Morocco has plenty of things to do for all styles of travelers. If you want to see the top best things to do in Morocco in one place, then you’ll LOVE this (updated) guide.

This giant list of incredible things to do in Morocco is based on our own personal bucket list and covers both places we have loved and those we are still dreaming of visiting.

Of course, not even a massive list of what to do in Morocco like this one could possibly cover the hundreds of thousands of magnificent travel experiences available in our home country!

But, that being said, this list is definitely long enough to (hopefully) give you dozens of new travel ideas and revive your interest in others that might have been sitting on your “someday” list.

Here are 101 of the best things to do in Morocco!

And you can filter through the list to find the best thing to do for you.


Outdoors & Adventure Things To Do in Morocco

History & Culture Attractions

Best Beaches In Morocco

Best Museums and Galleries in Morocco

Foodies Things To Do In Morocco


Morocco on world map: surrounding countries and location on Africa map

Best Outdoors Things To Do in Morocco

1. Take an Adventure Trek in Toubkal Mountain 

One of my favorite things to do in Morocco is not because we offer tours. However, the mountains and nature there are the reasons I live there and love it. Mount Toubkal, also known as Jebel Toubkal, is the highest peak in North Africa at 4,167 meters.

The best month of the year to be there is 09/10/11/12/02/03

Check out our Toubkal Mountain Packages



2. Hike the Atlas Mountian, and See Lac Ifni in Toubkal National Park

Located in the heart of the High Atlas Mountains, to the south of Marrakech, Ifni Lac is the largest mountain lac in Morocco. Many travelers take a tour 6 days Toubkal trek and spend one night in the lac Ifni and then climb Toubkal peak.

3. Live with nature and the culture of the Amazigh people In Imlil Valley

Imlil is a small village in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountain. It is an ideal place to get away and enjoy the Atlas mountains. Compared to Marrakech, the region of Imlil is cooler and more tranquil. The quaint village of Imlil offers stunning views and meets local Berber people and the chance to scale Toubkal, the highest peak in Morocco. You can do one day trip from Marrakech to Imlil Valley     


4.Visit Merzouga, the Sahara Desert, and ride camels

It’s the first thing to do in Morocco because this tour allows you to see the beauty of the Sahara Desert, particularly the sunsets and spend a night in the desert camp. Check out more 3 day Sahara desert tour

5. Take a day trip to Kasbah Aït Benhaddou in Ouarzazate

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, Aït Benhaddou was once a major stop along the caravan route between Marrakech and the Sahara. it is a traditional Mud Brick city on the edge of the High Atlas Mountains. Day trip to Kasbah ait Benhaddou from Marrakech


6. Explore Dades Gorges In Dades Valley

A famous place in Morocco everyone knows about because it’s unique place and tragic. You’re only going to find it in Morocco. Check out this guide on how to visit Dades gorges, and you get to experience the culture and the dance of the Amazigh people.

7. Explore the Todra Gorge Canyon and the wonderful Tinghir Oasis

The Todgha Gorges (Canyon) are a series of limestone river canyons, in the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, near the town of Tinghir. You can choose to visit here on a 3-day sahara desert tour

8. Visit Ouzoud waterfalls

One of the tallest waterfalls in Africa is also home to a population of monkeys who enjoy the waters and the occasional guest. Located in the High Atlas Mountains, it is 350 feet tall (110 meters).

9. Enjoy one day trip to Agafay Desert near Marrakech

The Agafay desert is located thirty kilometers to the South of Marrakech and extends over several hundred acres. It’s a rocky desert

Things To Do: Ride a camel, Quad Riding, and enjoy the view of atlas Mountain, and there are beautiful camps as well

10. Ski in Oukaimeden

Oukaimeden is known as a ski area with lifts and several other high-altitude spots for ski touring when the snow conditions in the Atlas mountains are good. Check this Oukaïmeden Guide for a better idea.

The best time for Sking is from January to March


11. Hike in La Cathedral de Imsfrane

The cathedral of Amsfran is one of Morocco’s natural paradises, where the prestige of the mountain and the green of nature, valley, fjords, and waterfalls, mix, the place where from the first visit you start thinking about when the next visit will be. Location: 100 km from the city of Azilal, same from Beni Mellal


12. Trekking & Hiking around Saghro Massif 

Jbel Saghro Massif trek offers you an amazing trek in Saghro mountain in southeast Morocco. You got to discover the unique landscape of the volcanic mountains and the hospitality of the Ait Atta tribe in Jbel Saghro.

13. Walk in Erg Chebbi Sahara desert

A favorite place of Sahara desert lovers, Erg Chebbi offers magical views and camel riding is a must-do activity, Erg Chebbi is in Saharan Morocco. The dunes are one of Morocco’s best Sahara Desert destinations. Erg Chebbi’s special feature is its beautiful unique orange-colored sand.

14. See the gorgeous Isli Lac in Imilchil

Lake Tislit is a lake located in Morocco’s Haut Atlas Oriental National Park, in the Town of Imilchil, Very hided place a few people know about

15. Witness the Beauty of Ifrane National Park In Ifran

Ifrane National Park is located in the north-central part of Morocco. It is situated in the central part of the Atlas mountain range.  the best place to hike in Ifrane National Park is 3M Squared Loop (Monkey Trail) which has a 4.0-star rating.

16. Relax in Ifrane Parks

Ifrane was elected the world’s second cleanest city according to a survey conducted by MBC Times, which listed the world’s 12 cleanest cities. Known for its mountainous nature and cold weather in winter, as well as for its skiing stations.

17. Walk at the Cèdre Gouraud Forest In Azrou

Cedre Gouraud is literally a cedar’s forest located in the surroundings of Azrou, a town near Ifrane, which is located about 75km to the South of Fes, and Cèdre Gouraud Forest is a woodland area in the Middle Atlas Mountain Range in Morocco. It was named after French general Henri Gouraud.

18. Explore Jardin Majorelle-Yves Saint Laurent Mansion in Marrakech

The villa houses the Berber Museum and in 2017 the Yves Saint Laurent Museum opened nearby. Majorelle Garden. Jardins Majorelle.

19. Take your kids to Exotic Gardens in Rabat

Exotic gardens of Bouknadel. Some green again with exotic Bouknadel gardens 20 km from Rabat, on the road to Kenitra. Dedicated to plants from all over the world, a must for garden lovers and ideal for children. The gardens are laid out in different countries. Designed by a traveler reflecting.

20. Visit Rabat’s National Zoo with your kids

It was established in 1973 by a Moroccan monarch who wanted to house lions from the royal palace. The first enclosures were built to house these lions. They were thought to be descendants of Barbary lions

21. Explore Agadir Crocodile park

Agadir Crocodile Park is a crocodile zoo located in Agadir, Morocco. It opened in May 2015. The zoo has 325 Nile crocodiles, giant tortoises, green iguanas, giant pythons, and anaconda.

History & Culture Attractions

22. Visit Jemaa el-Fna Square

One of the best things to do in Morocco is visiting Jemaa el-Fnaa, which is the main square. It is the symbol of the city and is always alive.

23. Start your trip in the old Medina of Marrakesh

Medina of Marrakesh – UNESCO World Heritage Centre Founded in 1070–72 by the Almoravids, Marrakesh remained a political, economic ,and cultural center for a long period. Its influence was felt throughout the western Muslim world, from North Africa to Andalusia.

24. El Badii-Ksibat Nhass Palace in Marrakech

El Badi Palace or Badi’ Palace is a ruined palace located in Marrakech Palais el-Badi was built at the end of the sixteenth century by the sultan Ahmed al-Mansour to commemorate the victory of the Battle of the Three Kings against the Portuguese.

25. See the Koutoubia Mosque

Marrakech Koutoubia Mosque was one of the largest places of worship for followers of Islam when it was completed in 1158.

26. Visit Menara Gardens in Marrakech

 The Menara Gardens Marrakech is a huge and vast garden of 100 hectares. Dating back to the Almohad dynasty, it is located a short distance.

27. Explore Le Jardin Secret Médina in Marrakech

The Riad-museum Le Jardin Secret is one of the largest and most ancient palaces of the medina of Marrakech. It is a place that has kept ancient structures.

The origins of the complex date back to the Saadian Dynasty, more than four hundred years ago. Rebuilt in the mid-Nineteenth century.

28. Walk Into The Bahia Palace In Marrakech 

The Bahia Palace (Beautiful in Arabic) is an 8000-sq-meter, floor-to-ceiling extravagance of intricate marquetry, plasterwork, and zouk (painted wood), the Bahia Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces in Marrakech. It was built in the late nineteenth century and is a must-see attraction.

29. Pay a visit to Saadien’s Tombs in Marrakesh

The Saadian Tombs are a historic royal necropolis in Marrakesh One of Morocco’s former imperial capital cities, Marrakesh is home to many historic attractions and exciting museums.

30. Take a Step Back into Ibn Youssef School In Marrakech

The Ben Youssef Madrasa was the largest and most important Islamic school in North Africa. It has over 130 rooms and houses over 900 students. It was closed as a college in 1960.

31. See El Badii-Ksibat Nhass Palace in Marrakesh

El Badi Palace or Badi’s Palace is a ruined palace located in Marrakesh, Morocco. It was commissioned by the Sultan Ahmad al-Mansur of the Saadian dynasty, the major landmark of Morocco built in the sixteenth century.

32. Discover Bahia Palace in Marrakech

The Bahia Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces in Marrakech. It was built in the late nineteenth century and is a must-see attraction.

33. Explore The Chouara Tannery in Fez

The Chouara Tannery (or Chouwara) is one of the three tanneries in Fez, Morocco. It is the largest and oldest tannery in the city and is located in Fes el Bali, the oldest medina quarter.

34. Visit Mosque and University Karaouiyn in Fez

The University of al-Qarawiyyin is a university located in Fez, considered the first university in the world It was founded as a mosque by Fatima al-Fihri in 857–859 and subsequently became one of the leading spiritual and educational centers of the Islamic Golden Age

35. Discover Al Attarine Madrasa in Fes

BUILT IN THE 14TH CENTURY, the al-Attarine Madrasa stands at the entrance of a spice and perfume market in the spiritual center of Fez, the second largest city in Morocco. The highlight of the small madrasa is its courtyard, its floors, and walls exquisitely decorated in the traditional patterns of Marinid craftsmanship.

36. Get to Know the Borj Nord in Fez

Borj Nord was a citadel built over a hill. It was constructed by Saadian Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour in 1582 to defend the city from invaders and to keep an eye on the unfaithful population of Fez.

37. Experience the beauty of the Moroccan architecture at Bou Inania Madrasa in Fes

The Medersa Bou Inania is a madrasa in Fes, Morocco. This place is a calm oasis in the middle of the medina. With its design, beautiful tiles, and tranquillity it is clear why this place was meant for meditation.

38. Take a Tour Of the Blue City of Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen is Morocco’s unforgettable, sapphire-tinged city. Located in the north of this northeast African nation, the buildings in Chefchaouen are painted using talc or chalk-based paint that looks so beautiful.

39. Take a Visit To Hassan II Mosquée In Casablanca

The famous mosque of Casablanca, Morocco. It is the second largest functioning mosque in Africa and is the 7th largest in the world. Built at enormous expense, it is set on an outcrop jutting over the ocean with a 210m-tall minaret that’s a city landmark.

40. Visit the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Casablanca

This imposing cathedral is built in a neo-Gothic style with Moroccan Art Deco and Muslim influences. The windows pierce the upper parts of the cathedral.

41. Walk into the Hassan Tower in Rabat

Hassan Tower is one of the monuments of Rabat which has a long history and was supposed to be the largest minaret in the world. commissioned by Abu Yusuf YAQUB AL-Mansur, in 1195. The tower achieved only 140 feet

42. Take a visit to the Mausoleum of Mohammed V in Rabat

The Royal Mausoleum of King Mohammed V is on the opposite side of the Hassan Tower, on the Yacoub al-Mansour esplanade, a monument of unparalleled beauty. Its construction began in 1962 and ended in 1971.

43. Get to Know Kasbah of The Oudayas in Rabat

Kasbah des Oudayas is located at the mouth of the Oued Bou Regreg River right across the city of Salé. It has classic medieval architecture symbolic of Rabat

44. See the St. Peter’s Cathedral In Rabat

St. Peter’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located at Golan Square (Place du Golan) in downtown Rabat, Morocco. It was erected in the early 20th 

45. Take a look at the Royal Palace of Rabat

The Palace is located in the heart of Rabat and is open to the public. Though the exterior is modest, the real and regal beauty can be appreciated only inside. The Palace is located in the heart of Rabat and is open to the public. Though the exterior is modest, the real and regal beauty can be appreciated only inside.

46. Discover Archaeological Site of Volubilis in Meknes

There is no better proof that the Romans once occupied Morocco than the dramatic and breathtaking archaeological site of Volubilis, (Arabic, Walili) located thirty-three kilometers from Meknes in the Middle Atlas. The nearest town is Moulay Idriss, named after the great-grandson of the Prophet Muhammad. The site, which has been recognized by UNESCO since 1997, became famous abroad when Martin Scorsese made it a feature location for his film, The Last Temptation of Christ.

47. Experience the blessings of the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail in Meknes

The Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail is located in Meknes, the Imperial state you will pass with during your Morocco Trips. The 18th-century Mausoleum is known to be the resting place of the most famous sultans in the country. The Mausoleum, best described as a spiritual and peaceful place, is believed to bring blessings to its visitors.  

48. Discover Hercules Caves in Tangier

The Caves of Hercules are named after the Greek mythological figure, Hercules. The legend states that when he was carrying out 12 labors, one of them was to kill a giant with 3 heads called Geryon who lived in the Caves of Hercule.

49. Hit to the Cape Spartel in Tangier

Cape Spartel (Cap Spartel) is situated 14 kilometers west of Tangier, the far northwest coast of Africa on the northern Atlantic coast of Morocco

50. Take a walk in the Place Petit Socco in Tangier

The Petit Socco or Small Market is inside Medina. Stuck to the Place 9 of April. It is a must-visit if you wish to be with the locals. The heart of Tangier. 

51. Visit Castelo Real of Mogador in Essaouira

Castelo Real was a Portuguese castle established in Mogador, now Essaouira in Morocco, by the Portuguese in 1506

52. See the Moroccan Argan Tree Goats in Essaouira

After a gentle drive of 45 minutes towards the Agadir-Marrakech High-way, we will stop to spot the famous Goats climbing the argan trees in Agadir.

53. Stand in Agadir Tasguent

Agadir Tasguent is over 350 years old. Tasguent is one of the largest and best preserved of the Anti-Atlas. Limited by the space of the relief chosen, the Agadir Tasguent is mounted 6 floors high. Its architecture is impressive.

Best Beaches In Morocco

54. Lagzira Beach

The best things to do in Morocco is visiting beaches and Lagzira is often cited as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Legzira is famous for sunsets punctuated by the rock structures jutting out from the cliffs. They were formed over thousands of years by erosion. It is not known what caused the collapse, but the movement of the sea could be a factor.

55. Playa Quemado in Al Hoceima

It’s the 7th most beautiful beach in the world! Located in the center of the city, In front of a huge hotel. Easy to access and easy to find. Clear water and clean.

56. Plage Taghazout

An excellent place if you want to relax and unwind away from the huge crowds of tourists usually found in the more popular destinations in Morocco. And, if you want to follow the “surf, eat, sleep, repeat” 

57. Playa de Cabo Negro in north of Tetouan

It is located on the Mediterranean coast, located in the north of Morocco, in the city of Tetouan, although it is considered the top beach in North Africa.

58. Plage Sfiha in Al Hoceima

It is the 1st beach you encounter before heading to Al Hoceima. Big parking and plenty of cafes and places. Great scenery.

59. Plage Blanche In Guelmim

The Plage Blanche is a vast expanse of sand over 40 km long. The sand is beige, with red reflections in places.

60. Plage d’Essaouira

The beach is at the exit of the historic center of the city and is several kilometers long. The tides are high and come right up to the pier. Camels lying on the sandy beach by the sea in Essaouira Beach, Morocco

61. Plage d’Agadir

 Plage Agadir has a shimmering expanse of breezy coast dotted with romantic outdoor cafes and water sports activities.

62. Plage de Saïdia

One of the cleanest beaches in the north of Morocco, with extremely clean water transparent. You can see fish running around with no harm or hazard around

63. Plage Aïn Diab in Casablanca

Trendy beach for swimming or walking, with rentable chairs & nearby restaurants & nightclubs. More details. Featured in

64. Martil Beach in Tetouan

Martil does Tetouan coastal resort town in the summer months. The rest of the year it’s a university town which gives it a young, lively feel.

65. Plage des Nations in Rabat

The dream location is par excellence as it offers an unrivaled living experience between the ocean and golf course.

67. Dalia Beach in Tangier

One of the most beautiful beaches in the north, with golden sand, and clean water, and you get a hot tan. But there is a but, with the summer activities organized for kids.

68. Plage Mehdia in Kenitra

Located in Kenitra, a 3-minute walk from Plage Sidi Boughaba and 1,500 feet from Mehdia Beach.

69. Plage de Bouznika

Bouznika is a city halfway between Rabat and Casablanca. 5 kilometers long, Bouznika beach is very popular with Moroccans.

Best Museums and Galleries in Morocco

70. Experience the Beauty of Architecture at Dar Si Said In Marrakech

Visiting museums and galleries is one of the best things to do in Morocco and Dar Si Said is a historic late 19th-century palace and present-day museum in Marrakesh. you’ll find a solid exhibition of historic and some contemporary Moroccan art. The building itself is full of intricate Byzantine designs and colors. is a historic late 19th-century palace and present-day museum.

71. Take a visit to Dar Batha in Fez

Dar Batha is a former royal palace located in the heart of the medina of Fez. Converted into a museum in 1915, located in the heart of the medina, opposite the beautiful Bou Inania. , the building was a beautiful palace

72. Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca

The Jewish Museum of Casablanca is a Jewish museum as museum for all people interested in Moroccan history and Jewish history in Morocco.

73. Musee des Oasis

Opened in 2002, the Oasis Museum occupies a group of three restored houses inside the Ksar El Khorbat Oujdid, with a total surface of 600 square meters, distributed over three levels.

74. American Legation Museum In Tangier

The Tangier American Legation is considered a symbol of the historic cultural and diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the Kingdom of Morocco

75. Museum of music Mouassine in Marrakech

The Mouassine Museum is a museum in the Mouassine neighborhood of the historic medina of Marrakesh, Morocco.

76. The Museum Mohammed VI in Rabat

The Museum Mohammed VI for the Civilization of Water in Morocco-Aman invites you to discover the fauna of the kingdom “Moroccan wildlife” through the exhibition

77. Musée MACMA in Marrakech

The Macma is a private museum created by a passionate collector. It presents in ten thematic rooms an exclusive and permanent collection of photographs.

78. Lorin Foundation Museum in Tangier

This eclectic museum is housed in a former synagogue. Here you will find an open 2-story room with an engaging collection of B&W photographs of the 19th

79. Ethnographic Museum of Chefchaouen

This incredible cultural site is located in the heart of Chefchaouen medina, specifically within the citadel or kasbah located in the Plaza Uta el-Hammam

80. Kasbah Museum in Tangier

The Kasbah Museum (also known as the Dar el-Makhzen Museum) is located in the Kasbah in the highest part of ​​Tangier. This recently refurbished museum is housed in the former sultan’s palace of Dar El Makhzen. The focus is on the history of the area from prehistoric times

81. Musée de la Fondation Abderrahman Slaoui in Casablanca

The Abderrahman Slaoui Museum, named after a businessman and art collector who died in 2001, is a museum in Casablanca.

82. House of Photography in Marrakech

The House of Photography of Marrakesh is located in the historic heart medina of Marrakesh, Morocco. It opened in 2009, A private collection of 8000 photographs was gathered.

83. Musée Tiskiwi n Marrakech

Musée Tiskiwin is a small museum that is housed in a raid that was once owned by the Dutch anthropologist Bert Flint who was a collector of North African art The Bert Flint Museum (Tiskiwin) was born out of Bert Flint’s passion. After his art history studies.

84. MACAAL Museum in Marrakesh

If you are underrated in the african Culture Le Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain Al Maaden (MACAAL) de Marrakech est un musée d’art contemporain indépendant à but non lucratif. L’un des premiers du genre sur le continent.

85. Villa of Arts Museum in Casablanca

The Villa des Arts is a contemporary art museum in Casablanca, the villa is a beautiful art deco villa dating from 1934, this small gallery is operated by the nonprofit Foundation ONA. 

86. Matisse Art Gallery in Marrakech

Launched in 1999, the Matisse Art Gallery is one of the oldest galleries in Marrakech,This Sydney-exclusive exhibition offers an extraordinary immersion in the range and depth of the art of Henri Matisse, one of the world’s most beloved

87. Galerie d’art Damgaard in Essaouira

Essaouira has a vibrant art scene, and this excellent gallery showcases the best of the Gnaou culture’s artists. Galerie Damgaard is one of Essaouira´s cultural icons, known in European art circles as the home of the Essaouira school of painting.

Foodies Things To Do In Morocco

88. Couscous

Tasting the Moroccan food are the best things to do in Morocco, and Couscous is typically served on Fridays at noon and is meant to be shared among family members after the daily Friday prayers. Aubergine, courgette, carrots, pumpkin, potatoes, onions, and cabbage are the seven veggies that make up the topping. Caramelized onions, chickpeas, and either meat or chicken are also added. A glass of Leben is frequently offered with couscous (fermented milk).

89. Moroccan Tajine

The varieties range from lemon chicken tajine with green olives to Kefta (meatballs) with eggs. In the Atlas Mountains, a Berber tajine prepared with in-season vegetables includes peas, zucchini, tomatoes, and potatoes and perhaps chicken or beef hidden beneath the mountain of vegetables. A pure delight when scooped up with fresh bread.

90. Taste the most Iconic dishes Pastilla

This savory-sweet delicacy is a specialty of the Fez region and is frequently served during wedding celebrations and special events. Flaky pastry is packed with pigeon and almonds and flavored with a range of spices including saffron and cinnamon.

91. Moroccan Tangia

Tanjia, a delicacy of Marrakech, is made either at home (traditionally by men) or by the neighborhood butcher, who simmers the braise over the same embers that heat the neighborhood hammams. prepared using a combination of spices, preserved lemons, and beef, lamb, or fowl

92. Mechoui

An entire lamb is slowly roasted (sometimes overnight) in an underground oven over coals until it is falling off the bone. The soft Mechoui, a dish frequently served at weddings, is perfectly seasoned with cumin and a dash of salt.

93. Sardines

Assembled into a tajine with tomato sauce and served with fresh bread, or barbecued at a neighborhood barbecue in Essaouira and savored outdoors with fresh tomato, onion, and pepper salad. Grab a sardine Kefta sandwich wrapped in a loaf of bread from a little unassuming store near the medina for a fast snack. Fresh sardines are equally accessible as tinned ones in the Safi region, where this is a significant industry. Verify the freshness of any sardines cooked on the street.

94. Lhalwa (Cookies)

A vacation to Morocco wouldn’t be complete without trying some of the best-handcrafted pastries produced with ingredients like rosewater, almond paste, orange blossom water, and other premium components. Try Gazelle Hortons with a cup of mint tea for an afternoon treat, or Chebakiya pastries with a bowl of Harira (vegetable soup) for a really local experience. Small bakeries dotted around the medina in Essaouira sell delicious pastries, while Al Jawda and Patisserie de Prince in Marrakech offer a wide variety.

95. Moroccan Dates and Nuts

Dates are abundantly farmed in southern Morocco, whereas almonds and walnuts are gathered and roasted locally in the Atlas Mountain regions where there are many nut trees. Locals climb date palms during the fall harvest to shake the fruit to the ground. Although there are many dried fruit, nut, and date businesses spread out around the nation, the finest spot to sample dates is in Rissani at the dating market. There are frequent samples of dried figs and apricots available in the tiny shops.


These tasty kebabs are rubbed in salt and spices and can be found in a lot of the markets. You can get chicken, lamb, or beef and the enormous clouds of smoke make for great photos.


Zalouk (also spelled zaalouk) is a common side dish and typically served with crusty bread. The spread is made with eggplants, tomatoes, garlic, olive oil and spices.


Harira is basically a Moroccan lentil soup usually served as a starter or used during Ramadan to break the fast at dusk.


This crusty bread is typically baked in communal wood-fired ovens and served with a lot of meals. Also, be sure to check out all the other breads in Morocco, like the harcha (a buttery bread), rghaif (a flaky flat bread), or baghira (spongy crumpet). Yes, give me all the carbs!


During the festival of Eid al-Adha, everyone slaughters a sheep and then steams the head for hours. You can typically purchase a half or whole head and enjoy it with cumin, salt, and chili. The whole head is edible, but the best parts are the tender cheek meat and tongue. Would you try it?


Everyone has his or her own version of mint tea, which is the drink of choice in Morocco. It’s a green tea base with lots of mint leaves and sugar.

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