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What Makes Morocco A Wonderful Holiday Destination?

Are you in search of the next trip? If you’re a traveling lover, we have the next destination you need to add to your bucket list.

We continue to hear from our visitors that Morocco is among their favourite destinations, as well as that their visit is a source of many of the most memorable memories for them.

Here are five reasons Morocco is an amazing holiday destination, even however, there are so many, we could write a book , not just an article on this.

1. Secure and Secure:

The most common concern that people are faced with when thinking about Morocco is the possibility that it may not be a secure country. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve been talking about the beautiful beauty of Morocco to someone else and they’ve asked “But you’re asking, is Morocco secure?”

After over 10 years, I am able to confidently say that it’s a secure country. It is politically stable and is a popular destination for visitors and tourists each year. We’ve helped more than 1500 small groups visit Morocco and never faced any security concerns. Our guests return home to their homes and immediately begin to overcome the fear of travelling to Morocco.

If you are traveling on Morocco tours through a private tour operator it is also possible to be chauffeured by a private driver or guide. They will ensure that you are completely at ease and safe.

2. Unique Culture:

In what other place can you spend for the night inside the comfort of a Berber camp in the Sahara Desert under more stars than you’ve ever seen before? Then the next day rest in a luxurious boutique hotel (called the Riad)?

What else is there to walk through a city that is ancient and experience an old-fashioned lifestyle that has been in place for centuries and merged with modern amenities?

It’s not the type of “beach holiday” place (though there are some fantastic beaches!). It’s not a typical European city that has elegant cafes or cathedrals. It’s really unique. It’s a mix of Arab culture and the European taste.

3. Unforgettable & Delicious Food:

I’m not even getting started on the food.

One of the toughest things about returning home is leaving that delicious food. The bread, Khobz is flat and round, and absolutely addictive. Moroccans utilize it to make silverware, so you’ll find plenty of it. I’m not sure why people are able to go back to white loafs of bread bought from stores following eating freshly baked bread each and every day.

Tagines (sort of like stew) are so delicious. Fresh fruit, sweet biscuits, hot mint teas, grilling kebabs at near the edges of the highway, cakes as well as orange juice…I’m beginning to get giddy just the thought of it. Do you?

4. Amazing & Memorable Sights:

There is such a broad array of stunning locations that it’s a challenge to even begin to describe them all.

Here are a few brief descriptions of my favorite experiences of Morocco trips.

…Walking through the limestone canyons of Todra Gorges. Todra Gorges…

…Being being surrounded by the gorgeous blue of Chefchaouen A entire town that’s painted blue! What do you think of? ?…

…Breathing in the movements of the Fes markets…

…Enjoying an extensive breakfast buffet inside our Riad…

…Wandering in an old palace of a vizier within Marrakech…

…Touring to the Hassan II mosque that is built on top of the water in Casablanca…

…Swaying in a camel across Dunes that don’t seem stop…

…Learning about the past and culture of Morocco with a knowledgeable tour guide…

5. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming.

Another reason why people love traveling to Morocco is the fact that it’s an easy country to travel to.

It is possible to fly direct from Casablanca at major international airports within Europe, the United States and Europe. It is also possible to take the ferry from Spain in case you are travelling within Europe.

The people of Morocco are warm and friendly. The majority of them will want to show you their culture and will invite you to take part in various events.