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  • Morocco’s Imperial Cities: Fes

    As the four historical capital cities of Morocco, Fes, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat are referred to as the country's Imperial Cities. Each of these magnificent cities has its own special ...

  • Explore Iriqui National Park

    Covering an area of 123,000 hectares between the southern foothills of the Anti-Atlas and the Draa River, the Iriqui National Park lies in Morocco's provinces of Tata and Zagora. Recognized ...

  • Bird Watching in Morocco

    With a variety of different habitats supporting a diverse range of bird species, Morocco is steadily gaining recognition as a worthwhile birding destination. The country lies in the ...

  • Discover the Resort Town of Larache

    The harbor town of Larache, located in northern Morocco's Tanger-Tétoun region, is a popular summer resort, both with Moroccans and visitors to this exotic North African country. One of ...

  • Birds of Oued Massa Nature Reserve

    Forming part of the Souss-Massa National Park, the Oued Massa is home to a number of bird species, and a stopover point for migratory birds, including the critically endangered Northern ...

  • Saffron – The Queen of Spices in Morocco

    Piles of aromatic and colorful spices are a familiar and welcome sight in any Moroccan market and are used extensively in local cuisine. Turmeric, cinnamon, cumin, ginger, paprika, ...

  • Discover a City of Outstanding Universal Value

    Registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, the port city of El Jadida is located on Morocco's Atlantic coastline. With the region being a protectorate of Portugal since 1486, the ...

  • The Desert-Dwelling Dromedaries of Morocco

    The word Morocco often conjures up visions of stately camels silhouetted against copper-colored sand dunes, or an awe-inspiring sunset, as they make their way through the spectacular ...

  • Visit the Attractions of Rabat

    In 2012, the Moroccan city of Rabat was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its 'outstanding universal value' and visitors will soon see why. Rabat has the modern infrastructure ...

  • Fascinating Flying Mammals of Morocco

    Among Morocco's many spectacular natural features are four main cave systems – Friouato Caves, Jebel Irhoud, Taforalt Caves and Caves of Hercules. The Caves of Hercules are partly man-made, ...