When people ask us why they should visit Morocco, we tell them that it is full of adventures and beautiful sights. From sunsets over the shore of the ocean to the mountains covered with snow to the sparkling golden dunes and lively Medinas with fountains, Morocco has everything that any tourist would dream of. This destination will not only make you fall in love with it, but you will also want to return here again and again since it offers a wide variety of stunningly gorgeous landscapes, cultural experiences, and exciting adventures spanning the length and width of the country.
Here is a rundown of five aspects of the amazing nation of Morocco that are sure to pique your interest and win your heart.
A camel ride and a mountain summit are both within your grasp
Morocco’s varied terrain, which includes the snowy peaks of the Atlas and the golden sand dunes of the Sahara, makes it an ideal destination for adventurers. You may satisfy your inner explorer by climbing Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in all of Northern Africa. There are spectacular camel treks and campfires under the stars to be had in the Sahara desert, home to some of the world’s largest sand dunes, for the adventurer in you. And if you’re more of a vacationer or recluse, you can always go to Essaouira or Casablanca, two coastal cities where you can kick back on the sand, relax, and watch the sun go down during your Morocco travel. The scenery is stunning in every direction you look.
Towns and towns that reflect the brilliance of colors
The towns of Morocco are bathed in consistent colors, as if the country’s vibrant linens and handicrafts weren’t vivid enough. On the one side, there is Marrakech, a bustling tourist hub where the dusty red hues of the city’s mosques, riads, and souks have earned it the nickname “Red City.” On the other side, there’s the blue-spattered village of Chefchaouen hidden behind the Rif Mountains, which makes for stunning backgrounds for your photos.
Morocco tours are incomplete without mouthwatering Moroccan cuisine, asthe food brims with exotic spices and interesting flavor combinations. There is a wide range of flavors in each meal, from sweet to savory, from fruit to meat, from veggies to couscous, all lavishly seasoned. The finishing touch is given by a cup of minty, sugary tea. What makes it special now is the blending of many cultural elements, including those of the Berber, Arab, African, Sephardic, and European traditions. If you visit Morocco and don’t indulge in some wonderful Tangines or B’ssara, then you haven’t really visited Morocco, have you?
Heaven for shopping enthusiasts
If you love to shop, you’ll be in heaven in Morocco. If you spend all day wandering the souks and chatting with the merchants over tea, it’s easy to lose track of time and your dirhams. Everything from colorful Aladdin lamps to geometrically patterned cushions and Berber rugs are beautiful and worthy of being taken home. Everything from leather slippers, essential oils, and tantalizing fragrances to one-of-a-kind hand-made jewelry and fashionable scarves. Beautiful Moroccan colors and patterns are available for use in decorating your house and updating your wardrobe.