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With time people discover lots of places enjoyable with families and friends. It’s a good thing that we don’t stop at one place either. We keep travelling.

We learn. We grow. We achieve our dreams.

An amateur traveler will make mistakes when planning to travel but seriously, no one is an expert in it. You don’t need a certificate of approval to wander around the world. All are amateurs we just learn from a long not-to-do list and then we just adapt according to surroundings, isn’t it so?

It’s easy to get fascinated by Africa. There are lots of places one can cover step by step…you can visit the southernmost tip and enjoy the capital city of South Africa or you can go north (closer to Europe) and enjoy Arabian nights in The Sahara Desert.

Africa is full of culture and norms. You won’t be disappointed if you are a natural explorer. For explorers like us, we tend to learn from these cultures we discover a unique perspective of learning and amazing adventures to our graves. Such is the country of Morocco.

As I said, Africa is full of culture and norms, Morocco is the oasis in African Land. Recently it has gathered lots of tourist attention. And why is that?

Morocco has great locations for tourists. Let it be the beach side or the historical wonders or the hiking to mountains, it’s got it all.

One journey. One country. many roads.

Morocco is not only about the Sahara Desert it offers more than your imagination.

Let your imagination run wild in Morocco.

Morocco tourism is becoming one of the major highlights of the year. You can enjoy from basic cozy on the beach holiday or go to the north enjoy the hill station at the foothill of Atlas Mount, you have the freedom to decide what you want for your perfect holiday.

Morocco is an Islamic country but with a vast diversity of culture and traditions. If you see people speaking French or English don’t be surprised. Its historical variation not only makes it an important country for the Muslims but also for French, Romans, and Jews too.

When planning to stay in Morocco start your adventurous holidays from the south. it is such a contrast to Europe’s cold climate that you are bound to toast in the sunny beaches under palm shades. Make a prior booking in advance to avoid the hassle of accommodation in a hotel or resort of your choice or you can stay in the city heart, riads (guesthouses) renovated for tourists.

Besides the accommodation travel light because you will buy eccentric goods from the famous souks of Marrakech and Fez. Lots of tourists are not prepared for this, they pack all the things and question themselves how to pack their purchases.

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Schedule your routine

 It will help you travel maximum without the chaos of what to do and so on.

Day 1

Starting your holiday from the beachside, opt for Agadir, it’s a tourist commercial area not as big as Casablanca but the white sand beaches and the cool shade of blue of Atlantic are like a safe haven for tourists. Spend your day at the beach, relax your toe and get a good tan.

Day 2

For your second day, unravel the path towards souks. The deeper you move, the thicker the air becomes with the merchandises displayed, but you have to be quite careful too. Sellers may become annoyingly persuasive and don’t just talking to any vendor. Bargaining skills are nurtured, and who knows how many goods you will be able to get after a good haggling?

Day 3

For your third day, prepare yourself with lots of stamina and be a good listening ear for the tales that Saharan nomads will share with you. Cover some sand dunes in The Great Sahara and spend a night camping in the cold nights warmed by barbeque date over a bonfire. Proper camping gear provided for the tourists (on a family holiday or otherwise). This trip to Merzouga is enough to remember by even if you don’t decide to travel further to other cities (but you won’t be able to resist yourself).

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Remember when camping to bring your own water bottle as well as bring a hand sanitizer too.  and spending a day under Moroccan sun especially in the Sahara Desert can be a bit overwhelming so make sure to cover your head with a large hat and to use an excessive amount of sunscreen too.

Day 4

Coming back via a bus service (provided by the hotel you are staying) plan a day to visit the historical wonders. Morocco is famous not only for the Sahara or the Agadir beach but mostly for its heritage.

Heritage is like a ledger of historic times. If you haven’t seen it, you didn’t get to enjoy a Morocco experience. Visit the famous gates of Fez and the Museums. Being an Islamic country you’ll hear a prayer call five times a day, mosques are a specialty of heritage in Morocco. It will be a fascinating experience for you to visit Hassan II Mosque with a towering Minaret in Casablanca (the 5th largest mosque in the world!), Koutoubia Mosque – a 12th-century mosque standing tall in Marrakech, Bahia Palace (Bahia meaning brilliant) also located in Marrakech and so on. It’s bound to take you back in prehistoric times. Visiting tanneries will be worth your while if you are not obnoxious to the pungent smell of dyeing animal skins and why not get a remarkable aerial view of Casablanca from the rooftops?

Day 5

Get together a light bag and travel to hill resorts in the north at the bottom of Atlas Mountain. You’ve got to cover all basis!

You can snowboard, ski, sled and enjoy the hot aroma of coffee or Kahwah alongside the fluffy snow mountains. You can also go visit the local town and the natural reserve park too! feels like Switzerland! It’s quiet to the bustling south of Morocco. You won’t regret it!

Each day is a new discovery in Morocco.

Moroccan tourism is one of the epitome of experiences. You just can’t miss it. I’m getting the vibes to travel back there. When is your chance going to be?

 

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