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REASONS WHY TO VISIT MOROCCO
The Imperial Cities
Marrakesh, Fez, Rabat and Meknes have all, at some point in history, been the capital of Morocco. These cities have palaces, churches, mosques and museums that provide a glimpse into Morocco’s history. The medinas in these cities can be crowded and confusing and many people hire a tour guide to ensure they hit the highlights without being overwhelmed by the vendors selling goods.
South of the Anti-Atlas Mountains is the Sahara Desert where you can also take a camel tour, which is best explored via a 4×4 tour or camel ride. The quad tours quickly take you over the sandy roads through the desert villages while the slower, more leisurely camel ride allows you to appreciate the details of the desert. If you choose to camp in the desert, expect to fall asleep below an expansive starry sky and wake up to a stunning desert sunrise.
Moroccan cuisine is renowned internationally for its outstanding flavour and originality. Herbs and spices greet you at every corner as you wander through souks, and the smells are sure to get your mouth watering long before dinner hits. Food is fresh, and caters to whatever is offered locally. In cities along the shore like Asilah you can expect to find varieties of seafood, and in big hubs like Marrakech or Rabat, you’ll see both traditional modern dishes and fusions with international cuisine.
Discover the Souks and Shop
Marrakech , Fez, Casablanca and Tangier are the country’s most popular places to shop. The souks are stacked with ceramics, leather goods, baskets, carpets and jewelry. Bargaining with the shop owner or artisan is both expected and accepted in Morocco.
Morocco’s history encompasses influences from the Berbers, the Roman Empire and the French and Spanish settlers who tried to claim the country as their own. As you move from city to city and region to region, you will be able to see the influences all of these people have had on Morocco.
Riads are traditional Moroccan houses that often are turned into small hotels. Feeling cozy behind the thick walls of your guest house after wandering on the small narrow streets of the medina will be your time for indulging in all things Morocco has to offer – good food, excellent service and magical environment.
Walking in the medina can be really challenging for a woman. But the feeling of treasure hunting makes you feel exited in front of all these colorful babush slippers, spices, jewelry pieces, leather bags, tasty food and freshly baked bread. There are hundreds of items that you can choose from, many of them handmade.