For the foodies: Casablanca
Casablanca is one of the perfect places in Morocco to try different types of foods in different scenes. At some point, you might try out Indian at Indian Palace in the neighborhood of Maarif, and the next hour you can be eating a veggie toast at one of the most hipster cafés in town, Bondi Coffee Kitchen. The good thing about Casablanca is that it is very diverse, people like trying new dishes from other countries, and you will find the most delicious Moroccan cuisine here.
For the adventurous hikers: Taghia
Taghia is a tiny little village located in the High Atlas Mountains, and it has been compared to the Yosemite in North America, due to the level of difficulty faced when hiking to the village, since no cars can go past Zaouiat Ahansal, a village with less altitude. But don’t worry, because if you ever get tired, you can hop on a donkey to finish your long adventure.
For the snow lovers: Oukaimeden
This is one of the top destinations for snow in Morocco, the other one being Ifrane, near Fez. Oukaimeden is located near Marrakech and if you are into skiing this is definitely the place to visit, as you will find over 20 ski slopes and of course, lots of snow to play in, build snowmen and more. Here, you will also be able to enjoy some of the most delicious and warm tagines that are made by traditional Moroccan women on the mountains.
For the sun-kissed bunnies: Dakhla
Dakhla is truly one of the most magical places in Morocco, as it is closer to neighboring countries than any Moroccan city! This place was occupied by the Spanish and you can still feel their influence on the town, cuisine, and people, but the most popular thing about Dakhla is that it has breathtaking landscapes, especially the beach, since warm weather is present all year long. At this time of year, it is an average of 20 °C (68 °F) in Dakhla.
For the nature lovers: Paradise Valley
This absolutely gorgeous valley is located about 60 Kilometers from Agadir; it has natural blue pools, limestone gorges, and mesmerizing waterfalls in the Moroccan countryside. Paradise Valley is a very popular attraction among tourists, especially in the summertime, when you will find a good number of people swimming by the waterfall. After the hike, swim, and photographs, you can sit and enjoy a delicious Moroccan tagine under the hot sun.