There’s no denying it, Morocco is taking over Instagram feeds worldwide with stunning snaps of sunset camel rides, camp sites in the Sahara, blue-washed towns and intricate designs that most architects only dream of.
Morocco’s culture, traditions, cuisines and scenery is almost as colourful as the rainbow itself. Read more…
Morocco is a dream destination! Rolling red sand dunes, camping under the starry nights, the hustle and bustle of the souks and weaving through the streets of the medinas, it’s a country that should be on your travel radar.
It’s a one of a kind travel experience, and to help you make the most of you trip we’ve made a list of our top 12 things not to miss in Morocco.
It’s seriously hard to take a bad photo in Morocco. Sweeping desert, ancient architecture, bustling streets, epic mountain ranges, and seaside towns it’s no wonder Morocco sets everyone’s wanderlust (and cameras) on fire.
So if you want to step up your insta game, see our top 10 most instagramable spots in Morocco:
Morocco should be on the top of any traveller’s bucket list – not only does this African beauty boast grand history and culture, it has some of the best and most diverse landscapes and scenery, as well as ancient medinas and an array of epic activities. Does camel trekking in the Sahara, a 4×4 jeep safari or sleeping out in a nomad tent in the desert sound like a bit of you? We thought so.
Here are 5 reasons why you should dump your partner and fall in love with Morocco:
With bustling cities, ancient medinas, High Atlas Mountains, a far-stretching coastline and the Sahara, Morocco is a country of enormous diversity. And what’s even better? You can explore this magnificent country. But be prepared for Morocco to steal your heart! This country is a travellers’ mecca just waiting for you to discover it.
Moroccan food is flavoursome, vivid and magnificent. The food of Morocco has influences from Africa, the Mediterranean and the Middle East, which is evident throughout the dishes in the present day and vary between regions. The cooking traditions of its Berber, Jewish, French and Arab people still exist nowadays adding to Morocco’s delicious mix of dishes. Moroccan cuisine is full of loads of flavour and without a doubt your mouth will be delightfully puzzled with the new food combinations you’ll embark on.
Wrapped up in history, mystery, and charm, Morocco’s city of Marrakech is a major economic centre and is home to mosques, palaces and gardens. The Medina is a solidly crammed, enclosed medieval metropolitan dating back to the Berber Empire with puzzling backstreets where flourishing souks sell traditional textiles, pottery and jewellery. It’s not Morocco’s capital city, that’s Rabat. It’s not the country’s largest city, that’s Casablanca. It’s not even the African nation’s oldest city, that’s Fes. But Marrakech takes victory over other Moroccan metropolises as the informal cultural hub.
So, you want to go to this fantastic city? Here are 10 fascinating truths to help get you underway on your visit to Marrakech.
Morocco is a bucket list destination for many travellers. It is an entryway to Africa, and a country that is full of an ample amount of diversity. Think warm hospitality, the Sahara Desert, camel treks, tagine, amazing mountain ranges, old civilisations, prehistoric cities, mint tea and souks. Morocco will blow your mind and truly is a slice of magical paradise.
Check out Morocco in photos to give you some proper #travelinspo. These photos are taken from travellers that have been on one of our Morocco tours. Take a peak!
Browsing the internet, you see epic images that look like they’re out of the movies, story books or have been photoshopped but wait, these places are actually real! We’re not taking the micky here – these travel destinations truly exist and are not a figment of your mind. Be prepared to have your mind blown, and to be so intrigued by these places that you’ll add them to your travel bucket list. These destinations are proper #travelgoals.
Here are 10 unreal places you thought only existed in your imagination.