Morocco Top Places 2021
While taking a tours in Morocco you will discover that Morocco is incredibly geographically diverse. This unique diversity extends to its people and their cultures, languages, and cuisines. Sahara Holiday Tours offers you a small list of best 10 tours in Morocco.
Fes is Morocco’s oldest and second largest city founded by Idriss I in the 9th century. The Medina of Fes is a fortified medieval city surrounded by huge historical walls and majestic Gates. The Medina is one of the largest free urban areas worldwide, where Transports of goods is provided by donkeys, carriages, and motorbikes. A visit to Fes would take you back in history, admiring the simplicity of life, the remarkable Moroccan architecture, and the most authentic Moroccan treasures.
2 – Chefchaouen
The Blue pearl of Morocco, Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue village over the dramatic peaks of the Rif Mountains. The beautiful blue town is a perfect destination to relax within its blue streets and admire its captivating natural views. It’s also a popular shopping destination offering many native handicrafts, as wool garments and woven blankets.
The old houses of Chefchaouen are all authentic blue-washed buildings with a fascinating European touch.
The 17th century old capital of Morocco. Meknes is a royal walled city full of majestic sites and underground monuments. The city has also some of the fascinating royal stables and mesmerizing granaries. Meknes has an impressive Spanish-Moorish style, as its also close to the incredible Roman Ruins of Volubilis.
The old Roman Ruins dating back to the 3rd century BC. The ruins were before the administrative center of the province Mauretania Tingitana where Romans used to live for many centuries. During a visit to Volubilis, you would be able to go back in history living your own Roman time and admiring the surviving ruins and majestic gates.
The old imperial city of Rabat and modern capital of Morocco has managed to preserve its rich cultural and artistic heritage as wel as its many green spaces and forests. Although the traces o its glorious past are still there, it is also turned towards the future, thanks to the futuristic Grand Theater being built in the new neighbourhood of Bouregreg. The high walls of the city surround wonderful Art Deca roads and many gates of the walls are now home to art galleries As for the Kasbah of the Udayas (a foreman fortified military camp on the UNESCO World Heritage list), it’s perfect for wandering. Since the opening of the Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rabat has become the epicenter of Moroccan art.
6-Merzouga Erg Chebbi
The highest dunes Morocco. Erg Chebbi Dunes is a famous destination for tourists all over the world. The golden sands and the romantic sunset makes it the perfect place and admire the beauty of Mother Nature. The Majestic Sahara offers some of the most exciting activities as Camel Trekking, Quad Biking, and sand surfing.
7- Ait Benhaddou
A small village of a huge history. Ait Benhaddou is Morocco’s largest Kasbah, and a fortified Ksar (Royal Palace), with majestic buildings and unique Moroccan architecture. The Kasbah of Aït Benhaddou has appeared in several movies, including Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiateur. moreover It is considered a great example of Moroccan earthen clay architecture and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.
The Hollywood of Africa, Ouarzazate is the epic gateway to the Moroccan Sahara. With its marvelous Arab architecture and unique location between the Sahara and the Atlas Mountains, Ouarzazate is a fascinating destination to discover more about the ancient Moroccan culture.
Marrakech or The Red City is one of the top Tourist attractions in Morocco, the crowded squares and narrow red streets shows the real Morocco. The beautiful city has a huge square at the heart of the medina filled with snake charmers and people with monkeys, story-tellers, magicians, and dozens of food stalls.visit majorel garden and saadian tombs…..bahia palace
Essaouira city is 16th century fortified bay, known for the breezy streets and the capital of kitesurfing and windsurfing. Essaouira is also known for its most captivating handicrafts, as The medina of Essaouira is home to many small arts and crafts businesses, notably cabinet making and wood-carving.