The latest of many international celebrities with a sense of adventure drawn to Moroccan Sahara is Halle Berry, the first African-American actress to win an Oscar for Best Actress.
Rabat – Halle Berry posed for a photo in the middle of the eye-catching sand dunes and posted it to her Instagram profile, captioning it “Take care of your body, it’s the only place you have to live!”
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The 52-year-old actress played starring roles in several successful movies, namely in four films from X-Men series, Die Another Day, and psychological thriller crime film The Call, among others.
Berry won the 2002 Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Actress for her performance in the romantic drama film, Monster’s Ball in 2001. She is the only woman of African-American descent to have won the award.
The breathtaking valleys, beautiful palms, and the amazing sunset have all contributed to making the Moroccan desert a widely known destination.