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Here is everything you cannot miss out on while touring Morocco

If there is one country you absolutely need to visit on your next holiday, it is Morocco.

When in the African continent, it will be a shame if you won’t be able to visit the country of Morocco. From desert suns to snow capped mountains, the country has it all and more. You can easily visit it during your cold months to enjoy the warmth of the sun there. You will be able to experience their culture, the exotic food and the spellbinding natural sights. So if you are planning to visit this country any time soon, we have curated a list of all the things you absolutely cannot miss out on seeing while there. Read on to know more…

Be in awe of the Blue Alleys of Chefchaouen

One of the most iconic things to do while in Morocco is to see the beautiful Blue Alleys of Chefchaouen. Almost every tourist goes there to take pictures and just experience the magical beauty. The entire village has lanes and walls made with blue tones. While there is nothing much else to do in this village, you can just take a few hours to walk around and be lost in all the beauty.

See the Saharan Dune

Another thing you cannot miss out on while in Morocco is climbing up Saharan Dunes. In fact watching the sunset while atop a sand dune is the most exquisite thing you will ever witness. The changing sky colour and the cooling down of the desert is an experience that cannot be described and has to be witnessed! The best part is you can even camp for the night here!

Take a street food tour

No matter where in Morocco you go, it is impossible to miss out on their famous local cuisine. It is extremely delectable, to say the least. Their food has a lot of influence from several countries and it is not only exotic but unique to taste. We would not recommend you to skip the local cuisine while you are travelling through Morocco!

Shop your heart out in Marrakech

When in a foreign country, you cannot help but shop for all the amazing souvenirs. So make sure to visit Marrakech and the famous local Moroccan items while you are there!

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