Traveling to Morocco means discovering an unexpected reality made up of environments, scents and colors that can be enjoyed at any season of the year. With its variety of landscapes and rural realities scattered throughout the territory, it can be discovered off the most tourist routes without giving up anything. A country that offers a varied mosaic of colors and culture: the mountainous landscapes of the central Atlas with the valleys of Tessaout and Ait Hkim, Mount Toubkal and the graffiti of Oukaimeden, the red-hued villages of Ait Mgharine and Issfoula with discrete Berber communities; the lower Atlas with precious “agadirs” such as Amtoudi Id Aissa and the lively villages of Akka and Tata; the intriguing rock art of the Oued Imaoun and Ait Ouazik; the historic ksars of Tamnougalt, Ait Ben Haddou and Tamdakh; the spectacular Dades and Todra gorges; the fishermen of Essaouira and Agadir, cities bathed by the great waves of the Atlantic Ocean; the first dunes of the Sahara of Chebbi and Merzuga; and the ancient salt route linking the Draa Valley to Marrakech: Marrakech, an incredible city of a thousand colors and smells where it is a pleasure to get lost in its streets and markets. This is only a very small part of the wonders Morocco offers travelers.

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