What is Morocco Famous/Known For?
The North African country also referred to as “gateway to Africa,” is known for its extreme diversity. Morocco is also famous for its warm hospitality, ancient cities, tasty dishes, sweeping deserts, beautiful landscape, and creative handmade items. One of the major reasons why people visit Morocco is to experience the Sahara desert. It covers a large area of Northern Africa, and it’s the third largest desert in the world and the largest desert in Africa. The Sahara is endowed with both cultural and natural wonders. You will enjoy the camel treks and hiking, explore the oases, sand dunes, mountains, dry valleys, rivers, among others. You can also engage in viewing exotic plants and wildlife while learning about the cultures of the inhabitants of the Sahara. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Hassan Ii Mosque
Hassan II Mosque is located in Casablanca, Morocco. It’s the most beautiful and largest mosque in the country and the second largest mosque in Africa. The place of worship has the tallest minaret in the world at 210 meters (689 Ft), along with two laser lines of lights pointing towards Mecca. The most appealing thing about this mosque is the location on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Non-Muslims are allowed to take guided tours around the mosque at specific times. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The beautiful Majorelle Garden is a great art work that features a combination of both exotic plants and oriental colors. It’s located in the middle of Marrakech, Morocco. It is one of the most popular entertainment places in Morocco, and you should visit it as it would be an amazing experience in the middle of dessert. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The Mint tea is a popular tea that is served in every home in Morocco. This delicious and refreshing beverage is made with green tea and can be made sweeter with lots of sugar. It can be taken at any time of the day. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This is a traditional house in Morocco. Its design is focused inwardly with a courtyard or interior garden centrally placed. You should spend a day there during your visit to Morocco, as it is a traditional house that will make you feel like a local. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
It can be very tempting for the female folks when walking in the medina because of the beautiful handcrafted items that are sold there. From the glittering jewelry pieces, spicy foods to the colorful leather bags and babush slippers- so much to choose from. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
El Bahia Palace
Whenever you find yourself in Marrakesh, the El Bahia Palace is a place you may want to visit and explore. It offers fascinatingly green gardens, and the beauty of its architectural elements is astoundingly breathtaking. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Todgha Gorge is known for its magnificent colors and geographical formations. Several eye-catching orange rocks surround it. For those who would rather not climb the rocks, you can check out the small market there where you can get beautiful carpets and other handmade goods from the local people. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The exquisite Moroccan pottery, popularly known as Tajine can be used both for cooking and serving. The Moroccans are proud of their art of pottery because it has existed for over 1,000 years. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Different gorgeous styles of carpets are produced from several parts of Morocco which are sold within and outside the country. Moroccan carpets are loved all over the world, helping the nation to secure good foreign exchange.