Oman is my favourite country to visit in the whole world! I can’t even say why. It just calls me again and again. There are so many places to visit in Oman that even after spending a total of almost 5 weeks in the country, there is still much more for me to see.
My bucket list is all about experiences and not so much about places.
There are myriads of tours to the Sahara Desert in Morocco. And as it is a fascinating place, you should definitely go and see it. But, how to find the right tour for you?
Morocco is a big country, with a very diverse geography. So it is hard to say when there is the best weather to visit Morocco. It really depends on where you want to go and what you want to do.
A great place to visit from Amman are the so-called desert castles in the east. The title is a bit misleading, as they have not been home to kings or queens. They actually all had different purposes in the past; weekend home for the wealthy, motel-type accommodation for camel caravans or fortress during the war.
Most tourists only stay one night in Wadi Rum, but that doesn’t do this UNESCO World Heritage Site justice. There is really a lot to discover. I hiked up two mountains, rode a camel for half a day and took a jeep tour to the most popular sights in Wadi Rum.
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Morocco is a paradise for adventurous travellers! Most of the country is still rugged, untouched terrain, offering many off the beaten path experiences. From the Atlantic to the Atlas Mountains all the way down to the Sahara Desert you can find adventurous things to do.
There are 4 Imperial Cities in Morocco, cities that have once been the home of the ruling royal family. Fes, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat, all very different from each other and well worth a visit.
The majority of Moroccan travellers plan to visit the Sahara, the largest hot desert in the world. And nowhere is the desert more accessible than here in Morocco.…