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Welcome to Morocco

Perched on the tip of northern Africa, Morocco weaves together European, African, and Middle Eastern traditions and cultures into one seamless fabric. Whether travelers find themselves drawn to the bustling streets and souks in the capital of Marrakech, a Moroccan cooking class, camel treks into windswept desert, or a hot-air balloon flight over the craggy peaks of the Atlas Mountains, Morocco does not disappoint. Popular day trip destinations outside of the capital include the port cities of Casablanca, Essaouira, and Tangier, as well as Fes, a city famed for its walled medina, medieval architecture, and old-world atmosphere.

Top 10 attractions in Morocco

Atlas Mountains

Atlas Mountains

Capped with snow throughout the winter months and cloaked with wildflowers through the summer, the rocky plateaus and lush valleys of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains provide a striking backdrop for hiking and mountain biking treks, as well as cultural visits to Morocco’s remaining Berber tribes. Sprawling along the frontier of the Sahara, the range runs from the Atlantic coast to the northern Rif Mountains.More
Hassan II Mosque

Hassan II Mosque

With its regal cliff-top perch overlooking the ocean and a soaring 210-meter high minaret (the world’s highest) that shines a beam toward Mecca during the evening hours, everything about the Hassan II Mosque is grandiose. The magnificent mosque is among the largest in the world, with space for up to 100,000 worshippers.More
Caves of Hercules

Caves of Hercules

Located 7 miles (14 kilometers) west of Tangier, near Cape Spartel, the Caves of Hercules is one of the area’s top attractions. Discovered in 1906, the cave extends for 18.6 miles (30 kilometers) and is both natural and man-made. It features two openings, one to land and one to sea, with the latter known as the “Map of Africa” for its distinctive shape.More
Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle)

Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle)

With its bold blue color scheme, towering palms, and gigantic cacti, set around pools of water lilies and gardens filled with exotic plants, the Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle) is one of the most idyllic spots in Marrakech. Owned by designer Yves Saint Laurent, it’s also one of the city’s most visited attractions.More
Cape Spartel

Cape Spartel

Located west of Tangier, Cape Spartel is the northwesternmost point of Africa, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea. Rising 1,000 feet (305 meters) above sea level, Cape Spartel is known for its stunning views and dramatic coastal roads, and includes a lighthouse dating from 1864.More
Agadir Beach (Plage d’Agadir)

Agadir Beach (Plage d’Agadir)

A flawless crescent of deep, fine sand, which rolls on for miles to the south of town, Agadir Beach (Plage d’Agadir forms the heart of this seaside resort. A wealth of cafés and restaurants offer food and drink, with loungers for sun worshippers, while water sports run from Jet Ski to boat trips and deep-sea fishing adventures.More
Medina of Fez (Fes el-Bali)

Medina of Fez (Fes el-Bali)

Forming the northeast corner of Fez, the Medina of Fez (Fes El-Bali is a dizzying introduction to the city’s culture, crafts, and commotion. Dating to the ninth century, the UNESCO-listed warren of lanes, shops, and souks is girded by 13th-century walls and ornamental gates.More
Jemaa el-Fna (Djemaa el-Fna)

Jemaa el-Fna (Djemaa el-Fna)

An outdoor market by day and packed to bursting with diners, shoppers, storytellers, and singers by night, Jemaa el-Fna (also written Djemaa el-Fna or Jemaa el-Fnaa) is the epicenter of Marrakech life, where locals and tourists come night after night to see the clash of colors, sounds, smells, and sights that make up this memorable location.More
Agadir Kasbah Ruins (Agadir Oufella)

Agadir Kasbah Ruins (Agadir Oufella)

Built in 1541 and restored a couple of centuries later, the Agadir Kasbah Ruins (Agadir Oufella stand on a hill a little way out of town. Designed as a fortress, the kasbah once housed hundreds, although all that remains of the structure after the 1960 earthquake is the outer wall. Most travelers visit for the sweeping ocean views.More
Old Medina of Casablanca (Ancienne Medina)

Old Medina of Casablanca (Ancienne Medina)

In the north of the city between the port and the seafront Hassan II Mosque, the Old Medina of Casablanca contains the last vestiges of pre-20th century Casablanca. Though the modern city sprawls in every direction, the historic quarter remains a maze of alleyways and a vast souk, tucked in by the remnants of ancient walls.More

Trip ideas

How to Spend 2 Days in Marrakech

How to Spend 2 Days in Marrakech

Top activities in Morocco

3 Days Desert Tour From Marrakech To Merzouga Dunes & Camel Trek
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Essaouira Day Trip from Marrakech

Essaouira Day Trip from Marrakech

A Night in the Agafay Desert from Marrakech
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Casablanca City Tour

Casablanca City Tour

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Recent reviews from experiences in Morocco

Worth doing
Ben_W, Jun 2022
Atlas Mountains and Three Valleys & Waterfalls - Camel ride Day Trip Marrakech
Really fun day out to see a different side of Morocco.
A must when visiting Marrakech
Andres_S, May 2022
Desert Agafay and Atlas Mountains & Camel ride Day Trip From Marrakech
It has a little bit of everything and you get to see the different landscape Morocco has.
Excellent tour with Idrissi!
Maria_E, May 2022
Fez Guided Tour with lunch from Casablanca
He was friendly, had excellent knowledge of Fes and Morocco, and spoke excellent English.
Foodie delights
Roy_B, Apr 2022
Marrakech Food Tasting Experience Including Dinner
Got to see and taste a little of Morocco would recommend this tour
A lovely tour
Iliyan_N, Apr 2022
Agafay Desert & Berber villages & Atlas Mountains, Full Day Trip From Marrakech
I highly recommend, if you’re looking for great activities beyond the city.
Unique peaceful evening
Michelle_C, Apr 2022
Magical private dinner in Marrakech desert
It was a lovely way to see Morocco.
The BEST Sahara tour
Christine_M, Mar 2022
2-Days Desert Trip from Fes
If you go to Morocco and want to see and stay in the Sahara, this is THE BEST TOUR you could arrange.
Ivo_T, Mar 2022
Desert Agafay and Atlas Mountains & Camel ride Day Trip From Marrakech
He brought us to see the waterfall in the mountains and the dessert, plus a few attractions along the way.
Highlight of my Morocco Trip
Maria_I, Feb 2022
Atlas Mountains and 3 Valleys & Waterfalls & Desert Agafay - Day Trip Marrakech
It was so beautiful to see the Berber villages as well.
5* day out in the mountains
Emily_C, Jun 2022
Atlas Mountains and Agafay Desert 4x4 Safari
Houssain was our guide for the village visit and waterfall hike and he was very friendly and welcoming into his village where we had a lovely home cooked tagine.
A must tour for those who love cooking
Elena_W, Jun 2022
Moroccan Cooking Class Marrakech with Chef Khmisa
And the opportunity to see how folks in Morocco live and cook was also priceless.
Fantastic Chefchaouen and Area Tour
Erin_D, Jun 2022
Blue city of Chefchaouen day trip from Tangier
I discovered this tour doing some research about things to do/see in the area and I'm SO happy I did!
Jade_H, Jun 2022
Full Day trip to Chefchaouen & the panoramic of tangier
As it was our first time in Morocco, he also gave us tips on where to visit and was so knowledgeable.
A Wonderful trip in Morocco from Marrakech to Fez through a magnificent landscape
MunsiA_H, Jun 2022
Marrakech to Fez via Merzouga Desert 3-Days Morocco Sahara Tour
We had different opinion about this country to be arid, desert-like landscape in majority places, and we are surprised to see so many different landscapes, etc.
Great tour!
Nicole_P, May 2022
3-Day Sahara Desert To Merzouga From Marrakech
We loved this tour because we felt like we were able to see so much of eastern Morocco in such a short time.
Best tour guide
Maria_M, May 2022
Essaouira Beach: Private Full-Day Luxury Trip from Marrakech
We’ve been shown the best places to see in Morocco and took is to IL-mare, a very good sea food restaurant.
Long day but totally worth the trip!
MeiYan_M, May 2022
Chefchaouen the Blue City Private Day Trip from Casablanca
As for timing, I felt we had just enough time to see what Chefchuouen had to offer and never felt rushed by the guide to leave.
Once in a lifetime experience!
Jordan_G, May 2022
3 Days Desert Tour From Marrakech To Merzouga Dunes & Camel Trek
Everything was really organised and Ayoub always checked in to see how we were doing.
Fanastic Day Trip to Aït Ben Haddou
Stephanie_K, May 2022
Private Ait Ben Haddou Tour with Road of the Kasbahs from Marrakech
He was personable, great English (he also speaks French, Arabic, Italian, Spanish and Berber), and has a good sense of humor.
Wonderful Tour
Ying_W, May 2022
7 Days Tour from Tangier to Marrakech Morocco Tour
I highly recommend this tour to anyone who is interested to visit Morocco.
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