Geographically and visually, Morocco is at the top of Africa’s list of the most preferred places to travel to. A beautiful coast dots the region’s one side, while a sprawling desert offers solemnness and the promise of adventure on the other end. The mountains add a sense of might to the Moroccan landscape. The High Atlas Mountains are a majestic sight for its 13,000-feet high snow-covered peaks, where the regular snowfall encourages winter sports. You will also find a charming mix of traditional and rural life here. And the best way to experience Morocco's culture is to stay in one of its "riads".
Arabic and Berber are the country’s official languages. The country’s diverse cuisine includes spices, red meat, vegetables, poultry and bakery products. A large part of the country shares its coast with the Atlantic Ocean, a huge area lined by mountains. The climate has a moreover humid Mediterranean feel with the summers being long.
Morocco’s history can be traced back to almost 90,000 BC. Various civilizations flourished and declined during these years. It started with the Roman Empire in the 1st century BC, lasting until 5th century AD.It was followed by the rise of the Byzantine Empire. The Islamic era set in somewhere around 670 AD. The Berber dynasties flourished from the 11th century. After many dynasties conquered and faded over the course of centuries, France and Spain fought over colonising the region. There was much turbulence and strife that hit the country, matters that continue to affect it even today. The country is ruled by a Moroccan king, armed with major powers.
Almost 99% of the total population are Muslims, while the others follow Judaism and Christianity.
Geographically and visually, Morocco is at the top of Africa’s list of the most preferred places to travel to. A beautiful coast dots the region’s one side, while a sprawling desert off...