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Bahia Palace

This opulent 19-century palace gives you a peek into the lavish lifestyle of Morocco's elite. Find out before you visit if the country's royal family is in town. If they are, the palace will be closed to the public.

Avenue Houmman el Fetouki Marrakech, Morocco

 
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Boutique Souk - Rosena McKeown

Contact this high-end travel concierge to help plan your luxury vacation.

Email: info@boutiquesouk.com

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Camel Safari

The one thing you have to do in Morocco? Ride a camel through the Sahara desert, of course. Take a camel trek, called a méharées, to Erg Chebbi, the highest and most impressive sand dunes in Morocco.

Merzouga, Morocco

 
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Guesthouse Chez les habitants

Experience desert life at this family-owned guesthouse at the base of the Erg Chebbi dunes. Get a taste of Berber culture in a traditional tented camp and enjoy local dishes prepared by your hosts.

Ksar Tiharien, Merzouga Merzouga, Morocco 52202

 
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Hassan II Mosque Casablanca

The largest mosque in Morocco and the seventh largest in the world, this religious site is a must-see. Completed in 1993, this grandiose mosque is the most-visited attraction in Casablanca, with guided tours available.

Sour Jdid, Casablanca, Morocco

 
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Jemaa el-Fnaa Market

At least one meal on any visit to Marrakesh should be at this outdoor food market in the medina quarter. Be entertained by the exotic snake charmers as you walk through this festival-like market, sampling foods like kebabs and fried fish.

El Ksour, Marrakesh, Morocco

 
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Kanoun Restaurant

Sir Richard Branson's hotel Kasbah Tamadot is an hour from Marrakech in the breathtaking Atlas Mountains. Dine alfresco on either of the hotel restaurant's 2 terraces, enjoying both traditional Moroccan dishes and international fare.

Asni 042150, Morocco

 
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La Maison Arabe Cooking School

Want to learn to cook traditional Moroccan food? Amateurs and professionals alike can take half-day cooking workshops at this famed restaurant. And even better, participants get to enjoy the meal they prepared after class.

Marrakech Médina, Marrakesh 40000, Morocco

 

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