Travel to Morocco, the proud Bedouin land
Where west and east come together in the northwestern tip of Africa, lies Morocco, a country unprecedentedly exotic and mysterious and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Red soil and clay shape the exuberant heart of a country that wins the travel impressions, as the aromatic smoke of hookahs pours out of the labyrinth-like bazaars and open-air markets, in states and villages, sand dunes and cool oases, snowy mountain peaks and castles, of Morocco. All these seem to emerge from the dreamiest scenery of history and tradition.
Caravans of Bedouins travel in the desert through the unique routes of Berber tradition and European influences, which had an impact on the majestic physiognomy of Morocco.
Cosmopolitan Casablanca hands over the baton of charm to the beautiful and untamed Rabat when the cafes of Tangier, where the aromas of spices reflect the deepest feeling, altogether mixing and drawing the scenery of the fairytale East.
And as Marrakech and Fez enjoy their travel popularity, inside the imposing castle Kasbah des Udayas, the grandeur of the Berber soul emerges, proudly waving in the Essauira of the winds and exploding in a feast of senses in the "blue pearl" of Chefsauhen. This is Morocco, where the proud Arab heart moves, charms and enchants.
Berber, French (France)
- It is obligatory to present a negative Covid – 19 virus test upon entering the country
- If you plan to travel to another country after Morocco, search for each country's specific measures