As with most countries it would be impossible to see everything in only one trip. So the following is a short list of things to see and do while in Morocco.
Go and enjoy this beautiful little town in Morocco. It has a tranquil atmosphere, incredible natural beauty and virtually all the walls are blue.
Bou Attarin Medersa, Fez
If you are particularly interested in historical landmarks and ancient buildings, you can find prime examples stuck away in small alleys and streets in this area of Fez.
Windsufing, Agadir and Essaouira
If you prefer outdoor activities or simply feel like you need a little water on your skin, you should attempt this well-loved sport. These two destinations are famed for providing ideal conditions in which to windsurf.
Kasbah Glaoui, Telouet
This amazing relic conjures up images of horse-mounted Arab and Berber warriors riding through plains of Telouet. It is truly inspiring and well worth a visit.
International Arts Festival, Asilah
If you are an art lover and enjoy shopping, you have to make a trip to Asilah during the month of August. Every year an arts festival is held here and a riot of color and music grace your senses.
Souks, all through Morocco
Where ever you are you should always take a turn towards the local souks and feast your eyes. There is so much on display here that you can literally spend hours just looking at it all. Prices are usually not too bad either.
Skiing season is between February and April and this wonderful, unassuming resort boasts a ski lift and terrain to suit all levels and styles. If you are fond of skiing you should definitely make a stop here.
Rock Carvings, near Ouka’meden
If ancient civilizations interest you, then no doubt you’d enjoy looking at these great pre-historic rock carvings of animals.
Trekking, the Atlas Mountains
Whether trekking appeals to you or not, a trek through the Atlas Mountains can leave you flabbergasted at the heavenly natural beauty of the area.
Camel Trekking, Zagora
Unless you already have an affinity for these animals, you probably shouldn’t try a camel trek that lasts longer than a day. While the experience can feel authentic and provide an interesting way to see the sights, it can also make you feel sore, tiered and nauseous. Despite these after effects, it is still well worth the effort.
Djemaa el Fna, Marrakesh
Go to this amazing city square festival to enjoy a conglomeration of acrobats, story tellers, musicians and snake charmers. Every night people of interest get together in the city square to entertain and delight (and of course, make some money).
Cascades d’Ouzoud, Middle Atlas
One of the most magnificent places of natural beauty in Morocco. Here is a place where you can simply sit back and relax. These waterfalls are still relatively un-commercialized and there are cafe’s where you can buy refreshments and camping grounds nearby.
Goats, Souss Valley – Agadir
If you want to see a truly unique and amazing sight, have a look at the goats of the Souss Valley. These goats naturally climb Argan trees in order to forage on the higher limbs. It is comical and astounding at the same time.