Visit Morocco With Emirates Airlines Flights
Post on 12,March 2021   5:51 PM
By - Mrs. Saam Smith
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When it comes to visiting Morocco, most people will think of Marrakech, or one of the country's other imperial cities, such as Meknes, Fez, Rabat, etcetera. Others still, will be more attracted by the Atlantic coast of the country, for its seaside resorts giving pride of place to surfing and the fresh sea air, such as Essaouira or Casablanca.You can enjoy all of it with Emirates Airlines Flights if that’s your cup of tea. Not to mention the corners that have become essential for a souvenir photo, or for a camel ride.

Moreover, you can also enjoy many regions totally unknown in Morocco, or hidden palm groves, green valleys, and varied cultural treasures. Here’s our list for you for some of the most compelling places that you must visit in Morocco.

Volubilis

It is one of the rare vestiges in superb condition which testifies to the richness of the history of Morocco. This ancient Neolithic city, probably first inhabited by Moors, gave way to a large Roman city during the first centuries after the birth of Jesus Christ. Abandoned at the time of the Arab invasions, the city preserves magnificent ruins still in good condition.

In particular, you can observe old mansions, the ruins of a large arch, mosaics of great beauty, old ovens, or oil presses. The best part is that this city is rarely visited and you can be the lucky one to enjoy it alone with your loved ones whenever you book your Emirates Airlines Flights to Morocco. It is indeed about 30 kilometers from Meknes and 70 kilometers from Fez.

Very few tourists make the effort to go there, while the visit turns into a beautiful walk in a city where nature takes back its rights, it's superb!

The oasis of Fint

Located about 15 kilometers south of the Ouarzazate Desert Gate, the oasis of Fint means "hidden" in Berber. This little paradise is only inhabited by a few dozen families living mainly from agriculture and a little bit of tourism but in a really marginal way. Blocked between the desert and immense ocher mountains typical of the Moroccan Atlas, the wadi scrolls slowly and gives life to a lush palm grove, filled with date palms, apricots and crops on the ground.

Once you get there, we advise you to join the river, take off your shoes and walk with your feet in the water. It's super refreshing and peaceful. The oasis has also served as a filming location for many cult films, such as Lawrence of Arabia or Asterix mission Cleopatra, among others.

The palm grove of Skoura

To the east of Ouarzazate launches the large tarmac road which joins Merzouga through the Moroccan desert, at the foot of the Atlas. If the Moroccan Atlas is famous by name, still very few tourists go there. The region is often neglected in favor of more easily accessible cities, such as Marrakech or Fez. The Skoura palm grove is one of the first palm groves to be found on the road after Ouarzazate.

Apart from a few casbahs to welcome some tourists who love peace, the place is extremely wild! If you are looking for an ultra-quiet place to rest in a casbah, eat local, stroll through the life of the palm grove. You can also visit some local hamlets and Berber houses and observe rural life as close as possible to the people of the desert, it is this way it happens.

The Dades Valley

The southern Morocco road along the Moroccan Atlas is punctuated by several valleys, including the Roses and Todra valley, with its famous vertiginous gorges and winding roads, which are among the most famous. In between is the DadesValley, often less traveled by tourists, eager to get to Merzouga after visiting a rose distillation factory in Kalat M’Gouna.

This valley is still very wild if you drive a little. From the city of Boulmane-Dadès, go north towards the Atlas. The road here is dotted with a sublime ruined fort emerging from the palm grove. The Monkey Fingers Canyon is worth a stop, with its otherworldly geological shapes. Without forgetting the breathtaking view of the Dades gorges further on, the road skirting villages on the hillside and the arid valley below as far as the eye can see!

The best part about visiting Morocco is, you can find cheap flights very easily as generally, it’s off the beaten track.

Erg Chegaga

Who has not heard of Merzouga and its desert? Its luminous dunes are the dream of all tourists who wish to experience the famous camel expedition in the desert, with one or more nights spent in a Berber tent. Well, where Merzouga is invaded with hotels and guides who will literally rush on you to offer you various excursions, you could very well do the same thing, without anyone, in erg Chegaga.

This desert, much larger than that of Merzouga, is located south of Zagora, about 4 hours by car from Ouarzazate. There, much less tourist infrastructure, but local Berbers who will be delighted to show you their desert!

These are some of the best off-the-beaten tracks that no one should miss while visiting them with Emirates Airlines Flights.

 


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