Morocco is a beautiful country offering a wide range of tourist attractions such as palaces, ancient cities and mountain ranges. In addition, its climate allows visitors to enjoy the warm sunshine from May through October. From its stunning beaches to its majestic mountains and incredible deserts, Morocco offers plenty to visitors. Whether looking for culture or relaxation, Morocco is a great place to spend your holiday.


 Moroccan culture dates back thousands of years, with unique traditions that are still practised today. One example is the celebration of Eid al-Fitr (the end of Ramadan), which starts on August 14th every year. This festival marks the end of Ramadan, an Islamic holy month during which Muslims fast from sunrise until sunset. The first meal they eat after the sun sets is called “iftar” which means breaking the fasting. There are many traditional celebrations throughout the land including food festivals, fireworks displays, parades and more!


 Morocco has some truly wonderful dishes – particularly when it comes to spices. Fish, chicken, lamb, beef and vegetables are all cooked using different blends of spices, herbs and flavours. These delicious dishes are served using lots of fresh ingredients, so you can be sure that what you are eating will not only taste good but also make you feel healthy. During the winter months, people go to local souks to buy a selection of freshly prepared mixtures of herbs, spices, nuts and seeds which give them their characteristically strong flavour.


 Morocco is known for being a popular destination with adventure lovers. With landscapes ranging from the arid Sahara Desert to the lush Atlas Mountains, there are hundreds of activities to keep adventurers busy. Hiking, climbing, kayaking and rock climbing are just a few examples. There are even several wildlife reserves where animals such as monkeys, wolves, cheetahs and birds like eagles can be seen. For those who seek out a quieter experience, Morocco offers numerous opportunities for beachcombing, diving, fishing, sailing and canoeing.


Morocco has become a well-known centre for spa treatments due to its hot springs, mud baths, herbal steam rooms and massages. If you have been working hard and need a break, this could be just what you need! Most hotels offer spa packages for guests which include everything from manicures and pedicures to body wraps and facials. A relaxing holiday in Morocco is also perfect if you want to do some shopping or simply unwind by watching the world go by.

Elephant riding

Although elephants are usually associated with India, the elephant riding industry is based in Morocco. Riders use specially designed saddles and harnesses while sitting upon the backs of these large beasts to take tourists around the countryside. Visitors get to see the animal’s natural behaviour alongside the scenery.


There is always something going on in Morocco whether it is at the markets, restaurants, nightclubs, concerts or festivals. You never know what kind of party you might stumble across during your stay in Marocco!


Morocco is famous for having spectacular views of breathtaking scenery. Whether you choose to visit the coastal areas near Tangier or explore the mountainous regions north of Casablanca, the landscape of Morocco is one of the most beautiful in the entire Middle East. From snow-capped peaks to vast plains, there are countless sights to behold.

Greece Tour

 The Greek culture continues to flourish in Morocco. It may be difficult to find authentic Greek cuisine in Morocco but visitors can sample typical meals like spanakopita (spinach pies), gyros (Greek meat sandwiches) and tsipourades (lemonade).

Moroccan Cuisine

One thing about Moroccan food is that no matter where they eat, Moroccans seem to enjoy spicy flavours. They often cook with harissa, an aromatic paste made from peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, cumin, coriander and more. This warm spice creates a deliciously unique dining experience. Moroccans enjoy spicy flavours in every meal, including breakfast.


Morocco is a great place to shop! There are plenty of bazaars selling jewellery, rugs, clothes, leather goods, spices and souvenirs. Moroccan people also love to browse through local markets for various types of fresh produce and regional specialities like couscous (a form of pasta) or henna designs applied onto hands, feet or belly buttons.


 While the Sahara desert covers much of northern Africa, Morocco is home to many different kinds of wildlife and plants. Morocco boasts Europe’s greatest diversity of flora and fauna. Well-known species include Barbary macaques, golden jackals, olive baboons and striped lynxes.


The Moroccan Sahara Desert is called “Africa’s last frontier” because it covers 40% of Morocco. The Sahara desert is believed to be the largest hot desert in the world.

Berber Culture

 Unlike other North African countries, Morocco does not have a homogenous population. Its diverse society includes several distinct groups of Berbers who influenced their culture to blend into a unique style of art, music, dance and architecture.

In conclusion, despite its relatively small size, Morocco offers some of the best experiences available in all of North Africa. Check out our Morocco travel video to get a feel for everything this wonderful country has to offer. When in Morocco, make sure you check out Marrakesh, Fez, Essaouira, Todra Gorge and Chefchaoun Valley. Do not forget to research the benefits of playing online casino games for real money.