Morocco is an amazing and diverse country. Explore Morocco by van after taking a ferry to Spain. What you should see in Morocco

Looking for an experience that will tick all your boxes? A van trip in Morocco is a great way to have a memorable holiday. Search for ferry deals if you’re visiting for the first. The ferry route from Tarifa, Spain to Tangier is very popular.

Tangier’s old medina, and its port. Photo by pierivb from iStock. Getty Images

Vans are a great way for you to see Morocco, one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. Grab your camping gear, backpack and take a trip in a van. Explore some of the best places to see in Morroco by van!

The Atlas Mountains

The Atlas Mountains is the largest mountain range in Africa. The Atlas Mountains are found in Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco. However, they are most impressive and dramatic when seen from Morocco. Jebel Toubkal is the highest peak at 4167 metres (13.671 feet). Jebel Kissane is 4152 meters (13.622 feet) and Jebel Ouenat reaches 4092 meters (13.425 feet).

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Skoura, Morocco offers stunning views of the High Atlas Mountains. Photo by todamo from iStock via Getty Images

Numerous hiking trails lead through some of the world’s most stunning scenery. Hiking trails can take you through forests, deserts or valleys carved by rivers over thousands of years. Spring or autumn are the best times to visit, as temperatures will be cooler than summer. In a van, you can see the mountains at their best.

The Dunes of Merzouga

It’s hard to avoid thinking about the desert when planning your trip in a van to Morocco. Merzouga is the most popular place for sandboarding. Massive dunes that reach more than 50 metres (164 feet), surround this village in Erfoud. Tourists flock to the area in droves and on horses or camels, climbing the dunes through the golden sands.

The dunes at Merzouga in Morocco. Photo by evenfh, via iStock. Getty Images

Plan your itinerary before leaving for Morocco. Dunes of Merzouga is a must-see.

The Valleys and Waterfalls of Ouzoud

The Ouzoud Valley in Morocco is one of the prettiest valleys. The valley is situated at 2,000 metres (6561 feet) between the High Atlas Mountains, and Anti-Atlas Mountains. This area has become a popular tourist destination. Locals call Ouzoud the “door to heaven.”

Grand Atlas, Morocco. Photo by AlbertoLoyo, iStock via Getty Images

Volubilis Ruins

Volubilis, one of Morocco’s best-known archaeological sites. The site is located about four hours by car from Marrakech in Meknes. The Romans invaded Morocco in the second century BC. Their religion, language, and architecture had a significant impact on the country. The Ruins of Volubilis are a must-see during your van trip in Morocco.

Restored wall of the basilica at Volubilis Roman Ruins in Morocco. Photo by Cheryl Ramalho, iStock via Getty Images

Rabat and its Architecture

Rabat, the capital of Morocco. The city has a population over a million. Rabat was founded in the 8th century by Berbers, and then conquered by Muslims. It is now known for its historic sites and beautiful architecture. Explore the architecture of Rabat. It’s amazing!

You’ll find incredible architecture in Rabat when you visit Morocco. Photo by saiko3p from iStock. Getty Images

Van Travel to Morocco

Morocco is a country you should visit at least once during your lifetime. This is a magical country with a rich culture and history that will make it feel as if you are a part. This is a place that welcomes you to explore. Morocco is my favorite country because the people are so friendly and helpful. Get ready to travel around Morocco in a minivan! Wander With Wonder has more information on where to go in Africa, and ideas for road trips.