Morocco Travel Guide

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Unarguably home to the best cuisines on the planet, as well as a wickedly phenomenal mint tea, Morocco is a country that reverberates with Arabian themes despite being a north African country. Predominantly Muslim, the country has an intoxicating mixture of Arabic, Muslim, and French, due to the long period spent under French rule that finally ended in 1956. Morocco is known for its many beaches and coastal regions, the Atlas Mountains, its Moroccan mint and its amazing food.

Morocco is safe for any level of traveler, regardless whether you're a beginning adventurer or a veteran in oddity. However, it should be noted that the Western Sahara region of the country is generally considered dangerous due to the presence of land-mines left over from the many territorial battles. It should also be noted that being a Muslim country attire and manners should be respectful. Most people focus their sights on such cities as Tangier, with its decadent artistic past and present, or Casablanca with its architecture, the Hassan II Mosque, and the romance in the atmosphere.

Morocco is perfect if you are a backpacker, as well. The country offers some of the most rigorous trekking that one can find within Africa. From the mule trains along the heights of the Atlas Mountains, home to Africa’s highest peaks, to the rugged trails of the Rif Mountains, or the Todra Gorge, there is plenty for the outdoor enthusiast to see and experience, although it's definitely off the beaten path.

And if you're one of those individuals who enjoy sticking to the cities and the beaches, there’s plenty of that as well. With coastlines along the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, places like Casablanca, Marrakesh, Essaouira, or Agadir combine ancient history with modern luxury in a breathtaking mixture of cultures and experiences.

Morocco is without doubt one of the most unique places to travel on the entire planet. From the food, the drinks, the culture, the people, the landscapes and scenery, and the history, this place is legendary for so many reasons that it’s almost impossible to cover them all, and tempts the adventurer to explore.

Marrakech #1 most popular location
Not long ago, Marrakech was a poor, bustling caravan town. It’s still bustling, but the poverty has long since drained away, replaced with moneyed European tourists and plenty of air condit…
567travelers 236reviews 128blogs
Fez #2 most popular location
Fes is one of the four so-called "imperial cities" (the others are Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat). It is separated into three parts, Fes el Bali (the old, walled city), Fes-Jdid (new Fes, home …
96travelers 62reviews 26blogs
Essaouira #3 most popular location
Essaouira, formerly known as "Mogador" is a popular sea-side medina (walled) town, located about a 2.5 hours drive west of Marrakech on the Atlantic coast. The city's walls have been kept in …
34travelers 26reviews 19blogs
Casablanca #4 most popular location
While most people immediately think of the movie going by the same name, Casablanca is much different than it was portrayed in the film that popularized the name. These days it is the industr…
422travelers 36reviews 72blogs
Agadir #5 most popular location
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Ouarzazate #6 most popular location
Ouarzazate ( ورزازات, Warzāzāt) (called The door of the desert), is a city in southern Morocco. Its name comes from a Berber phrase meaning "without noise" or "without confusion".…
26travelers 8reviews 9blogs
Rabat #7 most popular location
Rabat is located North of Morroco, about two hours away from Casablanca. There is a lot of tourism in Rabat for two main reasons: sits right on the shores of the Atlantic and it is about tw…
165travelers 20reviews 11blogs
Tangier #8 most popular location
Tangier has a long history of conflict, ever since it was settled in by the ancient Greeks and Phoenicians. In the 5th century, it was occupied by the Vandals. Then during the 6th century …
111travelers 16reviews 21blogs
Merzouga #9 most popular location
Merzouga is a small village in south-eastern Morocco. It is located right on the edge of a large Saharan erg (sand sea) named Erg Chebbi. Merzouga is about 35km's from Rissani and a paved roa…
26travelers 14reviews 12blogs
Meknes #10 most popular location
Meknes is a city in northern Morocco, located 130 kilometres from the capital Rabat and 60 kilometres from Fes. A Berber tribe called the Miknasa settled there in the 10th century, and a t…
29travelers 22reviews 13blogs
Chefchaouen #11 most popular location
Chefchaouen is a "dry" city in the North of Morocco, which means there is no alcohol except in certain hotels. All the houses are painted blue or/and white giving Chefchaouen a really magical…
18travelers 18reviews 8blogs
Taroudant #12 most popular location
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Zagora #13 most popular location
Zagora (30° 19′ 50″ N, 5° 50′ 17″ W) is a small town in the Draa River valley, Morocco. It is the largest town for 150km and is nicknamed 'the hottest place in Morocco'. Whether thi…
6travelers 2reviews 5blogs
Erfoud #14 most popular location
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Ait Ben Haddou #15 most popular location
Ait Ben Haddou is a "ksar" (fortified village) located in south-central Morocco. 30km's west of Ouarzazate en-route to Marrakech. The collection of fortifications and dwellings is built on…
1travelers 5reviews 7blogs
Tinghir #16 most popular location
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Skoura #17 most popular location
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El Jadida #18 most popular location
El Jadida, previously known as Mazagan, was seized in 1502 by the Portuguese. It is a port city on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, in the province of El Jadida. It has a population of 144,44…
13travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Tetouan #19 most popular location
Tetouan is in the North of Morocco and is famous for its Medina, which is on the World Heritage List of the UNESCO. The city was constructed in the 3th century. Therefore a lot of houses have…
9travelers 3reviews 3blogs
Imlil #20 most popular location
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Midelt #21 most popular location
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Moulay Idriss #22 most popular location
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Boumalne Dades #23 most popular location
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Agdz #24 most popular location
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Errachidia #25 most popular location
Errachidia is the administrative capital of the region Tafilalet. Located at south of the northern Middle Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert. It is an authentic and genuine Moroccan city, far…
4travelers 2reviews 2blogs
Ouzoud #26 most popular location
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sahara #27 most popular location
Finnally, no sound, but the sound of my soul...
38travelers 1reviews 4blogs
Tiznit #28 most popular location
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Asilah #29 most popular location
Asilah is a fortified town and fishing village, on the coast of Northern Morocco,and not far from the city of Tangiers. The fortifications and walls you see today in Asilah were built by the …
6travelers 1blogs
Tinerhir #30 most popular location
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Ifrane #31 most popular location
Ifrane is a city in the middle atlas south of Meknes and Fes with 13000 residents. It's well known as a wintersport destination. Because it looks very European it's called little Switserland …
6travelers 5blogs
Todra Gorge #32 most popular location
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Rissani #33 most popular location
Rissani is a town in the region of Meknès-Tafilalelt. Rissani was the former economic capital of Morocco and the first imperial city in the country's history, called Sijilmassa, but today is…
4travelers 2reviews
Mhamid #34 most popular location
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Oujda #35 most popular location
Oujda is a city in eastern Morocco with an estimated population of half a million inhabitants. The city is located about 15 kilometers west of Algeria and about 60 kilometers south of the Med…
4travelers 1blogs
Asni #36 most popular location
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Essouria #37 most popular location
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Dades Gorge #38 most popular location
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Al Hoceima #39 most popular location
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Safi #40 most popular location
Located in Western Morocco on the Atlantic Ocean, Safi is the capital of the Doukkala-Abda Region. Between 1488 and 1541, Safi was under Portuguese rule. Carrying a population of roughly 284,…
10travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Atlas Mountains #41 most popular location
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Amizmiz #42 most popular location
Amizmiz is a small Berber town less than an hour south of Marrakech. It sits at the foothills of the High Atlas mountain range and provides an essential link between Marrakech and the many B…
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Temara #43 most popular location
1travelers 1reviews
Tineghir #44 most popular location
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Erg Chebbi #45 most popular location
Erg Chebbi is a Saharan Erg or "Sand Sea", made from wind-swept, rolling sand dunes approximately 25km's by 10km's in size. The ever-changing dunes reach an estimated height of 300m. The clos…
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M´Hamid #46 most popular location
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Nador #47 most popular location
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Skhirat #48 most popular location
Ourika Valley #49 most popular location
The Ourika Valley is a large region between Marrakesh and the Atlas mountains. The Ourika river flows through this area. There are a lot of typical Berbervillages to find and some waterfalls …
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Guelmim #50 most popular location
2travelers 1reviews 2blogs