The kingdom of morocco is one of the most beautiful destinations for visitors from all over the world.
This country is located in the north of Africa, with a population of Forty-six million, is divided between Arabs and Berbers.
Morocco’s current royal family, the Alaouites, dates from the 17th century. Sultan Mohammed V, the current monarch’s grandfather, organized Morocco as a constitutional monarchy and assumed the title of King in 1957. Mohamed VI has been King of Morocco since July 30, 1999.
The majority of people are Muslims with a minority of Jewish lives in harmony and peace.
What makes Morocco Attractive?
1 – Cultural diversity
For a long time, Morocco possesses a diverse history that witnessed a long succession of different ruling people such as the Romans, French, Spanish, Arabs, and Berber.
This diversity is reflected through many aspects of Moroccan life like languages, food, and clothes.
In general, Morocco can be divided into two main cultures, Berber and Arabs, each one has its own charm, and these two cultures blended together, which made the Moroccan cultures very rich and interesting for history researchers.
2 – People
During your stay in Morocco you will find out that the Moroccan people are very friendly in general, also you will have no problem in communication with the theme as you always will find someone to talk with, especially in the old city of Marrakesh and Fes as there people speaks more than two languages.
3 – Food
If you are in Morocco, you will fall in love with the Moroccan kitchen.
Moroccan kitchen is very rich with the most delicious dishes, as is influenced by different cultures,
It is typically a mix of Mediterranean, Arabic, Berber, and Andalusian kitchens. With a tiny sub-Saharan influence. When we talk about the food in Morocco, we must mention two main dishes, the Tajine and the Couscous which are the first choice not only for tourists but also for the locals.
4-geography and climate
In the north, you will find the Mediterranean sea and Atlantic ocean. Morocco has a landmass of 710.850 km², a vast coastline of 3500 km, which encompasses the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic ocean.
In the south a large Sahara with large mountainous areas in the interior body.
Weather patterns can vary immensely in specific regions.
Snow-peaked mountain chains in the winter, hot expanses of desert, the coastal plains to the north are characterized by the Mediterranean climate.