Honeymoon in Morocco, the best plan for you!
A honeymoon vacation to Morocco might be a wonderful way to start your married life together. Morocco somehow doesn’t disappoint, whether it’s a romantic beach trip or a romantic camp in the world’s largest desert, climbing through the beautiful valleys of Morocco, or shopping till you drop.
Let’s take a look at why Morocco should be at the top of your honeymoon bucket list in this guide!
Why Morocco for honeymoon?
The temperature in Morocco is nice and warm almost all year round, but that’s not all. If you love nature, then a honeymoon in Morocco is for you. You will find deserts and the sea, but also mountains and valleys. In other words: the complete picture. Moreover, you can eat deliciously.
What you should not miss :
There are many things in Morocco that you really don’t want to miss on your honeymoon. How about the following outings:
- Camel riding
- Glamping in the Sahara
- Mosque visits
- Visiting markets
Top things to do on your honeymoon in Morocco :
Make it to the Sahara desert :
The Sahara Desert, the world’s biggest, is a must-see for a romantic camping trip.
The endless sand dunes reaching in every direction, the desert sands moving with the wind, camels, and Berber towns are only a small part of what the desert has to offer.
Camping in the Sahara desert of Morocco is a favorite honeymoon destination. You may spend the night at the Berber tents, where you will be treated to fantastic music, Berber whiskey, and Moroccan food. Because there is almost little light pollution, the nights are ideal for stargazing.
If you’re used to seeing sunrises and sunsets from the mountains or the sea, the Sahara Desert provides a unique experience of seeing them from the desert — the changing colors of the sun from orange to crimson hues is just breathtaking. You will not be disappointed if you take a camel ride with your lover shortly before the sunsets. Overall, the experience is intimate, tranquil, and much more pleasurable when shared with family and friends.
The best desert camp in Merzouga :
Spend the night under the beautiful stars, ride on the back of a camel or sandboard over Erg Chebbi dunes. It’s all possible at Milky Way Desert Camp.
Stop to see the Atlas mountains :
Would you want to go trekking with your partner? Do you get giddy when you see a vista from the top of a mountain? Morocco’s Atlas Mountains might be the ideal trekking destination for your honeymoon. The Atlas Slopes’ snow-capped peaks, colorful valleys, and stunning vistas of mud-brick towns nestled amid the lush green mountains that you are treated to during the journey make it an unforgettable experience.
Mount Toubkal, the tallest peak in the Atlas Mountains, maybe hiked up from Imlil hamlet. You may even walk through the mountains on the back of a mule.
Visit beaches :
Morocco has a lot of lovely beaches, and what could be more romantic than taking long walks on the beach with your significant other?
There are also numerous exotic coastal resorts where you may relax and enjoy the beauty of the beaches and the surroundings. Water sports abound on Morocco’s beaches if you’re looking for a little challenge while having a good time. Taghazout (seen), Tetouan, Agadir, Safi, Tangier, and Essaouira are some of Morocco’s most popular beaches, with Essaouira being the most popular among visitors.
Explore Marrakech’s beautiful alleys :
Fes, Marrakesh, Meknes, and Rabat, Morocco’s four imperial capitals, are all ideal for a romantic holiday.
For foreign travelers, Marrakesh is the most accessible of the four, and it has something for everyone! There are several activities you may do to pass the time during your hotel stay without being bored.
Marrakesh is a shopper’s dream, with Argan Oil, Babouche, Djellaba, Tableware, Green Glass, Leather Bags, Berber baskets, Moroccan spices, Artisanal Soaps, and a plethora of other items among the most popular gifts.
The Tanija meal in Marrakesh is a must-try for non-vegetarians. It consists of a slow-cooked pork stew with native spices from the region.
Mellah, Souk Cherifia, Ensemble Artisanal, Souk el Attarine, Souk Smata, and others are among the most prominent squares in Djemaa el-Fna. Marrakesh is not just traditional, but it also boasts a thriving nightlife and an abundance of outstanding restaurants.
Rabat, which is close to the Mediterranean, is popular with honeymooners who wish to spend their time by the water. Rabat’s homes are with decoration in a vivid blue color scheme, making every turn a photo opportunity.
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