Web Resources

The Internet is packed with information about traveling to Morocco. We’ve done the hard work for you and assembled some of the best Morocco-related links on the Web.

If you’re just starting to learn about Morocco and want to where to go first, try visiting Fodor’s Mini guide to Marrakesh first, then Adventures of Morocco and then Tangier to the Sahara, to start.

Virtual Tours Of Morocco:

Adventures of Morocco 
This is simply the most complete guide to Morocco on the Internet, with pictures and in-depth descriptions of every major city, town, region in the country. This site is an absolutely must-see for all visitors.

Morocco’s Top Ten Hotels 
This site takes the opposite approach to the one above: it provides just information on the top ten hotels in Morocco, but lushly photographed.

Travel Information:

Online Guide to Morocco’s Museums 
This Web site takes you to all of Morocco’s wonderful museums – a must for travel planning.

Fodors Miniguides 
Marrakesh guide | Fez guide 
The Fodors site offering interesting introductions to the two cities, maps, advice from other travelers, and content on a wide variety of travel topics. It’s not particularly deep, but a good introduction nonetheless.

Lonely Planet’s Destination Morocco 

Lonely Planet’s online information will never be a replacement for the book, but there is a lot of excellent information here, and in particular, their traveler’s letters are well worth a read.

City-Specific:

Excite’s Guide to Fez 
A good basic guide to Fez, with recommendations on sites and shopping.

Travelogues:

Tangier to the Sahara Mark Bonne’s multimedia travelogue is visually and aurally compelling, with beautiful photography and beautiful design. If only all travelogues were like this!

Photography:

Dan Heller – Morocco Photography Photographer Dan Heller has published some truly beautiful photographs of his many travels in and around Morocco. Truly worth a look.

Music:


Another (beautifully designed) Moroccan music site. Of particular interest is the album A Mile In Our Shoes, recorded over a three weeks’ journey in Morocco in 1997. Songs off the album, which explores the breadth of Moroccan music, can be downloaded from MP3.com.

Government Sites:

The Kingdom of Morocco News Site

U.S. Consular Information Sheet 
This page contains U.S. State Department’s advice for U.S. travelers to Morocco.

The World Fact book – Morocco 
A sister publication to the consular information sheet, this site provides basic, up-to-date information about the country.