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Morocco travel guide

We’ve visited Morocco many times over the past 10 years. One road trip alone lasted 6 months so we’re in a great position to prepare this Morocco travel guide for you. We discovered this diverse country at a slow pace. And it more than lives up to the hype! Morocco’s imperial cities are a heady blend of … Read More

Are you looking for a coastal getaway in Morocco? Away from mass tourism and the hectic lifestyle of the major cities of Fes and Marrakech? The charming town of Essaouira fits the bill perfectly. Essaouira offers fantastic beaches, authentic culinary experiences, gentle Moroccan charm and just enough sophistication to make this an exclusive destination. Read on for the best things to do in Essaouira.

The best things to do in Essaouira

Are you looking for a coastal getaway in Morocco? Away from mass tourism and the hectic lifestyle of the major cities of Fes and Marrakech? The charming town of Essaouira fits the bill perfectly. Essaouira offers fantastic beaches, authentic culinary experiences, gentle Moroccan charm and just enough sophistication to make this an exclusive destination. Read on for … Read More

Morocco is an Arabic speaking country. Most Moroccan's speak at least a little French except in some of the more remote locations. In some areas of Morocco, Berber is the native language. Now I'm not suggesting you need to learn Arabic, French and Berber. That'd take some doing. But when you greet a Moroccan in Arabic, a whole new world of experiences will open up to you. You don't need to be fluent, not by any stretch. If you have just a few useful Arabic phrases, you will have some wonderful encounters with Moroccan people.

Useful Arabic phrases for Morocco

Useful Arabic phrases for Morocco Morocco is an Arabic speaking country. Most Moroccan’s speak at least a little French except in some of the more remote locations. In some areas of Morocco, Berber is the native language. Now I’m not suggesting you need to learn Arabic, French and Berber. That’d take some doing. But when you … Read More