Stunning interior gardens, courtyards, and delicious tajines, spanning from the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara.Magical Morocco: a beautiful blend of influences that make it the perfect stepping stone between the delights of Mediterranean Spain and Sub-Saharan Africa. Discover French influences in the vibrant cafe culture, delicious pastries, and coffee, but also most distinctly, its Middle-Eastern charm. Seen in the stunning desert landscapes, the stimulating souks, and impressive mosques.
Hands down, one of my favourite sites in Casablanca has to be the Hassan II Mosque. It’s breathtakingly beautiful and a place you have to see when in the city. If you’re looking for some local pottery or leather goods, pop over to the Quartier Habous where you’ll find lots of treasures to take back home. You’ll also find a good few spots in the old medina, too.
One of the best things about Fez is its thriving cultural scene; it’s filled with everything from artists galleries, history and amazing crafts. It’s a city you really shouldn’t miss. When you’re there, make sure to visit the medina, you’ll get to see lots of tanneries if you want.
Possibly one of my favourite places in Morocco, Aït Benhaddou is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that looks like it’s carved within the mountain itself. This small little village is known locally as an ighrem (something similar to a walled and protected village) that was once used as a stopping point for traders through the desert. Although very few people live here now, it’s still an incredibly beautiful village to see. Just make sure to arrive early to avoid the crowds (and that intense midday sun).
Marrakech needs little introduction. It’s probably the most well-known city in all of Morocco (at least, internationally). Make sure to explore the markets and souks to find some gorgeous leather goodies. See the beautiful Jardin Majorelle, visit Ben Youssef Madrasa, El Badi Palace and wander around Bahia Palace.
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Our trip to Morocco was a once in a lifetime experience thanks toFly bagna. We spent 2.5 weeks travelling throughout the country, and our driver/guide Ibrahim, as well as Arpit and the Fly bagna crew, made sure everything was just how we could have wanted it to be. Ibrahim took care of us as if we were a member of his own family, especially our two year old son - who to this day is talking about getting back "in the bus and going to Morocco".
One of our first trips since the pandemic and Arpitl made great arrangements for us. Our driver was friendly throughout the tour. Mohanned was guiding us through the medina in Fes and Hamdan had great insights in Marrakech. We had the entire place to ourselves in Skoura and a wonderful view from our terrace in Chefchaouen. We'll definitely go back again since we were limited on time. Glad to have had this experience and wish I had more time.