Morocco is well-known for the variety and quality of its traditional arts and crafts. Fes in particular is renowned for the craftsmanship of silver teapots and trays, leather, copper and embroidery, and of course, ceramics. A visit to the Pottery Village cooperatives in Fes highlights the art of Moroccan ceramics, both pottery and zellige tilework.
Chefchaouen, Morocco's Blue Pearl, is a charming town to explore with its calm and serene blue walls against the backdrop of the rugged Rif Mountains.
Traveling on your own to any foreign country can be challenging and sometimes, downright daunting. Here are eight reasons why booking a trip with a private driver in Morocco is a great idea.
Couscous Friday: Culinary Traditions in Morocco TGIF! Here in Morocco that translates to two very important events: Friday prayer service and couscous. Similar to the Sunday roast tradition for Christian families in the West, families throughout Morocco gather on Fridays, to join together in prayer at their neighborhood mosque and return home to enjoy a ...