Morocco is brimming with opportunities for amazing adventures. We look at some of the best activities you can have in Morocco. From camel riding to conquering the highest peak in North Africa.
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Visit the Sahara Desert and ride a camel.
Before embarking on a camel trip through the sands, drive to Merzouga, where the Sahara dunes begin.
While the sun sets and the warm sandy air brushes your skin. Find calm in the middle of the desert while riding a camel.
Chefchaouen, the blue city, is worth a visit.
A journey to Chefchaouen in the north of the Kingdom; will take you to one of the most enchanting destinations in all of Morocco.
As the narrow streets of the city are decorated with various shades of blue on the walls. Windows, and doors of the houses, there are many plants scattered about.
For many tourists visiting Morocco, exploring and experiencing Chefchaouen is a high point.
This place is one of the 15 Beautiful Photographic Locations in Morocco.
See the tanneries in Fez.
This small city in Morocco is home to the imperial city of Fez, which means it is full of history. Located inside the old medina, the tanneries look much the same as they did from centuries ago. It’s a one-of-a-kind sight.
In Essaouira, you can surf.
Besides being one of Morocco’s most prominent fishing villages. Essaouira is now knows worldwide as a surfing hotspot, luring surfers from all over the world to ride the waves here.
Winter is the ideal season to visit since the Atlantic swell is at its peak and you can meet visitors from all over the world who are here to surf.
Take a stroll in Jemaa el-Fna.
The most famous square in Morocco, with snake charmers, monkeys, henna tattooists, food booths, hundreds of people, live music, and the entrance to the souk with its traditional shops, is Jemaa el-Fna.
You definitely have to see it for yourself to have a sense of how amazing this destination is.
Head on down to Ait Benhaddou.
Giving it the appearance of rising from the ground, this amazing walled city is situated between Marrakesh and the Sahara Desert and is completely constructed from earthen clay.
Although the majority of the residents have relocated to the more advanced adjacent communities, four families remain in the historic city. It’s undoubtedly a sight to remember.
Hike Mount Toubkal
Climbing the highest peak in North Africa is best done in the spring for a memorable and life-changing experience. Begin in Imlil, a lovely tiny mountain village with breathtaking views.
From a hot-air balloon, take in the sights of Marrakesh.
Whether you view the city on foot, by camel or horse, or from a great height, Marrakesh is beautiful. Check out Marrakech’s all-inclusive hotel deals before your visit. Ciel d’Afrique, a Marrakech-based company that has operated since 1990, is one of the many companies that offer hot-air balloon rides in the city.
Coming from the best hotels in Marrakech for couples, you will embark on a personal 4X4 trip across the desert to the hot air balloon,.
Then you will be taken on a one-hour scenic flight over the surrounding mountains and the outskirts of Marrakesh.
Following the trip, you’ll receive a special passenger certificate as well as a delicious Berber breakfast prepared by local women
Pay a visit to a hammam
Going to a traditional hammam, a steam bath where you can relax and have a traditional skin exfoliation is a great way to spend time in Morocco. Hammams in Morocco provide a wide range of skin treatments that Moroccans regularly enjoy, like applying clay masks to their bodies or moisturizing with Argan oil. This is a must-do pampering experience.
Get on the train.
Traveling by train will allow you to see Morocco’s distinct and unique landscapes. Some trains traverse through the Atlas Mountains, while others pass near to the Algerian border, providing some of the country’s most breathtaking scenery.
Volubilis is a place worth seeing.
Volubilis is a complex of Roman remains outside of Meknes that date back to the third century BCE and were deserted in the 11th century.
Wandering the historic streets, bathhouses, columns, and more is a memorable experience.
Consider a trip to the Valley of the Roses.
With its palm trees, clay cottages, and historic mosques surrounded by mountains, this stunning valley looks like it was taken from the old Moroccan southwest. This region, which has some of Morocco’s most magnificent landscapes, is home to the majority of the country’s Centifolia rose production, with the blossoms utilized in both culinary and cosmetic applications.
Take pleasure in Moroccan cuisine.
For many guests, tasting Moroccan cuisine is a life-changing activity due to the use of local flavors and classic cooking methods. Dine at the restaurants and bars in Rabat to experience this memorable experience. Because of the way the earthenware clay reacts with the fire, tagines, for example, change the flavor of the food to something very distinct and flavorful. If you learn how to cook like the Moroccans, your life will undoubtedly improve.
Where to stay in Morocco
Located in Rabat’s Ambassador district is Story Rabat. This luxurious boutique hotel is one of the best places to stay in Rabat, Morocco.
Every encounter and interaction is make to absolutely unforgettable for their personnel. The Luxury Lifestyle Award in New York named STORY RABAT.
“BEST LUXURY BOUTIQUE HOTEL” in Morocco for 2020. And TripAdvisor named it “Traveler’s Choice Award” for 2021!
Book your stay in Story Rabat today and get the most out of your trip to Morocco.