Stay cool, stylish, and culturally respectful with these Morocco dress tips and recommendations.Read More
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Fes, Morocco is famous for their medina, a massive community of small cobblestone alleys loaded with riads, Moroccan lodging, as well as souks, which are Arab marketplace vendors. It is home to the oldest Medina in the whole wide world and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The medina is incredible, but can be really intimidating. If you’re thinking of traveling to Morocco, this post is a must-read!Read More
Marrakech was the most progressive city we encountered in Morocco. The city is filled with a lively medina, lots of food stands, and the gardens of Yves Saint Laurent. We gathered together the best things to do and the best places to stay in our travel guide to Marrakech, Morocco.Read More
Shopping in Morocco is interesting… When shopping in the medina, no prices are listed and it is the most extreme haggling we have ever encountered anywhere. The first price that vendors quoted was often FOUR TIMES higher than the final price that resulted. Don’t be afraid to walk away. Often enough, you will get alllll the way down the street before they start calling you back. In an attempt to help you with your shopping so you don’t get ripped off, here is what we were able to negotiate Moroccan souvenir prices down to.Read More
A few weeks ago, we traveled to Morocco to celebrate Karen’s birthday by glamping in the Moroccan desert. We spent over a week driving across the country, seeing all the sights, and eating all the foods of Morocco. This guide outlines what you can expect to eat while traveling to Morocco.Read More
Glamping at a Luxury Desert Camp is the experience of a lifetime, but traveling to the Sahara desert is quite the long journey. Learn about how best to get there and what to expect during your stay. Not to mention the photos are pretty dreamy as well…Read More