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Travel in Morocco during Ramadan

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Want to know if Morocco’s Islamic Ramadan will affect your trip to Morocco? Let’s take a look at Ramadan in Morocco.     The time of Ramadan?   The  Ramadan  is the month in which Muslims practice fasting (Arabic: رمضان). Each year, the date of Ramadan is shifted...
beach, rabat


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Rabat is located on the magnificent shores of the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River, and is one of the largest cities in Morocco. The name in translation from medieval Arabic means “Fortress”, even if today’s name is a junction of two words “Ribat...
paradise valley

Paradise Valley

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At approximately 20 kilometers north of Agadir, an altitude of 1600 meters at the High Atlas Mountains, located one of the most picturesque places in Morocco, the Paradise Valley.  A huge and deep valley is buried in the greenery of palm groves and orchards. The flowing river in...


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46 kilometers south of Tangier and 110 kilometers from Ceuta lies a small Moroccan City that has become one of the last tourist discoveries on  the north coast of Morocco  :  Asilah , the display of white houses that contrast with the blue of the Atlantic and with streets that...
Barcos azuis em Essaouira - Ponto turístico em Marrocos

Landmarks in Morocco

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Morocco is a unique country. Located at the junction of Islamic and European cultures, inhabited by ancient Arab and Berber tribes, lying on the border of the largest desert in the world and the greenest mountains of Africa, this rather small area can boast of a wide variety of...

Cats and dogs in Morocco

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Cats in Morocco You will find cats everywhere: in the street, in the shops, in the monuments, watching the tourists, alone or in groups, more friendly or more unfriendly.   Cats , inhabitants in large numbers in all regions of the country and for which Moroccans have a...