Kevin Dyck

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Kevin Dyck
Chebika Oasis

Hiking in Tunisia: Chebika, Tamerza, Mides

Tunisia is an amazing destination with beautiful scenery, breathtaking canyons, gorges, red rock walls, and bright sands of the Sahara Desert. Even if you are an experienced hiker or you simply enjoy a day hike,...
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Top 5 Luxury Hotels and Riads in Fes, Morocco

Fez or Fès in French is a medieval city in Morocco whose medinas are on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites. The city is also known for being the home of the oldest university, the...
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Quad Biking at Ksar Ghilane

Family Travel to Djerba Island in Tunisia

In the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, a small unearthly world exists on the majestic Island of Djerba in Southern Tunisia. The views are gently mixed with the soft light of the white sands. Endless...
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Tomb of the Christian in Algeria

Brief History of the Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania in Algeria

The Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania located in Tipaza, Algeria is the burial site of Queen Cleopatra and Mark Antony’s only daughter. Although her remains were never found possibly due to tomb raids, this historic site...
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Surfing in Morocco

Surfing in Morocco

Morocco is a dream destination for surfing. The shores of Agadir are the perfect place for a surfing adventure or retreat. The country offers all year round conditions and excellent waves for any surfer from...
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Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca

3 Must-See Sites in Casablanca

Casablanca is the largest city and home to the main port in Morocco. The city is the economic driving force of the country and has the most vibrant lifestyle. Being greatly influenced by Western culture,...
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Morocco Sahara Desert

Encounter the Erg Chebbi Dunes in Morocco Sahara

The Erg Chebbi Dunes is one of Morocco’s best Sahara desert destinations. This vast sea of dunes is a magical place with beautiful endless sand forms that rise up to 350 meters high and covering...
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Dar Sidi Abdallah in El Kef

Stay in Traditional Guesthouses Rather than Hotels in Tunisia

The traditional guesthouses in Tunisia, like those in the rest of the Maghreb countries, are old establishments (usually historical landmarks) that have been completely renovated and transformed into charming living spaces that will hide you...
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Camel trek in the Sahara Desert

How to Be Culturally Sensitive While Traveling in Morocco

You’re making travel plans and dreaming of a vacation in Morocco — but there’s a lot to think about when you travel. Traveling abroad often shines a spotlight on our own cultural values, beliefs, and...
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A Guide to Purchasing Moroccan Carpets

Morocco is the land of amazing carpets and rugs full of color and design. Moroccan carpets (or a zerbiya in Arabic) can be grouped into two categories: rural and urban, Berber or Arab. Some decorations...
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General Information About Algeria Before Your Tour

Algeria is the largest country in Africa and among the world leaders in producing and exporting oil and natural gas. Here are some information about Algeria before your Algeria tour.
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Mosque Djamaa el Djedid in Algiers (Photo Credit: MM Sindlinger)

Two Historic Mosques to Visit in Algeria

Mosque Djamaa el Djedid is one of the historical mosques of Algiers. Mosque Djamaa el Kebir in Tlemcen occupies the site of what was probably an ancient pantheon.
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