- Explore the historic medina of Marrakech and its maze of alleyways filled with shops, mosques, and palaces. Take a walking tour to discover hidden gems tucked away in the souks, or ride a camel in Jemaa el Fna Square.
Take a trip to Essaouira, an ancient walled port city on the Atlantic Coast, known for its cobblestone streets, lively markets, and beautiful beaches. Taste freshly caught seafood at one of the beachfront restaurants, or explore nearby ruins such as Sidi Kaouki Mosque.
- Climb to Tizi n’Test Pass connecting Marrakech with Taroudant and enjoy breathtaking views of the High Atlas Mountains. Stop off at Aït Benhaddou, a historic fortified village and a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Discover the ancient city of Fes, one of the most religious cities in Morocco and home to the oldest university in the world. Wander through its medina and browse for souvenirs at the traditional tanneries or explore nearby archaeological sites such as Volubilis.
- Visit Chefchaouen, an all-blue mountain town often called “the Blue Pearl.” Take a guided tour to discover hidden alleys decorated with vibrant bougainvilleas, or visit nearby holy sites like the Grand Mosque or Plaza Uta el-Hammam.
- Join a sightseeing tour in Casablanca to admire the impressive Hassan II Mosque, stroll through the modern marina district, and sample local delicacies in one of its many restaurants.
- Check beforehand while visiting some destinations, such as the Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakech and Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca as they require a permit or guided tour to enter. Most mosques in Morocco will be off-limits to non-Muslims.
- Take public transportation in Morocco as they are quite reliable. Buses and taxis are readily available, but always negotiate taxi fares in advance. Car rental is also an option, but be mindful of Morocco's traffic rules.
- Carry Moroccan Dirham (MAD) during your travel, as card transaction service is not widely available.
- Since Islam is the official religion of Morocco, Fridays are considered holy. As a result, many attractions, stores, and eateries are closed on Fridays.