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Morocco Travel Blog

Morocco Travel Blog

Morocco

Morocco is a magical place, with a magnificent mix of cultures that make it the ideal stepping stone between Mediterranean Spain and Sub-Saharan Africa. Discover French influences in the bustling cafe culture, delectable pastries, and coffee, as well as its Middle-Eastern allure. The gorgeous desert vistas, fascinating souks, and majestic mosques are all evidence of this 

Surprising Surprises

Morocco Travel Blog offers everything a visitor would expect from a country that borders both the Atlantic and Saharan coasts. Stunning cliffs are home to attractive white and blue colored communities, as well as tremendous waves, making it a surfer’s dream. Meanwhile, in the Sahara, marvel at the stunning red and orange sand dunes and shimmering palm oasis. Both are complemented by charming sandcastle-style homes and crystal-clear night sky ideal for stargazing. The Atlas Mountains, on the other hand, are the greatest surprise. Discover a spectacular mountain range for snowsports enthusiasts that is surprisingly near to the stunning Sahara Desert.

Cities that are stimulating

There are fresh and intriguing discoveries in every city. Whether it’s navigating maze-like alleyways, haggling for stunning multi-colored fabrics and glistening lanterns, or reclining cross-legged over a boiling hot tagine, there’s something for everyone. Walkthrough snake charmer squares or rest in opulent riads in Marrakech, Africa’s ‘city of culture.’ Admire the stunning ultramarine colored mansions in Chefchaouen, and explore the wonderful Medina in Fes. Morocco’s marvels are waiting for you!

Erg Chebbi

Erg Chebbi sand dunes Merzouga

These are Morocco’s most accessible Erg Chebbi Merzouga Sahara hills, but they’re not easy to squeeze into a quick trip. They’re roughly a 10-hour drive from Fez and at least as long from Marrakesh, so you’ll need at least a … Read More

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Bread in Morocco

Bread in Morocco a cookbook with recipes

I’ve always had a bread fixation, and it’s been interesting to learn about the many sorts of bread available in Morocco throughout the years. While most people associate Moroccan cuisine with couscous or tajine, I believe it is bread that … Read More

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Moroccan teapot

Moroccan teapot

A fresh cup of mint tea served in Morocco has a certain allure. It is more than simply a cup of tea; it is a whole experience. The characteristic Moroccan teapot that your tea comes in is something you’ll notice … Read More

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things to do in Marrakech

Top things to do in Marrakech

Marrakech, the Imperial City Marrakech is the most famous of the imperial cities in Morocco, founded in 1062, is a lively and fascinating city fullof history, art, colors, aromas with a wonderful medina.It is not essential to have a guide … Read More

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Atlas Mountains Morocco

Atlas Mountains Morocco

The Atlas Mountains in Morocco It’s correct that when we think of Morocco, we think of the desert, even though mountains cover more than two-thirds of the country. The High Atlas, Middle Atlas, Anti Atlas, and the Rif are the … Read More

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Morocco New Year's Eve

Morocco New Year’s Eve The Best Places to Celebrate

The word “festival,” as it is understood across the world Morocco New Year’s Eve, simply refers to an expression of significance and delight associated with a symbol of a social, religious, political, or national event. Various groups of people meet … Read More

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Moroccan Coffee

Moroccan Coffee: Everything You Need to Know

Moroccan drink coffee as well as the wonderful and extremely calming mint tea that the country is renowned for. However, there aren’t as many coffee shops as there are in other countries, owing to the fact that Moroccans don’t drink … Read More

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overnight camel trekking merzouga

Moroccan Mint Tea

It’s difficult to obtain an authentic Moroccan mint tea recipe. If you looking for genuine and traditional recipes on Google, you’d undoubtedly come across hundreds of them. Regrettably, most of them are not. Prepare to experience a culinary surprise in … Read More

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Moroccan jewelry

Moroccan jewelry

Moroccan jewelry has always been a favorite of mine since I was a youngster. I used to go shopping with my mother in Medina, our city’s central district, for real Moroccan jewelry. Checking new and antique jewelry arrivals and acquiring … Read More

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Berber Amazigh New Year

Berber Amazigh New Year celebration

Id Yennayer is the Berber Amazigh New Year celebration, the first day of the Amazigh (Berber) agricultural calendar, which falls on January 12th in Morocco. The Imazighen Berber New Year festivities will take place on Tuesday this year. Id Yennayer … Read More

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Moroccan words

Important Moroccan words to know

Learn the simple Moroccan words phrases “Hello” and “Thank you” throughout your stay in Morocco. They will come in handy in a variety of scenarios. Several languages. Morocco has two official languages: Arabic and Amazigh, both of which are spoken … Read More

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