Why you should travel to Morocco?
Not only do they have a rich culture, but Morocco's history includes strong Berber tribes kingdoms, the Tunisian-born Arab warrior known as Muhammad al-Idrisi, who was instrumental in developing one of the earliest world maps in 1154, France capturing the country in 1912 to be a French protectorate until the end of World War II. For travelers interested in natural beauty, Morocco has protected areas where you can find diverse ecosystems including mountains and deserts.
And because Moroccan food is delicious! You'll find delicious couscous and tagine, as well as barbecued lamb, pastries, and other goodies.
Where and when to travel to Morocco
Food and Beverages in Morocco
You can enjoy a wide array of tagines in Morocco -the dish comes in many varieties. Chicken, lamb, and beef are common meats for this dish, which often include fruit and spices like cinnamon, ginger, saffron, or cumin. Seafood tagines are also popular to eat with couscous. In the summer, you might want to explore Moroccan salads and other cold dishes that are popular in the region.
Activities in Morocco
Explore Morocco's Ancient Capital of Fez
It is one of Morocco's largest cities. It was founded in 789 by Idris I, who became the first Arab ruler of what would become Morocco today. The city's social history includes a succession of warriors, dynasties, and civilizations.
If you're traveling to Fez, you should explore its impressive architecture with alleys full of minarets, palaces, mosques, and synagogues decorated with lavish designs. The most famous mosque inside the walls is the Karaouine Mosque, which is also considered the oldest university in the world.
Interesting facts about Morocco
Morocco has three official languages -Arabic, Berber dialects, and French. However, the official language of government, business, and education remains Arabic. It also (of course) has its own currency.
Morocco is an October-November country that has warm weather from October through May. Some of the traditional festivals in Morocco include festivals for Sufi Mystics, Dates, The Prophet Muhammad's Birthday, Bridge Building, and Declarations of Love.