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Map of Morocco

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Map of Morocco  - A Detailed Map of the Country of Morocco
The Kingdom of Morocco is a country located in North Africa on the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts sharing international borders with Algeria, Mauritania, and Spain via the Strait of Gibraltar and the Spanish autonomous cities of Ceuta and Meilliain. Morocco is a country full of exotic locales and wondrous treasures for travelers who desire to see North Africa and explore a moderate Muslim country with a welcoming culture, a wide array of natural beauty, and a vast wealth of history. Few countries match the Destination of Morocco. With its iconic monuments, UNESCO Heritage Sites, Majestic Gardens High Atlas Mountains, Coastal regions and a grand Sahara Desert. You are guranteed to discover the Splendors of Morocco.
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Airports in Morocco:
Flight times are 7½ hours from the New York, 1 hour from Madrid, and 3 hours from Paris. Morocco has twelve international airports: Agadir, AI Hoceima, Casblanca, Dakhla, Fes, Laâyoune, Marrakech, Ouarzazate, Oujda, Rabat, Tangier, and Tetouan.Royal Air Maroc, Delta and other leading international and charter airlines provide fast and regular services from major cities in Europe, North America and the Middle East.
Moroccan Topography:
Morocco is well situated on the far northwestern corner of Africa and has an expansive shoreline that stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Straight of Gibraltar.  The majority of the Moroccan coastline borders the Altantic Ocean with the tip of the country in the Tangier - Tetouan region (near Spain) down to the Eastern border of Algeria, bordering the Mediterranean Ocean. The topography of Morocco is varied. Travelers to Morocco can expect to discover a wide variety of scenery as the country has mountainous interiors in the North (Chefchoueun, Tangier, Tetouan) extrmely fertile agricultural regions (Coasta area of Agadir, Souss Valley and Fes) to an arid and dry climate inland towards the Sahara Desert region (Draa Valley Region, Zagora, Merzouga and Erg Chegaga) and green Valleys (Dades & Todra).
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The Map of Morocco feataured has red points (spots) which are desginated Imperial Cities and Towns in Morocco. By clickong on the red point you will be taken to that cities tour. For example, by clicking on the city of Marrakech, you will be taken to our Marrakech Tour page, by clicking on the city of Fes, you will be taken to our Fes Tour page. Our Map of Morocco is easy to navitage. If you are intersted in finding out more about how to map a private Morocco Tour you can folllow the steps below. 
Getting Around Morocco:
Public Transportation:
Getting around Morocco is straightforward in terms of there being a good public transportation system that links the Imperial Cities and some rural regions together. The combination of trains, buses and local taxi's are availabible year round. For travelers who don't want wish to use public transportation as part of their visit what is highly reocmmended is to connsider highering a private driver or a travel agency that will provide luxury transportation and a detailed itinerary to enable your trip to be a seamless one.
Private Transportation/ By Car:
For travelers that want to tour Morocco and site see it is recommended to go by private car. Private Morocco Tours are offered by car (Viano, H-1, Land Cruiser, Minibus) and allow travelers to have an insiders view of the country. For desert exploration a 4x4 travel by landcruiser is higly recommended.
The national carrier of Morocco is called Royal Air Maroc *RAM. It is the main domestic airline with the main hub being located in Casablanca. RAM also offers Internaitonal flights to the USA most European cities and the MENA region. RAM also offers domestic fights within Morocco to Tangier, Nadour, Oujda, Fes, Errachidia, Marrakech, Essaouira, Agadir, Laayoune and Dakhla. Flights generally run daily for Marrakech yet the other cities have only bi-weekly flights therefore it is recommended to consider private transportation instead of internal flights if you are spending less then 3 weeks in Morocco.


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