Although you could easily find lots of recommendations for Morocco online, like on the blog, why would I purchase a printed Travel Guide to Morocco? Here are my reasons. First, it is important that I get to know the country better. Second, to get my Morocco Travel Guide, I can go back to a city that I have already visited, or to a place where I want to visit. Third, I get to know the best tourist destinations in my destination city.
A Printed Travel Guide to Morocco – Why Purchase One? Because I need a quick reference while I am traveling. Last week, I took a road trip to Marrakech with my girlfriend. I had prepared some of my friends’ travel tips and a printed Travel Guide to Morocco that we could bring along. We started our adventure at Damac in the Sahara Desert. After surviving two hours of driving through sandy deserts, we arrived at our hotel, which was right next to a big open-air market.
My friends and I had heard that this market has an authentic Morocco tour, where one could experience the smell of Moroccan cooking. So we decided to try out this market. I bought my friend’s a free online travel guide and we all started shopping for things to take with us. Once we reached home, we opened up our laptop and logged into our free blog article writing software. We made a list of all the things that we wanted to take with us on our trip.
With my free online travel guide and rough guide travel guide to Morocco, I decided to take my girlfriend to Morocco and stay at her parents’ beautiful house. I booked my hotel at the Kingdome, which is the biggest hotel in the city. Our travel guide and a rough guide to Morocco recommended that I should go to tins (the largest town in the north of the country) and stay at a guest house. I decided to visit tints on my way back from my trip to alkahtala (the largest city in the southern part of Morocco).
While I was in tins, my free blog article writing software provided me with a list of transportation options. The hotel I chose was very close to the airport so I didn’t have to worry about transportation during my flight home. What I did find out is that there are many car rental companies in Morocco that offer discounted rates even during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. You can even book a minibus that will take you to your hotel. I had seen similar car rental offers while in e.g. Marrakech and was impressed with the quality of service and deals I got from these larger cities.
The best time to visit Morocco is from May to September when the weather is relatively nice. The rest of the year (from January to March) is very hot and humid. From my experience, the best season to visit Morocco is from late spring to late summer. There are also many foreign tourists who visit Morocco during the months of Ramadan, especially in June when the traditional fasting period is due.
When I visited Morocco for the second time, I made sure to bring along a good supply of Morocco cash as the exchange of currency in larger cities is very expensive. There are numerous places to purchase money from including banks and online stores. Since I am not used to traveling that far, I opted to walk the roughly 3 miles to my hotel in the city of Marrakech. The path starts from the south of the city and takes about an hour. Marrakech has a number of places to visit; it is basically an old town with all the major historic buildings intact. Most tourists are aware that Marrakech is the capital of Morocco and the seat of the largest Islamic religious council.
When I visited Morocco for the third time, I decided to rent a car and explore even more of this wonderful country. Marrakech has one of the largest malls in the world as well as many other shopping centers. Since I am not that familiar with the local language, I had the local men help me find our way around town. It was pretty easy getting around the city with the local help.