A Love Letter to Morocco

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Morocco is renowned for its vibrant culture, rich history, and stunning landscapes. From the bustling markets of Marrakech to the serene beauty of the Sahara Desert, there's something truly enchanting about this North African country.

My adventure began in Fez, where the enchanting Medina awaited. This labyrinthine world of narrow streets, bustling shops, and skilled artisans was like nothing I'd ever experienced. It was a serene form of wellbeing, where ancient traditions were cherished and protected. Engaging with the local craftsmanship was profoundly fulfilling. 

Morocco is also a land of incredible natural beauty, which encompasses a wide variety of terrain: coast, fertile plain, mountains, desert, and more. I was able to appreciate the different facets of planetary wellbeing and learned how Moroccans have managed to find a balance between the arid climate in much of the country with innovations in water management. One of the most striking natural water systems is the Todra Gorge, one of Morocco’s natural wonders. Carved out of the southern slopes of the High Atlas Mountains by millions of years of seismic activity and erosion, its cliffs tower over 500 feet over the Todra River. 

No trip to Morocco is complete without a mention of the delectable food. Moroccan cuisine is a flavor symphony that hits all the right notes. There's something deeply nourishing about Moroccan cuisine, it is about celebrating life and living in the moment especially when you indulge in it on the bustling streets. It's like a warm and comforting embrace from this generous and hospitable culture, the perfect embodiment of physical, mental, and social wellbeing.

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Sunny Gurpreet Singh

Sunny Gurpreet Singh

Entrepreneur and philanthropist bringing wellbeing to the world.
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