Nestled at the northern side of Africa, Morocco remains one of the most beautiful yet underrated places in the world. It’s full of culture and character, making its architecture and art distinct from the rest. Once you step foot in the land, you will see how it is full of life and different from other countries.
Places Reflect the Passage of Time
Historical attractions like palaces, mausoleums, and souks abound in their imperial cities namely Rabat, Marrakesh, Fes, and Meknes. Fes is known for the Architectural features that are stunning and majestic even after centuries had passed such as the University of Al-Karaouine which is one of the oldest universities in the world.
The ancient structures of Marrakesh like the Badi Palace, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque, and Saadian Tombs serve as timeless artistic inspirations.Vibrance and Life
Culture is rich within the cities of Morocco. Marrakesh, also known as the Red City, is known for the energy and character of the inhabitants as well as of the architecture. The old medinas and souks are a feast to the senses and are teeming of local identity.
The vibrance might as well be attributed to Morocco somewhat being a melting pot of Arabs, Berbers, Jews, and Muslims who are people borne out of rich tradition and practices. It can be expected that your time in Morocco will be made more pleasant by the tolerance and hospitality of the communities.Hail the Great Outdoors
From wide stretches of fine-sanded shorelines and thrilling hiking trails up the mountains, Morocco has it. Their beaches of Tangier, Agadir, and Asilah are popular vacation areas for both the tourists and locals while the underrated El Jadida, El Jebha, and Oualidia are great for relaxation spots during the holidays.
For those who have a love for the heights, Morocco’s mountains have three ranges that offer diversity in challenge and difficulty for hikers of various experiences: High Atlas, Middle Atlas, and Anti Atlas. As you go on treks along their mountains, you can enjoy some bird spotting, wildlife watching, and a bit of community immersion.Desert Sceneries are a Signature
Nothing identifies African beauty like the majestic Sahara Desert dunes. This vast desert encompasses the areas of Zagora, Chegaga, Merzouga, and Erg Chebbi which have been particularly favored spots for films. The Ouarzazate, or the desert doorway, along with the numerous Kasbahs abounding in the Sahara remains as impressive subjects of photography.