Blog

  • الرباط : حدائق شالة وقصبة الوداية

    تعتبر الرباط عاصمة المغرب، وجهة معروفة لدى السياح الذين يرغبون في زيارة بعض أهم المواقع في البلاد. أصبحت مدينة الرباط العاصمة الرسمية للمغرب عوض فاس، وهي حاليا المقر الرسمي للقصر الملكي ...

  • Ouezzane, Morocco – Holy City of Hills and Hashish

    On the same road from Meknes to Chefchaouen in Morocco, a historically significant destination often overlooked is Ouezzane. A sprawling town positioned just at the southern border of the Rif ...

  • وزان، المغرب المدينة الشريفة المعروفة بالمرتفعات و الحشيش

    على نفس الطريق من مكناس إلى الشاون، في المغرب، هناك وجهة غالبا مهملة، وهي وزان. مدينة تقع على الشريط الجنوبي لجبال الريف، كانت في وقت من الأوقات ملجأ ليهود الأندلس والمجرمين وذلك في أواسط ...

  • Morocco: Beni Mellal – Hikes, Pistes, and Cascades

    With a rising population of near 60,000 inhabitants, Beni Mellal en route to Marrakech is a newfound hotspot for travelers and tourists to Morocco. If you are able to make it on a Tuesday, then ...

  • Sefrou, Morocco – Overshadowed, Not Outdone

    Morocco has always been a place of acceptance. And, even though the majority of inhabitants are Muslim, Morocco’s rich religious history and modern heritage have close ties with the Christian ...

  • Sidi Ifni, Morocco – Spanish Charm & Southern Skies

    Along Morocco’s southern coast, past the European throngs that fill Agadir is calm, quiet, and secluded Sidi Ifni. Driving along the coastal highway, you will definitely not want to skip Tiznit. ...

  • Taroudant, Morocco – Attractive Southern Charm

    Depicted as the true Souss Valley should, Taroudant in Morocco lies on the journey between Agadir and Taliouine. Being one of the most fertile regions in the south, with a river that runs all ...

  • تارودانت سحر جنوبي جذاب

    تعرف بهضبة سوس الرابطة بين أكادير وتلوين، وتعتبر من أخصب المناطق في الجنوب لتوفرها على نهر يجري طول السنة.

  • Religious ceremonies in Morocco – Part 2

    This is Part 2 of 2 of "Religious Ceremonies in Morocco". Click here to read Part 1. The third religious event is the end of Ramadan: Eid El Fitr. This ceremony, as its name indicates, ...

  • Religious ceremonies in Morocco – Part 1

    Morocco is predominantly Muslim and has five main religious ceremonies that Moroccans treasure and celebrate in different ways in a joyful atmosphere reigned by religion and traditions.