Morocco is one of the topmost destinations in the world. Located in the northwest Africa, 15 km south of Spain. The country is divided into three natural regions; the fertile northern coastal plaint along the Mediterranean which contains Er Rif, mountains varying in elevation up to about 8,000 ft; the rich plateaus and lowlands lying between the rugged Atlas mountains, which extend in three parallel ranges from the Atlantic coast in the southwest to Algeria and the Mediterranean in the northeast; and the semiarid area in southern and eastern Morocco, which merges into the Sahara Desert. The Atlas Mountains, with an average elevation of 11,000 ft, contain some of the highest peaks of North Africa, including Mt. Toubkal (13,665 ft), the highest of all. South of the Atlas lies the Anti-Atlas Mountains, with volcanic Mt. Siroua (10,000 ft). Visitors love the Mediterranean climate, the long and wide beaches, and the beautiful weather all year round. You can enjoy the historical sites and walk through mountains or bustling Moroccan markets. Morocco is also known for its delicacies; the local cuisines are a mix of Spanish, Corsican, Moorish, Portuguese, Berber, African, and Mediterranean. The people in Morocco are very kind and welcoming with great hospitality. The travelers who love adventure can participate in camel rides or sand bathing through Sahara Desert, trekking and climbing, skiing or snowboarding in Atlas Mountains, Atlantic Ocean surfing, Mediterranean Sea snorkeling, rivers kayaking, and much more. Morocco is a beautiful country with a much diversified rich landscape, culture, history, architecture and traditions, a wonderful ways of celebrations differently from city to city.