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360° Virtual Tours For The Beautiful Places on The Earth. It's Virtual Tourism Literally.

360° Virtual Tours For The Beautiful Places on The Earth. It's Virtual Tourism Literally.

360° Virtual Tours For The Beautiful Places on The Earth. It's Virtual Tourism Literally.


Morocco is characterized by a great diversity of cultural and natural resources that can offer a variety of experiences: a unique historical heritage, the Medina of Fez, the imperial city of Meknes, and many kasbah, madrasahs and barns; a variety of landforms and landscapes with caves, waterfalls, gorges, gardens and palm groves and the Middle Atlas Mountains and the Rif.

In tourism, the most important comparative advantage of Morocco is its diversity: diversity of territories and landscapes, diversity of natural resources and ecosystems, diversity of cultures and influences (African and European).

If Morocco is conspicuous by its amazing geography, it is not left on the cultural and architectural plans. As long as incredible history has left its mark through the many monuments of the country. Berber influences, Arab and Andalusian blend in perfectly with the entire Moroccan heritage.
Morocco is one of the most diverse countries in Africa, with high mountains, sweeping desert, rugged coastline, and the winding alleyways of ancient medina cities and souqs.

Mountains & Desert

From Saharan dunes to the peaks of the High Atlas, Morocco could have been tailor-made for travellers. Lyrical landscapes carpet this sublime slice of North Africa like the richly coloured and patterned rugs you’ll lust after in local cooperatives. The mountains – not just the famous High Atlas but also the Rif and suntanned ranges leading to Saharan oases – offer simple, breathtaking pleasures: night skies glistening in the thin air, and views over a fluffy cloudbank from the Tizi n’Test pass. On lower ground, there are rugged coastlines, waterfalls and caves in forested hills, and the mighty desert.

Traditional Life

The varied terrain may inform your dreams, but it shapes the very lives of Morocco’s Berbers, Arabs and Saharawis. Despite encroaching modernity, with motorways joining mosques and kasbahs as man-made features of the landscape, Moroccan people remain closely connected to the environment. The nomadic southern ‘Blue Men’ brave the desert’s burning expanses in robes and turbans, with mobile phones in hand. Likewise, traditional life continues – with tweaks – in the techniques of Berber carpet makers, in date cooperatives, in medina spice trading, and in the lifestyles in mountain hamlets and ports like Essaouira.

Ancient Medinas

Often exotic, sometimes overwhelming and always unexpected, these ancient centres are bursting with Maghrebi mystique and madness: the perfect complement to the serene countryside. When you hit town and join the crowds, you follow a fine tradition of nomads and traders stretching back centuries. Unesco has bestowed World Heritage status on the Fez medina, the world’s largest living medieval Islamic city, and on the carnivalesque street-theatre of the Djemaa el-Fna in Marrakesh.

Akchour

Located in northern Morocco at the bottom of the Talembote Valley Akchour is a natural valley attracting more and more tourists since the opening of the park Talassemtane.

Belyounech

Belyounech is small town on Jebel Moussa ,a mountain in the northernmost part of Morocco on the African side of the Strait of Gibraltar. It is part of the Rif mountain chain.

Casablanca - Hassan II Mosque

The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca was completed in 1993 after great expense and artistic labor, and the result is one of the largest and most beautiful mosques in the world. Its gleaming newness and tremendous wealth is a stark contrast against the rest of Casablanca.

Chefchaouen - Medina

Chefchaouen is an exemplary site where local architectural traditions combine to Jbala of the region and the influences of the Andalusian civilization imported by Andalusian and Moorish that inhabited the city since the sixteenth century. Medina always keeps the footprints of civilization and these apparent influences in the Arab-Andalusian architecture of its neighborhoods including Kharrazine neighborhoods Souika, Mdaka, Mellah, Sebbanine and Rif Andalous.

Chefchaouen - Ras El Ma

Chefchaouen is an exemplary site where local architectural traditions combine to Jbala of the region and the influences of the Andalusian civilization imported by Andalusian and Moorish that inhabited the city since the sixteenth century. Medina always keeps the footprints of civilization and these apparent influences in the Arab-Andalusian architecture of its neighborhoods including Kharrazine neighborhoods Souika, Mdaka, Mellah, Sebbanine and Rif Andalous.

Ifrane

Ifrane is called the Switzerland of Morocco due to its stunning beauty.

Mdiq

Very nice and greenish city in the north of Morocco.

Rabat - Chella

Chellah or Sala Colonia, is a medieval fortified necropolis located south of Rabat, Morocco. Chellah existed since pre-Christian times and houses complex of ancient Roman Mauretania Tingitana and medieval ruins.

Rabat - Hassan Tower

Rabat - Hassan Tower

Rabat - Kasbah of Oudaya

The Udayas Kasbah (or as it’s also known, Oudayas Kasbah) is one of the country’s most unique sites. Originally built in the 12th century and renovated many times since throughout the centuries, it has been home to Arab tribes, Andalusian immigrants, and some of Morocco’s most powerful sultans.

Rabat - Zoo

Zoological park with 130 species in simulated mountain, desert, savanna & rainforest habitats.

Tetouan

Tetouan was of particular importance in the Islamic period, from the 8th century onwards, since it served as the main point of contact between Morocco and Andalusia. After the Reconquest, the town was rebuilt by Andalusian refugees who had been expelled by the Spanish. This is well illustrated by its art and architecture, which reveal clear Andalusian influence.

Walili - Volubulis

Volubilis is a partly excavated Berber and Roman city in Morocco situated near Meknas between Fes and Rabat and commonly considered as the ancient capital of the kingdom of Mauretania.