For the globe trotter who wants to settle for nothing but the best, Morocco is an ideal haven. Rich with an enchanting medieval culture consisting of exotic sights, sounds, scents and mesmerizing beauty of medians and mosques, it is really every traveler’s dream come true. In fact, also one of those countries where travelers can launch a search for some of the most sought after treasure troves or get their hands on a bevy of exotic spices, the world has thus known so far.
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Booking holiday packages to Morocco, will also give a die-hard adventure seeking traveler an opportunity to witness the mayhem that goes about in one of world’s wildest marketplace called Marrakech. If that’s not all, at the same time even enabling one to soak in the atmosphere that some of the world’s most magnificent cities such as Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes and Fez are renowned for.
Mesmerizing and spell-binding in its orientation, Morocco enthralls and captivates one and all through its snake charmers and enigmatic vendors of all kinds. With diverse landscapes ranging from the high Atlas Mountains to the exquisite beaches of Essaouira and from the lush Kasbah oases to the perfect solitude of the Sahara desert, the country really lives up to standards which are hard to beat.
But that’s not all, every now and then; the country via its cheap Morocco holiday packages does everything possible to ensure that one would be able to witness the call of the muezzins, the wafting scent of incense, and the colorful caravans, unlikely to be found anywhere else
Morocco holiday reviews
Rob P. Date of travel: Mar 2004
One of the highlights of my trip was trekking in the High Atlas Mountains. From Imlil (a mountain village about an hour from Marrakech) we did a 7-day trip around the Toubkal Circuit. We saw hardly any other trekkers and it was fantastic to experience village life and hospitality in the mountains. We passed some incredible scenery, a glacial lake, some high passes and many shepherds with their agile goats and sheep. Really worthwhile. Most people just do the 2-day Jebel Toubkal ascent to bag the highest peak in northern Africa (13,665ft), but this is a horribly overrun route with overweight, unfit wannabe hikers along with their donkey trains. Much better to get away from it all and really see the mountains! Tour Operator: self organised
Barbara N. Date of travel: Jan 2004
Agadir, Take a white taxi and get the driver to show you Agadir. Take a trip to the green valley, Grand Souk and see life. Tour Operator: Top Morocco Travel