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December 3, 2008
Before visiting Morocco make sure to understand the weather and climate. Morocco is often referred to as a cold country with a hot sun. Summers in Morocco are exceptionally hot and winters can be chill to the bone. Morocco’s r...
February 15, 2009
One Week in Morocco can be just as magical as a lengthy stay. The aroma of fresh spices sifting through the air, kebabs sizzling over an open flame, Berber carpets being unraveled at the market place, snakes in Djemaa Le Fna Squar...
August 12, 2010
How does the Ramadan fast affect tourists traveling to the Imperial Cities, the Sahara Desert and other regions of Morocco during this high holy holiday? Can tourists eat or drink in public during Ramadan? This article should cle...
October 10, 2014
Essaouira is a sea-side medieval town. This charming artist colony boasts lovely white-washed and blue-shuttered houses, colonnades, and traditional thuya wood workshops along with art galleries. Essaouira is one of the best shopp...
October 9, 2014
Marrakech’s new city of Gueliz is often referred to as “Little Paris.” Guliz was once the former town of the French protectorate and boasts historic Art Deco architecture. Gueliz has blossomed into an art mecca ...
June 18, 2016
In the spring and summer of 1995 the writer and filmmaker Pierre Guicheney, the ethnologist Viviana Paquew and photographer Jean-Luc Manaud produced for the French edition of Geo Magazine a report on Gnawa and Aissawa rituals and ...
February 7, 2019
The Moroccan Sahara Desert has been deeply admired for centuries given it’s remote location and its undulating high sand dunes. The Sahara Desert has historically attracted travelers searching for a far off place to engage with ...
February 22, 2019
Moroco Travel Blog and our team are pleased to present the Live Events, Art Forum & Music Highlights for 1-54 Marrakech Contemporary African Art Fair 2019. The 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair reflects the diversity of artis...
February 23, 2019
Marrakech, affectionately referred to as the “the Daughter of the Desert,” has become a cultural melting pot where the antiquated world of Kasbah culture meets modern day life. Contemporary Moroccan fashion and Moorish design...
April 3, 2019
Tangier, referred to as “The Bride of the North” has long been a romantic haven frequented by artists, beat poets and writers who arrived on North African shores from the 1920’s – 1960’s seeking an exotic adventure i...
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