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Luna Keira Olsen Travelled to 22 countries / regions
Most major cities and towns In Morocco are very well connected, and local routes link most smaller villages and communities.
By Air in Morocco
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The Morocco taxi system is quite different from that of other countries. Before jumping into a cab, have these tips in mind.
- There are three types of cabs;
Faith Marindich Travelled to 11 countries / regions
- My timing was probably an added challenge, having visited during Ramadhan when train times were really unreliable.
- Train schedules are really unreliable during Ramadhan, public holidays and generally…
- These ancient Roman ruins lie on Morocco's western coast and are a true off the beaten path destination.
- You can either go there by road, train or fly…
- At first, it was quite tricky for me to navigate the bus system here especially with all the scams at bus stations but I picked some few tips…
- Taking the new high-speed train is the fastest way to get from Tangier to Casablanca.
- Train ride duration: Exactly 2 hours 10minutes. Bus rides from Tangier to Casablanca…
- Erg Chebbi is one of Morocco's largest desert sand dunes. Most tourists come here for desert camel riding, photography and to get a taste of local Berber life…
- Ouzoud falls is a collection of several high waterfalls that drain into the El-Abid river gorge. It's the second-highest waterfall in Africa after Victoria falls, and one…