There are two types of travellers - those who travel to enjoy, and those who travel to explore, and if without any second thoughts, you feel you're the one who falls under the latter, then it's time you put a Morocco tour on your travel bucket list.
Morocco is a country that transcends you to a culture and lifestyle that can rarely be experienced anywhere else.
A Morocco tour offers travellers plenty to do and see - while some of the main tourist attractions are the glammed-up riad hotels, shopping opportunities, and hammam (traditional bathhouse) soak and scrub experiences in Marrakesh and Fes, for adventure seekers, the best places to visit are the trails of the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara's desert dunes.
So, if you're planning on booking a Morocco tour anytime soon, make sure you pay a visit to these charming places.
Being North Africa's highest mountain range - did you know that High Atlas is popularly known as the mountain of mountains?
This place is a paradise for trekkers, especially from spring to autumn. It runs diagonally across Morocco for approximately 1000km, and its saw-toothed Jurassic peaks act as a weather barrier.
Out of all the best places to visit in Morocco, this one is undoubted, one of the most beautiful too!
Get your hiking shoes out and set off on a journey you'll remember for life!
Set amidst the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen - also known as the blue city is a small town in a huge landscape. Amongst all the Morocco cities to visit, this is by far one of the most popular for solo travelling.
The town is near Tetouan, 197 kilometres northwest of Fes, and 112 kilometres southeast of Tangier, making it an easy stop-off on a journey through Morocco's northern region.
Chefchaouen's distinctive architecture, which features Spanish-style balconies and ceramic-tiled roofs, is due to the Muslim and Jewish refugees who were evicted from Spain in the 15th century and settled here. Although, the blue colour of the buildings only began in the 1930s.
The people here are also friendly, so you will surely get to revel in some sweet hospitality here that makes this one of the top places to visit in Morocco. Don't forget to check out the secluded and quiet Ras El Maa, one of the most fascinating and secret places to visit in Morocco.
Have you even been to Morocco if you don't visit the Sahara desert?
From watching the sunset over the dunes to gazing at the sky full of bright stars - every experience in the desert is captivating and unforgettable.
Marrakech is a bustling city with a large medina that you'll find located north of the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and is one of the popular tourist attractions in Morocco.
From the central square of Djemma El-Fna to the El Badi Palace, and the souks or bazaars, there's a lot to do and see here!
Shopping is one of the best things to do in Morocco, and Marrakech is the most ideal place for it. Marrakech is also considered the safest city to visit in Morocco.
While Casablanca might not be as atmospheric as the other cities, it is undoubtedly the most ideal representation of modernity.
The city's stunning Moresque buildings, which meld the French-colonial design with the traditional Moroccan style, are the best thing to admire here.
Owing to its awesome food and architecture, it is definitely among the best places to travel in Morocco.
Fez possesses everything you need out of a 1,200-year-old Maghreb city in the Middle Eastern deserts. It's among the most exciting places in Morocco where you'll find a Fès el-Bali - the historic heart of this city with a deep and mysterious labyrinth of lanes and staircases set amidst colourful tanneries and cottages.
A great attraction here is the boulevards of Ville Nouvelle where the French had created palm-fringed avenues and refreshing fountains alongside hotels and Parisian-flavoured streets.
Ksar Aït Ben Haddou is an ancient village that is home to several houses that have been built on a hillside. This destination happens to be one of the most beautiful places you will experience - guaranteed!
Most of the village here has been abandoned in the present day and has been left for the tourists to explore.
This classic Morocco tour starts in Casablanca and visits the imperial cities of Meknes and Fes. Then it's south across the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, before heading back to Marrakech via the Todra Gorge and Ait Benhaddou.
This exciting tour gives you a fantastic insight into the history and cultures of the Moroccan desert regions. The tour will take in Marrakech and travel through beautiful scenery in the Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert.
This budget Morocco tour gives a fantastic introduction to the imperial cities of Casablanca, Rabat, Fez and Marrakech, with busy medinas and amazing historic sites to explore and great opportunities to try local Moroccan cuisine.
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