Travelers, particularly women, are quite apprehensive about visiting Morocco, envisaging their lifestyle, way of living and many other aspects.
The good thing about traveling in Morocco, unlike other Muslim countries, is no fear and endless fun. There is no special dress code fixed for women visitors, thanks for its proximity to Europe. However, it is often advised to have headscarves.
Solo female travelers will surely find the country very fascinating and intriguing to explore on their own. Cultural trips to Morocco are completely fun. Check out the following options while making a trip to this beautiful country.
An intrepid travel is exploring or jazzing around Morocco like a local. You can do all stuff that locals do. Options are diverse, from spending nights in a desert camp to riding camels. You can delight in solitude if you are a nature lover or just catch up with something entertaining on the countryside streets, or maybe take in the action from the professional street performers. You can grab a place called riads to spend a night, a traditional Morocco accommodation.
For an authentic Morocco experience, you need to head out to Berber villages. travelers have ample fun opportunities here. From taking desert treks to visiting many historic sites at the Kasbah of el Glaoui and Ait Benhaddou. Guided tours are made to the remote areas as well as the most popular tourist hotspots in Morocco. You can sleep in peace without being worried about any kind of trouble.
Your cultural tour to Morocco is never completed without a trip to the Hassan II Mosque, Volubilis, and the only Roman site in Morocco. Meknes, the Todra Gorge, Rabat, Fes and Marrakech are some of the old Imperial cities in the Grand Atlas Mountains that are very much popular with travelers. Another important destination to gallivant in this North African country is Merzouga. You will love wandering among one hundred and forty eight ft. sand dunes.