English articles

  • Adventure Travel in Morocco

    Traveling south east of Agadir and near Ait Baha, those looking for some great trekking and cultural enlightenment might head for Tafraoute. Many travel guides agree that the town is of little ...

  • Taza and Gouffre du Friouato

    During the reigning era of the Almohad and Merenid dynasties, Taza was the capital of Morocco. Because of its key location directly in between the Rif Mountains and the Middle Atlas, those who ...

  • Traveling and Exploring Oujda Morocco

    Known in Moroccan history for its strong-minded university students who aren’t afraid to protest for their cause, Oujda is Morocco’s most populated northern city. When compared to the cities ...

  • Morocco’s Tourist and Travel Getaway

    Near the still Spanish-influenced towns of Asilah and Tangier, Larache is a relaxed getaway, especially in the summer months when Moroccan tourists flock to the Loucos River to enjoy ...

  • Al Hoceima, Morocco: After the Quake

    Overlooking the Mediterranean and surrounded by the Rif Mountains on other sides, Al Hoceima was and still is a quiet town nestled near what many call the nicest beaches in the north of Morocco. ...

  • Morocco’s Casablanca – Here’s Lookin’ at You, Kid!

    Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco with a population of over 3 million and it is home to more than 10% of all Moroccans. Surprisingly to some, Casablanca is not a Mediterranean city, but ...

  • Couscous, Morocco’s Tasty Secret

    Couscous, also spelled cous cous or cous-cous, is perhaps the only food that most people associate with Morocco. Indeed, couscous is a staple of not only Moroccan cuisine, but most of the ...

  • Morocco’s Tanjier – An Intriguing History

    Tangier (also known as Tangiers) is one of Morocco’s larger cities with a an official population of approximately 670,000 although the recent growth of unorganized suburbs has pushed it to close ...

  • A Perfect Combination of Old and New

    Rabat is not only the capital of Morocco, but is also rated as “the best” Moroccan city by many travelers. Far smaller than Casablanca, and not as culturally diverse as Merrakesh, Rabat is ...

  • Remnants of Zagora & Tamegroute (pt 2/2)

    Near Zagora, only about 10 miles (18 km), is the town of Tamegroute. If you are driving, then follow the signs, and if you are taking a grand taxi, you’ll have no trouble getting there. The name ...