Must see points of attractions in Morocco Morocco is a destination that offers the tourists a splendid experience with varied landscapes and beautiful small towns, mountains and deserts, amazing medinas, a curious traditional life and thriving nightlife in the tour packages to Morocco.
It is a must visit place for any tourist where the old city can be entered through the Djemaa el-fna Square where the whole city gathers around and enjoy the evening with the friends and families being the spectators for the snake charmers, acrobats, traditional musicians,story-tellers, magicians, and peddlers of traditional medicines. It is evident that even a person who likes isolation becomes an extroverted traveller when he indulges in this blusterous market. We can purchase crushed spices , moroccan slippers, woven carpets and rugs, etc...
Hassan II Mosque
Serving as the Landmark for Casablanca , this mosque is a luxurious symbol for the whole of Morocco. It took 10,000 artisans to work on the details upon the building that was completed with the construction in the year 1993. It holds the Moroccan architecture and also the islamic influence in the building with a tinch of the contemporary work.
Chefchaouen is a quaint town with white washed walls, shades of blue decorating the walls and the peeps of brown on the roofs and doors. It is a peaceful and calm place in the outskirts of the city providing a blissful time for the couples and tourists. We can find the authentic handiworks of the local people here like the woollen rugs and woven blankets. The goat cheese from this region is famous for its nativity that is enjoyed by many tourists.
Todra Gorge is a located in the east side of the High Atlas Mountains. The Todra river and the Dades river have formed huge canyons on both the sides with smoothened texture. The final Todra Gorge of 600 metres forms a very narrow path to a very flat stony track as crooked as a 10 meter wide that is slick which 150 meters tall on both the sides.
The Dunes of Erg Chebbi is situated in the Sahara Desert. The Dunes are 150 meters tall with smooth orange sand. Camel trekking and desert safaris are widely popular in this place where the shadows are the only thing we can spot all our way.
Fes is a medieval city with a population of 150,000 civilians. It is a city that is frozen in time taking us into the Aladdin days. This serves as the cultural centre of Morocco and provide a spectacular view to the tourists during the sunset. The Chouara Tannery is the place from 11th century where the hides of the cattles are preserved and dyed before the making of handbags, shoes and wallets. Fes is a food paradise offering Moroccan cuisines, mint tea and hookahs.