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Cheap accommodation! But why should I go to Morocco?
Morocco is one of those beautiful and fascinating countries that should be on everyone’s bucket list! The whole country is full of culture, colour and beauty it’s a trip that will last with you for a lifetime. If you are thinking ‘what things are there to do in Morocco?’ then don’t worry you are not going to be disappointed, there are lots and one of the most popular trips has to be to the Sahara desert. If you are feeling energetic you can explore by foot, or for an adventure with a difference jump aboard a camel and explore the vast sandy orange dunes. If culture and sightseeing is your thing then taking a trip through as many towns and cities as you can is a must, the architecture on the buildings, from mosques, palaces and museums are all exquisite. If you are looking for a busy modern city then head towards Marrakesh or for a more laid back tourist city head towards the coast and visit Essaouira, where you can relax by the Atlantic sea. Another thing you will not be short on is food. The smell and taste of Moroccan food is divine, be prepared to eat lots of tagines along with mountains of couscous washed down with Morocco's traditional drink of sweet Mint Tea.
Morocco has over 5,000 hotels available, if you are on a budget not to worry there are many cheap but modern hotels available offering great value or if you are looking to indulge a little more then the high end boutique hotels will be perfect for you. Wherever you decide to stay you won’t be disappointed as hospitality is high within the industry and you will be well looked after. If you are looking for something a little different then a ‘Riad’ is a great place to stay, these are normally traditional Moroccan houses or palaces turned into hotels with a mix of traditional and modern decor. Many offer tranquil courtyards and pools where you can relax. There are some great hotel deals around, why not take a look at what’s on offer?
Taking a camel ride to explore the Sahara Desert is not only a very traditional means of sightseeing but also a unique experience that isn’t going to happen too often in our lives and is something to tell the grand kids. There are many tour operators offering camel excursions, be it for just a short journey of 1 hour or an excursion for a few days! If you choose the longer rides then you will get to visit some desert villages, dwellings and traditional hotels. One of the most popular camel rides has to be the evening journey, where you set off early evening, ride for about 1.5hrs, have some dinner around a campfire and enjoy the evening as the sun goes down, the desert falls silent and all you have above you is the beautiful star filled sky.
Moroccan markets are known as Souks. They play a huge part in Moroccan culture and can be found in almost every town and city. If you head down to the oldest part of the city and come across many stalls, shops and crowds of people gathered around then you have reached the Souk. Many larger towns hold soaks on a daily basis, selling everything you could need from fresh food to carpets. A trip to a souk is an experience in itself, in Marrakech you will find markets with lots of entertainment including dancing snakes, circus activities, music and singing. The pottery and wood craft is beautiful, if you’ve been inspired by the delicious Moroccan food then these are the places to pick up a tagine pot to take home.
Overall the temperatures in Morocco are very similar to those found in Southern Europe and the Med. If you are seeking the heat then the hottest temperatures are often experienced in July, the sunniest time of year is also in July. Compared to the Sea surrounding the British Isles the North Atlantic Ocean albeit never hot it is steady all year round and is ideal for scuba diving reaching a peak in July. The rainiest month tends to be in November and January is the coldest. To get a comprehensive look at the weather throughout Morocco feel free to visit http://www.holiday-weather.com
So where is Morocco?
Find out the exact location of Morocco on our map below. Zoom in and take a look around the country and start looking forward to cheap holidays that will open your eyes to a different way of life!
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