Morocco Honeymoon from New York: Escape to North Africa!
Morocco Honeymoon from New York

Morocco is a perfect destination for you if you want to experience a country that is both exotic and mystical.  Located in North Africa with a coastline along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea along with an exquisite mountain range and a portion of the Sahara Desert, it is a favorite for honeymooners.  Morocco is also known for its stunning architecture, and rich culture.

It is also known for its delicious cuisine.  Seasoned with herbs and spices native to Morocco, such as saffron and cumin, it has earned a reputation for incredible food.

Here are some of the well-known spots to visit while on a Morocco Honeymoon from New York.

Visit the Jemaa el Fna Square in Marrakesh

It’s a great place to explore—and an even better place for people-watching. The Square is open every day from sunrise to sunset with musicians and entertainers, and in the evening, there are dancers and numerous food stalls.  If you want to have a leisurely meal, there are many in the area and you can pick one overlooking the Square and watch the activity from there.

Relax on the beach in Essaouira

Essaouira is a small town on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, known for its relaxed atmosphere and beautiful beaches.  It is also the windsurfing capital of Morocco.  It is rich in history, and you can explore the fortress built by the Portuguese in the 16th Century.

In addition to its natural beauty and relaxed vibe, Essaouira offers plenty of activities for visitors: windsurfing lessons on the beach, boat tours around the bay, and camel rides in the surf.  So, when you are on a Morocco Honeymoon from New York, you will have a choice of things to do in Essaouira.

Spend the night in a Luxury Camp in the Sahara Desert

Ride a camel to your camp in the Sahara Desert.  Watch the sunset and have dinner under the stars on the edge of a sand dune and then spend the night in a luxury tent.  Wake up to the sun rising over the dunes!

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