All you need to know about Morocco

Morocco is just a short hop across the Strait of Gibraltar from Europe, it feels a world away. Its culture is a blend of African, Arab and Berber cultures with some European influences. (The Berbers were the native people of Morocco, conquered by the Arabs in the 7th century.) Morocco, Africa’s most popular tourist destination, offers fine Atlantic and Mediterranean beaches, wondrous cities, Roman antiquities, resort facilities, mountain villages and towering sand dunes. It is also one of the most photogenic countries in the world---the winding alleys of the city of fez and the traditional rural villages provide wonderful photo opportunities. In earlier times, Morocco was part of the Roman and Arab empires. In the first decade of the 20th century, it became a French protectorate, regaining its independence in 1956.

Fascinating Facts About Morocco

Morocco was the first country to recognize the independence of the United States. The treaty signed by George Washington and the king of Morocco is still in effect…

Advisory & Safety measure

Make sure to book your tour or excursion or any other travel service through a certified travel company and get their license number just like this one 28D/02 because online many unlicensed tour organizers propose all kind of travel arrangement but for your safety they are not allowed if something happened you will be in trouble please do call the Moroccan tourist office in your area to make sure that the company you are dealing with are listed amount the local licensed travel agencies or send us an e-mail and we forward you the list.

Morocco’s attractions

Colorful market, Marrakesh, antiquities, beautiful architecture, shopping, beaches, diverse scenery, religious shrines, great food, golfing, skiing, water sports, mountains, casinos, Safaris desert tours and culture. Morocco will appeal to the somewhat adventurous and experienced traveler who wants to see an exotic culture and lie on nice beaches. Skiing is possible in Morocco between December and April. Trekking is also becoming very popular in the Moroccan Atlas, a beautiful chain of mountains that extends for more than 400 miles/644 km…