The lively city is a sure bet for family holidays in Morocco. The real buzz is at Djemma el Fna, the main plaza. Sit back with your family in the evening to watch the acrobats, snake charmers, storytellers, and drummers as they electrify the atmosphere. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Kids love climbing to the top of the dilapidated structures.
Situated along the Atlantic coast, Essaouira offers great villas and hotels for families to relax on the beach and pools. While surfing might be rough for young kids, they can have more fun by the poolside. The laid-back town is the closest you can get to a café culture in the country. Try new dishes, both daunting and exciting. The main breakfast items include bread, pastries, and jams. Buy cold chocolates for children. Kebabs, couscous, and tagines are readily available. Enjoy the fresh fish and bohemian feel at every spot.
This is an impressive option for little children because there are sheltered lagoons on the beaches. Summertime has perfect conditions for surfing. The surf camps here provide daily lessons for an entire family.
Explore a place of enormous palm trees, camels, sand dunes, and kasbahs. An expedition to Morocco with kids is not complete without letting them ride the camels. Along the way are palmeries and oases with fertile soil and cacti farms. For a picture-perfect atmosphere, hitch a ride at the back of the docile hump while exploring the Saharan sand dunes. Sleep under the Saharan sky and wake up to climb the sand dunes. Teenagers will enjoy rolling down the massive dunes.
For the love of outdoors, go to the Middle Atlas Mountain for a 2-6 day trek. Share the most basic facilities with your family in the deep green valleys. Mules are available to carry kids when they tire.