With two airports to choose from the intriguing Marrakech and Agadir await their explorers. At its most Northern tip, Morocco is a country vibrant in colour and flavour.
Awash the distinctive aroma of spices, mix this with its cosmopolitan feel and bazaar style open air markets and you may be able to conjure up a picture of what the Moroccan culture truly has to offer.
The main beach resort here is Agadir with a ten-kilometer stretch of safe sandy beaches.
If you wonder into Agadir's main town there is an abundance of shops and mouthwatering eateries waiting for you to sample their wares.
Marrakech is also another popular resort here and is a city that shows travellers the true Morrocon way of life, with stunning architecture and an abundance of friendly locals.
Take a camel ride in the Sahara desert, or haggle at the local market for rugs, jewelled tiles and potteries.
For something a little more exciting try your hand at white water rafting.
Believe it or not, you can even get Pizza hut pizza in Morocco, but if you would rather opt for something different there are a huge variety of local foods to try and all at very reasonable prices.
After all, Marrakech is home to the invention of hundreds of spices, street food and exotic spice.
Tanjine (meat and veg served in a clay pot), couscous and salad are on most menus too.
You're also able to choose where you wish to eat it, at a beach side cafe bar or in a lush Moroccan restaurant.
10 year British passport is required with a minimum of 6 months validity from the date of return.