1st University in the world

The University of al-Qarawiyyin, located in Fes, Morocco, is recognized as the oldest existing and continually operating degree-granting educational institution in the world. It was founded by Fatima al-Fihri in 859 AD.

2 Oceans

Morocco is bordered by two major bodies of water, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the north.

3rd Most Attractive Tourist Destination in Africa

4 Imperial Cities

Morocco is home to four unique imperial cities - Marrakech, Fes, Rabat, and Meknes. These cities were once the capitals of different dynasties in Moroccan history and are known for their rich cultural and historical heritage.

4 Mountain Ranges

Morocco is home to four major mountain ranges: the Atlas Mountains, Rif Mountains, Anti-Atlas Mountains, and the Middle Atlas Mountains.

9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Morocco boasts seven cultural and natural sites on the UNESCO World Heritage list, showcasing its historical, architectural, and natural treasures.

11th Century Architecture

The historic city of Marrakech is renowned for its preserved 11th-century architecture, including the Koutoubia Mosque.

Over 35,000 Square Kilometers of Forests

Approximately 35,000 square kilometers of Morocco are covered by forests, offering scenic natural beauty.

1,140 Miles of Coastline

Morocco's coastline stretches for approximately 1,140 miles (1,835 kilometers), offering a wide variety of beach experiences.

Over 7 Million Tourists Annually

Morocco welcomes over 7 million tourists from around the world every year, making it a popular travel destination.

Over 300 Days of Sunshine

Many regions of Morocco enjoy over 300 days of sunshine a year, making it a year-round destination for travelers seeking warmth and clear skies.