1. 5 Reasons Why Tata Should Be in Your Bucket List.

    Located on the picturesque Saharan plain at the foot of Jebel Bani, Tata was an oasis settlement along the trade route from West Africa. Roughly meaning 'take a break' in Tashelhit, it was the men from Saharan caravans, who used to rest here on their long tiring journey path. Close to the Algerian b…Read More

  2. 7 Reasons Why Asilah is Beguiling

    This tranquil and splendid destination along the Atlantic coast provides a Spanish touch to the Moroccan traditions. Asilah adorned with inspiring artwork, pristine beaches and well preserved 15th century ramparts and gates will definitely enchant you. Located 31 kilometers south of Tangier, this co…Read More

  3. 6 Reasons Why Zagora is a Must See

    On your Moroccan desert safari, Zagora is probably the last major town you’ll hit on your way to Erg Chigaga, one of the two major dunes of the Sahara stretch. Though most travelers won’t spend more than a night in the Zagora oasis, it’s a destination in its own right which provides a glance o…Read More

  4. 8 Reasons Why Tétouan Need To Be In Your Moroccan Itinerary

    Resting on the foothills of the Rif and just a few kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea, this quiet town with heavy Spanish influence should feature in your itinerary for some unique reasons. Your trip to Morocco should include this picturesque city of Tétouan which lies along the Martil Valley, a…Read More

  5. Dance Away The Night With DJ Katy M’s Riveting Mixes.

    Marrakech being a global tourist hub, offers a host of options to its patrons for spending an active and equally entertaining evening across various venues in the city. You can experience the traditional nightlife at the city’s central medina or hang out in Djemma El Fna at night with friends to e…Read More

  6. 7 Reasons Why El Jadida Will Leave You Breathless

    Along the Atlantic coast, at around 106 km south of Casablanca lies the quaint city of El Jadida. This port city is mostly frequented by Moroccan tourists, however international travelers find this as an offbeat destination. The laid back beach life, historic sites and lip smacking sea foods score h…Read More

  7. How To Explore Al Hoceima The Right Way

    This picturesque city on the northern edge of the Rif Mountains along the Mediterranean coast will definitely enthral you. Al Hoceima is one of those places in Morocco that’s worth a visit. Known to be one of the cleanest and safest Moroccan cities, it is characterized by astonishing sandy and shi…Read More

  8. 8 Reasons Why Agadir Will Amaze You

    Along Morocco’s southern coastline by the Atlantic Ocean lies the port city of Agadir which was completely rebuilt following a devastating earthquake in 1960. With a 10 km stretch of sandy beach and an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, this port city draws global tourists for a laid back hol…Read More

  9. 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