Morocco Travel Guide 

  • Morocco: A Treasure Hunt for Senses

    Morocco is a captivating mixture of culture, history, and warm hospitality. Immerse your senses by wandering through bustling souks brimming with spices, textiles, and local craftsmanship. Grab a bite to eat before testing your bargaining skills in the hunt for your next treasure or gift, and make sure to leave a little room in your luggage for all your souk-venirs!

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  • Cities to visit in Morocco

    Morocco has numerous cities worth exploring, each with its own unique charm. Marrakesh, the "Red City," enchants with its bustling markets and historic sites. Fes, with its UNESCO-listed medieval medina, offers a glimpse into Morocco's past. The "Blue Pearl" of Chefchaouen boasts stunning, blue-painted streets and a tranquil atmosphere. At the crossroads of continents, Tangier combines history with coastal beauty. Finally, Casablanca, the economic hub, showcases modern Morocco alongside its rich cultural heritage.

  • Seaside resorts and beaches

    Morocco's coastal destinations have sublime beaches to suit all tastes. Agadir Beach, with its golden sands and temperate climate, is a popular destination for sunseekers. Nearby, Taghazout attracts surfers from around the world, offering world-class waves and a laid-back atmosphere. The harbor city of Essaouira, a coastal gem, boasts a unique blend of history, culture, and wind-swept beaches, making it a haven for windsurfing and relaxation.

  • The Atlas

    Explore the Atlas Mountains, a haven for adventure and nature lovers. Hike North Africa's highest peak, Mount Toubkal, and enjoy rugged terrain and breathtaking views. Discover M'goun Mountain's "Valley of Roses" with terraced fields and the annual Rose Festival. Experience a lush oasis in the Ourika Valley with greenery, waterfalls, and traditional Berber villages, away from city life. Snowboard and sandboard within hours in this unique destination.

  • Culture

    Moroccan culture embodies a unique blend, inviting travellers to immerse themselves in its diversity. The Berbers contribute significantly to the nation's cultural mesh, preserving ancient traditions and languages. The heart of Moroccan life pulses through the bustling souks and markets, where the air is filled with the enticing scents of spices, and artisans showcase their intricate crafts. Labyrinthine medinas and vibrant bazaars narrate centuries of history.

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Important Information

  • Airport in Morocco serviced by Air Transat


    The Moroccan dirham.

    Official Language

    The official language of Morocco is arabic but french is also spoken and understood.

  • Entry/exit requirements

    For more information about passport and visa requirements, visit the  Government of Canada travel website.


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