Visit Morocco and enjoy your own Arabian nights
“Morocco is like a tree whose roots reach deep into the African soil and whose leaves breathe in the winds of Europe,” the late king of Morocco Hassan II (1929-1999) once stated in his speech expressing a metaphor to praise the country that is both profoundly traditional and strongly drawn to the modern world. But if you expect to experience this incredible yet distant African country by merely checking at luxurious hotels in Marrakech or skimming through several pages of Saharan stories written by Sanmao (Echo Chan), you are letting the real beauty of this amazing giant tree pass you by.
Located in the northwest of Africa, Morocco has a warm subtropical climate with a summer dry season running from May to October. In winter, it gets moderate and humid, which makes it a great place to visit all year round.