From the hustle and bustle the ride city of Marrakech and culture city of Fes to the photogenic Chefchaouen and also the sand dunes of the Morocco Sahara Desert, Morocco has a fantastic blend of geography, climate and culture. Each region has its own unique activities for travelers to decide on from, further as specific weather patterns that need attention

Morocco has a lot of activities and attractions for travelers of all ages and interests. With such a diverse landscape – from plains to mountains to coasts and deserts – Morocco is a great place for adventure and relaxation. Check out our list of favorite things to do below.

Hiking in the Atlas Mountains

If you’re looking for action and enjoy hiking (whether easy, moderate or demanding, and short/long duration), the High Atlas Mountains await. Of course, you can always choose to climb Toubkal, the highest peak in the High Atlas Mountains. Staying overnight in riads, gîtes, tents are all options, just like staying in a Berber home.

surfing on the Atlantic Coast of Morocco

Morocco has been named one of the best destinations in the world for kitesurfing. The wind conditions of the Atlantic Ocean, warm summer waters, abundant sunshine year-round and the Moroccan charm of the towns and villages along the Atlantic coast make it a great destination for kitesurfing. Agadir, Essaouira, Azimour (south of Casablanca) offer excellent kitesurfing conditions as well as shore facilities. Sidi Kaouki (south of Essaouira) is one of the most charming and relaxing places with excellent conditions all year round.

Air Ballooning

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This activity needs to start early in the morning when the air is cool and clear. For example, soar over the lands and villages of the Marrakech Plain and the Jbilet Mountains for expansive panoramic views. Travel peacefully in the tranquility of a balloon basket, under the command of a professional pilot, and gain a new modality perspective from the scenery and activities below.

Mountain Biking

This activity can be done almost anywhere in Morocco, from excursions requiring only light effort (such as on a route through the glorious Marrakech plains) to moderately demanding trips in the foothills of the High Atlas (such as in the forested areas around Amizmiz) to demanding multi-day trails in the higher valleys of the High Atlas Mountains.

ATVs & Quad Bikes 


The Sahara Desert is a great place to enjoy these activities. With acres of space and winds that quickly cover any track, it’s an exhilarating way to experience the desert and its dunes.

Camel Ride in the Sahara Desert

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For a more tranquil experience in a desert setting, a camel trek offers just that. Camel treks can last for a short period of time, it can be used as a way to climb high dunes to watch the sunset (or actually the sunrise) and/or can take a day or two (or more) if you really want to be Surrounded by your desert experience and traditional way of life.

Visit A Traditional  Hammam

A hammam is a traditional cleansing steam “bath” that is typical of many rural homes and continues to this day. However, many modern upscale versions are available as luxury saunas with many optional extras such as a variety of massages (from head and neck to full body) and aroma and herbal therapies. Pampering in this way may be for gentle relaxation, or it may be a reward after a few days of strenuous travel/hiking. Either way, the hammam experience is a pleasure guaranteed to relax and unwind.

Discover  Souks and Old Medinas ( Towns)

The medina area of ​​many Moroccan towns is an old, often walled, downtown area. A jumble of narrow streets and alleys, it is a hive of activity, a feast of colour, sound and smell. In Marrakech, for example, Jemma El Fna is the central area of ​​its medina, filled with musicians, snake charmers, fortune tellers, henna painters and more during the day. In the evening, the outdoor restaurant emerges, allowing you to enjoy traditional Moroccan cuisine in a charming atmosphere.

From Jemma El Fna, the souk is a mesmerizing labyrinth where stall owners sell their wares and haggle. Bargaining is fun when you want to buy. In addition to sellers, there are many small workshops, carpenters, metalworkers, shoe repairers, tailors. It was great fun to visit a traditional pharmacist to learn about herbs and spices and their culinary and medical uses.

Kasbah Ait Benhaddou

A kasbah is a strong fort, like a castle, in which the main landowner lives. Most are now rotting and in disrepair due to being built with mud bricks. These buildings and their four-corner-high watchtowers can be seen everywhere as you travel through the High Atlas. The Valley of Ancient Fortresses in the Dades Valley.

Ait Benhaddou, on the ancient camel train trade route between Ouarzazate and Marrakech, is a prominent example of an ancient fort with fortified villages surrounding it. Now a World Heritage Site, it’s a well-preserved old castle, and a walk around its buildings can give you a real feel of the history and life it once was. Often used as a movie set (such as Russell Crowe’s “Gladiator”), this is a Moroccan gem and well worth seeing.