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#5 – All Aboard Africa’s First High Speed Train!

Morocco is set to have the first high-speed TGV train in Africa. It is undergoing its first phase of tests ahead of a planned launch in 2018. Source: BBC

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#4 – Try A Beach Holiday Next Time You Are In Morocco

Beaches might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of Morocco, but the North African country boasts miles of beautiful coastline that borders both the Mediterranean and Atlantic seas. Source: Independent

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#5 – New Hotels Are Set To Line The Streets Of Morocco In 2017

According to a recent study carried out by Index North Africa, 52 new hotels will be built by 2020, and 22 of them will be operational in 2017. Source: Morocco World News

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#1 – What You Need To Know Before Cruising Along Morocco’s Dunes

You will definitely need a 4×4, and almost definitely a local driver. Source: AFK Travel

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#9 – Why This Moroccan City Is Turning Into A Historical Icon

From its French-style balconies, courtyards to its unique lampposts, every thing in the city marks a chapter in the modern history of kenitra. Source: Morocco World News

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#5 – The Exotic Allure Of Morocco’s Magical Fes

Ifrane, a hill town set in the largest cedar forest in Africa, is the place to escape when the temperature in Fes soars. Sipping a hot chocolate in the glamorous Michlifen hotel with its indoor pool kept at 30c and gentle ski slopes a short car ride away. Read More [...]

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#2 – Winston Churchill Called It ‘’The Most Lovely Spot In The Whole World”

With towering palm trees, orange trees, 700-year-old olive trees and the intoxicating scent of rose bushes, the 18th-century gardens of “Arset el Mamoun” in Morocco were a gift to Prince Moulay Mamoun from his father. Read More >> Source: IOL

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#2 – Best Places To Travel In September 2016

Make the most of Morocco's cooling temperatures by hitting Tangier's TanJazz festival this September. Read More >> Source: Lonely Planet

#8 – If You Like Hiking Then This Moroccan Lodge Is Just For You

The lodge was designed in the traditional Berber style and has a panoramic rooftop terrace and private hammam (steam room) to relax muscles after a long trip. Read More >> Source: The Guardian

#4 – The Other Side Of Marrakesh

While most visitors to Marrakesh head straight for the medina and its souks, Guéliz, or the “New Town,” is living up to its moniker as the neighborhood known for meshing the ancient with the new. Read More >> Source: New York Times

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