1. 7 Reasons Why Oujda is Outstanding

    Located about 15 kilometres west of Algerian border, this northeast Moroccan city was founded by Ziri ibn Atiyya in 9th century and used to bustle with traders and tourists. But closure of border area in 1995 left Oujda secluded. Historically this city has been an important crossing point for commer…Read More

  2. 6 Fascinating Golf courses of Marrakech!

        Golfing holidays are a great way to unwind yourself and is often enjoyed by the rich and famous. And this trend is also catching up with other forms of tourist too. The on-course experience along with travel memories is something that one would cherish after their trip. Be it professio…Read More

  3. 8 Reasons why Casablanca is captivating!

      8 Reasons why Casablanca is captivating   Located in the central western part of Morocco bordering the Atlantic Ocean, Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and is an industry and business hub. However it lags behind in comparison to the exotic charms of Marrakesh and Fes. Still the …Read More

  4. 8 Reasons why Ouarzazate is simply awesome!

        Unlike other cities of Morocco, Ouarzazate doesn’t score high on cityscape parameters – it’s dusty and is situated in the middle of a bare plateau south of the High Atlas Mountains. But then it has its own charm in pulling tourists from around the globe. The city nicknamed as “…Read More

  5. 8 Reasons why Chefchaouen is hypnotic

        If you want your Instagram followers to be jealous about your travel photos, then Chefchaouen is the place to be. The blue rinsed houses and buildings of this “Blue City” nestled among the Rif Mountains creates a hypnotic pull to all shutterbugs around the world. Pack your bags and…Read More

  6. 8 Reasons why Essaouira will enthral you!

        Essaouira is where Queen Daenerys from “Game of Thrones” met her loyal army of Unsullied for the first time. And this is where global tourists can experience a slice of coastal Morocco with historic ramparts along with rich culture and heritage. Known as the ‘Wind City of Africa…Read More

  7. 8 Reasons why Meknes will leave you mesmerized

        As compared to neighboring Fes, the imperial city of Meknes receives lesser footfalls but that doesn’t take away the shine from this historic neighborhood which was once home to Moroccan sultanate. Founded in the 11th century by the Almoravids as a military settlement, Meknes went on…Read More

  8. Why adventurous travelers love Rabat?

      The capital city of Morocco wears several accolades on its sleeve. Besides being one of the four imperial cities of Morocco and being listed as a World Heritage Site, it was also ranked at second place by CNN in its "Top Travel Destinations of 2013". Along the Atlantic Ocean, by the river of …Read More

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    Exploring the vivid Souks of Fes

        If you are in Morocco, then their bustling local market places cannot go unnoticed. Souks, as they are called locally can become endless maze to tourists who get wonderstruck by its sheer vibrancies. This can especially be the case in Fes as the narrow alleyways can cause visitors to g…Read More

  10. What Everybody Ought to Know About Volubilis?

        Just when you thought that you are done with your Morocco trip and had enough of those UNESCO World Heritage sites, this northern neighborhood of Meknes awaits to surprise you with its historic ruins that draws huge number of history enthusiasts and shutterbugs from around the world. Y…Read More