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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.

Exploring Aït Benhaddou

The fortified city of Aït Benhaddou is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has played a starring role in films such as Gladiator, Prince of Persia and The Living Daylights. Read all about it right here! Standing at the edge … Continue reading

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World Wonders: Top 5 Deserts of the World

Deserts are among the most dramatically alluring natural landscapes in the world. Their stark beauty is timeless, and life here exists at the mercy of the elements. Deserts are wild, harsh places, and we love exploring them, photographing them and … Continue reading

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Exploring the Medina of Fez in Moroccco

The January sales may be on their way in the UK, but there’s no better place to seek out bargains than the Medina of Fez in Morocco. Whether it’s spices, leather bags, ornaments or traditional tagines you want, you’ll certainly … Continue reading

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Amar Grover visits Ait Benhaddou in Morocco

There’s one place in Morocco where you can follow in the footsteps of Jesus and Alexander the Great, Marco Polo and the Prince of Persia. Well, kind of….. It’s doubled as Sodom, Gomorrah and the Nile and, as you might … Continue reading

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Travel Unplugged – Top 10 ways to get off the grid

In this digital world we live in, it’s good to know there are still some places left that offer little or absolutely no connectivity at all – no way to get in touch with all those ‘friends’ and followers through … Continue reading

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Trekking with the Berbers of Morocco

In today’s guest post, journalist Hazel Southam treks into the mountains with the Berbers of Morocco, a traditional bi-annual journey between the Dades Valley and the High Atlas mountains. All photos courtesy of Clare Kendall. Souks, storytellers and snake charmers … Continue reading

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Shopping, eating and adventure in Morocco

This article was written by Alexandra, an enthusiastic traveller and blogger for Sky Park Secure who provide affordable Manchester Airport Parking. The beauty and culturally rich history of Morocco has been known to inspire many an artist and writer. Despite being … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – top five festival highlights

Summer is on its way in the Northern Hemisphere, bringing an armful of exciting festivals to entertain and delight locals and travellers alike in destinations across the world. And as the seasons change and bring warm weather back to the … Continue reading

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Video of the Week: Morocco by Stian Rekdal

It’s Video of the Week time again, and we’ve got another gem here from the mysterious and beautiful land of Morocco. Morocco by Stian Rekdal on Vimeo. Morocco has long been associated with artistic inspiration, with titans of 20th Century art and … Continue reading

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A hell of a ride – driving through the Atlas Mountains of Morocco

Buckle up! Today our resident expert Amar Grover writes about his adventures in the Atlas Mountains. According to what I feel is the best guide to Morocco (OK, it’s the Rough Guide and I’m probably on my 8th edition of … Continue reading

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