This was my first trip to Morocco or anywhere in Africa for that matter. I didn’t really know what to expect but I wasn’t disappointed! I had picked February as the temperature seemed bearable and it was even quite cool on a few of the days which is fine with me. The first thing you notice about Morocco is the diversity. There is a stark contrast between the old and the new, the traditional and modern co-existing side by side. You would see brand new range rovers parked next to a donkey and cart and friends together dressed in traditional religious clothing with others in jeans and t-shirts. Considering it’s location it’s not really surprising it is influenced by the Middle East, Africa and Europe. The landscape is just as diverse with miles of arid deserts broken with lush green oases and the snow topped Atlas Mountains leading to the greener coastal regions. Whatever you’re interested in Morocco will have something for you.
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