Hottest Travel Trends ‘Morocco’

By: Tully Luxury Travel
Trends • Morocco • Travel

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With so many exciting new trends consistently emerging in the travel industry, let us help you curate your bespoke experiences and “wow” moments for memories to last a lifetime. 

Top 5 reasons to visit Morocco: 

Wonderful Cuisine

Moroccan cuisine is renowned internationally for its outstanding flavour and originality.  Herbs and spices greet you at every corner as you wander through souks, and the smells are sure to get your mouth watering  

Getting Lost In The Medinas

The Medinas are the historic hearts of each city in Morocco: Here you’ll find twisting and turning streets where shops, restaurants, markets, and homes all line the  path. It’s a step back in time that is magnificent to say the least.  

 Sahara Desert

The vast Sahara Desert is the world’s largest hot desert.Explore the Sahara Desert via a 4×4 tour or a camel ride. The quad tours quickly take you over the sandy roads through the desert villages while the slower, more leisurely camel ride allows you to appreciate the details of the desert. Where else can you stay the night in a Berber tent in the Sahara Desert under more stars than you have ever seen before?  

 Jemma El Fnaa Square

The famous Jemaa El-Fnaa Square is truly the chaos and excitement that everyone describes: thousands of people at night eating, shopping, getting henna tattoos, listening to music and storytellers, and watching magicians (and snake charmers during the day). It’s one of the most hectic but fascinating people-watching places in the country. 

 Beaches

With a coastline that covers around 1,200 miles on the Mediterranean Sea as well as the Atlantic Ocean, Morocco has beaches for everyone – sun-lovers, surfers and nature-seekers. While Agadir and Casablanca are ideal for families looking for some quiet time with their loved ones, Essaouira and Sidi Kaouki are abuzz with water-sport enthusiasts. Plage-Blanche, a beach in the middle of an ecological park, is perfect for spotting some Moroccan wildlife and getting away from crowds. 

– The Tully Team

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