MOROCCO

  • What We Loved, Hated, and Learned From Our 2017 Travels

    2017 was a big year for us. Earlier this year we shared about our goal to travel to 17 countries in 2017, and we far surpassed that goal. As we reflect back on 2017, we decided again to provide you with the highlights from our year and answer your questions, rather than ramble on about…

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  • Glamping in the Sahara With Sahara Stars Camp

    When most people think of the Sahara, the first word that comes to mind is probably not “glamorous” or “luxurious.” However, with the recent “glamping” phenomenon, it has become possible to have a luxury desert experience. Glamping, or glamourous camping, has caught on recently as a global trend that allows people to enjoy the great…

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  • 3 Day Trip to the Sahara Desert With Marrakech Desert Trips

    Visiting the Sahara Desert has been on my travel bucket list for as long as I can remember. That’s why, when I took an impromptu trip to Morocco in May 2017, I made sure to plan my trip around a desert excursion. I booked a shared 3 day trip to the Sahara Desert with Marrakech…

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  • Surviving Marrakesh

    The following is a guest post by Kathy James of Walkabout Wanderer.

    I have been to Morocco three times over the past 18 months, so it is pretty clear that I love Morocco. Coming from the UK, I can arrive in Africa, submersed in a completely different culture, in only four hours. However, my love for Morocco stems from more than…

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