The people of Morocco have always lived in tune to the landscape around them. Despite being acclaimed by manifold cultural influences leaving their mark on the country, the desert nomads, the spice traders and the carpet makers have remained staples of this land, keeping traditional ways of life present as Morocco moves forward with the modern world.
And like Morocco’s famous mint tea, this mix means travellers are welcomed with a refreshing blend of the intensely exotic and comfortingly familiar. The proof? Just look below!
@guptapranjal12 visits the Royal Stables of Sultan Moulay Ismail in Meknes. This grand construction was built to house the sultan’s 12,000 horses (yes, you read that right!).
Marrakesh is a city for all the senses! @lamisplanet samples the herbs and spices for sale in one of the city’s souks.
Traveller @aereandria stands at the golden gates of the Royal Palace in Fez. These cedar doors are decorated with bronze patterns and surrounded by colourful mosaic tiles.
@ tiagohiggs stops to reflect on the winding paths through the Atlas Mountains. Many Berber villages can be found tucked away in the canyons and ravines.
G Adventures runs a number of departures to Morocco encompassing a wide range of departure dates and activities to cater for different tastes. We’re thrilled at the prospect of showing you this big blue planet of ours — check out our small group trips here.