The Source Ras el-Maa is really a water falling excuse to talk about the magical blue medina of Chefchaouen.
We managed to encounter a handful of small cascades that ultimately came about from a spring. There was a building surrounding this spring so we wouldn't be able to see the source in its natural self, but it was still hard to believe that such a spring could produce so much water as the Ras el-Maa River would pass along the eastern fringes of the medina of Chefchaouen before eventually emptying out into the Mediterranean Sea. As for the water falling experience, there really wasn't a particular waterfall of note, and I suppose one could argue it would be a stretch to call this a water falling excursion. It was really more of a conglomeration of smaller waterfalls, where perhaps the most notable one was probably on the order of 5m tall or so.