Being one of the most beautiful countries in North Africa, Morocco is full of treasures. The amateur photographer in you will be spoiled for choice: heavenly beaches with wonderful sunsets, the imposing mountains of the High Atlas sometimes green and sometimes arid, cities rich in architectural style and a craft culture and culinary unparalleled. It is also the door to the great desert of the Sahara, huge arid area that offers varied landscapes ranging from fine sand dunes to rocky plateaus.
Before leaving, decide on the places you want to visit; and establish your itinerary, the duration of your stay and if you wish to benefit from the rent of a car to move easily in city and in all Morocco.
It will be very useful in the capital to take you from the royal palace to the Saadian Tombs, and from the Bahia Palace to the Koutoubia Mosque. With its 300 species of plants, its blue villa blending modern art and Moorish architecture, the Majorelle Garden is a place of passage required to take a beautiful colorful picture.
Casablanca, a cosmopolitan city rich in parks and colonial architecture will delight any photographer. To move easily in the city and visit the most beautiful monuments, rent a car will be a significant asset. From the sublime Place Mohamed V, go discover The Church of the Sacred Heart Gothic white stone. Do not leave the city without having taken a photo of The Great Mosque Hassan II half built on the sea, it is the largest of all Africa and certainly one of the most beautiful by its architecture and its decorations.
Make your life easier by renting a vehicle, if you have not yet taken out your car rental and you need one more argument to take the plunge, we give you three!
Take your independence and go discover the north of Morocco. Very close to the Jebel Bouhachem nature reserve, you will find the village of Chefchaouen called “The Blue Pearl”, as a good photographer that you are, browse its azure streets to achieve the perfect shot that will bring out all its palette of bruises!
To the west, towards Agadir and its paradisiacal beaches, you will be charmed by the beautiful white city of Essaouira, its lively port, and its historic ramparts seen in season 3 of the Game of Throne series.
In the south of Morocco, not far from the beautiful city of Ouarzazat, hides in the Atlas Mountains the imposing fortified city Ait-Ben-Haddou which demonstrates all the wealth of southern Moroccan architecture pre-Saharan.
Do not leave the country without taking a trip to Jemaa el-Fna square in the center of Marrakech. Filled with small restaurants, you will find many typical Moroccan culinary delights to devour. Then enter the adjacent streets of the souk, you will take full eyes.
Do not hesitate and go to Morocco, wonder and good memories guaranteed.