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Travel to Morocco

March 23, 2009
  Rap is far from the new kid on the block in Morocco. Morocco’s rap roots can be traced as far back to the 1980’s with the group Out-Life; this group spread throughout small Moroccan communities as an urban art. From these ...
March 23, 2009
Najat Aatabou of Berber heritage is a sensational singer who has remained firmly traditional in her use of musical instruments but forward looking in her approach towards chaabi. Aatabou has 25 albums to her name and enjoys immen...
March 24, 2009
  To view the map at the Travel Exploration site, please click here. Travel Exploration specializes in Morocco Travel. We provide Tours and travel opportunities to Morocco for the independent traveler and tailor-made tours for fa...
March 25, 2009
The Master Musicians of Jajouka  is a group led by Bachir Attar, from the village of Jajouka near Ksar-el-Kebir in the southern Rif Mountains Northern Morocco. The inhabitants of this small village are from the Ahl Sherif (R...
April 6, 2009
Morocco is known for having some of the most luxurious, Boutique riads and Hotels in the world. When planning a visit to Fes, the UNESCO World Heritage City, those who are in the know of where to stay will have their travel experi...
April 11, 2009
April 12, 2009
Stuffed with almond paste, dusted with confectionery sugar and flaking with each bite, Moroccan pastries are reserved for special occasions. Cooking is regarded as an extravagant art. Large meals are prepared for births, circumcis...
April 13, 2009
After crashing her car in Italy, Lizzi Thomson of Bristol, grabbed a pack and some friends and continued traveling. Determined to feel the rhythm of a different world she headed to Morocco. After backpacking around Europe and one ...
April 24, 2009
Moroccan carpets are famous around the world. In the West, the tightly woven beige Berber rugs are found in most modern homes, schools and offices. Although these rugs are stain resistant their dark flecks of brown and tan do not ...
April 25, 2009
Every day in Morocco potter’s hands mold the burnt orange clay, wheels turn and ceramic bowls bake in the heat. It’s a daily process. In the villages, woman head down to the river bank to dig the moist clay from the ea...
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