What are some of the best things you have experienced on a vacation? Was it Food, activities, or sightseeing? What if we told you it can be all three and more? No matter where you go if you have good guidance you have all you need. This is why we decided to share all we know about Morocco, its do’s and don’ts, and how to spend your days there most efficiently!
Many historians like to say that history teaches you about the future and Morocco is still shy and hiding its gems all over North Africa. Cities like Marakesh, Fes, and Rabat are most interesting culturally and historically which is why they should not be avoided on your Tour around this exotic country! Stop by any Morocco travel agency and as for advice. Tell them what you are most interested in and they will tell you where you can find it. It is a great start, right?
Morocco has beautiful golden beaches, with white gentle sand and turquoise sea. Oualidia and El Jebha are two spots not as visited by tourists as Tangier or Agadir but take our word for it, they are worth visiting! Always have your attention to what domestic people are doing and where they are going because who knows the city better than the person born in it? Don’t spend your money on expensive tour guides, just put a smile on and ask around, their hospitality may surprise you.
Any Morocco tour is special in its way! Whether you want to experience the culinary world or just spoil your self in luxury, you can find what you are looking for in a few seconds. For example, if you are an outdoors person, Morocco tours and desert camping is a way to go! Be there as the suns sets behind stunning dunes prepare yourself for the cold nights in the desert. Want a shopping spree in Morocco? No problem since there is at least one souk per city. Major cities have even more. Souks are special marketplaces filled with traditional food, materials, crafts, and more. It is a true soul of a Moroccan city and it is always alive and colorful!
Food, oh wonderful food! Morocco is known for dishes with most exotic spices, many we haven’t even heard of but most of all they value eating in a community! Moroccan pastries and bread are made from the recipes that are hundreds of years old and remain hidden within the family. Spices are either homegrown or locally made and as in any coastal area, fish and seafood are tasty and fresh!
This and much more is what you can expect to see and do in Morocco! Most important is to keep an open mind and heart so you can fully accept what it is offering you! When you eventually do visit it, share your experience with us and other people!
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