English articles

  • Property Boom in Morocco

    With the recent release of the Brad Pitt Movie filmed in Morocco, "Babel", Morocco is seeing an even heightened influx of tourists who want to venture to see the “Berbers in the mountains”. ...

  • Fine Moroccan Ceramics & Pottery

    Besides Moroccan carpets, textiles, and other handicrafts, Morocco has become known all across North Africa and Europe for its pottery and ceramics. The three most known regions are Safi, Fez, ...

  • Shopping for Authentic Moroccan Carpets

    Morocco’s allure isn’t simply its piece of Sahara Desert, its vast coastline, or its Imperial Cities. Morocco’s appeal to travelers is often the handmade crafts available for decent prices. And, ...

  • Moroccan Crafts – Prized Abroad

    Morocco, a hot-spot for travelers yearning to pick up fashionable leatherwear or some of the finest carpets, was noticed for its wares even before the 1500s, when merchant ships from Europe ...

  • Snow Skiing in Morocco

    While the snows over the last two years in Morocco have been minimal, the industry is one that is growing. Investors and hotel chains are looking at turning the country into a hub of ...

  • Bird Watching, Beaches & Exotic Gardens in Morocco

    Just outside of Kenitra is Mehdiya, a small town that has a decent beach brimming with Moroccan tourists during the summer months of July and August. While Mehdiya isn’t anything to write home ...

  • Meknes – The Less Explored Environs

    The surrounding green hills of Meknes in the springtime make it a pleasant place to explore, whether you are driving, taking public transport or even bicycling. The landscape of the area has ...

  • The Art of Choosing a Riad in Marrakesh

    Everyone who ventures across the big pond known as the Atlantic wants to stay in a Riad in Morocco. More than a hotel, a riad is an old-style Moroccan home that has been converted into a type of ...

  • Fez: Culture, Tradition, and a Disputed Past

    Sitting lower than the surrounding hills, the medina of Fez glistens its paths in chaotic patterns that only someone born there would begin to navigate. As one of the last remaining, medieval ...

  • Eco-friendly Travel in Morocco

    Countries around the world are exploiting their natural resources, most often for quick economic gains without looking towards the future. Morocco has gone under heated scrutiny for its ...