When you visit Morocco, you will inevitably end up in a situation that will require you to queue for something. Things like waiting to purchase tickets to a historical site, changing cash at a money exchange or waiting for a table at a popular restaurant can all lead to an uncomfortable feeling when you’re unsure how to navigate the situation.
The itinerary here leaves you loads of free time. If you want us to incorporate extra activities, that’s easily done.
Morocco does vegetarianism quite well. Many Moroccans basically eat that way due to poverty, past or present (just as Tuscan cuisine originated from poor people foraging for food in the Tuscan countryside). Veganism however is a concept with which many Moroccans, including those in the tourist sector, still grapple.
Dial Up Your Sensory Sensitivity 6/6: Chefchaouen – Tasting the Luscious Creaminess of the Jben Cheese
Chefchaouen, nestled in the Rif Mountains, has taken travel circles by storm as people flock to photograph this blue-hued wonderland. There are however multiple reasons you should consider adding it to your Morocco travel list. Details of this blog post are available to clients.
Dial Up Your Sensory Sensitivity 5/6: Tangier – Savouring the smokiness of the roasted chickpeas, not just grabbing a bite to eat.
Spies and traitors. Writers and musicians. Wandering hippies ready to make their way through Morocco. What do they all have in common? Tangier.
Dial Up Your Sensory Sensitivity 4/6: Marrakech – Inhaling the fragrance you create with notes of your Moroccan adventure; not just a floral spray.
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