Morocco tourism

Morocco tourism

Morocco is a country located in the north of the African continent and bathed by both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. With an area of ​​approximately half a million square kilometers, it has a population of less than 33 million people and has official Arabic and Berber languages, and other languages ​​and dialects such as dariya, tashelhit, French and Spanish.Due to its proximity to Spain it is a particularly interesting destination for all those who wish to know a different culture; But this is by no means the only reason it pushes travelers year after year to visit (and re-visit) the country.Morocco offers a world of possibilities to anyone who dares to venture into it. Besides, its citizens, proud of their culture, have strived to preserve their identity and customs. If we combine this with its heterogeneity, we find a country that offers endless experiences that seem frozen in time: you can go through their medinas while you dodge the transport of donkeys, sleep in the Sahara desert under a tree or even To travel through more advanced cities as their capital, Rabat, while their continuous calls to prayer remind you that you will never lose what identifies you.In short, Morocco offers an uncountable number of opportunities that will make you wonder how it is possible that in such a short distance you have the opportunity to visit a world so different from ours.Morocco is a country of great geographical heterogeneity, offering as much rural landscapes as mountainous or desert. Besides, it has the privilege of being bathed by two different water masses, which causes that, roughly, we have to differentiate between four zones to define its climate:The northern area (between the Rif mountains and the coast) has a Mediterranean climate. With temperate summers and cool and humid winters, it can be associated with the present climate in southern Spain, only warmer.The center of the country, not receiving the influence of the coast, causes its temperatures to increase, which is an advantage and a clear inconvenience: while in winters you can enjoy more neutral temperatures (typical of places like the islands Canaries), summers can be very hot (for example, in Marrakech the average summer temperature is around 38 degrees).And if we move further from the coast and enter the South, the climate will become desert, with even hotter summer months, being able to surpass 40 degrees of temperature, while winters temperatures will be more pleasant (although having Always take special care with the changes that can occur during the night).Finally, the mountainous areas are characterized by their cold temperatures, reaching below zero degrees during the winter in the Rif mountains or even being able to approach the half year in the case of the Atlas Mountains.The best season to plan a trip to Morocco is undoubtedly in spring, for being the time when temperatures are more stable; but, there is certain probability that it will rain, but it is not usually normal. Besides, it is a station that invites you to visit any part of the country.If we talk about the summer months, the most requested area is usually coastal, namely cities such as Essaouira or Agadir and the northern part of the country. Yet, if we are going to travel in Autumn or Winter, tourism is decided by the South zone, mainly Marrakech and the desert area, being very tourist areas that due to the high temperatures in summer have less acceptance.Finally, highlight the mountain areas, such as Akchour, which can be visited all year round, and although in summer the temperatures are higher, it is when more affluence of the public there is by difference and so better atmosphere can be enjoyed.

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