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Day Trip to Essaouira from Marrakech
"Essaouira is situated 175km away from Marrakech. Essaouira's beach is a long ribbon of around 10 kilometers bathed in surf. There is an invigorating sensation from the ocean breeze as soon as you set foot on the immaculate sand. Essaouira is a medieval c place Moulay El Hassan La Skala the port the ramparts and the Jewish district Derb Lealouj. At the end of the morning don't miss the colorful and lively spectacle of the return of the boats to the port
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Private 1-Day Highlights Tour of Casablanca and Rabat
"You will be picked up from Casablanca International airport the local port or from your accommodation. in Casablanca you’ll visit Hassan II Mosque the biggest mosque outside of Mecca. Experience the Corniche coast see Rick's Cafe and the Jewish Museum if you like before departing for Rabat the capital of Morocco.In Rabat you’ll see the Mausoleum
From EUR200.00
 
Private Surf Day Trip to Essaouira from Marrakech
"Essaouira is one of the hot spot surfing towns in Morocco. The beach is located on the south side of Essaouira as you enter the town.Essaouira is now also becoming a more popular water sports destination and is a great spot for both kiting and su it also offers the more experienced riders a great variety of wave riding and flat riding depending on the swell and wind direction.Depart from Marrakech the famous red city of Morocco at 8:00 am in the direction of Essaouira. This city was known in the time of 11th-century Geographer al-Bakri and as he reported was called Sidi Megdoul. In the 16th-century a corruption of this name became known to the Portuguese as Mogador or Mogadore. The Berber and Arabic names mean the wall
From EUR213.00

More Tourist Traps in Rabat

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Henna hand painting

We were in the Café Maure in Oudaia Kasbah (that area with houses lime-washed in white and striking blue) and were enjoying the views of the river when a young woman who had just finished with a...
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Zoo

Let me start by saying this place is a tourist trap but not an animal trap. As you can see from my pictures the animals seem to have all the space they need (except for the poor Hyena). The animals...
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kasbah des ouadayas and chellah

avoid the so called guide especially if you're travelling alone ; in the kasbah the guy was very insistent don't bother to listen to the "guide"; he willtell you that the kasbah is closing and you...
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Guards at the Mausoleum

At the entrance to the Mausoleum you'll find Royal Guards on horseback. They may encourage you to take photos of them, pat the horse and so on. Be aware that there is a catch - you'll be expected to...
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Guides in the Kasbah des Oudaïas

Upon entering the Kasbah des Oudaïas we were approached by two young men who informed us that the kasbah was going to close in one hour, so we had to hurry through if we wanted to see it - and we...
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The local currency is dirhams...

The local currency is dirhams and the Moroccans are of course more than well aware that the dirham is worth but a fraction of the US dollar, and most European currencies. Be aware of the conversion...
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Top Things to Do in Rabat

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Blue Streets

I remembered Chaouen (Chefchaouen) when visiting the Kasbah of the Udayas. I refused the boys offering themselves as guides and went alone to discover those narrow streets. The Kasbah of the Udayas...
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The Zouk

This was an exotic visit with many stalls selling souvenirs, food, fruits, shoes, and everything you can imagine. The best, anyway, was the sellers, or people dressed in a moroccan way. They all...
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JLBG

"Rabat, an introduction to Morocco"
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matcrazy1

"Very interesting capital city :-)"
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Doctor38

"R a b a t"
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keeweechic

"Keeweechic's Rabat"
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kit_mc

"Rabat"
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