Travel Writing Scholarship Winner Claudia Crook shares her favorite American holiday – Thanksgiving – with the Moroccan hosts who have treated her like family.
Find out how to see the Atlas Mountains, Sahara Desert, Marrakesh, Fes, and Chefchaouen in 10 days, with this itinerary from Nick and Hannah from Salt in our Hair.
Marrakesh is well known for its markets and shopping, but Nick and Hannah from Salt in our Hair found out there’s so much more to do. Here are 7 unique things to try.
Visit the oldest and largest Medina in North Africa, find local handicrafts, and visit impressive religious sites when you travel to Fez.
Our friends Nick and Hannah from Salt in our Hair spent 3 days in Morocco’s Sahara desert. Here’s why you shouldn’t skip it, and how to do it.
Taste delicious Moroccan food, watch the sunrise, go shopping in the Medina and explore the local village of Chefchaouen with Salt in our Hair’s tips on things to do in Morocco’s Blue City.
Tunisia is a Muslim country and it pays to respect the local tradition, customs and religion. During the holy month of Ramadan or when near religious areas, you should take a little extra care not to offend.
Here are few examples of how you can play a positive role towards supporting the environment as a traveler in Egypt.
This nomad went to Egypt to help excavation of a temple tomb in the foothills of South Asasif, and shares 5 lessons she learnt during her time there.
Choose a guide carefuly, dress appropriately and watch out for hagglers. Here are 5 things to know before you go to Morocco.
Imagine spending twenty years building the largest manmade structure in the world—leading a workforce of tens of thousands of sweaty, grumpy tradesmen—only, upon completion you realise that everyone’s buggered off to the seaside with their buckets ...