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  • Museums

    Natural Science

    If you are interested in natural science and history, you will love the Natural Science Museum in Morocco. This reasonably good museum is situated in Rabat and it is filled with impressive displays that chronicle the origins of the earth and the creatures that have lived on it over the ages. Amateur archaeologists will delight in the many fascinating discoveries that are on display at the ...

  • Sport

    Hot Air Ballooning

    For any information regarding aerial sports such as parachuting and hot air ballooning in Morocco, the Royal Moroccan Federation for Light Aviation and Aerial Sports, which is located in Rabat, can be contacted. There are many aeroclubs scattered across Morocco but, for a hot air balloon ride in Morocco, visitors should head towards the Western High Atlas plains near Marrakech.

  • Culture

    Universities

    After completing their school education, Moroccans have the option to pursue a tertiary education at the various institutions scattered throughout the country. There are approximately forty tertiary education institutions including 14 universities, private higher education institutions and polytechnics. The chief language of instruction at these educational institutions is French, ...

  • Train Stations

    Rabat Ville

    When arriving at the Mohamed V International Airport, travelers will be able to board a train that will transport them directly to Rabat or to Casablanca. Trains leave the airport at hourly intervals and a ticket from the airport to the Rabat Ville Train Station will cost travelers in the region of 80 dirhams (Price subject to change). Travelers should be attentive when requesting a ticket ...

  • Embassies

    South Africa

    Despite the fact that both countries are located on the same continent, Moroccan travelers wishing to journey to South Africa will have to first obtain the correct documentation before boarding an airplane and leaving the country. Fortunately, there is a South African Embassy in Morocco to make this process as quick and easy as possible. This means that travelers will not have to wait for ...

  • Embassies

    Usa

    The Ambassador for the U.S. Embassy in Morocco is Thomas T. Riley. He accepted his position in 2004 and is dedicated to maintaining and improving the lengthy relationship between Morocco and the United States of America. His position as Ambassador oversees many aspects of the United States Embassy, such as services to the public, political matters and dealing with the media. The U.S. ...

  • Embassies

    Canada

    Not many people know that Canada and Morocco have being enjoying positive diplomatic relations since as early as 1962. Today, the Canadian Embassy in Morocco not only has a long history of positively assisting the Moroccan community, but has also assisted thousands of Canadians to improve trade and travel relations with the country. If you are a Moroccan wishing to travel to Canada or a ...

  • Embassies

    France

    France has long enjoyed a strong influence on Morocco and this can be seen in the fact that the French language is still considered to be the unofficial second language of Morocco. It is also evident in the many instances of French architecture that can be found across the country. Past historical affiliations with the country have fortunately grown into positive trade and travel relations ...

  • Culture

    Radio

    Morocco radio broadcasts are quite diverse and you can be sure that you will be able to enjoy at least one radio station in a language that you understand. The majority of radio stations are based in either Casablanca or Tangier. If you have access to a short-wave radio you will also be able to […]

  • Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer

    Rabat

    Rabat is home to the Moroccan government as well as a hub of traditional cuisine and architecture and much more. Well worth a visit! The Ville Nouvelle has beautiful modern French-built hotels. For a capital city, Rabat is very quiet and offers a number of excellent restaurants, clubs and pubs.