Set in Morocco, Vendela Vida’s novel “The Diver’s Clothes Lie Empty” features a solo traveller on her own journey to identity.
From El Fin del Mundo in Argentina to the sandswept Sahara Desert, here are five places you may want to ring in the New Year in the future.
Adventurer Alice Morrison’s book is a quest for knowledge, exploring the Salt Route between Morocco and the lost city of Timbuktu.
Contributing writer Diana Eden shares safety tips gleaned from her travels through Morocco with her sister – two Canadians in their 70s who chose to stay in the peaceful oasis of riads as balm to the heat and chaos of a dazzlingly country always in motion.
Morocco is a veritable banquet of colour, beauty, history, traditions and exceptional hospitality. Its major cities offer up a way of life in the medinas and souks that reflect the medieval past in all its vibrant glory.
The JourneyWoman network shares their best tips and advice on what to pack and how to dress like the locals when travelling to Morocco.
From the archives, this tip-rich article by Susan Dresner will help inspire your visit to the colourful and cultural country of Morocco.
When I first thought of spending New Year’s Eve in Morocco’s Sahara Desert, the idea evoked romantic notions of a luxurious tent, starry skies, warm breezes and candlelight. It was magical, but not in the way I thought.