Covid-19: Morocco, the World Safest Destination (Travel Daily News)

Morocco tops the list of the world’s safest places to travel on holiday as the coronavirus pandemic starts wearing off globally, says the travel & tourism website “Travel daily News”.

In a story titled “Where to head to on holidays the post covid-19 pandemic”, the author says the majority of the surveyed travelers are having Morocco on their bucket list due to its health safety measures, “wonderful nature, coast line & mountains” besides its breathtaking Sahara desert.

In Morocco, which comes up the preferred destination for holiday-makers, a tourist can choose between the High Atlas Mountains, or Rif Mountains where he can hike or trek among nature, says the online magazine.

The North African Kingdom offers travelers the possibility to surf or swim in the water in Essaouira. They can also surf in the dunes, trek on camels or just enjoy a night out in the Sahara desert in camps, adds the Travel daily News.

Tourists can visit Morocco’s major popular cities such as Marrakesh for souvenir hunting, Casablanca which has featured in many Hollywood movies or Fez for walking along the maze like lanes and admiring its architecture.

Ouzoud Waterfalls is the second tallest waterfall in the whole of the African continent. It is one of the most famous spots in Morocco and tourists from the world over come and visit the waterfalls, says the Travel web site.

While in Morocco, tourists can also visit the caves of Hercules. This popular archeological cave complex is located at Cape Spartel in the North of the Kingdom.
The cave has two openings, one on the sea side, known as the Map of Africa, while the other on the land side. The Legend says that Hercules, the Roman God stayed and slept in the cave before he did his 11th labor (getting apples from the Hesperides garden). Hercules had to do 12 labors which the King had ordered.

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