Culture and natural beauty

Marrakech This bustling city is known for its vibrant souks (markets), historic medina (old town), and the iconic Jardin Majorelle. Visitors can explore the labyrinthine streets, sample Moroccan cuisine, and witness captivating street performances.

Fes is famous for its well-preserved medieval architecture and traditional way of life. The UNESCO-listed medina, one of the world’s largest car-free urban areas, is a labyrinth of narrow streets and historical sites.


Sahara Desert

Morocco’s part of the Sahara Desert offers a surreal landscape of vast sand dunes, oases, and camel treks. Spending a night in a desert camp under a starry sky is a memorable experience.

Atlas Mountains

This mountain range runs through Morocco, offering opportunities for hiking, trekking, and exploration. The High Atlas region is known for its scenic beauty and traditional Berber villages.


Known as the “Blue City,” Chefchaouen is famous for its blue-painted buildings and stunning mountain backdrop. It’s a peaceful and picturesque destination.


As Morocco’s largest city, Casablanca is a modern metropolis with a blend of colonial and contemporary architecture. The Hassan II Mosque is a notable landmark.

Culinary Delights

Moroccan cuisine is known for its flavorful tagines, couscous dishes, and aromatic spices. Sampling Moroccan street food and mint tea is a must.

Historical Sites

Morocco boasts a wealth of historical sites, including the Roman ruins of Volubilis, the medieval city of Meknes, and the coastal town of Essaouira.

Local Markets

Moroccan markets, or souks, are a sensory delight with a plethora of goods, from textiles and ceramics to spices and jewelry. Haggling is a common practice.

Saharan Adventures

Travelers can embark on desert adventures, including camel rides, sandboarding, and exploring ancient desert fortresses.

Film Locations

Morocco’s unique landscapes have attracted filmmakers, with many famous movies and TV shows, including “Game of Thrones,” being filmed here.