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Morocco Dreaming – start planning your trip now

In these uncertain times of lockdowns and social distancing, we’ve had to cancel our guests’ precious holidays to Morocco up to June. And then the summer months in most parts of the country are far too hot to contemplate a visit, even if coronavirus restrictions are lifted by then. So just when are people planning

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Mediterranean coastal park near Al Hoceima

Morocco in winter

December and January are good months to visit Morocco.  It is a popular time of year, which means the souks and cities are filled with buzzing energy, but you can always seek out some quiet if you know where to look. Exploring the Sahara is perfect – while it’s cold at night, the days are

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Tangier – look again

In 1683, the English diarist Samuel Pepys dubbed Tangier ‘the excrescence of the earth’. In the 1950s, the city became an International Zone that attracted foreigners, artists, spies and hippies. It was neglected, sleazy and dissolute,with a nasty breed of hustler who’d make life miserable for every visitor. Hardly the place to spend a few

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