I’ve heard great effects about Morocco and since I like to travel to different countries I decided to visit this North African country and I wasn’t dissatisfied.
The country offers great natural decor similar as the Atlas Mountains, green win oasis, high ravines and of course the Sahara desert. The history of the metropolises is also inconceivable from the littoral city of Essaouira to the jackass alley wide thoroughfares of Fes.
We’ve book our stint with a company called Your luxury morocco tours. They arranged everything from us. They picked us up at the field in Casablanca, where we stayed our first night. Casablanca is another big megacity and has not important to see, except the spectacular synagogue of Hassan II that’s open tonon-Muslims.
Coming day we travelled to Rabat, Roman remains of Volubis, visited Meknes and also ended our day in Fes.
The old medina in Fes is a place like no other. It’s a veritably old megacity, where time stopped and nothing has changed since the 12th century, except people now have electricity and satellite dishes. Else, it looks like it didn’t change since centuries agone. It’s a veritably authentic megacity that has a numerous artistic, literal and religious sights.
After Fes we drove a long drive to Merzouga to witness the Sahara desert. I’ll noway forget our night in the desert by Erg Chebbi. The two- hour lift on the camels wasn’t what I anticipated, but we made it to our camp by the beach stacks of Erg Chebbi. The sky was covered by millions of star; our original attendants were playing on cans and subscribing their Berber music by a fire. They also show us how beach chuck is made in the fire. It was an amazing night that I’ll noway forget.
Next two days were filled up by stirring decor. We visited the loftiest win oasis in Morocco, the Todra Gorge. The night we spent in the Dades couloir lined by steep twisted road that winds around red gemstone. We saw several Kasbah on the route similar as the Ait Ben Haddou that was relatively emotional too. We cross through the Atlas Mountains that were veritably high via the Tizi Tichka Pass. The views of the Berber townlets were relatively unique and surprising how people in this century still live.
Marrakech didn’t give an print as being so old as Fes. We’ve seen numerous beautiful auditoriums and other literal sights. The Koutoubia synagogue is and its minaret are known from numerous pictures as the sight of Marrakech. I mustn’t forget the crazy forecourt of Djema El Fna that fills by numerous jugglers, belly hop, and vocalizers and also booths of food. It was delightful to get lost in the souks in Marrakech. It’s inconceivable what you can buy there. The bad thing was that some of the shopkeepers were way to pushy.