Morocco

Classical Arabic is Morocco’s official language, its Arabic dialect (Darija) is the most widely spoken language in Morocco. Morocco’s culture is a blend of religious and ethnic traditions, encompassing Berber, ArabAfrican, Mediterranean, and Jewish influences.

From couscous to the tajine, Berber culture is the backbone of Morocco. Stop for a traditional mint tea, linger over conversation and enjoy the hospitality. 

The spirit of Morocco finds full expression in art and architecture rendered with extraordinary craftsmanship. Morocco is a country with so much culture, landscapes and amazing food. 

Morocco is a world of coastal villages, mosques (eg, Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca), desert, beaches, colorful-painted towns (like Chefchaouen) and souks that cling to hillsides. 

Around the beautiful landscape of the atlas mountains are ancient Berber villages and impressive snowmelt that turns streams into gushing rivers every spring.  

See Morocco’s century-old trails of berbers and traders, from the winding maze Imperial Citys of Fez (medina) to the carnival & street-theater of the Djemaa El Fna in Marrakesh (a UNESCO World Heritage Site)..