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Explore Morocco Further with Our Informative Travel Blog

If you’re going to Morocco, read our blog! We talk about popular places like Fes, Marrakech, and Casablanca. We give you good information and fun stories. Our blog can help you learn more about Morocco and have a better trip. Come explore Morocco with us!

Almond Blossom Festival in Tafraoute

Morocco Almond Blossom Festival in Tafraoute

There’s a big Festival in Tafraoute every year to celebrate almond blossom trees! These trees are very special, and the Festival shows how much people care about them. People from all over Morocco come to this fun event. There’s music, … Read More

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Visiting Morocco in Ramadan: Essential Tips and Insights

Visiting Morocco During Ramadan: A Complete Guide for Tourists

A truly unique experience is visiting Morocco during Ramadan. Getting ready for the trip of a lifetime means learning about Ramadan and what to expect during your trip. This may seem like a scary idea to some travelers. About Ramadan … Read More

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Moroccan quotes, proverbs and sayings

Moroccan Quotes to Inspire Your Travel

Come into the world of Moroccan knowledge, where old quotes that can teach you important things about life have been passed down from one generation to another. These classic Moroccan quotes reveal truths about human life that everyone can relate … Read More

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Travelling from Ireland to Morocco

Traveling from Ireland to Morocco: Important Tips

If you’re planning a trip from Ireland to Morocco, you are in for an exciting adventure! Let’s make sure you have everything sorted out so your journey is smooth and fun. First of all, picking your flight is key. Direct … Read More

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Chefchaouen blue city is a destination for people travelling from Singapore to Morocco.

Singapore to Morocco Travel Guide

Want to go on a trip from Singapore to Morocco? It’s far away and very different! In Morocco, there are busy markets to see, delicious food to try, and old buildings to look at. But first, there are things to … Read More

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Tainwanese flag-travelling to Morocco

Morocco Visa Requirements for Taiwanese Citizens

Are you planning a trip to Morocco from Taiwan? Great choice! However, Taiwanese citizens need to get a tourist visa to travel to Morocco. Start by applying for your Morocco tourist visa about six weeks before your travel dates. This … Read More

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A couple holding hands in the Merzouga desert happy after they saved the cost of the travel in Morocco

Cost of Travel in Morocco

The cost of travel to Morocco can be affordable if you know what to expect and plan accordingly! Flights, places where to stay, getting around, food, and things to do all cost different amounts in Morocco. In this article, we … Read More

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A backpacking traveler crossing the river in Morocco.

Backpacking Morocco: Everything You Need to Know for Your Trip

Backpacking in Morocco is a lifetime adventure for everyone. Do you love old things? Nature? Or just trying new stuff? Morocco is perfect for you! A country with a long history, beautiful mountains and deserts, and friendly people. So pack … Read More

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Sunset & Sunrise Camel Ride in Merzouga Desert

Sunset & Sunrise Camel Ride in Merzouga Desert

Picture yourself riding a camel, slowly moving through the vast, serene dunes of the Merzouga Desert for the sunset or sunrise over the horizon. In these peaceful moments, you will see the sky transform with vivid colors, illuminating the golden … Read More

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Experience Morocco Like Never Before

Our Morocco travel blog has a lot of information and stories about things you can do and see in Morocco. Our blog has a lot of different types of helpful pieces that are meant to help you learn more and have a better time traveling. Our blog is the best place to find information about Morocco, whether you want to visit and see its beauty for yourself or just learn more about it. With our detailed information, you can start your trip to Morocco right away, even if you are far away.

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Uncover the Origins and Significance of Varied Moroccan Traditions

The Morocco Blog is where you can get real information from people who live there. Our goal is to find and share first-hand information from people who live in Morocco. We are committed to finding real, local points of view so that we can give you facts that haven’t been skewed in any way. Morocco has a lot of secrets that only people who live there know about. This blog is where we share how these Moroccans talk about their traditions, beliefs, customs, and the country’s best-kept secrets.

Our Team

Our team is made up of Moroccans who live in Morocco and will be your personal guides and writers. They are dedicated to giving you a memorable Moroccan experience and useful information, no matter where you are. To give our readers and customers correct answers, we focus on giving them real information about Morocco, the country we love. Our trip blog is more than just a website; it’s a way for us to share our ideas with the world. In the end, our goal is to give you real, accurate information.

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Popular Morocco Tours

Are you planning a trip to Morocco and need help making a plan? Don’t be afraid to get in touch with us! We have a variety of tour plans that can be customized to fit your needs and make sure you have an amazing experience. In addition, our tours can be completely changed to fit the needs of each client.

12 Days Desert Tour from Marrakech: The Ultimate Morocco Adventure

12-Day Desert Tour From Marrakech

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Epic Days of Desert Discovery: 9-Day Desert Tour From Casablanca​

9-Day Desert Tour From Casablanca

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Morocco with the 5-day tour from Agadir to Merzouga desert

5-Day Desert Tour From Agadir

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What to Discover With our Travel Blog

Moroccan People

As everyone knows, the Berber people come from North Africa, which used to be called Numidia. The people who live here now are happy to call themselves Imazighen, which means “The Free Noble People” in Tamazight, which is one of the oldest languages in the world and is written in the Tifinagh script. People from Berbera are known for being friendly, generous, and accepting.

North Africa got a lot of Arab impact in the late 1600s. The main goal of these people was to spread the Islamic faith. Some say that this entry was quiet and there was no fighting, while others say that force was used. Even so, most of the Imazighen became Muslims and switched from speaking Turkic to Arabic as their main language. They have, however, steadfastly kept their language and ethnic identity.

Our travel blog about Morocco goes into great detail about these different groups of people and their rich customs, giving you a full picture of this interesting cultural tapestry.

Moroccan Cities

Morocco Travel Blog lets you learn about the most beautiful cities in Morocco and their interesting histories. The first four towns were all part of the empire. They were Marrakech, Fes, Meknes, and Rabat.

Morocco’s name comes from the city of Marrakech, which is also the country’s busy center. With Touring In Morocco, you can get to the heart of this busy city, including must-see spots like the famous Jemaa el-Fna square.

The next stop is Fes, which has a busy international airport and is the second most visited city in Morocco. You will learn a lot about this city’s long and interesting history and its important place in the history of the kingdom here. In addition, our blog has a hand-picked list of the best places to visit and things to do.

Even though Rabat and Meknes aren’t as well known, they are still very important. One of the oldest towns, Meknes, has buildings that are typical of Morocco. Rabat, on the other hand, is the main city of Morocco today.

That’s not all, though. Our blog also has information about other interesting towns and places in Morocco, like Chefchaouen, which is known for its beautiful blue colors. Find out how this beautiful color scheme was made and more as you read our blog about Morocco.

Moroccan Deserts

The huge area of sandy dunes in the Sahara Desert is one of the things that really makes Morocco stand out. An important part of many tourists’ trips to Morocco is the time they spend in the desert. Let’s look at the three most popular desert vacation spots:

Erg Chebbi – Merzouga Desert: Erg Chebbi, which is also known as the Merzouga Desert, is the most-wanted desert location for tourists. This beautiful place is in the southeast of Morocco, just 50 kilometers from the border with Algeria. You can do many fun things there, like camping and camel rides. What makes Erg Chebbi unique is that it is the longest desert in the country and has the largest dunes. It’s about 30 kilometers long and goes from Khamlia to the cute town of Tighmrt. It promises to be an amazing journey.

The Zagora Desert is the second most popular place to see sand dunes in Morocco. You’ll pass through it on your way back to Marrakech. Being close to the lively red city of Marrakech, many people choose to take a 2-day trip from Marrakech to Zagora to enjoy its beautiful views and calm scenery.

M’hamid Desert: The third most popular desert spot in the United States is M’hamid Desert. For camel rides and camping, it makes for a beautiful background. You should not miss this lovely desert on your trip through Morocco.

Explore the magic of Morocco’s Sahara Desert and go on an amazing journey full of mesmerizing sights and exciting activities.

Things to Know Before a Trip to Morocco

Without a question, one of the main reasons we made this page was to make your trip experience better. Our Morocco travel blog will help you plan your trip by telling you what to expect and giving you important tips. Morocco, like every other country in the world, has its own rules that make sure visitors stay safe and have a good time.

Morocco landmarks

Even if you haven’t started your trip yet, our blog gives you a unique chance to learn about Morocco’s most famous sites. The different cultures that have lived in Morocco have left behind a rich mix of historical sites and building marvels.

As you travel around the land, you’ll quickly become enamored with its unique beauty and charm. A lot of these sites can be found in the places of Morocco. Every place, from the beautiful Hassan II Mosque, which is the seventh-largest mosque in the world and the second-largest in Africa, to the famous Hassan Tower, which is meant to be the world’s tallest tower, left its mark on the scenery.

As you leave the towns, you’ll find ksour (walled villages) and pretty villages. One of these is Ait Benhaddou, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its historical importance. In fact, Morocco has 12 UNESCO-protected sites, and each one tells a different story about the history of this amazing country.

Moroccan Traditions and Customs: A Cultural Journey

Morocco has a lot of different cultures, but because most Moroccans are Muslim, they all follow the same rules. In this blog about our trip, we look at the rich tapestry of Berber customs, which can be broken down even further into three different cultures.

We can better understand what is going on if we start with the Rif Berbers. These people live in northern Morocco and speak a special language. In the middle, there are many smaller groups of Berbers. These are called Assammer, and their names often begin with “Ait.” Finally, we talked about the Souassa or Issoussien people who live in Agadir, the Atlas Mountains, and the areas around them.

There are different kinds of Moroccan Arabic customs based on where people speak Arabic. North Arabs, who are also called “Arabized Moroccans,” have their own traditions and tend to live modern lives, which shows that they are open-minded. On top of that, as you go further south in Morocco, you’ll meet people who speak a language that not even Moroccans know. The last group we’ll talk about is the center Arabs.

It’s worth noting that people in Morocco speak Darija. It’s a special mix of Arabic and Berber. Even though Morocco is made up of many different countries, this language brings them all together. It’s a real melting pot of languages.

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