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Friends of Morocco Links

Morocco Meta Sites

Arab World Meta Sites

  • Al Bawaba, through its network of sites, combines the most substantive content licensing system in the Arab World with a unique and growing news community, cutting edge technology and first rate journalism. Founded in 2000, Al Bawaba is considered one of the oldest and most pioneering online media websites in the Middle East and North Africa region. The Al Bawaba network consists of several web portals and media platforms, namely the flagship ( site, Sharekna ( ), Al Bawaba Music (, Al Bawaba Blogs ( and Syndigate (
  • Mon Maghréb est un portail général sur le Maghréb ARABE UMA. Mon Maghréb est principalement dédié aux femmes, il propose de nombreuses rubriques pratiques : chronique, exemples de la vie réelle, rencontre, forum, débat et discussion, santé, régime, mariage, cuisine traditionnelle, maternité, nutrition, maquillage,… et vous entraîne à la découverte de l’histoire, des cultures et coutumes maghrébines telles que les costumes traditionnels, le mariage ou encore la gastronomie avec des recettes traditionnelles.

Morocco Specialty Pages

Schools and Educational Institutes' Home Pages

See Learn Arabic for schools in Morocco that teach Arabic


Commercial Companies

  • Retailers of Moroccan goods in the U.S.
  • Moroccan rugs and textiles
  • American Chamber of Commerce in Morocco
    Carl Dawson, Executive Director
    Hyatt Regency Casablanca, Place des Nations Unies, 
    Casablanca 20000, Morocco
    Tel: (212) 22 29 30 28, Fax: (212) 22 48 15 97, 
    Email: or

    The American Chamber of Commerce in Morocco is a private, non-governmental business organization whose mission is to cooperate with all levels of U.S. and Moroccan government and business in maintaining a partnership for sustained economic growth and mutual prosperity.  The AmCham is an association formed by the leaders of U.S. corporations in Morocco as well as Moroccan companies, multinationals, and other organizations and individuals doing business with the United States.  The American Chamber of Commerce in Morocco was established in 1966 and in 2001 celebrated its 35th year of progress in enhancing the economic relations between the United States and Morocco. The Chamber's members represent a broad spectrum of business and financial affairs, and support the operation of the association through annual dues; the Chamber receives no governmental financial support.
  • Morocco Trade and Development Services (MTDS) is a technology solutions provider to individuals, businesses and institutions in Morocco and the developing world. The company’s offerings span network infrastructure and design, Internet access and engineering services, and development consulting.  Register a .ma domain name here.
  • Moroccan American Chamber of Commerce To build a strong Moroccan American Business Community based on dedication, commitment, integrity and full support to one another. We promise to help our members achieve their highest success potential while building a stronger economical presence in Central Florida.
  • Moroccan Resturants in the U.S.


Cultural Sites


Travel in Morocco

  • Friends of Morocco reference for Travel Services for Morocco
  • Moroccan National Tourist Office Overview of Morocco's cities, attractions, museums, parks, tour operators, and more.
  • Consulate General of the Kingdom of Morocco Entry requirements, Morocco news, marriage requirements, and more.
  • 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.

  • Fodors Miniguides Marrakesh guide | Fez and the Middle Atlas 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.

  • Morocco-guide features useful information about Morocco. This website is an informational site aimed at educating English speakers about Morocco and Moroccan culture
  • Rough Guides Morocco Travel Guide British travel guidebook and reference publisher founded in 1982 (with over 1 million users per month).
  • Wikitravel Morocco is a project to create a free, complete, up-to-date and reliable world-wide travel guide. It is built in collaboration by Wikitravellers from around the globe.
  • Journey without Travel Guide to Morocco: blog
  • World 66 Travel page on Morocco an open content travel guide, where people from all over the planet can write about the places they love
  • Adventures in Morocco extensive travel guide, coming from Norway, with loads of photos from all over the country. Check out the interactive map, information on 100 cities, currency calculator and the original sound clips. Good general information and great detail. However, ad-rich with many pop-ups.
  • Slideshows of Casablanca, Fez, Meknes, and Essaouira.
  • Information on museums in Tangier, Fez, Meknes, Rabat, Marrakech, and other Moroccan towns.
  • Information on places to visit, including Chefchaouen, Tangier, Bou Attarin Medersa, Fez, Djemaa el Fna, and Marrakech. Owned and operated by Paley Media. Our mission is to emerge as the leading informational resource for World Wide Web audiences seeking travel, e-commerce, and business to business services for foreign countries.
  • web page on the French Language including a "Moroccan Culture Series" written by Casablanca resident, Laura K. Lawless.
  • IgoUgo is a unique community where regular tourists become travel writers".  Lots of disorganized tourist slices of Morocco under both "Destinations" and "Journals about.
  • is a travel site offering search for hotels, riads, apartments, cars and restaurants.


Home Pages- Moroccan

  • The Wafin group capitalizes on its members' expertise, rich resources, and broad knowledge to consolidate its existing projects as well as develop new ones., a popular site with 2000 members and an average of 25,000 regular visitors a month, was designed to give voice to the Moroccan community in North America. The site provides the community with expert consultation in administrative, legal, financial, and social services. At a higher level, writers and readers with wide-ranging interests are regularly invited to exchange their views on the national and global issues involving our country. The experience is being replicated in countries that host a large Moroccan Community.

  • The Moroccan American House Association (MAHA) is a non-for-profit organization based on collaborative endeavors of its board and members to be at the service of Moroccan immigrants in the U.S. especially in New York City.
  • Abdellah Regragui  Conference Interpreter


Personal Home Pages- FOM members


  • Ed Hermann (Marrakech '93 - '95) and Dan Dillon (Safi '93 - '95) organized a reunion for all Morocco RPCVs in Kansas City on June 13-15, 2003. 
  • Dave Keiser RPCV Safi '98-'00.  Contact Dave Keiser at
  • Peace Corps Morocco 87-89 Contact Sandra L Barton at for contact list.
  • Peace Corps Morocco 81-83 Contact Tom Coyne at for contact list
  • Peace Corps Morocco I-VI 1962-68.  Contact J. Jacques Van der Water for periodic Newsletter


Personal Blogs


Peace Corps


US Government web sites on Morocco


Blogs, ListServes and News Groups

Morocco related blogs

My Marrakesh A place for lifestyle and design and the bemused tales of an American family’s quest to build a guest house in Marrakesh (to 10/2014)

Commercial News Services

Please send in links to Tim Resch