Morocco has become something of a Mecca for trail and ultra-marathon running. Here our resident guest blogger Alice Morrison maps out six of the best.
Click here for a piece from our resident guest blogger Alice Morrison, adventurer, journalist and consultant on the top ten reasons she loves Morocco and thinks you should visit.
All I’m drawing out of the straw of my last water bottle is air. I’m running on empty in the Sahara Desert but I’m ok. Read here about Charlie Shepherd’s experience on the Marathon des Sables race.
Discover adventurer Alice Morrison’s top ten things to do when visiting the coastal surf town of Taghazoute.
For those who really want to get off the beaten track, there’s much more to Morocco than its urban settlements. The mountain ranges are home to some of the country’s most isolated communities and theres endless opportunity for exploration.
While hot weather may not be for everyone, July in Morocco offers plenty of activities, unique desert experiences, and cultural charm. Discover more here.
March is one of the best times of the year to visit Morocco, with the colder winter weather being thrown off by the warm rays of springtime.
Spring has well and truly arrived in Morocco if you visit in April, and you’ll find perfect temperatures across the country. Discover what to see and do here.