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Travel enthusiasts everywhere are rejoicing the reopening of borders worldwide, but that also brings with itself the dilemma of choosing a destination. If you’re looking for a place which is new, exciting, and full of culture, Morocco is a great place to buy tickets for.
The north African nation has finally resumed tourist and visitor visa operations in India, and has started accepting visa applications for all categories. All travellers need is a negative RT-PCR test and a health form.
If you are interested in exploring a world of wonders, here are some of the best places to visit in Morocco.
Looking to amble down the streets that could have a dream action hero hiding in any corner? This modern city could be the destination you’ve been looking for. With stunning architecture that is a mix of European art deco and traditional Moroccan, every street is worth exploring. Find excellent food, sights, and people in this friendly city.
Located at the foothills of the breathtaking Atlas mountains, Marrakesh is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. From the bustling souks and bazaars to the huge medina, the city is a pleasure to walk through. It is also one of the safest cities in the country to visit. There is a lot of culture hidden in the spice-scented alleyways!
Looking for a place that will help you slip into old books about culture? This is the seaside retreat that can help you recover from the stress of living through a global pandemic for the last two years. Stroll through the gorgeous lantern-lit walks and dine in quaint little cafes. You can also explore history and culture by visiting the ancient caves in the city.
4. Valley Of The Roses
Looking for something a little more offbeat than the popular tourist destinations? This place is perfect for adventure seekers and those who are looking to walk the path less travelled. The stunning valley amidst the towering Atlas mountains promises a beautiful emerald tree cover and views of the pristine blue lakes. Don’t forget your trekking boots!
If you’ve found your calling in adventure sports, Dakhla is a great place to visit to try something new. Known as the hub for kitesurfing, this sandy peninsula promises a world of fun and adrenaline to all junkies. A little off the beaten track, this destination is for those who are looking to reconnect with nature, in their own way.
Thought Jodhpur has the moniker of ‘The Blue City’ covered? Wait until you visit Chefchaouen, the quaint little town in Morocco with a sea of blue-hued buildings. A great place for solo travellers, this small town has a lot of trekking trails as well as the stunning waterfalls of Ras El Maa. You can have a drink with a view of the beautiful buildings, and steep in culture and heritage.
As the world opens up after years in lockdown, people are scrambling to reach all the popular places. However, the smart traveller knows that travelling to the most sought after places is not as important as finding the offbeat gems. Happy travelling, and make sure you pack your sunscreen!
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