Scale 1:1,000,000. Size 26"x38". National Geographic edition. National Geographic's Morocco Adventure Map is designed to meet the unique needs of adventure travelers—detailed, durable, and accurate. Morocco includes the locations of thousands of cities and towns with an index for easily locating them, plus a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for motorways, dual carriageways, major roadways, and more. Transportation within and beyond the country is made easier with the location of airports, airfields, railroads, ferry routes, river crossings, lighthouses, harbors, border crossings, and petrol stations. What sets National Geographic Adventure Maps apart from traditional road maps are the hundreds of points of interest that highlight the diverse, unique, and exotic destinations within Morocco. In addition to typical sites of interest such as World Heritage sites, national parks, zoos, mosques, churches, and archeological sites, this map includes Morocco’s many casbahs, and marabouts, making it invaluable to travelers hoping to experience the country’s rich history and culture. Beaches, yachting harbors, and areas popular for fishing and surfing dot Morocco’s extensive Mediterranean and Atlantic coastlines. Other recreational destinations such as ski resorts, golf courses, spas, caves, and oases are included as well.
Morocco’s northern half is shown on the front side of the map and includes the cities of Tangier, Tetouan, Fez, Rabat, Casablanca, and Marrakesh. The reverse side of the map covers the southern portion of the country and includes a large inset map of Western Sahara. Formerly Spanish Sahara, Western Sahara is a territory administered by Morocco, though the United Nations does not recognize this annexation and the territory remains in dispute.
Popular places included on the map: Tangier, Tetouan, Al Hoceima National Park, Fez, Rabat, Ifrane National Park, Casablanca, Marrakesh, Atlas Mountains, Safi, Souss-Massa National Park, Essaouira, Toubkal National Park, Errachidia, Tazekka National Park, Agadir.