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10 Beautiful Places to Visit in Morocco ???????? | Must See Morocco Travel Guide

10 Beautiful Places to Visit in Morocco. Some of the best places to visit in Morocco are imperial cities like Marrakesh, Fez, Meknes, and Rabat. But other top tourist attractions in morocco are the Kasbah of the Oudaias, the old medina, and the Hassan Tower. Morocco is also famous for its natural beauty, from the golden beaches of seaside towns like Essaouira and Asilah to the magnificent arid landscapes of the Sahara Desert. So this short morocco travel guide will highlight just 10 places for first timers.

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Morocco: The Don'ts of Visiting Morocco

Whether you are heading to Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech, the Sahara, or the Blue City, Morocco has a lot of great tourist things to do on a Moroccan vacation. Here are the things tourists should not do when they visit Morocco. We hope this can help you with your travels to Morocco.
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Morocco Travel Guide 2020 - How To Plan For Morocco

Morocco Travel Guide 2020 - How To Plan For Morocco
Morocco has incredible landscapes with great food and people.

Here are my tips for planning your trip.
1. Don’t make it a quick trip
2. Hire a driver. Here is a the website to the company that I used to hire a driver. Make sure you request M'bark
3. Stay in a riad
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Morocco is one of the most amazing places that you can visit. It’s one of the few places that I’ve been to that made me feel like I left my reality completely. This country is so amazing because its a deep mix of many cultures Arab,Afro and Euro. The food is incredible, the landscapes are incredible the architecture is incredible. Here are a few tips on how to make sure you make the most of your tripFirst I want to say that I went to Morocco over 5 years ago and my shooting skills with a cinema camera were complete trash so I have limited footage.
* Don’t make it a quick trip. The first thing that you should know about Morocco is that the country is huge and all the cities that are worthwhile visiting are very far apart so you’ll definitely need to dedicate 7-9 days at a minimum. I wouldn’t go for less time than that to visit multiple cities because you simply wont have enough time and honestly you really shouldn’t rush through Morocco.
* Hire a driver. Next I strongly recommend hiring a driver to take you around. A driver will allow you to take it easy and rest in between cities. Also it’s wise to get a driver because there are police constantly stopping cars and your driver is obviously better suited for dealing with local police. I recommend Mbark, who was my driver, he uses SUVs to drive around thats definitely necessary to get around some of the places we went to. I’ll have the link to his website in the description
* Stay in a riad. Book stays in a riad instead of a traditional hotel as much as you can. You should really immerse yourself inside Morocco and its culture and this is a great way to start your dayRiads are traditional Moroccan homes that feature beautiful open air courtyards in the center. They’re usually decorated with beautiful mosaic and are hundreds of years old. These buildings are usually located inside the dense cities so there are almost no windows for viewing out. Instead they have the windows facing towards the courtyard in the center. These places are too unique to pass out on and the best part is that they are really really cheap to stay
* Glamp in the desert. Sleeping in the desert was one of the most amazing things I did in Morocco. We stayed in Marzuga which was in the northern Sahara desert and we had a n amazing time. The amount of stars you see is incredible. We watched the moon rise from the top of a sand dune which was so pretty. I thought it was incredible because the moon was so bright that you could easily read from a book outside wow. Also these tents aren’t your average camping tent. I said we were clamping. The tents have a full bed, sofa, shower and bathroom inside. The food they served was amazing and at night they usually have a fire pit going. Man… thinking back on it I wish I would’ve stayed one more night. There was something really special about that place.
* Be aware. People in Morocco are awesome but you still need to be careful with things that you do. For example when I went to Fez we got into a bunch of shady situations. Basically don’t make too much eye contact with people because otherwise they’ll try to either “help you with directions” like walk you to a restaurant or gift shop where they will expect a tip and if you refuse they’re probably get rude with you. The problem is that Morocco has a huge unemployment rate so people are trying to do what they can to get some money. While helping out the local economy is good by eating at small restaurants and visiting small shops it can get dangerous and shady if you notice that people are constantly coming up to you and harassing you asking you to help you. Another place where you need to watch out for this is in Jamal Al Efna. This place is awesome but you need to be careful when taking photos. Often times I’d take a wide shot of a scene and someone who just so happens to be in the photo came up to me asking for money because they were in my shot… crazy. Just say no and walk away. Regardless make sure that when you’re taking photos no person is your focus.
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Visit Morocco: 15 Culture Shocks of Morocco

Heading to Marrakech or Casablanca or the Sahara Desert there are a lot of wonders to see in Morocco. Here we talk about the culture shocks and cultural differences that tourists and travelers should pay attention to, so they can have the best visit possible to Morocco. So if you are heading to Fes or going to the blue city of Morocco Chefchaouen this video is to help you travel better.
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Marina Mall, Casablanca Morocco

Marina Mall, Casablanca Morocco Is a stylish mall on Boulevard des Almohades. The other side of the mall faces the Atlantic Ocean shore. There are nearly 150 stores on two floors some of them include Decathlon, lc waikiki, defacto, & virgin store. There are clothing, shoe, sports goods, beauty and jewellery shops here. There is large food court and Marjane supermarket in it. There is a huge parking lot. The general space of the mall is very artistically decorated. It is an open, congestion free shopping mall with a stunning ocean view.

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Bullet Train to Marrakesh | The Fastest Train in Africa | Al-Boraq in Morocco

My journey continues. Still stuck in Morocco, I make my from Tangier to Casablanca and finally full circle back to Marrakesh where my seven months in Morocco all started. Making my way from Tangier to Marrakesh gave me the opportunity to ride Morocco’s famed new bullet train, the Al-Boraq, the fastest train in all of Africa.

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TANGIER - MOROCCO the most beautiful city in the world ????????

Located on the northwestern of Morocco, on the Moroccan coast at the western entrance to the strait of Gibraltar, Tangier is a major city at a major location where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic
Ocean off Cape Spartel, It is the capital of the Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima region, as well as the Tangier- Assilah prefecture of Morocco.
Tangier history is considered one of the richest histories in all of Morocco, the reason of that is many
different cultures and civilizations passed through this area, at first it was a Berber small town then
changed into a Phoenician trading center to the independence era around the 1 950s, and then became a destination for many European and American diplomats, spies, writers and businessmen.

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The Casablanca Tramway is a low-floor tram system in Casablanca, Morocco. As of 2021, it consists of two lines - T1 from Sidi Moumen to Lissasfa, and T2 from Sidi Bernoussi to Aïn Diab—which intersect at 2 points and form a 47 km network with 71 stations. Two additional lines, T3 and T4, are scheduled to open in 2022
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10 Africa Countries with the Best Quality Roads

Top 10 African Countries with the Best Quality Roads. Welcome to Afro Page and thanks for watching. In today’s video, we shall be counting down the top 10 African countries with the best quality roads. One of the essential factors for economic growth is domestic and international transportation, thus, road infrastructure needs to be maintained and updated regularly. when it comes to ranking countries by their road networks, African countries lag way behind. This is surprising considering the fact that a chunk of the budgetary allocations in many African countries are centered on road development, yet very little can be shown for it. The Global Competitive Report Index is charged with the ranking of roads worldwide to set aside the best from the worst. In ranking the countries, the Global Competitive Report index tracks the performance of approximately 140 countries on 12 pillars of competitiveness, including the quality of road infrastructure development, maintenance and urban-rural balance. In the recent ranking by the Global Competitive Report Index, United Arab, Singapore, and Switzerland, emerged with the best road in the world with scores of 6.2 each, while Mauritania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Haiti, emerged with the worst roads with score of 2.1.
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According to the just released World Economic Forum of Road Quality Index for Africa, these are the top 10 African countries with the best quality roads.

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Officially the Republic of Senegal, is a country in West Africa. Senegal covers a land area of almost 197,000kilo meter square and has an estimated population of about 16.5 million people. The system of roads in Senegal is extensive by West African standards, with paved roads reaching each corner of the country and all major towns

9. Cape Verde - Score 4.1. The road network of Cape Verde is managed by the national government (Instituto de Estradas) and by the municipalities. The total length of the road network is 1,650 km, of which 1,113 km national roads and 537 km municipal roads. Of the national roads, 36% is asphalted. Roadways networks include 10,000 km including unpaved tracks accessible only to four-wheel drive vehicle.
8. Botswana, Score 4.1.
Botswana is a landlocked country in Southern Africa, formerly the British protectorate of Bechuanaland, gained independence on 30th September 1966. It is currently Africa's oldest continuous democracy, with a population of about 2.5 million people and a surface area of 581,730 kilo meter square. Botswana has good quality roads rubbing shoulders with countries in Europe on road quality.




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A visit to Anfa Place Mall, Casablanca Morocco

Anfa Place mall, Casablanca Morocco Is a Bustling, modern shopping complex with international retailers, local boutiques, eateries & more. on Boulevard de la Corniche. The other side of the mall faces the Atlantic Ocean shore. There are many stores on three floors some of them include, lc waikiki & virgin store. There are clothing, shoe, sports goods, beauty and jewellery shops here. There is large food court and Carrefore supermarket in it. There is a huge parking lot. The general space of the mall is very artistically decorated. It is an open, congestion free shopping mall with a stunning ocean view.

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Two Worlds Meet - GETTING MARRIED IN MOROCCO | AFL Doc about a wedding

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This is a Wedding in Kenitra, Morocco. A's brothers wedding. So the family are gathered in Morocco, most of us for the first time to witness a rather special wedding. A cinematic look on a wedding, on a meeting between two worlds. A Swedish man and a Moroccoan woman gets married.

Sit back and observe and relive the spectacle which is a Moroccoan wedding.

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0:02 Arrival to Kenitra
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3:48​ Wedding Day Morning
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7:29​ Part II - The Entrance of The Bride
10:07 The Ammaria - Presentation of The Bride
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13:54 The Finale - Change of Clothes, Dinner, Dance and Boquet

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Moroccan People, Culture , Customs and Traditions

Morocco is a land with an expansive history of customs and traditions. The country is worldly renowned for its incredible hospitality and its impressive blend of cultures and religions. It is also a land of extraordinary contrasts and remarkable diversity. What could be more emblematic of Moroccan people, customs and cultural heritage than a traditional Moroccan wedding? Moroccan weddings are an elaborate affair that celebrates unity, love, happiness, and prosperity. It is a vibrant commemoration of sanctity and virtue that engages all five senses, through the colors, the music, the clothing, and the food.

Moroccan cuisine is worldly renowned for its intense and diverse flavors, colorful blends and artistic presentation, so naturally when it comes to weddings, the food is just that much more scrumptious and exceptional. Hosting an unforgettable feast entails opulent displays of splendor and sophisticated taste, and this translates to the clothing. People wear their most luxurious and extravagant frocks, with exquisite beaded caftans and fascinating sequined takshitas in vibrant colors.

Weddings aside, the variety in traditional Moroccan clothing is specific to each occasion, based on how casual or formal it is. Djellabas are the most relaxed form of traditional clothing, you can find people sporting while running for errands or while visiting family and friends. Whereas caftans and jabadors can be worn for religious holidays or engagement parties and takshitas are reserved for more formal settings.

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With centuries of trade, conquest and immigration, Moroccan food preparation and consumption habits have been frequently shaped and reshaped. The region takes pride in its culinary scene with its exquisite flavors and tantalizing aromas. Geographic diversity and climate greatly allow for the cultivation of an impressive range of foods and ingredients.

Because of its strategic location, Morocco has been part of the spice trade route in the past. This marked a truly defining period in the history of North Africa and Morocco in particular. It also helped broaden the country’s culinary scope to incorporate new ingredients, herbs and spices that have now become a staple in Moroccan cuisine.

The rich history of Morocco, from the indigenous Berbers to the nomadic Arabs, the Phoenicians, and the Romans, is emulated in the gastronomy. Moroccan people may differ in terms of their ethnicity, religious beliefs, or political affiliation, but they do share an avid appreciation for food and cooking.

Understanding the food culture is a great way to see how people of different regions come together, share ideas and contribute to the creation of new dishes, meals, and cooking traditions. Tajine, Couscous, Pastilla, and Harira are testimony of regional influences combined with ancient cooking traditions.

A lot of Morocco’s staple dishes, lamb tajine with dried apricots or couscous with caramelized onions and raisins, for example, consist of blending sweet and savory flavors together, a tradition that goes back to Ancient Roman cuisine. When you try to dissect the history of any traditional Moroccan dish, you will find hints of Sicilian, Maltese, Greek, and Arab influences.

This makes it a bit challenging to pinpoint what belongs to whom. Nonetheless, whether it’s street food, a lavish restaurant or a homemade meal, you can expect unctuous dishes full of flavor and panache that will inevitably make you fall in love with the region and its cuisine.

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The multi-ethnic background of Moroccan culture cannot be more evident than in the country’s musical landscape and dance forms. Despite the Western music scene’s heavy impact on contemporary Moroccan artists, there has been a recent yearning for more traditional and authentic Moroccan music.

This longing to revisit one’s history is encapsulated in the revival of Gnaoua, Berber, Rai, and Andalusian music through annual concerts and festivals dedicated to these ethnic genres. A lot of young musicians and artists have also contributed to this revival by performing covers of traditional songs using more modern-fitting rhythms and instruments to appeal to the youth.

Like a lot of customs and traditions, Moroccan music also varies depending on the geographic location of each region. Andalusian music, a mixture of Spanish and Arab influences, dates back to the 9th century. It’s considered to be Morocco’s classical music, and it’s generally played on special occasions and national celebrations like Eid.

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We left Chiang Mai, THAILAND for MOROCCO [Hotel 2021]

This is the fifth episode of our ‘Weird & Wonderful’ Hotel Series where we stay in the quirkiest and most obscure accommodations that we can find in Thailand! We left Thailand for Morocco… for one night! This hotel was spectacular, from the attention to detail and the décor - we truly felt like we had left Chiang Mai, Thailand for the night!

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