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  • Wind-Power as a Renewable Energy Resource in Morocco

    With almost 94 percent of its energy requirements being imported, Morocco has for some years now been implementing various renewable energy programs such as solar power, wind energy and ...

  • 5 Helpful Tips When Exploring Marrakech

    If you’re seeking a unique and intriguing holiday destination that’s free of all subtlety and possesses an atmosphere unlike any other, the beautifully ancient Moroccan city of Marrakech ...

  • Explore the Spectacular Ameln Valley

    Travelers who enjoy off-the-beaten-track destinations will find the Ameln Valley in Morocco an absolute pleasure to explore. Located north of Tafraoute in the Tiznit Province of the ...

  • Solar Energy Production Progresses in Morocco

    In support of Morocco's ongoing efforts to develop its renewable energy resources and reduce its dependency on fossil fuels, the World Bank has approved the US$519 million phase two and ...

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What to See

  • Area Guide

    Touring Routes

    Below is a guide to a few of the fascinating travel routes and touring routes in Morocco. Largely due to its diverse historical influences, Morocco has many varied tours to suit your fancy. From beautiful roses to endless valleys, there's a touring route that will leave you inspired!

  • Area Guide

    Ports

    Morocco is a country that is surrounded by plenty of water. Not only does this mean that you can enjoy the refreshing qualities of the ocean, but it also means you can use it for travel, trade and recreational sports like fishing. Fortunately Morocco has many well-established ports that visitors and business people can use with relative ease. There is usually a port of reasonable size in all ...

  • Culture

    Art

    The eclectic pulse and electrifying atmosphere that can be enjoyed throughout Morocco is largely captured through the brilliant colors and bold designs that are visible in every city. The diverseness of the landscape and the intensity of the culture have been captured in many forms by artists and craftsmen. These can be found in the art galleries of Morocco, as well as in the country's ...

  • Culture

    Language

    Though most of us are not born linguists, striving to achieve even a small level of communication between ourselves and the inhabitants of the country we are visiting can be a most rewarding endeavor. Because of the varied historical influences on the people of Morocco, there is a large variety of languages spoken throughout the country. In order to help you in your pursuit to communicate ...

  • Sport

    Horse Riding

    There is something so incredibly beautiful and enigmatic about Berbers mounted astride their noble horses as they cross the sea-like deserts of Morocco. The sight inspires and impresses. Not only do these people have incredibly beautiful horses, but survival of both horse and man likely depends on a strong bond of friendship, trust and respect. The Barb and Arab horses used in the country ...

  • Train Stations

    Casa Port

    ONCF is the national rail service in Morocco with a total of 669,637 passenger cars serving 1,893 kilometers of track. ONCF provides over 9,767 thousand people with jobs and has thousands of passengers using its services every year. Every two hours there is a train leaving one of the many stations in Morocco providing passengers with reasonably good rail service.

  • Museums

    Dar Batha

    If you have an appreciation for art, craft and history, the Dar Batha Museum in Morocco is a must-see attraction. This excellent collection of artifacts is housed in a Hispano-Moorish palace that dates back to the 19th century – a beautiful piece of art in itself. Located in Fez, the Dar Batha Museum is a tribute to some of the most brilliant traditional artwork of Fez.

  • Attractions

    Dar El Makhzen

    In the Kasbah in the city of Tangier, you will find the majestic Dar el Makhzen. This is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular attractions in Morocco. Sultan Moulay Ismail constructed the Dar el Makhzen in the seventeenth century and it served as his palace. As the palace is located on the highest area in the city, visitors can enjoy spectacular views that even extend out to Spain and the ...

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