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The Moroccan Expedition for Singles


Mention the word Morocco and the word that first comes to mind is “exotic”. The Kingdom of Morocco is a magnificent richly-colored oasis that sparkles like a gem amidst sand dunes and high mountains. This country boasts of rugged coastlines, lakes, the sea, and of course, the mighty Sahara! There’s a lot in store for the adventurous single traveller in Morocco!


Morocco is both serene and bustling. With fine vista and rich culture, it is perfect for holidays for singles. Morocco features interesting attractions to keep everyone engaged – and yes, ladies, there’s shopping in Morocco!




Tangier is a fascinating city that sits at the intersection where Europe meets Africa. Single travellers will especially adore this place as it offers lyrical landscapes set against the backdrop of unspoiled beaches. The city is seemingly enveloped in an aura of exotic mystery.


Aside from Tangier’s friendly people and rich history, the city boasts of many interesting sites. You can take a stroll by the beach or visit their more popular tourist attractions like the Kasbah, The American Legation Museum, the Teatro Cervantes, to name a few. You will have a sensational time if you’re travelling their as a single. And when the tour is over, you can sit back, relax, drink mint tea in one of the cafés, and enjoy the view of the ocean.




Singles travel for many different reasons and often times, to take a momentary respite from monotony of daily routine. Enter Fez, the oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities. And just like Jerusalem, Fez is famed for its ancient walled city and many would agree that it’s the best-preserved old city in the Arab world.


Fez can be overwhelming, but in a good way. To really experience exotic Morocco, you need to immerse yourself in the medina of Fès el-Bali, which is said to be the world’s largest Islamic medieval city. The medina is a labyrinthine wonderland with extensive dye pits and tanneries, bazaars and restaurants, mosques and schools, and shops that offer textiles, ceramics, leather goods, and a lot more! It’s literally a feast for the senses! Fez is simply magical.




Touted as the queen of Morocco’s tourism, Marrakesh does not disappoint. Snow-capped Atlas Mountains and the mighty Sahara Desert frame the city’s striking landscape of stark contrast. And that’s not only contradiction in Marrakesh; the city divided into two parts: the historical city that is Medina, and the modern district of Gueliz.


Leave your sense of direction behind and lose yourself in a city that’s jam-packed with things to do and sites to see. The beauty of Marrakesh is in its intricacy. When one steps into Marrakesh, one is immediately engulfed in a sense that is almost carnivalesque in a way. You can never be prepared for the experience. From its snake-charmers, to the convoluted alleyways, turbaned potion masters, the myriad historical and architectural marvels that dot the city, to the explosion of colors in its souks, Marrakesh is a dream travel for singles who are raring to go on new adventure.




No, we’re not talking about the movie but a sprawling metropolis that’s the largest in Morocco. Casablanca may not be as exotic as the other cities, but if you want to switch gears from your Moroccan adventure, Casablanca is definitely the place to be and it’s nothing short of splendid. It has the modern conveniences necessary when singles travel. However, there are more things to do in Casablanca than just switch planes.


Casablanca is the industrial and economic hub of Morocco. The most liberal of the Moroccan cities, Casablanca emits a cosmopolitan vibe that exemplifies Morocco’s thrust into the future. Casablanca is Morocco on the move. Despite of that, it has preserved its cultural heritage as manifested by the Hispano-Moorish, art-deco attractions, such as the King Hassan II Mosque, the Old Medina, and The Corniche, among others. And don’t forget to experience Turkish Baths in Casablanca!




Rabat moves through time in an unhurried, relaxed pace. Rabat is the capital city of Morocco where most foreign embassies are located. The city features chic tree-lined boulevards and impressive buildings. There are so many things to do and a lot of sites to see in Rabat. To name a few, you can visit the Kasbah of the Oudaias, the Hassan Tower and the Royal Mausoleum, the Old Medina, the Chellah or the old city, the National Archaeological Museum, and the Royal Palace.


Truly, Morocco is magical. And it is definitely as a dream destination for single travellers.





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Encounter Travel provides holidays for solo travellers. Since 2006 we've been creating tour, cruise and resort packages for solo travellers that like to share their travel experiences. Visiting destinations across Australia and around the globe our holidays include short tropical escapes, leisurely touring, cruises and active walking trips.   

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