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Why Morocco?

Morocco has been described as a tree “with roots planted deep in Africa and branches extending majestically to Europe.”  It's this feast for the eyes, with its bright carpets, markets of hammered copper, bright mosaics, stunning Islamic architecture, and villages with bright blue and white homes nestled along the dazzling seaside.

Morocco is also a feast for the ears, in the hypnotic drumming of the Gnawa, the rhythmic patterns of Amazigh dancing, and the buzz of languages spoken in its plazas and shops. 

Its food makes it a feast for the palette, with a range of enticing smells and savory dishes from each region of the country, each made fresh with care and delivered with legendary hospitality. One small country - but with a stunning variety of sights, sounds, tastes, and landscapes.

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