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Morocco and South Africa to resume diplomatic ties

Morocco and South Africa to resume diplomatic ties

  More than 10 years after the Kingdom of Morocco pulled out its ambassador from Pretoria, South Africa, Morocco and Southern Africa will resume diplomatic ties, announced South African President Jacob Zuma. The kingdom recalled its 2004 ambassador from South Africa when then South Africa President Thabo Mbeki recognized a breakaway region in West Sahara where Morocco… more

The Africa Union Welcomes Back Morocco

Africa Union Welcomes Back Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco received a warm welcome from the majority of African countries during the first plenary meeting of the 28th session of the African Union Summit conducted in the capital of Ethiopia. African Commission president reported that 39 countries aired their support for Morocco’s comeback to the Union. The kingdom was welcomed enthusiastically by Africa… more

Morocco On Better Trade Opportunity with Africa

Morocco On Better Trade Opportunity with Africa

The Kingdom of Morocco’s return to the African Union opens up a greater chance for trade with countries in Africa. Part of the advantages of the country’s return into AU is the collaboration on varied commercial industries with African nations, most of which are developing faster in comparison with European states.   Analysts state that even though… more

The Special Bond between Morocco and Africa

The Special Bond between Morocco and Africa

The Kingdom of Morocco is the sole Maghreb nation that has long years of relations with Saharan African countries. It all began with the caravan routes that started from Morocco to reach black Africa. The country has long been strongly committed to promoting peace and tolerance as evident in the presence of a variety of religious communities… more

Morocco Honors World Traveler Ibn Battuta through Festival

Morocco Honors World Traveler Ibn Battuta through Festival

Tangier, Morocco – A Muslim Traveler from the Middle Ages, Ibn Battuta was honored in his very own native city by local and international travel and culture communities. Founded in 2015, The Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta has successfully organized an international event that aims to promote the inspiring story of the young traveler who journeyed the… more

Why Travel with Your Family

Why Travel with Your Family

Spending some quality time with your family during your travels always create fond memories. If work has put your life on hold and has not traveled with your family for a very long time, here are some reasons we would like to share to inspire you and your family to take that long overdue Family Vacation.  … more

When Travel Produces Compassion and Tolerance

When Travel Produces Compassion and Tolerance

The Life of travel opens your world in ways you can never learn just by reading books. It lets you see first-hand man’s ways of living in many different ways, from cultures, to dress, to food to language, the scenic landscapes – the beautiful diversity of each travel destination. We end up caring more for the rest… more

Why Travel Young

Why Travel Young

If you are in your twenties, healthy, fit and would like to learn and become a better person, go on a journey, see the world and travel. Discover how other people go on their day to day life, and learn from people. Sadly, for many, traveling is not a possibility due to money and time. For the… more

9 Common Qualities of Travelers

When you have tried an array of international cuisines, interact with diverse cultures, have explored the many metro and wilderness, have observed the many differences and similarities, you tend to develop your personality as well. You transform into a better person because travel changes you. Along with your journey, you grow as a person and adopt some… more

On Travel and Life Changes

On Travel and Life Changes

Some of the biggest issues concerning solo travel include these fear factors: fear of not being safe, scared, of being left alone and lonely. The truth is, fear holds many people back. It holds them back from their dreams and of things and places they want to pursue. The United States Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt has… more