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Category Archives: Morocco
Moroccan Sahara Tours is happy to announce that we have a house in Marrakech! Dar Basyma is a modern house with a relaxing decor. Perfect after a day in bustling Marrakech. Contact us about your next trip!
I’ve been traveling to where other people consider ‘strange places’ for years; since 1992. And after all these years the reaction from others is still the same: Why are you going there? Or, You’re traveling again? Or, Don’t you ever … Continue reading
Ramadan is the most important holiday in Islam. It’s probably most like the Christian Lent, but the two don’t really compare. Ramadan symbolizes when the Qur’an was revealed to Mohammad. It occurs every year in the 9th month of the … Continue reading
Friday in Morocco means one thing: couscous. The national dish, couscous, is made in households across Morocco every week and is greatly anticipated. Fridays are traditionally considered a holy day in Morocco and many businesses are closed for the day … Continue reading
Do as I say, don’t do as I do. Because no matter how sparsely I pack, I still bring too much. It is completely feasible to travel through Morocco for 10 days during the warm season with just a couple … Continue reading
People ask all the time what it is about Morocco that keeps me going back. The first time I visited I just wanted to see it. Just the sound of the names of the major cities intrigued me: Cassablanca. Marrakech. … Continue reading
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The views are stunning. Climbing to the top of an ancient Kasbah allows a panoramic that provides a look back in time. Aït Benhaddou, is located along the historic caravan route between the Sahara and…