Arabic culture and city architecture, breath-taking views of the nature, amazing tourist attractions: from history lovers through lazy tourists to those who lack adrenaline. Morocco is perfect for anyone who wants to feel the real orient taste, but also take some rest. Here’s three places that you can’t miss when you plan a Morroco private tours.
Great Communications infrastructure, more than 300 sunny days per year and 10 kilometers of beaches make Agadir the most popular tourist resort in Morocco. When you’re here, you must pay a visit to the port, perpetually full of life and boats. The best view of the bay, port and the New Town is seen from the medina renovated after the earthquake. The more active tourists should check out one of the numerous golf classes as well as water sports such as water skiing or windsurfing. The day in Agadir can be ended well with a casino or club visit.
Marrakech offers tourists the opportunity to literally “sink in” the Moroccan culture. The city awes with medina full of curvy, narrow alleys and the Arabic architecture, numerous, colorful souks and enormous, 16-kilometer red brick wall. The alleys of Marrakech are full of life and there you can encounter snake charmer performances, troubadours with their stories and remarkable stands with local food. Among other attractions in Marrakech there is also Koutoubia mosque and Dar Si Said museum. For tourists looking for relaxation there is a horse excursions to Menara lake, Ourika river valley in Atlas mountains or Beni Mellal waterfalls.
Atlas mountains are the highest mountain range in Africa, on top of that they are on the territory of three countries: North Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. Middle Atlas range can be toured by foot, with a mountain bicycle or horseback. That part of the Atlas mountains is also famous for wonderful places for forest walks, Tazekka park with breath-taking waterfalls and caves as well as Ifrane National Park called “the park of lakes”. South from that place is the High Atlas range and Toubkal National Park, where the main attraction is the highest peak in north Africa – Jbel Toubkal (4167m asl). Amonth the active attractions of that part of the mountain range the interesting are climbing or water sports such as rafting and kayaking. Those of the tourists with no need for adrenaline can calmly watch waterfalls, canyons and other nature’s wonders.