Why now is the perfect time to travel to Morocco

Updated: Jan 21, 2019

Morocco is situated in North Africa, more specifically the north-west shoulder of the Africa’s continent. It neighbours Algeria to the East and Mauritania in the south of the country. The close proximity to mainland Europe, Morocco has become a popular tourist destination for traveller’s around the world. It spans a total area of 722,550 km taking in account the Western Sahara. Generally, the country can be sub-divided into four distinct areas:

  • The coast (Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean)

  • Imperial cities of Morocco. Rabat is the capital city of Morocco and the customary residence of the king and government offices

  • The Rif & Atlas Mountain ranges

  • Oases and the gateway to the Sahara Desert, south of Morocc

Tourism is a prominent sector in the Moroccan economy and attracts many visitors from across the world. It attracted 10 million visitors in 2013 from around the world. The recent government initiative, Vision 2020 is to promote Morocco as one of the top 20 holiday destinations in the world and doubling its numbers to 20 million by 2020.

The Imperial cities of Fez, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat reflect the historical dynasties of Morocco and each city has its own story to tell.

The sighting of Kasbahs expands the whole of the country giving an insight into the past life of the North African’s family residing in these towns and cities. Important landmarks for the trading caravans of salt, gold and slaves travelling to neighbouring countries through the Sahara Desert. Furthermore, providing a dwelling for travellers and protection of commodity and its people enclosed within the city walls.

The official and primary languages of Morocco are Arabic  and Amazigh. Furthermore, French is widely used and taught in all schools. Spanish tends to a language of choice in the northern region of Morocco.   English is widely spoken with the  local people.

Travellers to Morocco are exposed to the rich and diverse culture of Berber, Arab and European influences. Historically and to date it has been home of the Berbers (Amazigh), the indigenous people of North Africa.

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