Morocco Travel Guide

A Quick Intro to Morocco

Morocco is a truly unique destination that’s very different from all the other countries in Africa. With colorful painted villages, bustling medinas, rugged mountain ranges and sweeping deserts, Morocco has so much to discover.

The city of Marrakech is usually most people’s’ bucket lists. Famed for its vibrant souk, Moorish architecture, tranquil riads and boutique hotels, Marrakech is a captivating place to visit.

But don’t just stop there. The beautiful blue city of Chefchaouen, the unspoilt Atlas mountains and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aït Benhaddou are all worthy of your time.

Morocco has a long stretch of Atlantic coastline and is draws surfers from around the world. If you’re a beginner wanting to take lessons, Essaouira, Taghazout and Imsouane are good places to start.

The country also has several fascinating coastal cities that should be on your radar, including Casablanca, Tangier and Rabat, the capital.

I loved my time in Morocco, mainly because I absolutely love Moroccan food. I spent my days eating my body weight in couscous and tagine, and drinking an inordinate amount of mint tea.

Hopefully this Morocco travel guide will be of help to you when planning your trip.

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