‘Fortunately, there is help. But everyone still lives in tents, they have no water, they have no electricity’. That is the message we got this week from a Dutch journalist,
Marrakech Medina: Lose yourself in the labyrinth. Unearth history, shop, dine, and explore in a vibrant labyrinth. Be wary of scams. Embrace the art of haggling and get lost in the enchanting souks.
About the earthquake in Morocco. On September 8, late in the evening, Morocco was shocked by an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8. The consequences of the earthquake are
Magical Morocco the romantic side, a night under the stars, in the beautiful, majestic desert, in the arms of the one you love: isn’t that a secret dream of all girls? And that is a dream that can come true. The endless ocean at Essaouira, Dream in a riad, Roaming through the Medina
From the snakes of the snake charmers in Jemaa el Fnaa square to the camels in the desert: the animals of Morocco and how we interact with them Can you already picture them when you close your eyes and think of the desert? The stately camels that march through the desert? They are not called […]
We can imagine that visiting Morocco for the first time is a big adventure. Morocco is different from western countries and can be quite overwhelming. But you won’t be the first that went to Morocco curious
Votre for Hassan, please join us in nominating Hassan Hisse for the Wanderlust World Guide Award 2020. Hassan’s warmth and charm make him a remarkable guide, Wanderlust World Guide Award
Update from Morocco: SOS Tourism hereby is a small update from our side. First of all; thank you very much for all the kind words and the generous donations we have received so far, providing help to local families
Amsterdam, 11 August 2021. The Travelife Partner Award was received today by Travel Magical Morocco. The award recognizes Travel Magical Morocco’s long-term efforts in the field of sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
Ok, we’ve got a question about Social Customs in Morocco. And I keep pondering about it: where to start? everything is different in Morocco, including Hospitality, Clothing, Respect, and Genuine interest.