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How Mosaic North Africa is Responding to Coronavirus

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In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation across the globe, we have decided to postpone all of our private tours to Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia until August 1, 2020. We will adjust the date according to updated travel advisories. Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia have...
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Traveling and Worrying about Coronavirus

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Coronavirus seems to be the main topic in the news media lately. World leaders are being asked about what they are doing to safeguard their citizens. Doctors are being interviewed about how we can stay healthy. Schools are closing, events are being cancelled. Even airlines have...
Courtyard and Balcony at a Moroccan Riad

Top 5 Luxury Hotels and Riads in Fes, Morocco

Fez or Fès in French is a medieval city in Morocco whose medinas are in the UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites. The city is also known for being the home of the oldest university, the Qarawiyyin University. In recent years, Fez transformed into a highly sought-after tourist...
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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 beginner level to professionals. There are about 325 days of sunshine...
Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca

3 Must-See Sites in Casablanca

Casablanca is the largest city and home of 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 the Western culture, Casablanca has undergone serious reconstruction over the past few years....
Jay and Anita Tunisia Tour - 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 more than 50 kilometers in length. These are one of the highest naturally...