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Sustainable Holidays in Morocco – What Is Sustainable Tourism?

Friday, 28 February 2014 12:00 AM

The terms Sustainable Tourism, Responsible Tourism and Eco-Tourism are used more and more but their meanings are not well known. We try to shed some light on this in this article, and highlight the importance of Sustainable Tourism & Responsible Tourism practices.


Sustainable Holidays in Morocco – Lonely Planet Award to La Maison Anglaise, top 10 eco stays worldwide 2014

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 12:00 AM

Lonely Planet have recently announced their top 10 list of eco stays worldwide for 2014, within that list is 1 property in Morocco - La Maison Anglaise, one of our accommodations in Taroudant, home of our Real Morocco programme of cultural activities.

Naturally Morocco sends our congratulations to Jane and her team for years of dedication and hard-work that has resulted in this well deserved award.


The Times - A Weekend in …. Rabat, Morocco

Saturday, 22 February 2014 12:00 AM

“If this is Morocco, then I’m hooked,” says Mark … . And I realise: Rabat is Morocco, absolutely, just a different version to the one I know – quieter, calmer, but just as intoxicating and just as much fun. – by Annabelle Thorpe, writing in the Travel section of the Times on Saturday


Food on a Morocco Holiday - Moroccan Foods Today

Friday, 21 February 2014 12:00 AM

Moroccan cuisine is synonymous with tagine, but to limit your thoughts to such would be a great disservice to what is a broad and fabulous gastronomic heritage and culture.

Here we give a sample of classic dishes including Harira, great salads, Merchoui, Couscous (like you have never tasted it before), Pastilla and Meshwi.


Food on a Morocco Holiday - Ingredients & Meals

Wednesday, 19 February 2014 12:00 AM

Moroccan cuisine uses a range of locally grown ingredients - with a variety of vegetables, herbs and spices to make unique and healthy dishes.

Whilst holiday makers to Morocco may not have the chance to take part in traditional Morccan meals, they do have the advantage of having generally excellent continental breakfasts.


Food on a Morocco Holiday - History of Cuisine in Morocco

Tuesday, 18 February 2014 12:00 AM

Every holiday maker is different - an exciting adventure for one is something to worry about for another, and issues around food can be significant. We at Naturally Morocco love Moroccan cooking and we are sure that you will too, and I hope that a little background to Moroccan cuisine will ease your mind if you are concerned.


Morocco's “Arab Spring” – Latest Update, 2013

Friday, 14 February 2014 12:00 AM

This article discusses the events in 2013, a year of peaceful political change, during with the 20th February Movement (those leading the demonstrations in 2011) have been very quiet.

Whilst youth unemployment is high and there are other social ills in Morocco as in many or most other countries at this time, there is widespread support for the King and belief in the good intentions of his reforms.


Morocco's "Arab Spring" - Reform of the Constitution, 2011

Wednesday, 12 February 2014 12:00 AM

This article discusses the second stage of the "Arab Spring" in Morocco - the creation of the new constitution and Government in Morocco in 2011 following the demonstrations early in that year.


Morocco's “Arab Spring” – The start, 2011

Monday, 10 February 2014 12:00 AM

This article discusses the start of the "Arab Spring" in Morocco and the creation of the 20th February Movement - which coordinated demonstrations focused at high unemployment and perceived Government corruption.

Holiday makers in Morocco were largely unaffected by these events, other than those near the infrequent demonstrations in major conurbations, which were largely peaceful.


Morocco Holiday Tips – Restaurants and Bars – Kozybar and Le Tanjia

Friday, 7 February 2014 12:00 AM

Many of our guests want some alcohol during a Morocco holiday, and often it is hard to find a bar or restaurant serving alcohol due to the Islamic beliefs of Moroccans.

We can advise you where and when alcohol can be consumed during the booking process, but we highlight here the Kozybar and Le Tanjia restaurant in Marrakech as good examples of what can be found in Moroccan cities.


Focus on – Domaine Malika & Holidays in Ouirgane (High Atlas)

Wednesday, 5 February 2014 12:00 AM

Domaine Malika is our newest addition to our portfolio, a luxury guest house which we have carefully selected following consistently good reviews.

It is set in the High Atlas mountains, around an hour's drive from Marrakech, in the beautiful tree lined valley of Ouirgane, noted for its peace and beauty and for the range of treks available in the areas.