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  • Relaxing in the Coastal Town of Mdiq

    Situated about fifteen miles northeast of Tétouan on the Mediterranean coastline of Morocco, the charming town of Mdiq is fast becoming a destination of choice for both local and international ...

  • Explore the Beauty of Lalla Takerkoust

    Situated about 40 kilometers from the city of Marrakech in Morocco, the beautiful lake of Lalla Takerkoust provides a perfect setting for leisure and is a popular destination for city-dwellers ...

  • Kasbah of the Udayas

    The diversity, rich history and cultural heritage of Morocco can be explored through its numerous attractions that allow visitors to travel back in time and visually experience Morocco's ...

  • Bouznika – An Ideal Holiday Escape

    The beautiful coastal town of Bouznika in Morocco is a favorite holiday destination for tourists and locals alike. With a mild climate throughout the year, surfers are drawn to the clean sandy ...

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What to See

  • Attractions

    Mosques

    The majority of Moroccans are Muslim, practicing the Sunni variant of Islam. Other religions practiced in Morocco include Christianity, Judaism and Baha’I – a 19th century religion which evolved from Babism. With Islam being the dominant religion of the country, Mosques are considered to be of great importance and every settlement, village, town and city has at least one of these venerated ...

  • Attractions

    Friouato Caves

    Near the town of Taza lies one of the most breathtaking natural attractions in Morocco. The Friouato Caves, or Gouffre de Friouato, make up the largest known cave system in Northern Africa and the site has become increasing popular with visitors and tourists. Gouffre de Friouato was first explored by Norbet Casteret in the year 1930 and, thanks to his efforts, the caves can now be enjoyed by ...

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    Guides & Directories

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  • National Parks

    Oasis Du Sud Marocain

    The Oasis Du Sud Marocain Biosphere Reserve spans over a region of seven million hectares and is vital in the battle against desertification. One of its most successful weapons against the encroaching desert are oases. The communities that live within the boundaries of the Oasis Du Sud Marocain Biosphere Reserve depend on agriculture for their livelihoods as they are not tourist or craft ...

  • Kenzi Hotels

    Kenzi Farah Marrakech

    The Kenzi Farah Marrakech hotel is part of the Kenzi Hotel Group and is a five star establishment that offers visitors luxury accommodation and top class services and facilities. It is a hotel that is surrounded by natural beauty and splendor, with landscaped gardens and majestic palm trees that decorate the three hectare park that it is located on. The picturesque surroundings, detailed ...

  • Mosques

    Karaouine Mosque

    If you are planning a trip to Fez, you simply must spend some time at the Karaouine Mosque. This brilliant attraction is worth seeing for several reasons. The first is that it is incredibly old and it has served as a home for the University of Al-Karaouine for centuries – giving cause for the Guinness Book of World Records to name the university as the ‘oldest existing educational ...

  • Attractions

    Saadian Tombs

    The Saadian Tombs are located just outside Marrakech and the site is easily reached if visitors follow the Rue Bab Agnaou from the Djemma el Fna. From the Kasbah Mosque, the route to the tombs is well signposted. After the amazing discovery of the Saadian Tombs in 1917, this breathtaking site has been carefully restored and well cared for as it has become one the most popular attractions in ...

  • Mosques

    Hassan Mosque

    The Hassan II Mosque is the second largest mosque in the world and is located in Casablanca, the economic and business capital of Morocco. Michel Pinseau, a French architect, designed the Hassan Mosque and its accompanying minaret. Pinseau designed the building in such a way that it is able to endure earthquakes. At night the minaret has lasers that shine in the direction of Mecca. Today, ...

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