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Ibn Battuta: The Journey Begins

Ibn Battuta: The Journey Begins

Born and raised in the city of Tangier in Morocco in 1304, Ibn Battuta was raised from a Muslim family of legal scholars. At the age of 21 in 1325, he went for a pilgrimage in Mecca eager to learn and seek for adventure. He traveled along Northern Africa’s coast on the way to Egypt riding a… more

The Festival that Celebrates the Legacy of Ibn Battuta

The Festival that Celebrates the Legacy of Ibn Battuta

  In celebration of the Kingdom of Morocco’s vibrant culture, the Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta is organizing a unique travel and cultural event for its second edition of Ibn Battuta International Festival under this year’s theme entitled “Travelers, the Ambassadors of Peace”. The event is scheduled to take place on 9-12 November 2017 at the city… more

5 Things Tourists in Morocco can do during Ramadan

5 Things Tourists in Morocco can do during Ramadan

If you are going on a tour in Morocco this summer holiday during the holy month of Ramadan, you might be thinking that there would not be enough activities you can do. Fret not, because from visiting attraction to sampling local dishes, Morocco is still a go-to holiday spot even during Ramadan.   Here are some recommended… more

Greener Marrakech welcomes Africa’s first bike sharing program

Greener Marrakech welcomes Africa’s first bike sharing program

With support from the locals and government of Morocco, Medina Bike, a bike sharing firm from Marrakech paves the way for the country’s sustainable transport. Marrakech, one of the more famous cities in Morocco is dedicated to practicing green tourism. A leading international traveler destination and the country’s top attraction, Marrakech has just previously hosted a big international event called COP22… more

Vision 2020: Morocco as World Leader in Tourism

Vision 2020: Morocco as World Leader in Tourism

Morocco’s vision to become one of the world’s hottest destination by the year 2020 is moving close to reality after regulatory forms were presented in 2010. After the country’s Department of Tourism released officially its Vision 2020 along with a formal report to King Mohammed VI, Morocco has crafted extensive reforms to develop Morocco among the top 20… more

Marché Central in Casablanca to be restored as Tourist Gourmet Dining Spot

Marché Central in Casablanca to be restored as Tourist Gourmet Dining Spot

Situated in Casablanca’s old city, foodie traveler will be enthralled to know that Marché Central is set to be repaired and converted into a travel and gourmet dining destination. Just a short walk or tram ride coming to United Nations Place located in the center of Casablanca along the busy road of Muhammad V Boulevard is Marché… more

Recommended 2 Day Casablanca Travel Itinerary

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  If you are planning to explore Morocco’s biggest city, here’s a travel plan to serve your guide. The best time to go is when Casablanca when temperatures are mild with sunny skies. Being a previous colony of France, Casablanca has a unique charm adorned with an old walled Medina settled like a gem inside a Euro… more