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Jamal Ghanname

I was born in a small Berber village in the Middle Atlas. Interested in all things mathematical and scientific, I received my degree in Information Technology. I was later encouraged by my father to enter into the family’s tourism business, and my future career was born! I've lived in the U.S. where I gained an in-depth understanding of Western culture. Fluent in 4 languages (Arabic, Tamazight Berber, French and English) and fiercely proud of my native country and heritage, I'm a natural ambassador to Morocco. With years of experience under my belt, I have enjoyed driving countless kilometers all over Morocco and taking pictures along the way!


Mythology in Morocco: Hercules’ Cave

Hercules’ Cave is a popular natural attraction in Cape Spartel, just outside of Tangier. The opening which gives toward the sea is seemingly the reversed outline...


Azrou Weekly Berber Market

Azrou hosts it weekly market on Tuesdays. One of the largest markets of its kind in the area, it supplies the locals with any and every shopping need. Here is the...


View of Spain from Morocco’s Sfiha Plage

There are 3 Spanish enclaves in Morocco, 2 of which are on Moroccan soil (Sebta and Melilla). The third is this island just off one of Al Hoceima’s most beautiful...


Riffi Straw Hats

Straw hats are popular throughout Morocco for shade from the hot sun. Those with colorful pompoms and yarn “streamers” are from Chefchaouen in the Rif...


Real-life Watercolor

Barrage Idriss 1er (Idriss I Dam), which forms a lake popular with local fisherman, is fed from the Inaouen River. The dam provides irrigation and power to the...


Tanneries in Fez

No trip to Fez is complete without the unforgettable view and scent of the centuries-old tanneries! Using traditional methods and equipment, the tanneries in Fez are...


Make a Wish!

Deep in the heart of the medina of Fez you will find the shrine of Moulay Idriss. Locals say that if you drop a coin in this slot, place your hand on this plate and make...


Lush Oasis

Nestled between the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and lush palm grove oases, the Berber kasbah of Tinghir is picture-perfect.


Moroccan Arts and Crafts

Nestled within the ancient medina of Fez, the fountain outside the Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts is an outstanding example of Moroccan craftsmanship: carved...


Moulay Ismail Mausoleum

Moulay Ismail, legendary ruler of Morocco during the Alaouite dynasty, moved the capital from Fes to Meknes during his reign. Known as a cruel and fearsome leader,...

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