Moroccan medinas offer a window into the past ✨ Have you seen Morocco’s largest medina (and world’s the largest car-free zone?)
You’ve heard of the Tagine— but have you tried cooking the traditional Moroccan dish for yourself? . . One of our previous small group trip guests, Anita, reflects on her experience learning to make Tagine among likeminded travelers in our monthly signature small group departures: “Moroccan cuisine is insanely complex, and it was a treat to learn how to cook flavorful tagines—I can’t wait to try my hand at it back in DC!”
Artisanship runs deep in the history of Morocco, especially in the cultural capital of Fes where ceramic masterpieces are made from local gray clay found in the nearby Riff mountains 🏔
The iconic Marrakech property @lamamouniamarrakech will see exciting updates coming in September 2020! The 95 year old property plans to add new contemporary finishes to the traditional charm of the hotel. The property will be closed from May-September to bring these renovations to life, but stay tuned for “after” photos to come upon its reopening! ✨
Tucked within the powder blue streets of Chefchaouen, the serene courtyard of @casaperleta is the perfect compliment to the blue village’s calm atmosphere and unique charm 🍃
Today we’re spotlighting EM’s star Business Development Manager, Maryama! Maryama is passionate about broadening perspectives on Morocco, showcasing all that this region has to offer, and connecting with new and existing partners around the globe. . . Maryama’s favorite Moroccan destination? The cultural capital of Fes for the way the old medina makes visitors feel like they’re traveling back in time!
Footsteps into the Sahara desert—That’s a path worth following! 👣
The souks of Marrakech make for a one of a kind sensory experience that is nothing short of magic ✨ . . . Thanks @travelswithelizabeth for the 📸!
The Royal Palace of Fes is a stunning archetype if ornate Fessi architecture! Keep you eyes peeled for it as you travel through the city (with colors like these, it will be hard to miss!) . . . Thanks @travelswithelizabeth for capturing the photo!