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Shopping in the streets of Essaouira || Morocco Destination Highlights

Shopping. We all do it. And some of us more than others, love it a lot! We always have time to do some window shopping, which usually turns into brining home lovely treasures from our Travel Experiences! Essaouira – a sleepy coastal town FULL of artisans and craftsman has...

Morocco’s Donkeys | Little Things I Love About

I am not sure if it is my personality or what, but I tend to root for the underdog, the ones unnoticed, the ones who silently make a difference. The donkeys of Morocco are definitely one of these. Their little stature makes them adorable, to me, and they are used EVERYWHERE in...

A visit to the nomads of the Sahara Desert | Morocco Real Life Experience

When in Morocco and you have the opportunity and the time, one must visit the desert. Our Morocco Team Expert, Youssef, is a Berber and his family was nomadic in the desert growing up. His first hand experience was awesome and he took us to a wonderful Berber nomad family far in...

Usha’s Moroccan Birthday Celebration | Guest Review

One of the things I like to know when I am traveling with a small group is if there is a birthday of on of the guests while we are traveling together. When we were in Morocco, Usha’s birthday fell on the day we were in beautiful Essaouira, on the west coast. Youssef, our...

The Roman ruins of Volubilis, Morocco | Destination Highlights

We were eager to see these Roman ruins in Morocco…Volubilis is a partly excavated Berber and Roman city in north/central Morocco situated near Meknes between Fes and Rabat and commonly considered as the ancient capital of the kingdom of Mauretania. The ruins remained fairly...

Hand of Fatima | Little Things I Love About

I have seen the Hand of Fatima, or Hamsa, many times before. But didn’t know the meaning of it or history. Fatima was the prophet Mohammed’s daughter and it is said that when you put the symbol of her hand on your door, or anywhere else, it does the same thing that the Greeks and...

A Gorgeous Moroccan Reunion | Guest Review

Suki had come on our Turkey Travel Experience just 7 months earlier when she and her dear college friend Santana, who lives in Australia, decided to “meet up” in Morocco for our Morocco Travel Experience. What an incredible thing to witness – friends from long ago reuniting in...

5 Things I love about Fes | Morocco Destination Highlights

Fes is such an incredible city. It’s got more than 12,000 streets in it’s old medina and is oozing with so much cultural and color. Staying here for at least a few days is a MUST when in Morocco. One thing I love about Fes, is the food souk, where the locals shop. Fresh fruits...

Ourika Valley & the Atlas Mountains | Guest Review

DayTrips – we offer them through out Morocco and soon, the Philippines. In May, Lani & Noah, spent part of the honeymoon in Marrakech and did a Follow Your Heart DayTrip out of Marrakech to the Ourika Valley & Atlas Mountains. Here is Lani’s account of their...

Moroccan Mint Tea || Morocco Real Travel Experience

I had knows some of this “moroccan mint tea” before I first visited Morocco. But not enough to truly value it like I do now. Some history: Maghrebi mint tea (or in Berber: Atay), also known as Moroccan, Bedouin, Algerian, Tunisian, or Libyan mint tea, is a green tea...