Morocco is located in the Northwest corner of Africa and is bordered by the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea. Algeria and Western Sahara are the land borders to the south and east.
1. Morocco is one of the oldest countries in Africa, as mentioned earlier, the first declaration of sovereignty in Morocco is said to be in the year 78, the early Inhabitants of Morocco are said to immigrate who were trying to escape the Saharan areas due to lack of water. Their journey leads to the Atlas Mountains and later on to the coastal regions.
2. Morocco has exciting attractions, such as beaches, desert oases, ancient cities, and many more. It is serving as a tourist attraction. In 2013, it had more than 10 million tourists enjoying a lucrative destination.
3 The Blue City ( Chefchaouen)
Chefchaouen as it is mostly called by Moroccans is a very popular tourist attraction. Chefchaouen allows travelers and residents to step into a world that is truly unique. The town is painted a light shade of blue, almost making you feel as if you are underwater. It is absolutely striking: you are surrounded by the same color on every side, completely washed in vibrant blue light. The streets of this town have been called some of the most beautiful in the world.
If you are a photographer, this town will be a perfect setting for you to get some great shots. Even amateur photographers are able to capture phenomenal pictures of the gorgeous backdrop of the powdery blue and white. Bright splashes of color stand out in contrast, especially as you walk past the little shops selling intricate carpets.
4. RED CITY (MARRAKECH)
Marrakesh, the “Red City,” owes this nickname to the colors of its ramparts. These walls are made of orange-red clay and chalk, which served and still serve for the construction of the various buildings and houses in the city. The weather in Marrakesh, like in the rest of Morocco, tends to be balmy and sun-soaked all year long—with a particularly hot period from June to September when temperatures peak above 30-degrees-celsius.