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Laura Robinson

Laura joined the EM team through the MENAR Fellowship after studying Psychology and Sociology at Denison University. She is passionate about languages and intercultural exchange and is thrilled to get to help others experience the vibrant culture of Morocco. Outside of work, you'll find Laura working on French or Darija, looking for new restaurants to try, and traveling around her new home of Morocco!

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"We at Experience Morocco pride ourselves on having a deep knowledge of the whole of Morocco. I specialize in creating bespoke itineraries that give guests unique and authentic experiences of Moroccan culture, history, and daily life. Whether you are looking to visit a specific city or learn about a specific part of Moroccan culture, I can tailor an itinerary to match your interests and passions."

How did you get involved in travel?

"I feel that acceptance and tolerance are rooted in connecting with new people, places and cultures, which has led to a passion for travel! My most memorable and valuable experiences have been in travel, so I am thrilled to now have the chance to help others create meaningful travel experiences!"

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"One of my favorite travel memories was in Chefchaouen, a small village tucked between mountains in the north of Morocco that is painted entirely blue! It was completely unlike any place I had ever seen and its unique location made for a fascinating mix of Moroccan, Spanish and Berber cultures."

Laura is part of the following groups: Morocco Travel Agents
Jemme el-Fna Square comes alive at night in Marrakech
Morocco Grand Tour: Casablanca to the Atlantic Coast - 14 Days

Follow this two-week moderately-paced circuit around Morocco for unique cultural experiences, desert adventures, and coastal relaxation. Tour the north starting in modern Casablanca and Rabat before heading to the Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. Get lost in the culture capital of Fes and its medieval medina, follow caravan routes through desert oases, wind through souks and secret gardens in Marrakech and relax along the Atlantic coast enjoying fresh seafood in Essaouira.

An old kasbah still stands in the desert
Best Time to Visit Morocco

Morocco stretches from the Mediterranean coast to the dunes of the Sahara, with lots of varied geography in between. As a result, climate and weather vary greatly depending on where you spend your time. September through May works well for most travelers, and those prioritizing a trip to the desert should stick to winter and spring. If you're traveling in summer months and want to beat the heat, Tangier in the north and Essaouira on the Atlantic Seaboard are great options.