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.: BRIEF GUIDE TO MOROCCO, MAURITANIA AND SENEGAL :.
MOROCCO MAURITANIA SENEGAL
Morocco
Name: Morocco (المغرب‎, al-Maġrib)
Officially the Kingdom of Morocco.
Population: about 32 million
Area: 447,000 km2 (173,000 sq mi)
Capital: Rabat
Language: Arabic (official), Berber, French (widely used, road signs)
Religion: Islam (98.5%)
Money: Dirham(=100 centimes)
Dialing Code: +212
A trekker's paradise with four magnificent ranges of the Atlas mountains, Morocco also harbours the urban adventures of Fes and Marrakesh, cities that entrance the soul with their serpentine alleyways and arabesque skylines.
Morocco is in many ways a country apart. It nestles on the north-western tip of Africa, separated from the rest of the continent by the towering Atlas Mountains and by the Sahara itself. Its climate, geography, and history are all more closely related to the Mediterranean than to the rest of Africa, and for this reason visitors are often struck by the odd sensation of having not quite reached Africa in Morocco. In the north, its fine beaches, lush highland valleys, and evocative old cities reinforce this impression. Yet, as one moves south and east, into and over the starkly beautiful ranges of the Atlases, Morocco's Mediterranean character melts away like a mirage. The Sahara stretches out to the horizon, and forbidding casbah stare.
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CLIMATE:
The climate in Morocco is reliably dry, although small amounts of rain do fall between November and March. Temperature varies considerably by season and locale. While the southern and southeastern desert regions can reach extremely high temperatures during the hot summer months, the higher altitudes of the mountains are cool in summer evenings and freezing in winter. Most travellers find the early summer months to be the most comfortable time to visit, as rain is not a threat and temperatures are warm during the day and pleasantly cool at night.

GEOGRAPHY:
The terrain in Morocco is very diverse and beautiful. You can find high mountains and large natural parks as well as oasis, lakes, wonderful beaches, but also desert dunes and lunar granite landscapes.

Morocco's varied geography includes no less than four separate mountain ranges, in addition to lush river valleys, beautiful sandy coasts, and wide expanses of desert. The three most prominent mountain ranges, which run parallel to each other from the southwest to the northeast, are the Middle Atlas, the High Atlas, and the Anti-Atlas. The ascent of the country's highest peak, Jebel Toukbal (13,665 ft./4,165 m.), is a spectacular and not particularly difficult High Atlas trek. The Moroccan coastline, which fronts onto both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, offers plenty of great beaches as well as a number of fascinating old coastal cities. In the southeast, Morocco's mountain ranges yield inexorably to the desolate expanse of the Sahara. The rivers that flow down this side of the High Atlas support long, narrow, and lush river valleys that resemble linear oases.
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