1- Riads are magnificent absolutes
A riad is a traditional Moroccan house or a palace with an interior garden or courtyard. They are normally with two or more floors around an Andalusian-style courtyard that contained a fountain. Riads were the majestic city houses of the wealthiest citizens such as merchants and courtiers, so basically you can live like kings.
2- You will take fabulous photos
With beautiful scenery like this, why are your photos not so magical? The street is Chefchaouen and located in the heart of the Rif Mountains in Morocco. Chefchaouen is relaxed with very chic accommodations, and above all, quite spectacular.
3- You will be able to explore the Sahara
The desert of the Moroccan Sahara is a magical place to spend a few nights. You can go on a camel trek and camping in traditional Berber tents while spending the night around a campfire under a sea of stars.
4- You can try the hammam
The hammam is a type of public bath associated with the culture of the Ottoman Empire and more broadly the Islamic world. Hammams, especially in Morocco, have evolved from their Roman roots to fit the needs of ritual cleansing according to Islam.
5- You go hiking and climbing
If you like climbing or hiking, then Morocco is your destination. Many mountaineers aim to reach the highest peak of North Africa, Jebel Toubkal. The mountains of Anti Atlas, less crowded, also offer many opportunities for trekking.
6- Surfing is also another entertainment that will be offered to you
Morocco has long attracted surfers to its Atlantic circuit breakers. A popular surf period is during the winter months when swells are always good and the water and air temperatures are still quite mild.
7- You can go skiing
Morocco is apparently home to Africa’s highest ski resort and other snowy experiences.