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The Ultimate List of Morocco Experiences

What if I told you that in one blog post you could find dozens of the best blog posts on the internet to help your trip to visit Morocco?

You’ve found that place!

I have searched high and low to find as many valuable blog posts about Morocco as possible and add them all here. Of course you can always search my archives to find posts about Morocco (and I’ve mixed them into this post as well) but it’s always good to have as many opinions as possible. I’m certain you’ll find plenty of what you’re looking for here – and if there’s something missing, let me know.

Northern Morocco Travel Resources

Morocco varies greatly region by region. What you experience in one part of the country may be completely different from another destination only 100 kilometers away. In the north there is a greater Spanish influence felt. The city of Tangier, once an international zone, is unlike any other city in Morocco thanks to its historical situation. Wander east and you’ll stumble on Ceuta and Melilla, two cities that sit in Africa but belong to Spain.

Travel Advice: Morocco's Coasts

Sunsets over the ocean. Bright blue fishing boats bobbing in the water. Long days spent lounging on the sands. It sounds like a tropical paradise and you can experience this on Morocco’s 500+ kilometers of Atlantic coastline. Time to get inspired.

Bloggers Best Posts about Marrakech Morocco

TripAdvisor named Marrakech as the world’s best travel destination for 2015 and it’s no surprise considering how many travelers are visiting. While preparing for your trip to the Red City do some background reading with some of these articles. When planning to visit Morocco you can’t leave Marrakech off the list.

Visiting Southern Morocco and the Sahara

For many people thoughts of Morocco immediately conjure up the sandy dunes of the Sahara. There’s a lot more to this diverse country but if you want to get your desert fill, enjoy the ride explore other southern Morocco destinations. Then cross your fingers for a pleasant camel ride!

Best Travel Advice for Visitors to Morocco

There you have it!

Over 100 posts written by those who’ve been here!!!

I know there are even more great posts, so if you have one leave it in the comments so I can add them to the post.

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Peter

Thursday 12th of December 2019

Thanks for sharing such a good list of Morocco experiences. It was inspiration for our own trip to Morocco this year :-)

Albert Brown

Saturday 7th of September 2019

The image of the desert is indeed fascinating. I enjoyed seeing it and dreaming about visiting this place one day. Brilliant!

yasser

Monday 25th of February 2019

This is a great list for the visitors who would like to know more about beautiful Morocco .thanks Amanda for your experiences in morocco

Mark Towle

Saturday 3rd of November 2018

Thank you so much for sharing a great list of Morocco.

Authentic Sahara Marrakech Tours

Saturday 11th of November 2017

First of all, thank you for the efforts and the great articles about Morocco. You are doing great job. Had something to add about safety in Marrakech: We live in Marrakech and get reports from travellers and their experiences when surfing the medina or at least some districts. In general both genders are offered things for sale in shops or invited for cups of tea, some have reported their credit cards were charged twice either accidentally or meant by the merchant but managed to get their money back. Some have have reported being approached by young guys to invite them out. In terms of crimes few case reported their camera was stolen or purse but not really bad to make the travellers worry that much as long as they are vigilants.