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  • A la hauteur de l'hospitalité marocaine

    "Nous avons réservé en famille Dar Tifawine (maison de lumière en berbère) pour une semaine. Ce fut une véritable réussite. Après avoir usé et abusé de gîte travers le monde, je n'ai pas encore trouvé un endroit à la hauteur de Dar Tifawine. L'infrastructure est de grande qualité et respectueuse de l'environnement, le personnel très professionnel. Nous avons tous apprécié la qualité de l'accueil et la disponibilité de Souad, sa bonne humeur et sa gentillesse a enchanté notre séjour. Un grand merci à Hamid pour nous avoir régaler (Allah y kater khirek) avec ses talents culinaires et aussi a Najat et Rachida pour leur grande disponibilité et leurs gentillesses. Je n'oublie pas non plus les deux jardiniers(désolé j'ai oublié leur prénom) qui ont su nous servir et faire leur travail sans bousculer notre intimité. J'espère réellement renouveler cet expérience inoubliable."
    Guest: Abdelaziz H. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 7, 2014
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  • A memorable vacation

    "My sister & I stayed here for a little over a week. The apartment is absolutely beautiful a must if you are vacationing in this area. The internet is ok not great but I think that is an issue everywhere in Egypt. If we decide to visit egypt again we will definetly stay here."
    Guest: Nita Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 4, 2014
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Morocco Travel Tips

Best Seasons to Visit Morocco Vacation Rentals

Morocco is located on the far northwestern tip of Africa. Its coastline takes in both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The coastal region enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate while the mountainous interior has more extreme temperature variations. The region on the interior of the Atlas Mountains is more barren as this is where the Great Sahara Desert begins. The season that you choose to travel in will depend largely on your interests and the activities that you wish to enjoy.

In recent years, Morocco has become a popular trekking destination and there several routes that traverse sections of the mountains. The best season for trekking in the Atlas Mountains is from late March to mid-November. If you plan to visit the cultural or historical sites in any of the major cities, the summer months are the best. These run from May through October. The peak season occurs in June and July when many Europeans flock to Morocco’s beaches and cities for their summer vacations.

Stylish Comfort in a Luxury Riad in Morocco

Morocco has grown in popularity as a tourist destination, largely because it is close to Europe, easily accessible and a comparatively affordable vacation destination. There are many luxurious homes, known as riads, available for rental in cities such as Marrakesh, Casablanca, Tangier and Agadir. These homes offer luxurious Moroccan-style accommodations, coupled with modern conveniences. Many of the riads are serviced and have staff to attend to cooking, cleaning and general administration. If you want a truly memorable vacation in Morocco, then book one of the luxury riads during your stay.

Activities and Attractions near Morocco Vacation Houses

Morocco has an ancient history that dates back to pre-biblical times. It has a rich and diverse cultural history that is reflected both in the culture of the day and the unique architectural styles in the cities. Often referred to as a destination that is both romantic and mysterious, it is a popular honeymoon destination for European travelers. It has the just the right blend of scenic beauty, exotic charm and warm weather. The diverse attractions offer something of interest to almost every type of traveler. It is an experience to meander down the streets and visit the bazaars. Bargaining becomes an art and is an integral part of the culture.

At the restaurants, you can delight in Moroccan cuisine. A rich and spicy mixture of flavors will provide you with a unique culinary experience. Part of the Moroccan tradition is to enjoy a hubbly bubbly after a meal. Various flavors of tobacco and herbs are used in these ancient vaporizers and the sensation is generally rather pleasant.

In the summer months, the beaches are usually filled with Europeans tanning and enjoying the summer sun. For those that have an interest in Morocco’s history and culture, there are many ancient historical sites. Asilah is a seaside resort that is believed to have been built by the Phoenicians in 1500 BC. Today, ancient ramparts and gates still stand among more modern structures. The town has been home to conquerors, emperors and even pirates through the centuries.

Tips for Traveling to Morocco

It is important to respect the local customs in Morocco. Dress is conservative, and legs and shoulders are considered to be private body parts. Women should ensure they are covered to their wrists and ankles, and men to their elbows and below their knees. Short sleeves and sleeveless shirts are frowned upon, although in some of the cities women do sometimes wear knee-length skirts. This should be avoided by tourists as you could be harassed and receive unwanted attention. Also avoid tight-fitting clothing for the same reasons.

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