People on Morocco holidays should visit the Mediterranean mountains
Travellers planning Morocco holidays may enjoy hiking across some of the north African country's most beautiful landscapes: the Rif mountain range.
Tidighin is the mountain range's highest point, with an elevation of 2,455 metres. The higher peaks of this natural formation are capped with snow in the winter months.
According to a spokesperson from Visit Morocco (the country's tourism board), travellers on Morocco holidays will find that "nature is never far away".
"Hikers of all levels will love walking the Moroccan mountains. Among the temperate peaks of the Rif mountain range, its cliffs jutting out into the Mediterranean make this under-explored region magical," the spokesperson said.
The Rif mountain range spreads from Tangier to Morocco's border with Algeria and is home to multiple separate populations of the Barbary Macaque primate and many groups of honeybees.
If people are taking Moroccan holidays, they should travel through the souks (a market particular to the Arab world) that appear in many of the country's towns and cities.