No one would like to miss out on such a culturally-rich and environmentally-friendly country. Morocco is a hot tourist destination for many people from every corner of the globe for decades. With sun shines nearly 300 days of the year, Morocco is an exceptionally safe and excellent destination for great holiday to our Sahara deserts, Atlantic coast beaches and snow-capped Atlas mountains. Our diverse but strong culture lures most visitors to explore the colorful lives of the Moroccans and our landscape, not just once, but many times. There is so much diversity that you hardly want to miss anything. Morocco is a ‘Land of Mystery’ and must be visited once in your life!
Our government has made a conscious effort to make tourism the number one industry in the country. Moroccan economy has been growing steadily for the last few years. Considerable liberal reforms were made after the Arab Spring movement in 2012, which results in us being one of the most politically-stable countries in the region.
The Atlas Mountain is a magnet to adventurous trekkers and cyclists alike. There are so much beauty hidden in it that you cannot leave without visiting it. Mount Toubkal and Mgoun are as beautiful as the Alps or Himalayas, with a unique culture of the indigenous Berbers. These mountains provide exciting trekking as well as mountain biking opportunities. There are vast treks for challenging hike up and down passes, ridges and valleys. Or easy trails among local villages where you can go walk for hours, simply taking in local cultures in the villages. The diversity and the exotic variety of flora and fauna make it a nature lover’s paradise.
Marrakech, the City of Colors, is where most of our tours start. Its charming atmosphere comes from the never-ending streets of souks, historical palaces, mosque and gardens. Agadir is known for its Atlantic coastal resorts and beautiful beaches, has developed into a city with trendy restaurants and clubs. As you visit the cities and towns of Morocco you will be amazed at the culture and beauty of the kasbah, the medina, gardens, local markets etc. Even museums to give a glimpse into our country’s glorious past. There is so much to see; nature reserves, sparkling rivers, ancient buildings, handicrafts, colored carpets to name a few.
And who can come to Morocco without visiting the Sahara? Our desert tourism is well-developed, with camps of different styles to suit our visitors. Many come to the Sahara to experience the great sensation of space and tranquility. Lay on the sands watching millions of twinkling stars in total darkness and silence. You will leave with great memories of a lifetime!