Most couples who chose Morocco as their honeymoon destination will tell you that the Sahara Desert provides a romantic atmosphere.
As a newly married couple, you can camp in one of the Berber tents and enjoy the sunrises and sunset views in the desert. If you need more thrill, you can try the camel trekking, which is common in the desert at any of the year, through the sand dunes.
The experience is more romantic during sunset times. If you prefer city life, you can walk through the Moroccan souks. The small and large markets in all cities sell many products including the most famous handicrafts. If you are planning for your honeymoon, here are the top places to consider. Read More : Honeymoon in Morocco
If you are keen to indulge in surface water sports, head to this beautiful Atlantic coast. Dakhla is a good destination for lovers who enjoy wind-driven sports.
To enjoy kitesurfing, wakeboarding, windsurfing or surfing, you will have to choose a date between late March and mid-September when the trade winds are blowing.
The 7km long beach features golden sands, spectacular sunsets, crystal-clear waters and it is a haven for tourists throughout the year. You will enjoy endless possibilities such as sun tanning and sunbathing, photography and fishing during your honeymoon.
Situated on the west coast of Morocco, Essaouira has been a destination for newly wedded couples. The town offers a fishing port, and stress-free medina, ensuring fresh fish each day. In the old town, you will find souvenir stalls and art shops without the selling pressure you expect in the large Moroccan cities.
The emphasis is on people watching and relaxation. Some people choose to spend their time promenading and enjoying mint tea. The beach is very large and windy, a fact that makes it ideal for water sports enthusiasts. Windsurfing and kite surfing are more popular. Read More : Taking a Honeymoon Trip to Morocco
Marrakech is a cultural hub that offers many opportunities, particularly in Place Djemaa el-Fna, which is the main square of the city. For the first time visitors, it can be disorienting to approach the clamour of this city square at night.
If you would want to explore the bustle before you join in, start your evening with a brief terrace dinner. The terrace restaurants surrounding the square specialize in traditional meals.
The city square is characterised by snake charmers and dancers. When there, you can consult the fortunetellers or walk to the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace or any of the museums.
Situated between the cities of Safi and El Jadida, Qualidia lies on the Moroccan Atlantic Coast. Its popularity rose after most people realized that it was the favourite vacation place of late Morocco’s king Hassan II, the current king, and many famous royals.
Most honeymooners choose the place due to the small town feel and the sweeping beaches. It is a stop for many birds migrating to African, and you should be ready to witness the phenomenon. The anglers supply some of the best seafood products. Read More : Morocco Honeymoon Itinerary
Tetouan was the capital of the Morocco Spanish protectorate from the year 1913 to 1956 and it has remained a unique place. Unlike many other destinations for honeymooners, this one feels more Spanish.
You will hear more Spanish than French on the streets and the architecture is Spanish in style. You can choose to remain in the city or in one of the nearby beach destinations.
Morocco has some of the amazing destinations for honeymooners. We chose five of the best to share you, but you will also find others if you need a different experience. Morocco is the most stable country in the northern part of Africa and it has been protecting its tourism infrastructure.