The Sahara Desert: It is the main cause why many tourists travel to Morocco. Desert camping is the best experience with a heartfelt welcome from the Berbers who have lived there for ages. On your way to your desert camp, you can ride a camel while enjoying the desert sun. You would not want to miss the nightlife in the desert, sit around a campfire, sing, and dance to the songs of the desert people. Also, visit the desert dunes of Merzouga, you get deeper into the wilderness and experience the best of nature.
Moroccan mint Tea and Pastries: While visiting Morocco one should taste the mint tea and local pastries. In Morocco, mint tea is considered a sign of hospitality and can also symbolize friendship. Drinking the mint tea at a good view with good company will make it tastier. The mint tea is served everywhere and tastes the same, but for the pastries, they vary from place to place.
The Souks of Marrakech: Souks are like one giant market where you can literary buy everything you want. The advantage of these markets is that you shop at one go and you can bargain; shopkeepers do not mind when you suggest a lower price for an item. In Morocco bargaining is perceived as a way of life and it is an exciting experience. The Souks are part of the Moroccan culture.
A Stroll along the Streets of Chefchaouen: Chefchaouen is a small town with its walls and streets painted blue. They are painted blue to protect people from mosquitoes during summer. Unlike the chaos in the main cities of Marrakech and Fez, the town has a laid back nature and life more peaceful here. The doors stay unlocked, and life is enjoyed at a relaxing pace.
The Riads: A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house, either single or double story, often turned into hotels. The entrance outside may seem old and dull but as they say, do not judge a book by its cover. The interior is cozy and peaceful, making it a magical environment. They offer excellent food and exceptional services which make the Riads homely.
The Medina of Fez: Ever heard of the inaccurate maps of the ancient Medina of Fez? While visiting Morocco, you should make an effort to go there, get lost and find your way out. One is bound to lose their way at least once but no need to be troubled, just follow alleyways and let them take you to wherever they lead. Cars are banned within the Medina thus the way of life has remained the same for centuries.
Morocco Tanneries: The oldest tanneries in the world are found in Morocco. The Chouara Tannery, located in the ancient city of Fez, is almost a thousand years old. The tanneries still use old methods to make leather without applying any modern techniques. Many tourists go there to test whether the tanneries stink, according to other tourists who have visited and guide books. One can view this ancient practice through the leather shops surrounding the tanneries, because for you to be allowed in, you must pay a small amount of money.
Ait Benhaddou: The place is enlisted as a UNESCO heritage site. It is a mud city located at the edge of the Atlas Mountains. It is a location site for many movies including Gladiator and Game of Thrones. Also nearby as you take your way to Ouarzazate city, there are Cinema studios where very famous movies have been played.
The Atlas Mountains: If you are an enthusiast of trekking and mountain climbing, visiting the Atlas Mountains is the best experience for you. You just have to have a guide and a good company to walk all the way to the top. Along the way you can meet the locals who are very friendly and have their houses opened for visitors anytime. It is one of the best ways to discover Morocco tours.
Traditional Hamman: Visiting a traditional Hamman is the best way to interact with the locals. Almost every town in Morocco has a public Hamman, so all you have to do is ask for directions. They have precise timings reserved for each gender. You will surely have an enjoyable moment while in the Hamman.