June, 2013

Moroccan Camel Festival: A tour of Morocco s cultural heritage

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

A small walled red clay city rises from the beautiful vast landscape of southern Morocco: Goulimine, is the capital of the Moroccan camel trade, playing host to the enchanting yearly Camel Festival, and a vibrant stop on your tour of Morocco. This small city 3 hours drive south of Agadir in the lower quarter of […]

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Moroccan Saffron: the first Saffron Festival

Monday, June 24th, 2013

One of the most painstaking, laborious and low yielding produce in the world but used in most of the countries infamous and delectable street side tagine eateries, Moroccan saffron is internationally recognized for its specific taste and Taliouine saffron festival, a must visit on your holiday in Morocco. Moroccan saffron is produced entirely in a […]

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For the love of art

Sunday, June 16th, 2013

History and art are the two words that best describe the Red City, the latter evolving very much in time. You can find handmade objects in all the souks in the city, especially in the Medina, where the touch of the bygone times is present at every corner, and the city has not lost its […]

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The Hammam ‚Äď Your Source of Inner Peace

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

You are just a few days away from your trip to Marrakech and all you can think about are the wonderful relaxing days that you will spend there far from your daily routine. Finding the place of your dreams is not at all impossible given the great number of hotels and riads¬†specially designed to satisfy […]

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Ramandan, a time of spiritual reflection

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

If you plan to visit Marrakech during Ramadan, you should know that this is the most important religious event celebrated by the Islamic world and it takes place during the ninth month of the year, according to the Islamic calendar. ¬†The term Ramadan finds its roots in the Arabic word ‚Äėramida‚Äô, meaning scorching heat or […]

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