8 Tourist Attractions in Morocco

1.Marrakesh Medina-The old city is entered from the vast plaza of Djemma el-fna Square where, it seems, half the city converges throughout the day and into the evening to hang out.

2.Chefchaouen-Sitting snug amid the lush Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is a labyrinth hill town of blue-on-blue buildings that has an incredibly photogenic glow.

3.Erg Chebbi's Dunes-This is prime territory for dune-surfing, four-wheel-drive dune-bashing, and sunrise and sunset camel trekking, usually combined with an overnight stay in a tented desert camp.

4.Fes el Bali-Compared to its sister Imperial City to the south, Fes is much less gentrified. The medina here is a maze of skinny, back alleyways where it's near impossible to not get lost.

5.Ait Ben Haddou-You can even sleep within the ksar if you want the full Ait Haddou experience,those who like their creature comforts should be aware that there's no electricity within the mudbrick.

6.Essaouira-Morocco's most charming seaside town is laid-back Essaouira, which became one of the country's major hippie hangouts during the 1970s. Today a hint of this bohemian past hangs on.

7.Volubilis-This rambling site is packed full of tumbled columns and temple remnants, standing as reminders that even the greatest empires eventually crumble. The major highlight here.

8.Dades Valley-With the snowcapped peaks of the High Atlas in the distance, the slow-paced rural life here is the perfect antidote for those who have been getting frazzled nerves amid the souqs.