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1- Chefchaouen and the Rif Mountains” the Blue Moroccan City”


One of the most wonderful towns in Morocco and attracts many travelers from around the world because of its amazing blue walls. Chefchaouen is located in the background of the Rif Mountains which has picturesque scenery.

Surely, the Medina of Chefchaouen has a lot to see such as Mosques, Scenic Waterfalls, and overwhelming Mountains. Exciting activities are on the package, so if you are searching for thrilling unique adventures, it is available in Moroccan style.

2- El Badi Palace in Marrakech


One of the magnificent landmarks in Morocco which built in the sixteen century by the sultan Ahmed al-Mansour to memorialize the victory of the Battle of the Three Kings against the Portuguese. The Palace has a lot to explore like the wonderful terraces, pools, and many rooms built in the Moroccan style of architecture.

It is a remarkable historical site that entices many tourists from different countries to see this palace which is standing from long ago until this moment.

3- Merzouga Desert


You shouldn’t make a tour in Morocco without visiting Merzouga which is a small desert town in Morocco and considered one of the highlighted sights on any round trip.

Hiking, Camping on the dunes, or riding a camel to experience this wonderful scenery of the desert. Whatever your chosen adventure in this amazing spot, it will be enjoyable and energetic.

4- Madina of Essaouira


A lovely interesting small town and was considered a major heritage site back in the late 18th century. As well it is a popular place for travelers according to its beautiful beach and its port which is decorated with blue boats and blue nets, really a charming scene to see.

5- The Atlas Mountains  


A series of Mountain peaks in northwestern Africa in Morocco is known by the Berber as “Idraren Darren”. It’s extremely high peaks, reaching a towering 4,167 meters (13,671 ft) at its high point.

Certainly, it is a very attractive spot for many activities such as hiking or camping. So, if you like to try a new adventure, make a tour of the Atlas Mountains.

6- Hassan II Mosque


A marvelous feat that portrays the incredible designs of Arab Muslims, it is built in Casablanca, Morocco. Also, it is the second-largest mosque in Africa and the seventh in the whole world.

Its minaret rises to 200 m in height and has a 30km laser directed toward Mecca. Unquestionably it is one of the most stunning religious masterpieces in the world.



Volubilis is one of the most remarkable archaeological venues in Morocco, according to the vestige of settlements from the pre-Roman period in Morocco, and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. The ruins of Volubilis show a rousing scene of the city that once was the capital of the Kingdom of Mauritania, which later became one of the cities of the Roman Empire.

8- Dades Valley


Enchanting Dades Valley close to Boumalne du Dades is one of the amazing landmarks in Morocco. When you make a tour of the Dades Valley, you will see a gorgeous beauty scene that is the Dades Valley is submerged in green, as the Dades River originates in the High Atlas Mountains and flows into the Dra River, Morocco's largest river.

9- Bab el Mansour


Bab el Mansour is a large triumphal arch-style gate in the Morrocan city of Meknes. The Sherry Bab Mansour Gate was portrayed as a horseshoe-shaped arched gate, and its 52-foot-tall wooden gate stands out in the vast El Hedim square. Surely, it is a unique top attraction and one of the most impressive scenes that you must head up through it on your tour in Morocco.

10- Ait Ben Haddou


Ait Ben Haddou is a conserved example of a ksar and it is a Berber mud settlement in Morocco. It has been built 10 centuries ago and is wrapped with palm groves, mountains, and rivers. Indeed, it is a great building that shows simplicity and solidity and is considered a beautiful perfect model of the traditional people’s life in southern Morocco.

Morroco sightseeing is a breathtaking journey that will let you discover new exciting places and know more about its greatest history.

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