Morocco has 3,500 km of coastline and runs through various mountain ranges, and is characterized by an incredible variety of people and landscapes. Morocco is bounded between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean in North Africa, with Morocco crossing the fingers of the various Atlas Mountains and a single range of the Rif Mountains in the north. These characteristics give Morocco an unmatched airprint in Africa.
Morocco has rapidly become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. From Casablanca through Rabat and Tangier in the continent. From the streets of the endless blue maze of Chefchaouen to Fez, and still southward to the dunes of the desert in the Sahara; to Morocco and the quiet coastal town of Essaouira, Morocco has an abundance of valuable natural and historical assets, not to mention a rich and diverse cultural heritage.