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Camel Trekking © Jordan Busson

Camel Trekking in Morocco

Although camel trekking is a popular tourist activity all over the world - from Oman and India to Mongolia - there is surely no better way to test your mettle than to board a 'ship of the desert' in the biggest and most unforgiving desert of them all, the Sahara. Camel trekking in Morocco is hugely popular, giving all…

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Moroccan Meal © Jonathan Hood

Cooking Classes in Morocco

Cooking classes are becoming an increasingly popular tourist activity in Morocco. Moroccan cuisine has a rich and varied history, showing traces of Berber, Andalusian, Turkish, Middle Eastern and (most recently) French influence. It is not only healthy and delicious, but relatively simple to prepare once you've been…

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Hiking in the Atlas Mountains © Josef87

Walking in the Atlas Mountains

Travellers to Morocco find it hard to resist the lure of the imposing Atlas Mountains, which arc southwards from the Mediterranean coast for 1,000 miles (1,609km) and offer adventurers a trekker's paradise.

Numerous guided walking tours and treks are on offer, generally starting from Marrakech or the village…

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Camel Trekking © Jordan Busson

Camel Trekking in Morocco

Although camel trekking is a popular tourist activity all over the world - from Oman and India to Mongolia - there is surely no better way to test your mettle than to board a 'ship of the desert' in the biggest and most unforgiving desert of them all, the Sahara. Camel trekking in Morocco is hugely popular, giving all…

read more


Moroccan Meal © Jonathan Hood

Cooking Classes in Morocco

Cooking classes are becoming an increasingly popular tourist activity in Morocco. Moroccan cuisine has a rich and varied history, showing traces of Berber, Andalusian, Turkish, Middle Eastern and (most recently) French influence. It is not only healthy and delicious, but relatively simple to prepare once you've been…

read more


Hiking in the Atlas Mountains © Josef87

Walking in the Atlas Mountains

Travellers to Morocco find it hard to resist the lure of the imposing Atlas Mountains, which arc southwards from the Mediterranean coast for 1,000 miles (1,609km) and offer adventurers a trekker's paradise.

Numerous guided walking tours and treks are on offer, generally starting from Marrakech or the village…

read more