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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

  • Ports

    Port of Essaouira

    The Port of Essaouira is not only home to many fishing boats and vessels, it is a popular tourist attraction and has a significant and interesting history attached to it. Fishing is done for local distribution and plays a significant role in the atmosphere and lure to the port. The Essaouira port is not used for commercial traffic and this has enabled it to retain its authenticity and ...

  • Ramada Hotels

    Ramada Les Almohades Casablanca

    The Ramada Les Almohades Casablanca Hotel is located in the business district of Casablanca, opening up a world of attractions and noteworthy sites to its guests, of which some are within walking distance. Multi-lingual staff, spacious accommodation and wonderful facilities allow guests to feel relaxed and taken care of from the time of their arrival. Maintaining international standards at ...

  • Museums

    Postal

    If you are interested in philately, then you will already probably know what the term means. For those of us who are less knowledgeable, philately is the in-depth study of postage stamps. It is different from stamp collecting, since it requires that a practitioner be interested in the design, production and use of stamps after their date of issue. Philatelists may not even own the stamps ...

  • Wildlife

    Egyptian Cobra

    Not everyone will be all too pleased to meet up with an Egyptian cobra (Naja haje), but travelers to Morocco should be aware that it is the most common variety of cobra in North Africa. This somewhat attractive but deadly snake lives in hot, desert-like regions and much of Morocco fits that description. Still, the Egyptian cobra in Morocco does not go out of its way to make contact ...

  • Attractions

    Medina Of Rabat

    Rabat has been the capital city of Morocco since the French protectorate ended in the 1950's. Rabat is a modern coastal city, but the atmosphere is quite easy-going in comparison to Casablanca which is a booming metropolis. The city's buildings and houses are painted white and are surrounded with beautiful gardens. Rabat has a number of wide boulevards and is full of interesting historical ...

  • Art Galleries

    Matisse

    Any lover of art should spend at least a little time visiting the many art galleries in Morocco if they plan to spend some time in the country. These galleries can prove to be an oasis of tranquility and beauty in a busy market area filled with bartering, rugs and livestock. The art market of Morocco is still relatively young, having only really started coming into its own in the last few ...

  • Museums

    Dar Si Said

    There are few museums in the world that manage to communicate a sense of living nostalgia in the same way as the Dar Si Said Museum does. This brilliant museum is situated in one of Morocco’s most beautiful cities – Marrakech. Here the old mixes with the new with effortless ease in a way that cannot be fully described in words. In the museum things are much the same for, though most of the ...

  • Regions

    Meknès-Tafilalet

    Situated in north-central Morocco, on the border of Algeria, the region of Meknès-Tafilalet is home to more than 2.1 million people. The capital city of the region is Meknès.

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