Ancient Mysteries and Colorful Souks

Experience Morocco, where ancient traditions and vibrant culture meet stunning landscapes. From the bustling souks of Marrakech and the historic medinas of Fez to the majestic Atlas Mountains and the serene Sahara Desert, Morocco offers a captivating journey. Perfect for history buffs, adventurers, and those seeking unique experiences, this North African gem promises an unforgettable and enchanting adventure.

Morocco in a few words

Location: Nestled on the northwest coast of Africa, Morocco shares its borders with Algeria to the east and Western Sahara to the south. It spans an area of approximately 710,850 km².

Capital: Rabat

Population: Approximately 37 million inhabitants

Official languages: Arabic and Amazigh (Berber)

Currency: Moroccan dirham (MAD) – approximately 10 MAD for 1 euro

Time difference: No time difference in winter, -1h in summer

Flight time: 3 hours on average

Good to know: Traditionally, meals are eaten with the right hand. It is customary to remove shoes before entering someone’s home and not to walk on rugs. Morocco is predominantly Muslim, so it is advisable to dress modestly.

Bargaining: Bargaining is a common practice, especially in souks and markets. Halving or thirding the initial price quoted is a common strategy.

Health: No vaccines are mandatory, but it is recommended to be up to date on vaccinations such as hepatitis A, typhoid fever, and diphtheria-tetanus-polio.

Entry formalities: Passport valid for the duration of stay. Citizens of many countries, including the European Union, can enter Morocco without a visa for tourist stays of up to 90 days.

What to pack: Sunscreen, hat or cap for sun protection, lightweight and comfortable clothing, swimsuit, and comfortable walking shoes.

5 Good Reasons to Visit Morocco

Experience the blend of flavors and aromas of one of the finest oriental cuisines
Immerse yourself in a complete change of scenery just 3 hours from Paris or Brussels
Soak up the unique atmosphere of souks and medinas
Witness the sunrise in the Sahara Desert
Climb the 4167 meters of Mount Toubkal
Essaouira Souks

Experience the exoticism of a country at the crossroads of cultures.

Discover the generosity of an authentic people, the variety of landscapes, and the unique cultural heritage of imperial cities and Berber villages. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure in the heart of Morocco.

Travel Pictures

Port de pêche d'Essaouira
Selina Nomad Camp Agafay
La Mouette et les Dromadaires
Porte au Jardin Secret
Mosquée Moulay El Yazid, Marrakech
Marrakech - Post Cover
Vue sur le lac depuis le Petit Hôtel du Flouka
Ruelle dans la médina d'Essaouira
Souks d'Essaouira
Domaine de Tameslohte
Jardin Secret

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