally occurring landmark - be aware that guys at the bottom will encourage you to accept guiding through the rocks...More

Thank lisada1971_
Reviewed 6 February 2016

Visited during our trip through the Atlas Mountains the bridge is a natural rock formation created by the flow of water down the mountainside the formation can be seen from below by steps down to the river side there are many interesting stalactites with birds...More

Thank Lostyeti73
Reviewed 3 January 2016

If you do not know it is there, you will miss it. it is very well maintained, plus steps are easy to take to go down from one side and up from the other. Beautiful all natural

Thank Toomuchtravel2013
Reviewed 7 November 2015

Take the time to walk down and under this natural bridge. The path down is flanked by olive trees, they were ripe when we visited and the fruits had fallen and were spattered on the path. The trail becomes quite rugged on the rocks and...More

Thank Catriona R
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Do i need to register with a guide or anything before i go there or what? And do you think someone can go without a guide
7 June 2015|
Response from SarHed4344 | Reviewed this property |
We did have a `guide` who showed us the way down and up the other side. Our suggestion would be to go down the steps nearest the `taxi stop` and cafe and then come back up the same way - no guide needed. The way down on the... More