You don’t need a week in Morocco to see just how amazing this place is. Follow our guide to the essentials and your life will be changed Moroccan style!
- Get your feet wet with Moroccan culture by visiting Jamaa el-Fnaa Square. This is the perfect place to ignite your senses with the many sights, smells, and tastes of Morocco. Explore the various corner shops and indulge in all the traditional street foods. Shop local Moroccan leather goods, handmade clothing, and ceramics.
- Don’t forget to explore traditional Moroccan flavors. We recommend you try these dishes which are unique to Morocco. Moroccans love their spices so get ready to take your tastebuds on a journey!
Tagine is a slow-cooked dish containing your choice of spicy meats and veggies. It is traditionally made with beef but can contain chicken or lamb. If you are a Couscous lover, then you need to get to Morocco. This simple but delicious grain can be found all over Morocco. It’s typically prepared with many spices but can be served with meat and vegetables.
3. To cool off we recommend traditional Moroccan mint tea. This green tea-based drink will have you feeling refreshed and recharged. It contains fresh Moroccan mint leaves and pure sugar cane.
4. Tired of the bustling city life. Now that you have plenty of energy it’s time to explore the fun that awaits in Morocco. Take a drive out to the Kasbah du Toubkal. Here you will find the Atlas Mountains which will provide some of the best views in the world.
5. Ouzoud Falls is a must visit at least once in your life. These 110-meter falls are surrounded by orchards of olive trees, shaded rocks, and small old mills. The pure waterfalls offer a refreshing escape from the hot Moroccan sun.
6. And you can’t visit Morocco without getting that hump day picture!
7. Now hop off that camel and onto the Moroccan ATV tour. Shred on four wheels through endless desert trails. Remember a bandana to cover your face, things get pretty sandy out there.
8. Any backdrop used in Game of Thrones must be worth a visit. Luckily Morocco is home to Ait Benhaddou. This fortified city is a stunning sight to behold with it’s rising mountains, cave-dwelling shelters, and deep valleys.