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Morocco — Whether you land in cosmopolitan Casablanca or sail into the edgy port city of Tangier after the short ferry ride from Spain, few countries greet you with Morocco’s exotic punch. From the heady cocktail of spices in the souks (markets) to the winding alleys of the ancient medina quarters and the seeming limitlessness of the Sahara sand dunes, every corner of this North African country incites awe.

Why Go

For the mix of wild (the mountain ranges, the medinas) and restrained (the mosques, the Islamic code).

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“Take regular transport rather than tourist buses – it's cheaper and you'll get to mix and mingle with the locals.”

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