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Welcoming Morocco

See, taste and feel Morocco

Welcoming Morocco provides unique, custom-crafted Moroccan travel experiences to global travellers who want to experience the true essence of Morocco.

The tailored tour packages introduce and educate travellers to local arts, foods, home-hosted experiences, culture, music and a genuine Moroccan experience. Each tour is carefully curated and organized to the traveller’s unique needs and ensures a safe and authentic Moroccan travel experience, planned from start to finish.

See, taste and feel Morocco

Welcoming Morocco provides unique, custom-crafted Moroccan travel experiences to global travellers who want to experience the true essence of Morocco

The tailored tour packages introduce and educate travellers to local arts, foods, home-hosted experiences, culture, music and a genuine Moroccan experience. Each tour is carefully curated and organized to the traveller’s unique needs and ensures a safe and authentic Moroccan travel experience, planned from start to finish.


A true Moroccan love story


Badr and Viktoria met while working together, in the Maldives. When they fell in love, they started a family and chose to move to Badr's home country of Morocco to raise their daughter, Salma.

It was love at first site, when Viktoria stepped on to Moroccan soil for the first time. Being able to see, taste, feel and truly experience the Moroccan culture for the first time inspired Viktoria to share this experience with the world.

Badr and Viktoria's love for the authentic Moroccan experience has slowly evolved to be able to offer all the best experiences to their friends and guests, as they bring memorable Moroccan tours to life, through personal experience and cultural submersion.

"Originally Iam from Russia, I left my home country many years ago to live and work in the Maldives, a tiny and gorgeous tropical island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Later on, that’s where I met my husband and I eventually followed him to bustling Bangkok, where he was transferred. After getting married and giving birth to our daughter Salma, we have settled in the resort town of Agadir, Morocco.

Living in Morocco is exciting; there is never a dull moment here. I have fallen in love with this North African country – its marketplaces, its people, and its way of life. That’s why I decided to write this blog."

A true Moroccan love story


Badr and Viktoria met while working together, in the Maldives. When they fell in love, they started a family and chose to move to Badr's home country of Morocco to raise their daughter, Salma.

It was love at first site, when Viktoria stepped on to Moroccan soil for the first time. Being able to see, taste, feel and truly experience the Moroccan culture for the first time inspired Viktoria to share this experience with the world.

Badr and Viktoria's love for the authentic Moroccan experience has slowly evolved to be able to offer all the best experiences to their friends and guests, as they bring memorable Moroccan tours to life, through personal experience and cultural submersion.

"Originally Iam from Russia, I left my home country many years ago to live and work in the Maldives, a tiny and gorgeous tropical island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Later on, that’s where I met my husband and I eventually followed him to bustling Bangkok, where he was transferred. After getting married and giving birth to our daughter Salma, we have settled in the resort town of Agadir, Morocco.

Living in Morocco is exciting; there is never a dull moment here. I have fallen in love with this North African country – its marketplaces, its people, and its way of life. That’s why I decided to write this blog."

Discover Morocco with us

Welcoming Morocco aims to help travellers understand the local Moroccan culture. We aim to educate and encourage understanding for local customs, culture and experiences - From what people are wearing to what they are doing - Breaking stereotypes and representing an authentic Moroccan community.

Discover Morocco with us

Welcoming Morocco aims to help travellers understand the local Moroccan culture. We aim to educate and encourage understanding for local customs, culture and experiences - From what people are wearing to what they are doing - Breaking stereotypes and representing an authentic Moroccan community.

Frequently asked questions

Is it safe to travel in Morocco?
It is considered safe to travel to Morocco, but tourists should exercise a normal level of caution while visiting.
What should I wear in Morocco?
In keeping with religious and cultural norms, general standards of dress in Morocco are fairly conservative. Beachwear is certainly not appropriate attire for exploring Morocco’s cities, towns, and villages in no matter how hot the temperatures may be. Keep bikinis and bathing suits for the beach only, and be sure to cover up when leaving for a hotel, restaurant, or anywhere else.
What language is spoken in Morocco?
English-speaking locals are common in major tourist and commercial areas, such as Marrakech, Fes, Rabat, Tangier, and Casablanca. Knowing a few Spanish words (in the north) or French words (in the middle) can help out immensely. Those who can speak basic Arabic, however, will be able to communicate with people almost all over the country. Most Amazigh-speaking Berbers speak Arabic as well.
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