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POPULATION 36 million
CAPITAL Rabat
LANGUAGE Arabic; Berber; French
CURRENCY Moroccan Dirham
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1

Officially known as the Kingdom of Morocco, it’s settled across the Strait of Gibraltar on the Mediterranean and looks out on the Atlantic from the northwest shoulder of Africa. It has a population of over 36 million and with a diverse culture and Arabic as its official language. The country is the gateway to Africa and is visited by many tourists throughout the year for its ancient cities, impressive mountain ranges and for the many adventures the country has to offer.

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Morocco, A marvelous travel for the Halal Tourist

Morocco, A marvelous travel for the Halal Tourist

With deep-rooted Islamic History and scenic landscapes we don’t see why Morocco shouldn’t make Morocco a part of your next holiday as a Halal traveler. Morocco is primarily a Muslim country and therefore you’re assured of a trouble-free holiday with Halal-friendly restaurants, accommodation, mosques and plenty of places to explore. Often called as the jewel in the Middle East, Morocco is a must-visit destination by all traveler alike and as for the Muslim traveler, read on to find out why Morocco is ought to be an adventure of a lifetime for you and your family.

Halal-friendly stays for an Authentic Moroccan experience

Halal-friendly stays for an Authentic Moroccan experience

A Riad which is a Moroccan house or palace is most recommended to stay in Morocco as it offers a true Moroccan experience housing three or four rooms that are affordable with pool or a plunge pool, a dedicated cook and if you prefer you can book the entire Riad to yourself. Le Riad Yasmine is a stunning place settled in Marrakech offering comfortable accommodation, breakfasts served on the rooftop with the backdrops of the Atlas Mountains and Mint Tea in the evening by the pool lounge. Riad Fes Maya Suite and Spa is another option in Fes El Bali which is located close to the Street Markets and Shopping centres. You can also stay in the Dar Echchaouen with their faultless service and stunningly designed spaces located in Medina. You will be treated like royalty with splendid surroundings from every corner in most of the places throughout Morocco and all of these options are Halal-friendly stays.

Family-friendly attractions and places to visit

Family-friendly attractions and places to visit

If you’re looking for places to explore and indulge in various experiences then you’re in for a treat in Morocco. There are plenty of Spas and Hammams separated by gender and are easily accommodated. Chefchaouen or Chaouen known as a little gem in Morocco is not to be missed with flamboyant houses and streets painted in different shades and you ought to carry your cameras with you to capture instagrammable photographs. You can also take up a half-day trek which begins in Chefchaouen and travel through the local village of Jevel El Kelaa and witness majestic Mediterranean Sea. Another interesting place is the Djemma El Fna, a large marketplace which turns in to an entertainment hub by night. You get a plethora of cafes, restaurants, henna artists and performers in the streets. Few of the other historic landmarks that might be of interest to the Halal Traveler may be the Palace Djemaa El Fna, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs, Dar Si Said Museum and the Museum of Islamic Art.

Historic mosques and places of worship

Historic mosques and places of worship

The majestic Hassan II mosque in Casablanca is one of the largest mosques in the world which has taken five years to construct which houses a stunning courtyard. Koutoubia Mosque is a famous mosque in Marrakech which showcases designs from 12th and 13th centuries and are constructed with pinkish-red stone and green tiling. Tin Mal Mosque, a large mosque back to the 1100s, Great Mosque of Taza settled between Rif Mountains, Middle Atlas Mountains and the Great Mosque of Larache with impeccable architecture are also amongst the must-visit mosques. So calling all the Halal travelers to explore, retrace roots of royalty and feast like kings and queens in the stunning destination of Morocco as part of your next holiday.

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CHANGING YOUR TRAVEL DUE TO COVID-19

First and foremost, our hearts are with those who have been affected by COVID-19.

As part of the global travel community, it is with difficulty that we have to inform that the Maldives has ceased granting, on-arrival visa to tourists as a precautionary measure to safeguard public health and safety as of the 25th of March 2020.

We continue to monitor the public health situation and work closely with our partner resorts to ensure the safety and security of our guests.

To help you book with confidence, Halal Abroad provides you the following:

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We will continue to monitor the events unfolding and keep you updated on how soon you can visit the Maldives again.

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