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If your famiy is a bit adventurous, Africa is a trove of travel gold, from history and culture to sensational safaris and other forms of ecotourism. It's a way to have the time of your lives while creating memories and educating your kids in a vivid way that will stay with them for the rest of their own lives. And here's a quick look at seven of the top places that should be on your family-travel radar:

Botswana: Delta Force and Other Eco Marvels

This safari superstar is one of Africa

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Venturing into Morocco's Sahara Desert

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When good friends asked my husband and me to join them to spend New Year’s Eve in Morocco’s Sahara Desert, it was hard to say no. We’d visited this country many years ago and had been utterly entranced by its culture, architecture, food, and people – yet we’d not yet gotten to the vast dunes of its northeast. And quite a trip it turned out to be..


Flying into Marrakesh, we spent a couple of days exploring its exotic, labyrinthine medina; its expansive Jamaa El-F

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Chefchaouen, Morocco's 'Blue City'


The city of Chefchaouen is one of the Moroccan cities and Arabic cities located in the north of Morocco,

known as Ashoun, with an area of about 4.20 km², and a population of 42,786 people,
according to the latest statistics in 2014 AD, the city is distinguished by its ancient history and its wonderful engineering construction;

It is famous for its blue and white buildings and walls, which is why it is called the Blue Pearl.

Famous neighborhoods in Chefchaouen among Arabic cities


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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat – Arab Capitals


The Moroccan city of Rabat is one of the Arab capitals located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in a flat plain area.

It is the administrative capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, and its area extends to more than 118.5 km².

Therefore, it is the third city in the Kingdom in terms of area and is affected by the climate of the Atlantic Ocean, as its climate is relatively humid.

Due to its proximity to the sea and to the dam of Sidi Muhammad bin Abdullah.

Population of Raba

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Chefchaouen, Morocco's 'Blue City'


The city of Chefchaouen is one of the Moroccan cities and Arabic cities located in the north of Morocco, known as Ashoun,
with an area of about 4.20 km², and a population of 42,786 people,


The most important tourist attractions in the city of Chefchaouen


Kasaba is one of the distinctive landmarks in the Moroccan city of Chefchaouen. The Kasaba is located in the west of Chefchaouen in the Place de la Hammam and is the nucleus of the city as it was one of the first buildings

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Morocco welcomes travellers with the magic of its enchanted landscapes, the lunar atmosphere and the fine white sand beaches. This country in North Africa, which in some places is separated from Europe only by a thin layer of the Mediterranean Sea, offers unique atmospheres thanks to its always friendly climate. Another big plus? Morocco is the best travel destination for your surf

holiday! For this reason it is one of the most requested destinations for those who want to move in search of surf,

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Easter Holiday Surfing Lessons And Yoga

Are you guys still planning your Easter Holidays?
Why not grab some sunshine and surf around the best ocean in Morocco this Easter?
Imagine yourself relaxing, enjoying the surf, experiencing excursion, and the best adventure in Morocco. Easter holiday is the perfect time to enjoy surfing and yoga in Morocco, as at this time the weather is pleasant. Morocco will energize you with its rich culture, history, amazing weather, beautiful beaches, tranquil nature, astonishing nightlife, and serene yoga &

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The Marvelous Medinas of Morocco

With a wealth of recent restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, Morocco is truly a modern cultural city, but if you step inside the medina,you’re taken to a new world. Comprised of high walls, the medinas - present in all four of the country's majestic "Imperial Cities" as well as various others - are occupied by slightly narrow streets, small alleys, marketplaces and antique mosques, all meant to thwart attacking enemies. Each has its own exceptional story, but all offer visitors an extraordinary e

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by Felice Hardy

I daresay snow sport will come to no one's mind when contemplating the fascinating North African country of Morocco. But more adventurous types might know that the high, craggy Atlas Mountains sweep across a goodly swath of this country, giving rise not just to a robust trekking and climbing scene, but even some pretty good skiing and snowboarding, with the season running January to early April - and what's more, even within convenient distance of Marr

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7 Gorgeous Glamping Destinations Across the World


How beautiful to imagine yourself in a camp locates in a glorious camp surrounded by beautiful environs. Singing and romancing on cold nights sitting around the fireside, staring on the stars in silent surroundings listening to the sounds of little creatures, basking on the lavish mattress, all that makes you dream to discover what camping in the glorious destinations of the world means. Morocco was the first place where I got the idea to experience the difference of international "glamping" -

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