Skoura Valley still has that old-world romance and remains the perfect destination for road-weary travelers looking to unwind and get away from the world. After a couple nights of glamping in the Sahara desert, we found refuge at L’Ma Lodge– an oasis tucked inside a massive palm grove. On my latest Moroccan sojourn, I took…

Before my recent trip to Morocco, I has some serious issues deciding what to pack. I was traveling to Morocco in March, so I knew the weather would be warm, and it was very humid, which made packing conservative clothing even trickier! Because Morocco is a conservative and religious country, clothing is something you should…

Add to Flipboard Magazine. You might have seen these incredible Moroccan sand dunes full of camels and luxury tents on Instagram. They can look dreamy. But don’t be fooled – not every desert tour company will take you there, as each desert camp looks different. Wherever you go in Marrakech or search online, you’ll find hundreds…

I took my first trip to Morocco this past March, and based on my previous trips to Jordan and other conservative countries, compiled my favorite travel outfits to help you prepare and pack for a trip to Morocco. Use my packing ideas below, but revise as needed based on weather and season for when you plan your own trip…

Add to Flipboard Magazine. You’ve probably seen a lot of photos from a city with blue walls on Instagram. The town is Chefchaouen and it’s a truly beautiful town in Morocco, surrounded by majestic Rif mountains of the north. It’s a place full of history and many hidden finds. Chefchaouen can surely ‘blue’ you away!…

Language: In Marrakech, you’ll hear a flurry of languages including French, Spanish, Arabic, and Berber. English is common anywhere touristy, but it’s definitely handy to know a few words of French. Currency: Morocco uses dirhams, and one US dollar will get you about 11 of them. When it comes to spending money, carry cash and…