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Moroccans rejoice at almost anything that spice up their lives. Date harvesting time is one of the most important periods on a Moroccan calendar. The Erfoud date festival in Morocco is an occasion of its kind characterized by eating, drinking Moroccan tea and merrymaking, motivated by one significant factor; celebrating another bountiful date harvest... >>>

About the first or second weekend of May every year, Moroccans harvest plenty of roses in Dades valleys, also called the valley of the roses. Tucked in this valley is Kelaa-des-Mgouna, a town filled with the fragrance of the rose flower it produces and distills. Since it is another bumper harvest of one of the world’s most adored flower, the locals organize the Kelaa-des-Mgouna... >>>

The Marrakech popular arts festival is an annual fair that takes several days featuring artists from diverse corners of Morocco, Africa, Asia, Europe and other parts of the world. It is normally held in the month of July, attracting artists, dancers, fortune tellers, theatre groups, snake charmers and other artists; placing it on the world map as one of the world’s most celebrated art events... >>>

Marathon Des Sables, also known as the sand marathon is one of the planet’s toughest and unique marathon events, undeniably not for the faint-hearted. Competitors have to cover close to 150 miles of exigent Sahara desert’s sandy terrains, withstand the scotching desert temperatures of between 80 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit... >>>

The New Year should be celebrated with passion, exclusiveness and merrymaking. The beautiful and rich historical city of Marrakech is one of the best places to start your year. There are various options one can turn to; either set off on a journey through the desert to the neighboring cities like Ouarzazate or vice versa. One fact remains, there is so much to do and see in Marrakech ... >>>

Morocco is a predominantly Islamic nation with an approximated 99% Muslim population. It therefore calls that they join the rest of the Islamic community all over the world in observing the Holy month of Ramadan, during which they deny themselves world’s pleasures; abstain from food, drinks and other physical desires. Instead, they channel all their energies... >>>

The International Film Festival of Marrakech was inaugurated in 2000 to celebrate Moroccan cinema. It has grown over the years to become one of the most successful and well attended music film festivals in Africa and a key attraction platform of numerous well reputed productions. Just like other festivals, outstanding international writers, actors and personalities ... >>>

There can never be a festival in Morocco without music, and the only respect one can accord beautiful beats of music is to dance to the tunes, which Moroccans do with utmost obligation. Essaaouira music festival in Morocco, also known as Essaouira Gnawa or the World music festival is a unique event that brings together African, Asian, American and European music and cultures... >>>

Casablanca is one of the most magnificent cities in Morocco, a small corner of paradise in its own right. The city experiences an influx of tourists and visitors all through the year who travel to attend one of the many Moroccan festivals it plays host to, one of which is the Casablanca International Art Fair. This is an exclusive event that attracts both local and international artists ... >>>

Fes Festival
The national and global significance of Fes Festival of the World Sacred Music has taken Fes culture tourism to another level, thus, Fes has been growing ever since its inauguration, highlighting mainly the spirit of Fes Foundation. The event brings together the vast cultural diversities from all over the world for ten days of... >>>

Morocco Festivals & Holidays Calendar
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International Festival of Nomads

- Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Based in small village of M’hamid el ghislane, features music, exhibitions, conferences, and handicraft displays. The festival starts in March 3rd and ends in March 8th.

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