Morocco is a dream destination for any traveler, and especially if you love exploring the unexpected. The country’s diverse landscape and mosaic of cultures makes each trip special and unique.

Morocco is a land of diverse landscapes, incredible food, and welcoming locals. It’s also one of the least-visited countries in the world, so chances are you’ll get a bit of a sense of seclusion here. Here are some of the best places to travel in Morocco.

1. Marrakesh

The “Versailles of the Desert” is famous for its palaces, tiled roofs, and ancient walls. But Marrakesh’s most impressive sites are the ones that tourists rarely see: the medina, the souks, the desert, and the overnighters.

2. Chefchaouen

Morocco: 10 of the Best Places to visit
City of Chefchaouen has lovely gardens and an off-the-beaten-path feel. One of the most charming aspects of Chefchaouen is the way that locals and visitors alike seem to integrate so seamlessly.

Just south of Marrakesh, the old walled city of Chefchaouen has lovely gardens and an off-the-beaten-path feel. One of the most charming aspects of Chefchaouen is the way that locals and visitors alike seem to integrate so seamlessly.

3. Essaouira

Essaouira, on the coast north of Marrakesh, is one of the most beautiful and charming places in Morocco. It has cobbled streets, ramparts, and a medina that was once a thriving Jewish community.

4. fez medina

Morocco: 10 of the Best Places to visit
Fez is an old city, and the medina is where you’ll find the most historic sights. The medina is a walled district with narrow streets and endless alleyways.

Fez is an old city, and the medina is where you’ll find the most historic sights. The medina is a walled district with narrow streets and endless alleyways. Many of the old walls are covered in artistic graffiti, and you might catch a glimpse of some Moorish architecture here and there.

Fez is a Moroccan city with a unique culture, eye-catching architecture and mouth-watering food. The city is also known by its leather craftsmanship and as Morocco’s largest producer of the elaborately handcrafted fez.

5. Agadir

Agadir is a beach town with a medina, a walled old city, and some of the most stunning vistas of the Atlantic coastline. If you like beaches and culture, or would like to experience a bit of both, this is the place for you.

6. Oujda

Oujda is a small city in the High Atlas mountains, and it’s perhaps best known for its Friday carnival. If you’re in Morocco during the week, you may never experience this, as it’s a working city, but on the weekend it’s a celebration of colors and music.

7. Toubkal

Morocco: 10 of the Best Places to visit
If you like climbing and trekking, Morocco has several great options, but the highest and most impressive peak is Toubkal, in the Atlas Mountains.

If you like climbing and trekking, Morocco has several great options, but the highest and most impressive peak is Toubkal, in the Atlas Mountains. This offers great views of the wild and dramatic landscape of the High Atlas.

8. Saissac Falls

Saissac Falls is a beautiful spot in the Rif mountains, with a backdrop of snow capped peaks. The area is wild and remote, and there are no facilities of any kind. If you have a tent or camper, you’re good to go. Otherwise, make arrangements to spend the night in Oujda or Toubkal.

9. M’Gouna

This is perhaps the most unusual place on this list, but also one of the most interesting. M’Gouna is a tiny island situated in the North Atlantic, just a short boat ride away from the Moroccan coast. You’ll find several resorts here, but there’s no electricity or running water, so this is really more of a hippie getaway.

10. Sahara Desert

Morocco: 10 of the Best Places to visit
If you want to experience true Morocco, head to the Sahara Desert. This is the vast, uninhabited space that lies between the Mediterranean coast and the Red Sea.

If you want to experience true Morocco, head to the Sahara Desert. This is the vast, uninhabited space that lies between the Mediterranean coast and the Red Sea. It’s incredibly diverse, with spectacular sand dunes, salt water lakes, and flocks of migratory birds.

These are just ten of the many great places to visit in Morocco. The country has a lot to offer for travelers of every kind, so be sure to check it out for yourself.

Although many travelers associate Morocco with beaches and desert safaris, the country also has many charming, historic towns, infinite charming, historic towns, infinite beautiful scenery, and vibrant, diverse culture.

So if you’re looking for a unique travel experience, Morocco is a great place to start.

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