Morocco, the land of wonders

    Morocco has been a very popular destination for several decades, attracting culture lovers, backpackers, adventure travellers, families, food lovers and more. The country is located in the north-western part of Africa and the real reason why it is a great destination for everyone is because of the following

  The imperial cities:

Morocco has four ancient imperial cities with a wealth of history and character: Rabat, Marrakech, Fez and Meknes.

Rabat: The current capital; although a modern city at first glance, it has several interesting historical attractions such as the Oudaias Kasbah, the old medina, the Hassan Tower and the gleaming Royal Mausoleum.

Marrakech: Known as the red city, Marrakech is famous for its old medina, numerous souks, ancient palaces such as the Badii and Bahia palaces, the striking Koutoubia mosque, the Saadian tombs and the bustling Jemaa el-Fna square.

Fez: The former capital boasts many stunning architectural monuments, but is perhaps best known for one of the world's oldest universities, its labyrinthine medina and its great tanneries.

Meknes:  Home to one of the most impressive monumental gates in Morocco, 'Bab el-Mansour', and horse-drawn carriages, a great way to explore the charming and relaxed imperial city.

Beautiful beaches along two long coastlines

  The country has beaches on both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

  There are many beautiful beaches to relax on. Popular resorts with visitors of all nationalities and ages include Tangier, Al Hoceima and Agadir, while Asilah in the north attracts mainly locals and Spanish visitors.Although relatively little visited by international tourists, places such as El Jadida, Oualidia and El Jebha see significant numbers of local tourists during the summer months.The most popular beaches tend to have great facilities within easy reach, and some destinations, such as Essaouria, are perfect for water sports and traditional music activities, especially in the summer.

The various mountain ranges and desert landscapes

     Morocco's Atlas Mountains are made up of three distinct ranges: the High Atlas, the Middle Atlas and the Anti-Atlas, each offering a variety of hiking experiences for people of all ages and abilities. Jbel Toubkal is the country's highest mountain, located in the High Atlas and easily accessible from Marrakech, this towering giant attracts many outdoor enthusiasts throughout the year.The Rif mountains, in the north of the country and close to the blue city of Chefchaouen, are also ideal for outdoor adventures. Hiking, mountain biking, surfing and horse riding are among the attractions that appeal most to outdoor enthusiasts and can be found in Morocco's beaches and mountains; picturesque Berber villages are scattered across the plains and mountains, and visitors are often greeted with mint tea, biscuits, crusty homemade bread, honey and olive oil.Bird and wildlife watching is also plentiful.

The breathtaking Sahara, a dream adventure

Morocco's vast and arid Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world.

    There are several places in Morocco where you can start your journey into the desert, and there are many experienced operators offering trips of a lifetime. Whether you want to trek on foot, ride a sturdy camel, explore on horseback or sail across the sands in a four-wheel drive, there are many ways to enjoy the awe-inspiring landscapes.

  Camping trips are popular; marvel at the abundance of twinkling stars in the dark night sky and listen to the sounds of emptiness.The sight of great dunes and remote oases will stay with you for a long time. Merzouga, Erg Chebbi, Chegaga and Zagora are some of the best places to venture into the Moroccan Sahara. Ouarzazate, commonly referred to as the gateway to the desert, is a fabulous destination for culture and film lovers, with one of the country's most impressive kasbahs, which has been featured in many films.

Delicious Moroccan cuisine, special and exotic

   Spices are abundant in typical Moroccan cuisine, used to flavour and aromatise dishes.

Bread is a must in Moroccan cuisine and there are many types and variations to enjoy. Meat is a common ingredient in Moroccan dishes, with lamb, mutton, beef and chicken being the most common.

Fish and seafood are plentiful, especially in coastal areas, but sardines are a favourite in Morocco. Some of the best known Moroccan dishes are couscous and tagine, pastilla, Moroccan pastries, bissara, harira and kebabs are among the many delicious dishes to try.

Morocco, a land of tolerance and hospitality

     Morocco is known for being one of the most tolerant Arab nations, safe, peaceful and stable. The Moroccan people, both Arab and Berber, are known for their warm hospitality and friendly nature. In most villages in Morocco, without exception, tourists are often greeted with cheerful waves, especially from children, and attempts to strike up a pleasant conversation with the elders.French and English are widely spoken as communication is rarely a problem for visitors to Morocco.

Make Morocco your favourite destination

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