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Get to know more about Morocco with our travel blog

Morocco Travel Blog is your gateway to discover the most important facts and things about Morocco. For those who are willing to travel to Morocco, our blog is your chance to know more about that country. We provide you with Fes, Marrakech, Casablanca, and many more travel blogs.

Beaches in Morocco, top 20 best ones 20

Beaches in Morocco, top 20 best ones

With nearly 3,500 kilometers of coastline, Morocco clearly has no shortage of beautiful beaches, whether deserted or popular, whether you enjoy diving, water sports, or simply lazing around. The following is a list of the top 20 beaches in Morocco. … Read More

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Moroccan couscous

Moroccan Couscous, recipe, style, and history

Is Couscous Moroccan only? Who invented it? The couscous is not just Moroccan, but one of the emblematic dishes of the Maghreb countries. It is composed of several foods: hard wheat semolina, meat or fish, vegetables, and spices. An oriental … Read More

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Moroccan art and architecture styles

Moroccan art and architecture, traditional & modern styles

Morocco is a fascinating country, a true Oriental fairytale – mysterious, romantic, and almost magical. Morocco owes its signature character above all to a unique fusion of cultures and a rich historical heritage. In recent years, interest in Moroccan art, … Read More

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Agafay desert near Marrakech

The Agafay desert, a vast area that deserves a visit

Get off the beaten track and discover the Agafay desert, a stunning desert of stones. Discover the enchantment of an incredible landscape made up of majestic whitish dunes thirty kilometers outside of Marrakech, Morocco.When one thinks of Morocco’s desert, one … Read More

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The site of roman ruins Volubilis

Volubilis in Morocco, Discover its history and more

Volubilis is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating historical places, one of many attractions not to be missed during a trip to Morocco. Indeed, in a fertile valley in the heart of the country, this ancient Roman city is the … Read More

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The best thing to do in Meknes is to visit the gate of Bab El Mansour

18 Top Things to Do in Meknes, Morocco

Meknes is located in the north of the country, Meknes sees fewer visitors than the iconic cities of Fes and Marrakech. Still, it is one of Morocco’s four imperial cities with historic Medina walls and beautiful Moorish architecture. Visitors can … Read More

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Morocco traditional clothes and national dresses

Morocco traditional clothes and national dresses

The traditional clothes and national dresses in Morocco, be they male or female outfits are kept and preserved by Moroccans for centuries. This clearly shows how Moroccans are hanging on various traditional attires. Especially in weddings and religious events, old … Read More

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Colors of Morocco

Colors of Morocco, painting and natural ones

Morocco is a country full and rich in colors, painting, and natural ones. From Desert to mountains, Atlantic to Mediterranean coasts, Arabs and Berbers. Incredible cinematic views of nature and narrow streets of ancient cities to hammams and beaches. From … Read More

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Tangier in Morocco history, top things to do and more.

History of Tangier and etymology of the name: Tangier is a major city in Morocco in the north of the country. Far from being the largest (950,000 people), but the second largest in industrial development (after Casablanca), and also earns … Read More

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Morocco official languages

Morocco official languages

Morocco is a country of diversity and wealth. This African country is located in the north of the continent. It occupies a strategic position in reference to the other continents. Besides its geographical and climatic diversity, it presents diversity at … Read More

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Gnawa music in Morocco

Gnawa music in Morocco, history, and culture

The Gnawa brotherhood of Merzouga, a living witness to the slavery of the blacks of Africa. The Gnawas: The Gnawa music of Morocco forms a community of followers, priest-healers, and musicians. Who practice a variant of the popular cult of … Read More

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Moroccan spices and seasonings

Moroccan spices and seasonings

Spices and Moroccan cuisine, it’s a true love story. Saffron, black pepper, ginger… many are the spices which one finds in almost all the specialties since they are so delicious. We reveal to you our selection of the 10 most … Read More

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Game of Thrones filming locations in Morocco

Game of Thrones filming locations in Morocco

The filming locations of Game of Thrones in Morocco are among the most beautiful sites in the country. We talk about Essaouira, the citadel of the Atlantic, with its legendary ramparts, and Ait-Ben-Haddou, the most beautiful fortified village in the … Read More

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What to eat in Morocco, best food

What to eat in Morocco, Moroccan food cuisine

The most beautiful travel experience is the one to live at 360°. It will be the scents and flavors of Moroccan cuisine that will bring back the best memories of your trip to Morocco, once you return home. But, what … Read More

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Jemaa El fna square in Marrakech Morocco

Jemaa el-Fna square, the queen of Marrakech

Anyone who has been to Marrakech has passed by Jemaa el-Fna Square. Also because, whether you like it or not, you always pass by there. The main hub of the Medina, it is the heart of the city, the beating … Read More

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Marrakech best places to see

Must-see places in Marrakech, 10 to visit

We have made a list of what we believe are the 10 must-see places in Marrakech. The old and magical Marrakech, full of palaces, mosques, markets, and gardens, is one of those cities that you can not miss. Its Medina … Read More

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Sandboarding in Merzouga desert, Morocco.

Sandboarding in Merzouga Sahara desert, Morocco

Sandboarding in Merzouga is an enjoyable sport that tourists practice in the sand of Erg Chebbi, Morocco. This sport attracts lovers from all over the world that are willing to visit the desert. Also, it is not a dangerous sport … Read More

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Morocco cities

Morocco cities, top places you should visit

Morocco cities, the best places in the country that you should visit! Morocco offers a set of cities that are known worldwide, offering many beautiful landmarks and sites that are just mind-blowing. Clearly, what made these cities beautiful is being … Read More

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Sights of Morocco Essaouira

Sights in Morocco – The most beautiful places

Morocco, the gateway of Africa and the country of lovely sights: Morocco is the gateway to Africa. As soon as you get off the plane, you will find yourself in the middle of the beautiful Orient. Not only fresh mint … Read More

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Ths Sand dunes of Erg Chebbi in Merzouga desert of Morocco

Erg Chebbi sand dunes, Merzouga desert in Morocco

Erg Chebbi Sand dunes: Erg Chebbi, a small part of the Sahara desert. However, there is plenty of space to venture out and feel like you are alone in the world. These dunes have different names. For instance, some people … Read More

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Want to visit Morocco soon?

Experience Morocco like never before.

With our Morocco travel blog expect to experience and read about many different articles. We provide you with the best useful information that you will definitely benefit from. We made our blog for those who are seeking the Moroccan beauty or looking forward to visit it. If you are looking for information about Morocco, even without traveling to it, this is surely your path.

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Understand the reasons behind many different Moroccan traditions.

Morocco blog provides you with information from the Locals of this Morocco. In other words, we try our best to look for answers from the surroundings to feed you with real facts. In Morocco, there are many secrets that only locals know about. Therefore, we created this Blog to share with you how these locals represent their answers in explaining the Moroccan traditions, values, customs, and secrets.

 

Morocco travel blog team

Our team of guides and writers are all native Moroccans. They are there not only to offer you the best experience in Morocco but also to provide you with information wherever you are. We write about Morocco, our country, to give our readers and clients true answers about Morocco. Our travel blog is not just a webpage, it is gate where we express and share our thoughts. Above all, feeding you with real facts is our mission.

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Morocco travel blog Facts

With our travel agency and Morocco blog expect nothing but the truth. As mentioned our information is all from the locals and our experiences.

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Morocco Travel Blog traditions

We share the most important traditions and customs. It is to say, we provide you with thing to do and not to do if it happens and you traveled to Morocco.

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Best time to visit the country

Morocco blog feeds you with the best time to visit Morocco. Also, we provide you with the best attractions, things, and the appropriate time to do and see them.

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Morocco travel blog Tours Information

With our Morocco travel blog, we feed you with the main information about tours in Morocco and everything you need to know before booking a tour.

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Morocco travel blog community

Morocco is a rich country full of different cultures and traditions. Luckily, with our blog, you will get to know about that and more.

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Morocco travel blog Landmarks

Morocco blog is your path to discover more about Morocco and its landmarks. We provide you with a set of places that you should visit in Morocco.

Morocco travel blog & tours

Are you looking forward to visiting Morocco and looking for an itinerary that fits your needs? Don’t hesitate to contact us! We have a set of tour itineraries that will definitely satisfy you and make your visit unforgettable. However, our tours are always able to be customized under our client’s needs.

Morocco Travel Blog Tours

Sahara desert tour from Fes, Fes to Merzouga 2 day trip

2 days Sahara desert tour from Fes

Join our 2 days Sahara desert tour from Fes. Touring In Morocco offers the best prices!

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2 days trip from Marrakech to Zagora

2 days trip from Marrakech to Zagora

Morocco tours 2 days trip from Marrakech to Zagora

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Morocco itinerary 7 days

7 days tour from Casablanca

Touring In Morocco's 7 days tour itinerary from Casablanca.

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3 days from Marrakech itinerary

Marrakech 3 days tour to Merzouga desert

Book your Marrakech 3 days tour to Merzouga itinerary

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Morocco itinerary 10 days tour from Casablanca

Morocco itinerary 10 days tour from Casablanca.

An itinerary for 10 days tour from Casablanca

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Morocco itinerary 12 days tour from Casablanca

Morocco itinerary 12 days tour from Casablanca

Morocco tours itinerary 12 days tour from Casablanca.

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3 days from Marrakech to Fes via desert

3 days from Marrakech to Fes via desert.

Book your 3 days from Marrakech to Fes via desert with Touring In Morocco.

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tangier desert tours one week itinerary

Morocco 1 week itinerary from Tangier

An itinerary for 7 days tour from Tangier across the Sahara desert.

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4 days in Morocco tour from Fes to Marrakech

4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

You have 4 days in Morocco? the tour from Fes to Marrakech itinerary is here for you!

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Camel caravan with our 9 days in Mrocco itinerary

9 days Morocco tours itinerary from Tangier

Customized Morocco trip for 9 days starting from Tangier and ends in Marrakech

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Marrakech itinerary 4 days tour to Merzouga desert

Marrakech 4 days desert tour to Merzouga

4 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga desert

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desert tours from Casablanca

Morocco 2 week itinerary from Casablanca

Join our grand Morocco 2-week itinerary across the Sahara desert.

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Marrakech 5 days itinerary

Marrakech 5 days itinerary across the Sahara

Customized Touring In Morocco trip for 5 days from Marrakech and back.

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5 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes.

5 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes-Tours In Morocco.

Join our 5 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes via the Sahara desert.

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3 days Fes to Marrakech desert tour, 3 day tour itinerary

3 days Fes to Marrakech desert tour

Touring In Morocco, 3 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech

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Morocco 3 day tour from Fes to Merzouga desert itinerary.

Morocco 3 day tour from Fes to Merzouga desert

Touring In Morocco 3 day tour from Fes to Merzouga desert

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4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes itinerary

4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

Touring In Morocco's 4 days tour from marrakech to fes

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Tangier to chefchaouen tours

2 days tour from Tangier to Chefchaouen across Akchour

Itinerary for two days in the north from Tangier to Chaouen

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Fes to Chefchaouen trip in 2 days with Touring In Morocco

Fes to Chefchaouen tour in 2 days

A 2 days tour from Fes to Chefchaouen via Meknes

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Fes to Marrakech 5 days private and shared tour

Fes to Marrakech 5 days desert tour via Boumalne.

Fes to Marrakech 5 days desert trip

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6 days Morocco itinerary from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga desert

6 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

Book your 6 days tour from Fes to Marrakech across the Sahara desert to Marrakech

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Marrakech to Merzouga desert tour itinerary 6 days

6 days Touring In Morocco from Marrakech

Book the 6 days from Marrakech to Merzouga desert tour itinerary

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8 days tour from Casablanca Morocco itinerary

8 days tour in Morocco from Casablanca itinerary

Book your 8 days desert tour in Morocco from Casablanca

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The Sahara desert, the highlight of our 5 days in Moroco itinerrary

5 days Morocco tour itinerary from Tangier

Customized 5 days desert tour itinerary from Tangier to Marrakech

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Marrakech to fes desert tour for one week across the Merzouga Sahara

7 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes

7 days Morocco itinerary from Marrakech to Fes across Merzouga desert

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Slider image of our 5 days tour from Casablanca

5 days tour from Casablanca

Morocco tours itinerary of 5 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech

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Slider image of our 6 days tour from Casablanca

6 days tour from Casablanca

Tour itinerary of 6 days from Casablanca across the desert of Merzouga

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8 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga

8 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

8 days tour itinerary from Marrakech

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7 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga desert

7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga

Desert tour with discount of 20%

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Tips about what to discover with Morocco travel blog

Moroccan people

As we all know that North Africa is the original land of Berbers and it was called Numedia in the past. The indigenous people of this land like to call themselves Imazighen which in Tamazight means The free noble people. The language that they use is Tamazight, one of the oldest languages on earth, and the alphabet to write it is Tifinagh. In general, the Berbers are known for their hospitality and generosity and most of them are easy-going and easy to be convinced.

In the late 16th century, the Arabs world has experienced a big influx towards North Africa to spread the Islam religion. On the first hand, some people say that the entrance was peacefully without any war. However, other people say that the Arabs used power to enter. Above all, most of the Imazighen have converted to Islam and became Muslims. As a result, most of the time, they use Arabic as the main language. Yet, Imazighen have never forgot about their identity and language. Luckly, with our Morocco travel blog, you will be deeply reading about all these kinds of people and their traditions.

Moroccan cities

With Morocco travel blog you will have a glimpse of the most beautiful cities in Morocco and the history of their construction. taking the examples of the four imperial, Marrakech, Fes, Meknes, and Rabat. Firstly, the most important city in our country that the name Morocco came from is Marrakech, the most busiest city of all. With Touring In Morocco, you will discover the main things about this city and the best places that you should not miss such as the famous square of Jemaa el-Fna. Secondly, there is Fes, the second most visited city in Morocco as it has one of the busiest international airports. Here, you will in detail discover the glorious history of this city and the important role it played for the kingdom. After that, you will discover a set of the best places and things to do and see.

Rabat and Meknes have an equal importance although they are less visited among the four cities. Yet, Meknes is one of the oldest cities and the most representative of Moroccan architecture. Then, there is Rabat, the current capital of Morocco. 

With our blog, you will read about many other cities and places such as the  Stunning Chefchaouen and the reason behind the blue color. 

With Morocco travel blog, you will read about Moroccan deserts

Probably what makes Morocco unique is having golden dunes and the Sahara desert. Usually, tourists find the desert experience as the highlight of their trips. In general, we can talk about three main desert that are considered destinations for tourists. Firstly, there is the Erg Chebbi, known as Merzouga desert, and most of the time chosen as the highlight of all trips around the country. it is located in the southeast of Morocco and only 50 km far from Algeria. this beautiful place offers camel rides camping and many other activities. Clearly, what makes this place special is being the longest desert with the highest dunes in the country. However, it is only about 30 km long From Khamlia to the small village of Tighmrt.

Driving back towards Marrakech, there lies Zagora desert, the second most visit sand dunes in Morocco. As it is near to the red city, most people choose to book a 2-day trip from Marrakech to Zagora and enjoy the stunning views of this latter.

Finally, there is M’hamid desert the third most visited in our country. Definitely, it is a beautiful place to ride the camels and do glamping too.

What you need to know before traveling

Without any doubt, one of the main reasons for creating this webpage is to help you travel in the best way. With our Morocco travel blog, you will read about things to expect in and things you should take into considerations. Like every country in the world, in Morocco, there are some rules that you need to respect in order to have a completely safe visit. Among the common things that you need to avoid, especially in big cities are the scammers. Those who ask to offer directions and end up asking for money. Also, You need to avoid walking alone in narrow streets in most of the old big cities. 

With our travel blog, you will discover more about Morocco landmarks

Our blog is your chance to discover many Morocco landmarks even without traveling. As known, our country is rich when it comes to landmarks and architecture. In the history of Morocco, many civilizations had made of it a homeland. With this in mind, every and each of these last entities have left their touch and influence on Morocco as a nation of prosperity. 

When visiting the kingdom you will feel the beauty and uniqueness of this country. Firstly, there are the Moroccan cities, where most of the landmarks lies. Starting from the Hassan 2 mosque as the seventh-largest in the world and the second in Africa to the Hassan tower that was built to be the first in the world. Besides, you are going to be discovering about the small villages or ksour, most of them are fortresses. The famous of all is Ait Benhaddou. This latter is counted as a UNESCO world heritage site. Talking about Unesco sites, Morocco has 12 sites that are protected by this latter.

Moroccan traditions and customs

As mentioned, Morocco is a country with different cultures. However, there are some traditions that are common and shared because of the Islam religion that most of the people are following. Firstly, in this travel blog, you will be reading about Berber traditions. Here, we can divide our writings to write about three main Berber cultures that are similar to each other.

To give more clarifications, we will talk about the Rif Berber that live in North Morocco and have their own dialect. We will talk about the central Berbers, or Assammer which can be divided into many tribes that most of their names start with the word “Ait”. Then, you will read about the Souassa or Issoussien that live in Agadir and some of the Atlas mountains and the near areas. 

Arabic traditions can be divided into three parts as well, depending on the dialects of each part. North Arabs or Arabized Moroccan people have a bit different traditions and they more open-minded, living the modern life. Moreover, if you reach the further south of Morocco, people there have a different dialect that any person from Morocco could distinguish. Finally, you will discover the central Arabs. Above all Morocco has a language that is called Darija and it is a mixed language between Arabic and Berber.