Morocco

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The desert kingdom of Morocco offers an eclectic mix of Roman ruins, bustling souks, Imperial cities, rugged mountains, deep gorges and spicy aromas. Explore the Sahara on the back of a camel and camp out under a blanket of stars, trek or ski in the beautiful Atlas Mountains or learn to surf in laid back Taghazoute. Relax by the coast in charming Essaouira, discover ancient kasbahs, soak up the heady atmosphere in Marrakech’s Djemaa el Fna – the world’s most exuberant market place, wander through the blue & white medina of Chefchaouen or simply relax by the sea.

Top 10 marketplaces around the world

  While landmarks and monuments will tell you the history of a destination, museums and art galleries will tell you about its heritage, and national parks and reserves will tell you about its flora and fauna – what’s the best … Continue reading

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Set Jetting to the locations of Game of Thrones

  It is the time of year when a new season of ‘Game of Thrones’ brings an hour of entertainment filled with dragons, treachery, violence and snow. Along with the intricate plot lines and fascinating characters, the incredible settings are another … Continue reading

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The best places to celebrate New Year’s Eve

As the clock strikes midnight on 31st of December, salutations are cheered and bottles popped throughout the world. Whether you fancy a vibrant party in South America or a more active New Year in Africa, we have put together a … Continue reading

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Souks, tanneries and kasbahs

  Earlier this year Rachel Armstrong got to experience the magic of Morocco for the first time with us. From the buzzing city of Marrakech to the pungent tanneries of Fes, rural scenery of Midelt, beauty of the Sahara and … Continue reading

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The artisans of Morocco

  Shopaholics will find respite in Morocco‘s many colourful souks and vibrant bazaars brimming with anything from bright carpets, Berber blankets and patterned ceramics to gold jewellery, wooden crafts and leatherware. While we um and ah over which woven rug to buy … Continue reading

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The migration of the Berbers in Morocco

  Ditch the smart phone, tablet and all those other technological crutches we’ve become so used to, for a chance to step outside of your comfort zone, experience a different way of life and to get back to nature on … Continue reading

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The faces of Morocco

  While the alluring mix of imperial cities, bustling souks, spectacular landscapes and spicy aromas are some of Morocco’s biggest drawcards, this fascinating country would not be the same without its colourful culture and friendly local people. No matter where you travel to … Continue reading

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A Moroccan Medley

  The simple definition of a medley is a varied mixture of people and things. But one can easily extend it’s meaning to include an assortment of sights and sounds, a farrago of cultures and beliefs, a melting pot of … Continue reading

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A trip through Morocco

  Happy New Year everyone! We hope that you’ve had a fantastic start to 2015, where ever in the world you may have been during the countdown and we wish you happy travelling this year. Whether you already know what you would … Continue reading

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Feeling peckish in Marrakech?

  Whether you are looking for an evening of authentic Moroccan entertainment, a romantic evening in a candle-lit courtyard, or to people watch in a lively cocktail bar, here are our top pick of the best places to grab a … Continue reading

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