Morocco is situated in the far northwestern corner of Africa. The country is bordered by Algeria and Maurtania to the east and south. The country’s geography is very diverse with the mountain ranges, the wide atlantic coast, lush valleys, and the expanse of the Sahara Desert. The mountain ranges are teh Middle Atlas, High Atlas and the Rif Mountains. The Moroccoan coastline
includes both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic and offers plenty of beaches, surfing and wind-kite surfing. In the southeastern, the mountain ranges yield to the expanse of the Sahara Desert.
Exploring Morocco, means visiting the populat tourist destination of Marrakech with its popular famous market square Djemaa El Fna an exciting and interesting site for street entertainment. Without the Djemaa El Fna, Marrakech would be just another Moroccan city. Fes, the most ancient and cultural heartbeat of Morocco. A trip to Fes is not undone without visiting the Medina of Fes, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visiting the ancient roman ruins of Volubilis, near Fes and Meknes. raveling south to the “door of the desert” to the city of Ouarzazate (pronounced Warzazat) and Zagora to go on a camel trek to watch the sun set over an ocean of sand.
Visiting Morocco means walking through the corridors of the souks and visiting a country where ancient meets traditional and into modern.