Morocco's strategic location and plenty of tourism hotspots play a major role in attracting tourists. With mega government sponsored marketing plans further internationalizing Morocco, annual tourist arrival figures are estimated to touch 10 million. The country's stable political environment also contributes to its flourishing tourism industry. With annual tourist receipts estimated to be more than US$8 billion, tourism continues to be the 2nd largest foreign exchange gainer, after the country's phosphate industry. The Moroccan government is further investing heavily to develop the tourism industry. As all the Moroccan cites are connected with a strong network of roads, you can enjoy driving to all of your favorite places.
As Moroccan culture represents a mix of Berber, European, African, and Arab influences, its cuisine is believed to be one of the most innovative cuisines of Africa. The country's liberal ties with rest of the world have resulted in a rich diversity in its dishes. While majority of the gastronomy is Moorish oriented, tremendous influence of Sephardic cuisine can also be seen. Aromatic spices play an important role in Moroccan food. While chicken, lamb, beef, harira, pastille, couscous, and tajine are all time favorites, don't forget to savor the traditional green tea laced with mint.
With Morocco consistently focusing on the coast line, culture, and history, tourism in the Maghreb region is well developed. Tourism activity largely focuses on Moroccan culture, with ancient cities garnering maximum attention. The regional tourism industry capitalizes on ancient Islamic sites, Romanesque structures, beautiful landscape, and rich cultural heritage. Tangier and Casablanca are leading cruise ships destinations. Agadir, a major coastal resort city, is an important base for excursion trips to the Atlas Mountains. While Casablanca is a leading cruise port, Marrakech is tremendously popular among historians, art lovers, and archaeologists. Rif Mountains is another fast emerging tourism destination. The high altitude nature reserve offers perfect place for camping, trekking, and walking trails. As the country's southern belt is covered by the Western Sahara, desert tourism is also developing at a tremendous pace.
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|Agadir||$ 30.60||$ 21.60|
|Marrakech||$ 28.30||$ 17.30|
|Rabat||$ 35.10||$ 22.10|
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