These 15 photographs will give you a taste of what you may anticipate when you visit Morocco. It has a rich culture and is without a doubt one of my favourite countries I’ve ever visited. Morocco’s vast spectrum of experiences, from the busy districts of Marrakech to the endless plains of the Sahara Desert, make the country appealing.
The deep traditions and history embedded in what you see today are wonderful from a cultural standpoint. The scenery of the streets is always changing, with new vendors and street carts heaped high with fresh produce speeding by you. To say the least, it’s a sensory overdose. Last year, I spent three weeks travelling around the world. I returned home with not only Moroccan rugs and blankets as keepsakes, but also a fresh outlook on travel.
Morocco might be best described as slow. Most people underestimate how long it will take to get from one place to another in Morocco. Travel is an important part of the experience, whether it’s the long drive to the Sahara or the popular overnight train from Marrakech to Tangier. Morocco is an excellent site to begin a road trip for people who enjoy it.
If you’re thinking about visiting Morocco, I hope these photographs may spark your interest. If you haven’t already, I hope these photographs inspire you to add Morocco to your travel plans.