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Morocco Safaris

Visiting Morocco is a journey like no other. This North African country is a melting pot of cultures, with influences from Arab, Berber, European, and African civilizations all coming together to create a unique and vibrant culture. Morocco has a rich history that is evident in its ancient cities, grand palaces, and impressive monuments.

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Egypt & Morocco

27 days | 26 nights

Culture, history, natural beauty and hospitality in Morocco

In addition to its cultural heritage, Morocco is also known for its stunning natural landscapes. The country boasts a diverse range of scenery, from the rugged peaks of the Atlas Mountains to the endless dunes of the Sahara Desert, and from the fertile valleys of the Rif Mountains to the pristine beaches of the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. Visitors can embark on hikes, camel rides, or 4×4 expeditions to explore these different environments and encounter a wealth of wildlife and flora.

One of the highlights of visiting Morocco is the chance to immerse oneself in its vibrant markets and souks. The bustling souks of Marrakech, Fez, and Casablanca are a riot of color and sound, with vendors selling everything from spices and textiles to pottery and jewelry. Visitors can haggle for bargains, sample local delicacies, and take in the sights and sounds of these vibrant markets.

Morocco is also famous for its hospitality, and visitors can expect a warm welcome wherever they go. The country has a well-developed tourism infrastructure, with a range of accommodations to suit every budget, from luxurious riads and resorts to budget-friendly hostels and guesthouses. Visitors can also sample the country’s world-renowned cuisine, which blends the flavors of the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Africa in a delicious fusion of spices, herbs, and fresh ingredients.

In conclusion, visiting Morocco is an unforgettable experience that offers a unique mix of culture, history, natural beauty, and hospitality.

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