Travel Packages in Morocco

Travel Packages in Morocco

Find out about offers, things to do, and exciting attractions to explore in Morocco.

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Travel Packages to Morocco

Travel Packages to Morocco

Morocco is a country located in the Maghreb region of North Africa. It overlooks the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Morocco means the west -place the sun sets- in Arabic. This marvelous country is a merging of the African and Arab worlds. The country is very close to Europe that's why it attracts visitors to Morocco beaches. Because of its proximity to Spain, tourists in southern Spain's coastal areas take one- to three-day trips to Morocco.
Full of color, warmth and charm, Morocco overflows with beauty, from the dramatic Atlas Mountains stretching throughout the country to the sparkling azure sea contrasting with the yellow and gold colors of the desert sands. The country is also home to uncountable beautiful towns, each adding to Morocco’s unique landscape and culture. It's no wonder Morocco has been feted by artists and writers for decades and it keeps enchant all who visit.

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Morocco Tourism

Morocco is a cheap place for tourists. Visiting Morocco is really like a journey into a timeless, tranquil world of amazing coastal villages, colorful towns that cling to hillsides, and remote outposts defended by stunning adobe forts. If you are looking for the best travel packages to Morocco, you definitely have to consider the following cities in your package.

Chefchaouen Morocco

Chefchaouen Morocco

From the blue-painted walls and red-tiled roofs to iconic keyhole-shaped doorways and tiled passages winding through the city, this small town in the Rif Mountains gives a decidedly surreal look and feel. The old quarter of the town is heavily influenced by Islamic and Andalusian architecture. Despite its recent increasing popularity and tourist trade, Chefchaouen remains an ideal place to experience unique Morocco.

Marrakech Morocco

Marrakech Morocco

Marrakech is so vibrant, colorful, historic and totally worthy place to visit. Stay within the city walls in a traditional Riad then go shopping in the maze-like souks. Also, be sure to explore Bahia Palace; one of the best places in Morocco to visit.

Rabat Morocco

Rabat Morocco

Rabat is the capital city of Morocco and it has two distinct main districts: the New Town and the Old Town. Stick to the New Town for shopping and enjoying warm weather at the city’s open-air bars and cafes. Also, head to the Old Town for some good bargains at Moroccan souks (markets).

Fes Morocco

Fes Morocco

Recognized by UNESCO as an outstanding universal value, this 13th-century city is an imperial city of long-lasting multicultural history. Fes has been Morocco's capital city for 400 years. The city is bursting with historic buildings and is fascinating to explore on foot.

Agadir Morocco

Agadir Morocco

Agadir is Morocco's most popular resort and #1 destination for beach holidays. Agadir is a great base for excursions and day trips into south Morocco if you want to mix up the sunbathing with some sightseeing. The picture-postcard fishing village of Essaouira is also easily reached so are the inland mountain villages.

Casablanca Morocco

Casablanca Morocco

With beautiful palm trees lining its paths, the Atlantic Ocean over the horizon and large business buildings everywhere, Casablanca is the economic hub of Morocco and it houses the primary international airport. Casablanca's big sight is the massive Hassan II Mosque. Also, the medina is a charming and photogenic district full of old-fashioned ambiance.

Morocco Culture

Morocco Culture

Morocco's culture is a blend of religious and ethnic traditions, encompassing Berber, Arab, African, and Mediterranean influences. Morocco is an interesting place to visit as you can see unique blends of tradition and modernity. Sharing its international border with Algeria and Spain, this country is well equipped with picturesque rocky terrains, vibrant heritage as well as unique cuisines. You can see the uniqueness in every region of Morocco and that what makes the national culture so rich. While the two official languages of Morocco are Standard Arabic and Standard Moroccan Berber, most Moroccans speak Moroccan Arabic (Darija) as a native language. French and Spain had occupied this country in the past; so it should not be too surprising to see some Moroccan people use French and Spain in their daily conversations. In general, the people of Morocco are extremely tolerant and hospitable. Though most people are religious, they are so easy-going.

Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to visit Morocco?

The best time to visit Morocco is during spring (March to May) or fall (September to October), as the weather is warm but so pleasant.

Is Morocco considered expensive to visit?

Morocco is so affordable and cheap for many things and it's even considered one of the best budget destinations in the world.

Is Morocco safe for female travelers?

Morocco is super safe for tourists in general. As for female travelers, you need to watch out a little more carefully but, overall, you are still unlikely to encounter serious problems.

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