When people throw around the word ‘remarkable’, they’re probably referring to places like Morocco.
In a place where riding a camel over dunes at sunset is not unusual, where tagines spiked with saffron perfume the air and Amazigh people herd goats on the slopes of the High Atlas Mountains, the word remarkable just doesn't cut it. Whether you're wandering the wind-battered port town of Essaouira, exploring the famous Kasbah in Aït Benhaddou or sleeping beneath the Saharan stars, a healthy does of Maghreb hospitality will make a Morocco tour truly unforgettable.
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Morocco at a glance
Rabat (1.9 million)
Moroccan Arabic, French, Berber dialects, some Spanish
Type C (European 2-pin) Type E (French 2-pin, female earth)