Morocco is a country that is rich in culture and history. Perched in Northern Africa, Morocco offers an abundance of natural beauty, spectacular beaches and clear blue waters, not to mention the excitement and delights that the Sahara Desert has to offer.
The Draa Valley is a very popular tourist attraction oozing in natural beauty, this valley offers the most spectacular scenery and home to the Draa River which is the longest in Morocco. Whether you want to enjoy a leisurely walk, go hiking or visit the Berber villages, you can do it all in this peaceful and beautiful area of Morocco.
Todra Gorge is another Morocco’s beautiful spaces, set in the Atlas Mountains this canyon offers spectacular rock formations and is popular with adrenaline enthusiasts who want to spend their day in the sun rock climbing.
Heading to the Sahara Desert, Erg Chebbi is a must. This is one of the largest sand dunes in Morocco and is over twenty two kilometers in length and towers over one hundred and fifty meters in height. Discovering the Sahara can be done in a vehicle or on a camel, offering you a picturesque desert experience.
Chefchaouen is the most picturesque city of white washed buildings set against a rocky backdrop. Chefchaouen shouldn’t be missed when visiting Morocco. Spend some time exploring the Medina and shop at the traditional market before you leave.
Volubilis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Meknes. This ancient Roman town is famous for its olive trees. The ruins of the Roman buildings still stand today including the triumphal arches, temples, olive processing buildings and basilicas.
This area is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the city blends in beautifully with its surroundings protected by the city walls. It’s located at the base of the mountains and is definitely worth a visit when you’re traveling through Morocco.