Archives 05/01/2019

Merzouga: The Sahara Desert

Merzouga: The Sahara Desert

Merzouga: The Sahara Desert

With a special taste of ancient Berber life, this distant yet lovely village is becoming a hub for travelers to experience and revel in the desert. Merzouga is a once in a lifetime experience- known for its wonderful orange sand dunes, camel rides and its attractive, and unusual, desert beauty. A night in the Sahara Desert is not soon forgotten and is not to be missed when traveling in Morocco.Read More

High Atlas Mountains

High Atlas Mountains

The High Atlas Mountains

The High Atlas rises from the west at the Atlantic Ocean and extends to the Moroccan-Algerian border. Berbers are the first inhabitants of these huge mountains and their culture reaches more than eight thousand years. Their traditional roofed houses, created from packed rocks and palm tree trunks. The walls are made of original clay. Paint colors were mixed with natural materials. Read More

romantic Valley of Roses in Morocco

Exploring the romantic Valley of Roses in Morocco

The romantic Valley of Roses in Morocco

While traveling to the Sahara Desert, you may want some down time to literally stop and smell the roses in El Kelaa M’Gouna. The fresh mountain air of this part of Morocco is scented with a hint of roses, and trees grow in abundance along the flowing river of Asif M’Goun. You’ll enjoy the tranquility of this pretty small town and be able to interact and learn more about the Berber lifestyle. If you visit in May you’ll get the opportunity to enjoy the lively Festival of Roses, that is held every year following the rose harvest. Read More