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Small-group, suittailored private tours for friends and families all around Morocco
Small-group, suittailored private tours for friends and families all around Morocco

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Moroccan pottery shop <3
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Morocco as we rarely see...

It's beautiful, isn't it? <3
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As Ramadan starts tomorrow in Morocco (and most countries of the world) some info on what to expect can be useful again for all those who are visiting Morocco in the next few weeks...

In a nutshell:
"Basically, most tourists shouldn’t see a disruption to service or a diminishment in the legendary Moroccan hospitality whatsoever.

Despite the deprivation, despite the usually challenging heat, the Moroccan tourism industry maintains a status quo. There are tourists who express feelings of discomfort with being served meals and other refreshments in front of people they know to be fasting. There is, however, no taboo involved although respect and discretion is most likely very much appreciated by adherent Muslims. If possible, try to avoid eating or drinking while you walk through the streets during Ramadan.

Shop hours may alter slightly to accommodate observant Muslims getting home for their sunset meal but no major closures will be experienced. Some hotels have even been known to lower their rates during Ramadan because it generally a bit less crowded."

Source and more info: http://bit.ly/2r6Zbsh
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Chefchaouen is widely known as the "blue city" because of its blue and white washed houses.

But did you know that there are other cities in Morocco with white and blue houses?

For example in the lovely coastal city of Asilah (50 km south of Tangier)...
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As a responsible tour operator environmental protection is very important for us:

- whenever possible we use recycled paper and try to avoid excessive paper consumption (e.g. we print on both sides of sheets),
- we print in draft mode and edit our documents with narrow margin,
- our official stamp is made from recycled plastic and we use replaceable stamp pads,
- we manage our administrative processes electronically (e.g. communication with our tour guides, clients, banking services) and we avoid printing documents,
- we do our best to reduce our environmental footprint and try to make conscious decisions on waste (e.g. we only purchase what we really need and – if possible – in big quantities, we do not buy drinks in aluminium cans),
- we offer joining tours and many tours on foot which is the most environment friendly way of getting acquainted with the Moroccan landscape and lifestyle

To learn more about what we do as a responsible tour operator visit our website: http://www.happymoroccotours.com/what_we_do

#EarthDay2018

(Source of photo: earth911.com)
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Which one do you like? ;-)
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Art of Morocco <3
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A beautiful UNESCO World Heritage site and amazing lunatic landscapes...

Two-day trip from Marrakech to Ait Benhaddou, Draa Valley and Zagora.

http://www.happymoroccotours.com/pre_desert_trip_to_zagora
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Do you know this place? ;-)
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Any idea where this photo was taken? ;-)
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