The Washington Post has featured Morocco as one of the world’s top travel destinations for the year 2023.
Citing tourism experts, the US-based media company stressed that Morocco was already emerging as a “major travel hot spot” even before the 2022 World Cup, where the Moroccan national football team made history by reaching the semi-finals of the tournament.
James Thornton, CEO of Intrepid Travel, told the Washington Post that his company believes Morocco will continue to be “incredibly popular in 2023, given the increase in flights into the destination and the ability to get out and have great experiences in one week, 10 day or two-week itineraries.”
The newspaper cited other expertise, including the vice president of experiences for Modern Adventure, who said that the company had a 53% increase in bookings compared to 2022 for Morocco.
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