Bordered by 3500 kilometers of coastline and crossed by various mountain ranges, Morocco is characterized by an incredible diversity of cultures and landscapes. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, and playing the role of the gateway to North Africa, Morocco is cut by several chains of the Atlas Mountains and the only mountain range of the Rif in the north. These characteristics give Morocco an aerial footprint different from any other country on the African continent.
Morocco is fast becoming one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. From Casablanca to Rabat via the tip of the continent: Tangier, from the endless streets of Chefchaouen’s blue labyrinth, to Fez and even further south to the ever-expanding dunes of Erg Chebbi located in the Sahara Desert ; In Marrakech, through the relaxed coastal city of Essaouira, Morocco has an abundance of important natural and historical assets, as well as a rich and diversified cultural heritage.
Morocco’s attraction for international travelers
Society in Morocco is still imbued with its Muslim identity, but it tolerates various types of backgrounds, cultures and religions. It is thanks to the Berber and Jewish imprint strongly embedded in the history of the country that Moroccans could keep an open mind to other cultures (for example, Morocco is the only country in the Muslim world with a museum of Jewish heritage).
The hospitality in Morocco is legendary and the younger generation is more open than ever; Move a traditional mentality towards a more open, Western point of view while still holding dear to family, art, craft and religion.