Well, the time is here – your passport’s renewed, plane tickets are good to go and you know exactly what’s waiting for you when you land. Have you worked out the other minor details of your overseas trip though? Details like making sure you’re carrying the right equipment needed to use electrical appliances that are accompanying you on the trip?
Do you want to taste one of my favorite Moroccan Tagines?
Prepare to enjoy some of the most amazing flavors of Morocco!
In pressure cooker,
Heat 1/3 cup oil
Cook or Fry up 1 large onion chopped
One the onion is clear, add:
Cut 1/2 Kilograms of beef meat into large cubes. Moroccans love meat on the bone, however, most of our friends like it boneless.
Are you considering a trip to Morocco?
Are you worried if it will be safe to travel there?
We value the safety of all travelers to Morocco…especially those who are traveling with our company. Here are a few thoughts on the safety of traveling to Morocco.
Overall Security of Morocco
Since I moved to Morocco with my family in 2001, we have always felt that Morocco was very safe and secure. Even during the Arab Spring, Morocco maintained its position as one of the safest countries in North Africa and the Middle East. The Moroccan government takes the security of its visitors and countrymen very seriously.
Our general overall conclusion of the safety of Morocco is that it is currently perfectly safe to travel to Morocco.
Do you love photography?
Morocco is one of the most picturesque countries that I have ever visited. Whether you are looking for vibrant colors or fantastic scenery shots, you will love Morocco. If you are planning a trip to Morocco, make sure to include these amazing photographic sights, so that you can capture some of the best images of Morocco.