Tag Archives: Morocco

Direct cheap flights from Frankfurt to Marrakesh , By Air Arabia Morocco

Direct cheap flights from Frankfurt to Marrakesh

Air Arabia Morocco, the region’s leading low cost carrier, today announced the launch of direct flights between Frankfurt and Marrakesh, in-line with the airline’s continues network expansion strategy within Europe. In the past five months, Air Arabia Morocco has launched 6 new destinations between Europe and Morocco: Flights to one of the most iconic cities […]

Morocco,Exploring Remnants of Jewish History & heritage

Jewish History & heritage

Although as many as 240,000 Jews lived in Morocco as recently as the 1940s, only around 3,000 remain in the country today. Youness and I had not come to look for the Jews; we had come to look for the traces they left behind. These traces, whether in buildings or objects, or less tangibly in […]

Morocco, Festivals and Events

Morocco, Festivals and Events

November Tan Tan Moussem This is a traditional festival gathering, of nomadic tribal members who come together in celebration of their culture and religion. The event takes place towards the end of November or beginning of December in the town of Tan Tan, to the south of Morocco Eid Al Adha Festival During this annual […]

Fez a window to an ancient life


WITH more than 9,500 alleyways, minaret-topped mosques and living historical souks, the 1,200-year-old Medina in the Moroccan city of Fez radiates energy from the past. The rhythmic hammer-music of cobblers, stone chisellers and copper workers bounces between buildings so tightly packed together it seems they were hewed from a single stone. Visitors are sure to […]

Erg Chegaga desert camp, Torza

erg chigaga camp

in the Torza desert camp in Erg Chigaga you will find a big tent with a restaurant and lounge area. The tent is beautiful decorated with traditional Moroccan furniture, and in these exclusive cozy surroundings The Torza confort camp consist of  twelve fully equipped tents, with comfortable king-size beds, private bathroom with toilet and hot […]

Morocco , On the road from Agadir

Morocco , On the road from Agadir

The light, when we step off the flight from snowy London, is heavenly: a deep, cerulean blue where a cloudless North African sky meets the limitless horizon of the Atlantic. But the man-with-the-sign who’s meant to take us to our car is nowhere to be seen. I ring the help line. “Hello, Mrs Stevens,” says […]

Magical Morocco, from desert dunes to Casablanca

MEKNES, Morocco — “So you travel … only?” asked the woman sitting next to me in halting but intuitive English as we sat in the packed compartment on a train speeding through Moroccan farmland. We were the sole unveiled, unaccompanied women in the car. Travelling alone in this North African, Muslim country where public spaces […]