Activities You Must Do in Morocco

Even the mere mention of Morocco conjures up thoughts of the extraordinary. Vibrant colors, beautiful melodies, rich fragrances, and age-old traditions, abound in this country. When you combine stunning mountain sceneries, dry desert, and long stretches of shoreline. It’s evident that Morocco has something for everybody. The kingdom is filled with adventures. Story Rabat Hotel, the best accommodation in Rabat, Morocco recommends some of the best things to do in Morocco.

Skiing at the highest ski resort in North Africa. 

The ski resort of Oukaimeden is located between 2,600 and 3,200 meters above sea level, near North Africa’s tallest mountain. The majestic Jbel Toubkal in the gorgeous High Atlas Mountains. Skiing in Oukaimeden promises to be exciting, with slopes suitable for everyone from beginners to professional thrill-seekers. Two ski lifts, and excellent infrastructure. It will be great to head straight to this place after your relaxing stay in Story Rabat. The best spa hotel in Rabat.  

In the desert, set up a Berber-style camp.

Adventures in the Sahara don’t need to revolve around high-energy activities only. It’s lovely to lay under the stars in a traditional Berber tent surrounded by a sea of sand. Camping can be as rugged or as lavish as needed, making it perfect for friends, families, couples, and solo travelers. For a night or two, live like a true nomad to discover more about the native customs while creating memorable experiences in one of the best places to stay in Morocco.

Travel through the desert on a camel.

Get into the saddle of a sturdy camel for a desert exploration full of wonders and get a glimpse into the world of a Moroccan nomad from the past. For an adventure in one of the world’s largest desert areas, the majestic Sahara Desert, feast your eyes on natural marvels and cross rough terrain.

In a hot air balloon, fly above the Ourika Valley.

The Ourika Valley, nestled in Morocco’s mountains, is a lovely location. While hiking to Setti Fatma’s waterfall is a lot of fun, a hot air balloon flight allows you to rest while admiring the region’s beautiful scenery. As you stare down on the breathtaking landscapes spread like a blanket of vegetation beneath you, hear the sounds of the burners and the whoosh of hot air. 

Adore Ait Ben Haddou, a historic fortified city.

The fortified town of Ait Ben Haddou is a striking example of a historically built clay ksar. For a number of films, the Berber settlement, which is situated on the outskirts of the Sahara Desert, has been utilized as a film location. As you pass past the high gates and climb up through the hilly town, you will be transported to another world. Livestock and people selling traditional crafts can be found on the lower levels. 

Visit the picturesque city of Chefchaouen

Located in the green mountains of the Rif, Chefchaouen is a beautiful sight in blue. The overall effect is undeniably gorgeous, even though there are a variety of stories about why residents decided to paint the city’s walls blue. You’ll pass through cramped alleys and walk up and downstairs, as you walk around through the historic medina to enjoy the scenery. 

The Djemma el Fna in Marrakech is alive with activity.

The principal square of Marrakech’s historic imperial capital is Djemma el Fna. It’s bustling throughout the day, with a wide variety of market stalls, orange juice vendors, food vendors, snake charmers, and dancing monkeys, but it picks up even more excitement after sunset. Among the mesmerizing displays vying for your attention are henna tattoo artists, musicians, dancers, magicians, jugglers, fortune tellers, and beverage vendors. 

At Terres d’Amanar, zipline through the Atlas Mountains.

The Atlas Mountains’ Terres d’Amanar is an amazing adventure park. The long and rapid zipline that buzzes over a steep valley is a marvel that is easily accessible from Marrakech.  Mountain biking, a treetop rope course, climbing, horseback riding, suspension bridges, and other activities are available to guests. You’ll find what you’re looking for at Terres d’Amanar, whether you’re looking for a little or a lot of adventure.

Shop at the bustling souks of the country.

A lot of tourists put at the top of their list exploring the various souks because Morocco is famous for its incredible shopping options. Marrakech and Fez’s souks are particularly hectic, with a wide range of things to pick from. Get out of your room from the best hotels in Morocco and buy a variety of handicrafts, souvenirs, and other products after a long bargaining session. Morocco’s souks provide a fascinating experience even if you don’t intend to purchase anything.

In Fez, pay a visit to the leather tanneries.

Some of the world’s largest and oldest leather tanneries may be found in Fez. Animal skins are prepared by men so that they can be dyed and used to make leather goods. Head up to one of the roof terraces to view the swarm of activities around the multi-colored vats and take a bunch of mints to fight the overwhelming odors. Animal skins are prepared by workers so that they can be dyed and used to make leather goods. Head up to one of the roof terraces to view the swarm of activities around the multi-colored vats and take a bunch of mints to fight the overwhelming odors.

Relax in a Moroccan hammam.

After a few hectic days of travel and activities, a Moroccan hammam, a kind of steam chamber, might well be an excellent way to unwind, soothe sore muscles, and feel totally cleansed. Visiting a local hammam provides a more genuine Moroccan experience, even though many hotels in Morocco have onsite hammams. Guests can pay to have their bodies scrubbed till they glow, in addition to basking in the heat.

These are just some of the recommendations we have for you to have an exciting stay in Morocco. For more recommendations on activities to do, places to go to, the best hotels where you can stay, and even where to book a wedding hotel in Rabat, read the rest of our blogs.

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