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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 ...

    April 22, 2015
  • 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 ...

    March 3, 2015
  • 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 ...

    November 6, 2014
  • 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 ...

    October 23, 2014
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What to See

  • Ramada Hotels

    Ramada Les Almohades Agadir

    Approximately ten kilometers from the city centre of Agadir is one of the city’s most popular hotel establishments, the Ramada Les Almohades Agadir. As a part of the Ramada hotel group, this establishment guarantees spacious and comfortable accommodation with convenient access to a variety of facilities and services. Guests to the Ramada Les Almohades Agadir Hotel can look forward to ...

  • Essentials

    Currency Converter

    The following is a guide to Moroccan currencies and a converter to help you figure it all out.

  • Wildlife

    Barbary Macaque

    The Barbary Macaque (Macaca sylvanus) resides chiefly in Morocco and in the mountains of Algeria, with a much smaller population making their home in Gibraltar. The species is considered one of the Old World monkeys and are the only free living primates in Europe, with the exception of humans. They are also sometimes referred to as the Barbary Ape, however they are true monkeys.

  • Wildlife

    Fish

    Morocco is known for having the richest fish territory in the Atlantic Ocean. Over and above the ocean, the landscape is littered with rivers, streams and lakes that also attract many visitors to fishing in Morocco. The lure of the variety of fish in Morocco is irresistible, but the environment has suffered greatly due to the contamination of water sources and from over-fishing. ...

  • Palaces

    Raissouni Palace

    Asilah is situated on the northwest tip of Morocco on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a trading town with a history going back thousands of years. The town was initially used as a base for trade by the Phoenicians in 1500 B.C. Then, during the 15th century, Asilah was occupied by the Portuguese who built defensive walls around the town. It once again came under Morocco rule in the ...

  • Embassies

    Canada

    Not many people know that Canada and Morocco have being enjoying positive diplomatic relations since as early as 1962. Today, the Canadian Embassy in Morocco not only has a long history of positively assisting the Moroccan community, but has also assisted thousands of Canadians to improve trade and travel relations with the country. If you are a Moroccan wishing to travel to Canada or a ...

  • Art Galleries

    Afalkay Art

    Most people who wish to spend time visiting art galleries in Morocco will tend to focus on galleries that display fine art or graphics. Most of the main galleries will have at least a small section dedicated to the art of wood carving, but few are dedicated solely to this intricate, traditional form of art. The Afalkay Art Gallery in Essaouira is one of the top galleries to visit if you wish ...

  • Area Guide

    High Atlas

    The High Atlas is the biggest mountain range in North Africa. These striking mountains offer extremely impressive mountain biking trails, hiking trails and photography opportunities. The high peaks result in plenty of rainfall; therefore the High Atlas has many fertile valleys surrounded by rivers and waterfalls. It's a breathtaking sight that cannot be missed!

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