Tangier: Morocco’s Tourism shows the pleasure and contentment of tourists who visited Morocco in 2013. It indicates that Morocco has made a
considerable enhancement in its tourism sector.
According to the study, which emphasizes the strengths and weaknesses of Morocco’s tourism industry as of 2013, it was reported that 25%of tourists were ‘very satisfied’, 45% ‘were satisfied’ and only 2% were ‘unhappy’.
The study counted responses from visitors from different countries. Asked what impact or effect their experience in Morocco had left in their recollections. The British answered with the highest rate of contentment with their visit; approximately 80% said they had a positive impression of Morocco.
Meanwhile, most Spanish tourists opted ‘very satisfied.’ Most of the visitors said they would recommend Morocco to their friends and family.
All visitors were asked whether they would like to return to Morocco, 87% said that they either ‘really want to’ or ‘want to’ return.
In 2013, the number of tourists who visited Morocco made 10 million tourists for the first time. Rabat and Marrakesh are the chosen cities of tourists. Agadir came in at third place, being the city where visitors choose to spend their longest stay.
Italians and British spent the most money during their vacation in Morocco. The Spanish tourists spent far less. Most tourists talked about that their decision to visit Morocco was made over about one month, signifying that budget and expenditures were a consideration.