Thinking of traveling to morocco and don’t have much Cash?

No worries ,i was a student not long ago,and being savvy is one of my treats.

To Visit Morocco, you don’t need lot of cash,may be your biggest investment in the trip will be transportation ,airlines .etc.

i am from tangier,i when to school around the northern part of morocco,  started from Beni Boufrah ,and ended in Tangier .so i can speak of the north part of morocco, i can not assume the same for southern parts of the country.

not long ago in the city of tetuan ,as a college student,we were able to survive nicely  on around $100.00 a month,that includes transportation,rent and meals .city of martil 1989-1993.

today things have changed,as much as the rest of the world.but morocco for sure offers a wide range of great food,transportation,and memories that are of a great value to any world travelers.

best way to discover more,see more,enjoy more if you visiting from northern Europe ,or Americas ,you can either land in Malaga,Spain,or anywhere in Andalusia ,Gibraltar,Or even Portugal.

I love to take the old slow boat from Ajeciras ,Malaga.Terfaya or Gibraltar to tangier ,may be i love the waters ,you should try it too, as a historian it  really have a major significance for me .Jabal Tarik.

Tangier needs not introduction ,but looks to me there is a major focus as elsewhere on the touristic sports around the beach from malabata to the old Marsa port.

beautiful 5 miles of so of coffee shops ,restaurants,hotels and casinos ,recently build ,the oldest building ends at Hotel Riff to be exact.growing up in the city,playing soccer each weekend barefoot,Hotel Riff was the end of tangier .

there are plenty of hotel choices,if you avoid summer season,your average stay is around $40.00 beach front .

if you are a hippe like me,you can score  a room in the old Medina for $20.00 or less .i suggest if you plan on staying long term,i will start with a regular hotel , and find your way out to a more affordable like locals housing and other amenities.

tangier is very focused around the beach,the closer you get to the waters,prices goes up,meals,drinks.

if you walk or get yourself just one mile south of the water ,no matter where in the city ,you will find yourself exactly where the locals eat,drink ,and live .

Breakfast ,Fresh squeesed orange juice.tea of coffee ,cheese eggs ,and the best olive oil $3.00

Lunch. Bisara Soup.Grilled or fried sardines,fries ,and soda , water and fresh fruits $4.00

Dinner.    $5.00 average .

Made in morocco bazaar is part of this one mile out,we find you bargains ,we ship them to you and if you visiting of my stuff will be happy to give you the grand tour .we are local,we know everyone around here , you will feel like you really have the keys for the whole city.

Made in Morocco Bazaar will introduce you to the source if you need wholesale prices for your boutique or home.we enjoy people!

have a safe trip,and enjoy.thank you for choosing north morocco for your next visit.

Berber Rugs Market 2018

Vintage Berber Rugs.Free report 2018.

I started my Journey to Morocco searching for Vintage Berber Rugs Dec 2017.

what i though will be a 3 weeks

turned up for 45 days .The Journey started from Phoenix Arizona .My travel agent Amir called.We have a grat special to London.

Then Tangier Morocco .7 days later i was on the plane .

On my search and understanding Berber first Stop was Tangier where I am originally from.

My Brother Mohammed Met at the airport .after 19 hours on the plane , he though my Favorite meal will put me in Better mood.Grilled Sardines.

I was so happy to see the family ,Mum and dad in their 80s still bake their own bread.

Sardine my favourite meal ever still affordable with cost of an average $1 .00 per pound.

But Sardines.Fresh baked bread  and mint Tea.was not the goal of the trip.The goal is Berber rug hunting

in the Riff Mountain of Morocco. anything North of Fes Morocco

My background from Northern Morocco.I always felt i need one slow walk in my region again.

Vintage Berber Rugs have been a treasure to us.

Most of our families growing will found our females halves always knighting sheep wool

men will be always doing Cactus baskets.Hats.or donkey baskets to sale in the local market .

I started my search for Handmade Vintage Moroccan Berber rugs from Tangier.Asilah Gzanaya.Tetuan


.Ketama.Beni Boufrah

.Beni Jemile.

we end up In Beni Chikar Nador province .one town at the times.

Vintage Berber rugs story is this.

Modern industrialized Berber carpets are distinguished by a loop pile construction type that gives a similar appearance to the distinct knot of traditionally woven Berber carpets. The modern carpets usually contain small flecks of dark color on lighter shades of background colors resembling a natural undyed version of the traditional carpets. They generally consist of a plain color mix with no pattern, and are relatively cheap and durable. Popular for areas with significantly heavy use such as offices. The distinctive knot texture and appearance of traditional hand-woven Berber carpets today are generally woven in brightly colored designs that are different from other oriental rugs.[4]

Handmade and usually homemade Berber carpets are still an active industry in many rural areas of Berber countries. Many Berber families earn their primary income from building-up carpets manually and selling them in local markets, merchants and tourists. Traditional Berber carpets differ from modern mass-produced Berber carpets that are usually found in industrialized markets. They often employ cultural designs and are typically made of natural materials

Today, there are numerous types of modern Berber carpet made from a wide variety of materials, NylonOlefin fiber, and wool are the most frequently used materials, Except Tunisian Berber carpets and rugs usually called “Mergoum” which still preserve a know how inherited from ancestral weaving methods. Tunisian authorities are still controlling every piece to guarantee quality and that ‘Berber’ spirit in designs, patterns and symbols knotted so only wool is permitted with a total ban of any synthetic material, then each rug or carpet is sealed with a red wax sign (of Tunisian handicrafts authorities).

In other countries Olefin is the most frequently used and most affordable material, and carpets with blends of the different materials are also available.[5]

Berber carpet is highly durable and is often found in offices, schools, and other high traffic areas. It is stain resistant as well, and is generally more affordable than thicker plush carpets. To care about it is recommended by most professionals that Moroccan Olefin Berber should be cleaned using a low-moisture or dry cleaning process. Traditional steam cleaning with high alkaline detergents can cause potential pH burns in the olefin. These appear as large yellow or brown splotches. Yellow or brown spots also may be tannin bleed from the sugars in natural fiber carpets that are drawn to the top by improper drying usually caused by over wetting. There are carpet chemicals that can remove most of this yellowing or browning but they are very expensive, and it would be better to not get the yellowing or browning. A better, but more difficult, method may be to dry the carpet from the bottom. This method would generally require lifting up some of the carpet to install a carpet fan under the carpet, and using hot air, not just room temperature air. Regrettably, many of these stains can be permanent if not corrected immediately by a professional carpet cleaner. As with all carpets, Berber should be cleaned every 6 to 12 months to prevent permanent wear patterns.Here is some wonderful examples of what we found .

Vintage handmade berber Rugs wholesale

Vintage handmade astonishing berber rugs wholesale

Berber vintage rugs

Vintage berber rugs wholesale

Berber rugs 2018

Berber rugs report 2018

2018 Berber rug

Berber rug 2018

Vintage berber rugs wholesale

Vintage handmade Berber rugs wholesale

Dark Green berber rug 2018

Dark Green berber rug 2018

Vintage berber rugs free report 2018

Vintage berber rugs free report 2018


Organic-Handmade Straw Baskets

Eco-Friendly Cactus straw baskets wholesale

cactus (plural: cacticactuses, or cactus)[3] is a member of the plant family Cactaceae,a family comprising about 127 genera with some 1750 known species of the order Caryophyllales.[4] The word “cactus” derives, through Latin, from the Ancient Greek κάκτοςkaktos, a name originally used by Theophrastus for a spiny plant whose identity is not certain.[5] Cacti occur in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Most cacti live in habitats subject to at least some drought. Many live in extremely dry environments, even being found in the Atacama Desert, one of the driest places on earth. Cacti show many adaptations to conserve water. Almost all cacti are succulents, meaning they have thickened, fleshy parts adapted to store water. Unlike many other succulents, the stem is the only part of most cacti where this vital process takes place. Most species of cacti have lost true leaves, retaining only spines, which are highly modified leaves. As well as defending against herbivores, spines help prevent water loss by reducing air flow close to the cactus and providing some shade. In the absence of leaves, enlarged stemscarry out photosynthesis. Cacti are native to the Americas, ranging from Patagonia in the south to parts of western Canada in the north—except for Rhipsalis baccifera, which also grows in Africa and Sri Lanka.

Cactus spines are produced from specialized structures called areoles, a kind of highly reduced branch. Areoles are an identifying feature of cacti. As well as spines, areoles give rise to flowers, which are usually tubular and multipetaled. Many cacti have short growing seasons and long dormancies, and are able to react quickly to any rainfall, helped by an extensive but relatively shallow root system that quickly absorbs any water reaching the ground surface. Cactus stems are often ribbed or fluted, which allows them to expand and contract easily for quick water absorption after rain, followed by long drought periods. Like other succulent plants, most cacti employ a special mechanism called “crassulacean acid metabolism” (CAM) as part of photosynthesis. Transpiration, during which carbon dioxide enters the plant and water escapes, does not take place during the day at the same time as photosynthesis, but instead occurs at night. The plant stores the carbon dioxide it takes in as malic acid, retaining it until daylight returns, and only then using it in photosynthesis. Because transpiration takes place during the cooler, more humid night hours, water loss is significantly reduced.

Many smaller cacti have globe-shaped stems, combining the highest possible volume for water storage, with the lowest possible surface area for water loss from transpiration. The tallest[Note 2] free-standing cactus is Pachycereus pringlei, with a maximum recorded height of 19.2 m (63 ft),[6] and the smallest is Blossfeldia liliputiana, only about 1 cm (0.4 in) in diameter at maturity.[7] A fully grown saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea) is said to be able to absorb as much as 200 U.S. gallons (760 l; 170 imp gal) of water during a rainstorm.[8] A few species differ significantly in appearance from most of the family. At least superficially, plants of the genus Pereskia resemble other trees and shrubs growing around them. They have persistent leaves, and when older, bark-covered stems. Their areoles identify them as cacti, and in spite of their appearance, they, too, have many adaptations for water conservation. Pereskia is considered close to the ancestral species from which all cacti evolved. In tropical regions, other cacti grow as forest climbers and epiphytes (plants that grow on trees). Their stems are typically flattened, almost leaf-like in appearance, with fewer or even no spines, such as the well-known Christmas cactus or Thanksgiving cactus (in the genus Schlumbergera).

Cacti have a variety of uses: many species are used as ornamental plants, others are grown for fodder or forage, and others for food (particularly their fruit). Cochineal is the product of an insect that lives on some cacti.

Many succulent plants in both the Old and New World, such as some Euphorbiaceae (euphorbias), bear a striking resemblance to cacti, and may incorrectly be called “cactus” in common usage. (Wk)

Cactus is abandon in Morocco with some of the rare species, for centuries the straw baskets have been known for durability,mobility and variety of uses ,our selection is unmatched and so our prices ,we welcome new clients,here is a lit of the hottest models for 2018.

A Moroccan basket

handmade straw basket

Natural Green straw basket

Natural Green straw basket

Natural Blue straw basket

Natural Blue sky Straw Basket

Natural straw baskets

Natural Straw baskets

2018 straw basket designs

2018 straw baskets

Handmade natural straw baskets

Rainbow natural straw basket

Straw basket sexy skirt

Sexy skirt straw basket

We ship world-class quality,first class service,low shipping your home or office.

Bright pink leather poof

Tangier Morocco leather poof wholesalers

Poof market in Tangier morocco have seen an increase in productivity over the last 10 years.thanks to an increase in demand ,popularity and new markets.

Made in Morocco bazaar have been part of this increased,we shipped over 5000 unit a year.and they are plenty of reasons.

The story start with quality leather,and the story well go thru Fes tanneries .the famous smelly  medieval quarter of the city.Bab Jlood.

I will share with you few handmade leather poof,with different designs.patterns and materials.

Camel Poof

white leather camel poof

brown skin tonned

brown poof

In the Old medina of Fes Bab Jloud is located .Grid of stone wells.filled with liquid,it is belived that the first tannery was digged around the end of the 6th Century. they still function today the same way.

Fes have been center for trade from early ages.The famous Tambukto route ends in Fes ,before resuming the trip to Andalusia.

Our customers have a wide range of choices when it comes to the type of leather you want for your Poof.

You can choose from Cow.Sheep,Goat and camel hide are brought here daily  to be dyed in vegetable dyes.and preserved.once they are cured.they will be moved to the market.Souk dalala,the wholesale market for leather,to be distrubuted to other cities,Essaouira ,Tangier,Tetuan,Marakesh,its a journey toward the hands of craftsmen,all natural and organic toe make the best leather poofs,leather bags,leather purses.

leather peach poof

Peach Poof

The process is the same as the first tannery was built.

The Raw skin is being soaked in a wonderful natural mixture .Cow Urine .pigeon feces.lime juice.salt and water .

3 days later the hair is removed effortless .the skin is soft and white .gets 3 times washes before it being hang out on the walls to dry for 7 days.except in raining days .

The dry skin then will be soaked in the stone wells,each one have a different chemicals,just fruit and vegetable natural dye,may be it is one of the few places on earth that still green all the way.Henna,Saffron .pomegranates.Herbs.etc.

Most people who visited Fes will end somehow there.small city ,and it one of the protected world heritages in Morocco.the smell can be strong,visitors are given mint to put under noise.but for someone like me who have been there over 400 times,it is a wonderful earthy smell,i also like the smell of farms ,so if you dont mind being around 1000 of cows alive,the smell is not too much off.

Gold Poof

 Gold handmade gold poof

light blue poof

light blue poof

handmade poof

Magenta handmade poof

With the best Fes leather ,we make the best leather Poofs.

White gold,black poof

Wholesalers and boutiques are welcome.we ship worldwide.Special Rate..



Wholesale local Moroccan company.

We wholesale to USA.Canada.Australia .Japan.Germany,UK.all Europe.Americas.and Asia.

The story of poof is a story of Moroccan home decor.only the best vegatbles dyed leather is used.

 Morocco leather (also Levant Morocco or the French Maroquin,[ or German Saffian from Safi a Moroccan town famous for leather, or from Middle Persian Saxtag Modern Persian سختگ) is a soft, pliable form of leather widely used for gloves and the uppers of ladies’ shoes and men’s low cut shoes, but traditionally associated with bookbindings, wallets, linings for fine luggage, and the like.

Originally Morocco leather was imported to Europe from Morocco, and from the late 16th century it was valued in luxury bookbindings in Western countries because of its strength and because it showed off the gilding. It was also used in the Islamic world from an earlier date.

The finest grades of Morocco leather are goat skin, but by the late 19th century other skins often were substituted in practice, particularly sheep skin and split calf skins. For example, French Morocco, is a variety made of sheepskin.[2] The tanning process varied widely, but the traditional tanning material was sumac. The traditional tanning process was skilled and elaborate; according to the application, the preparation either would aim for a carefully smoothed finish, or would bring up the grain in various patterns such as straight-grained, pebble-grained, or in particular, in a bird’s-eye pattern. Morocco leather is practically always dyed, traditionally most often red or black, but green, brown or other colors also were available, and in modern times there is no special constraint on colors.

The Poof market has seen a spike in demand the last few years. Driven by exports as well as the local demand .Moroccan leather goods,suppliers. tanneries in craftsman all benefited from the surge .

 Morocco LeatherWholesale Various High Quality Morocco Leather Products from  Morocco. Leather Suppliers and Morocco Leather Factory,Importer are really located in 4 cities in Morocco, and Casablanca is not one of them.

Tangier have taken the lead since the occupation compare to the rest of Morocco, that lead driven by the proximity to Europe. The Europeans that never left the city ,and the liberal rules of the city , but also Tangier always been one of the Moroccan Capitals .

When it comes  to handmade leather goods and wholesale  that is a great news.some of the best leather wholesale companies are inside Beni Makada.Tangier.these are our friends ,school mates and neighbors ,we assure you the best quality leather bags,poofs belts. babouches .and also you assure you the best real wholesale pricing.Click here to see more of these items.


Pure Argan oil origins,use,myths, and truth.


When i first left Morocco in 1989 for a long period of time. Nobody asked me about Argan Oil. Today.anywhere i go, among the first things people ask me about is Argan Oil.thanks to my Fes.The fruit of the argan tree is small, and round, oval, or conical.A thick peel covers the fleshy pulp. The pulp surrounds a hard-shelled nut that represents about 25% of the weight of the fresh fruit.



3 Kilo Argan soap bar ,

The nut contains one to three oil-rich argan kernels. Extraction yields from 30% to 50% of the oil in the kernels, depending on the extraction method.

Extraction is key to the production process.

To extract the kernels, workers first dry argan fruit in the open air and then remove the fleshy pulp.

Some producers remove the flesh mechanically without drying the fruit. Moroccans usually use the flesh as animal feed.

There is a tradition, in some areas of Morocco, of allowing goats to climb argan trees to feed freely on the fruits.

The kernels are then later retrieved from the goat droppings, considerably reducing the labor involved in extraction at the expense of some potential gustatory aversion.

In modern practice the peels are removed by hand.

The next stage involves cracking the argan nut to obtain the argan kernels.

Attempts to mechanize this process have been unsuccessful, so workers still do it by hand, making it a time-consuming, labor-intensive process. Berber women often engage in this arduous task.




Workers gently roast kernels they will use to make culinary argan oil.Purple argan soap Bar.

After the argan kernels cool, workers grind and press them. The brown-colored mash expels pure, unfiltered argan oil. Finally, they decant unfiltered argan oil into vessels. The remaining press cake is protein-rich and frequently used as cattle feed.White Agran Soap Bar 3 kilos

Cosmetic argan oil is produced almost identically, though the argan kernels are not roasted to avoid an excessively nutty scent.

Mix colors large Argan soap bars

The decanted argan oil is left to rest about two weeks so that solids suspended in the argan oil settle to the bottom. The clearer argan oil is further filtered, depending on the required clarity and purity. Pure argan oil may contain some sidemen

Argan oil uses ranges from medicine culinary and cosmetics .


Moroccans traditionally use un-roasted Argan oil to treat skin diseases, and as a cosmetic oil for skin and hair.[10]

Argan oil has become increasingly popular for cosmetic use. The number of personal-care products on the US market with Argan oil as an ingredient increased from just two in 2007 to over 100 by 2011. Argan oil is also sold without additives as a natural skincare and hair care product.

The increasing popularity of Argan oil has prompted the Moroccan government to plan for increased production, with their aim being to increase annual production from around 2,500 to 4,000 tonnes by 2020.


Culinary argan oil (argan food oil) is used for dipping bread, on couscous, salads and similar uses. Amlou, a thick brown paste with a consistency similar to peanut butter, is produced by grinding roasted almond and argan oil using stones, mixed with honey and is used locally as a bread dip.

Various claims about the beneficial effects on health due to the consumption of argan oil have been made. A research article published in 2010 found that argan oil contained higher levels than other oils of γ-Tocopherol, which possesses strong chemo preventive and anti-inflammatory properties.



The production of argan oil has always had a socioeconomic function. At present, argan oil production supports about 2.2 million people in the main argan oil-producing region, the Arganeraie.

Much of the argan oil produced today is made by a number of women’s co-operatives. Co-sponsored by the Social Development Agency with the support of the European Union.

the Union des Cooperatives des Femmes de l’Arganeraie is the largest union of argan oil co-operatives in Morocco. It comprises 22 co-operatives that are found in other parts of the region.

Employment in the co-operatives provides women with an income, which many have used to fund education for themselves or their children. It has also provided them with a degree of autonomy in a traditionally male-dominated society and has helped many become more aware of their rights

The success of the argan co-operatives has also encouraged other producers of agricultural products to adopt the co-operative model

The establishment of the co-operatives has been aided by support from within Morocco, notably the Fondation Mohamed VI pour la Recherche et la Sauvegarde de l’Arganier (Mohammed VI Foundation for Research and Protection of the Argan Tree)] and from international.

We supply wholesale most markets ,with extensive knowledge ,you will get the right Argan oil ,either for your Couscous and Kitchen delights ,or for your beautiful hair and skin to keep it youthful and healthy ,or equally repair them to be so.we have your oil from Sous Agadir waiting for you.

Natural straw baskets

local Morocco straw baskets wholesaler B2B

Natural straw baskets market have seen an increase of 300% in production and sales since 2015


Basket weaving (also basketry or basket making) is the process of weaving or sewing pliable materials into two- or threedimensional artefacts, such as mats or containers. Craftspeople and artists specialised in making baskets are usually referred to as basket makers and basket weavers.

Basketry is made from a variety of fibrous or pliable materials—anything that will bend and form a shape. Examples include pine straw, stems, animal hair, hidegrasses, thread, and fine wooden splints.

Indigenous peoples are particularly renowned for their basket-weaving techniques. These baskets may then be traded for goods but may also be used for religious ceremonies.

Classified into four types.

“Coiled” basketry
using grasses and rushes
“Plaiting” basketry
using materials that are wide and braidlike: palmsyucca or New Zealand flax
“Twining” basketry
using materials from roots and tree bark. Twining actually refers to a weaving technique where two or more flexible weaving elements (“weavers”) cross each other as they weave through the stiffer radial spokes.
the process in Morocco have not changed .he parts of a basket are the base, the side walls, and the rim. A basket may also have a lid, handle, or embellishments.

Most baskets begin with a base. The base can either be woven with reed or wooden. A wooden base can come in many shapes to make a wide variety of shapes of baskets. The “static” pieces of the work are laid down first. In a round basket, they are referred to as “spokes”; in other shapes, they are called “stakes” or “staves”. Then the “weavers” are used to fill in the sides of a basket.

A wide variety of patterns can be made by changing the size, colour, or placement of a certain style of weave. To achieve a multi-coloured effect, aboriginal artists first dye the twineand then weave the twines together in elaborate patterns.

We supply.make and market only the best quality Moroccan natural straw baskets.wholesale from North Morocco.Order yours today.

Red berber rugfrom Morocco

28 gifts ideas from Tangier Morocco


Here is the list of the most  beautiful handmade gifts a poof

Authentic handmade Moroccan Gifts each visitor to Morocco will likely buy one or more.these same items you should consider for your store.

Barad in BlackLime.1


Silk throws berber designs .3

leather bagsBlack.4

Rabbit leather bag.


6-Pink leather bags

7-Tan leather bags

8-White rabbit leather bags 

9-KanbouchJbala Style


10-Tan leather purse

11-Berber Moroccan rugsGreen

12-Natural straw baskets

13-Green Straw baskets

14-Straw baskets with leather handle

15-Ceramic tajines

16-Pom Pom pillows 

17-Leather bags

18-Merchant leather bags

19-Goat leather bag

20-Tea set( Barad O siniya)

21-Clay red Tajine

22-Kilim Boots

23-Kilim Purse 

These are some of the most bazaar items any Moroccan bazaar will have in dont need a guide and you dont need a translator either,just little bargain skills and you will be good to go.

Have fun in the process ,if it one item you really liked and it under a certain budget .dont try to hassle too much ,but if it is a big ticket items as some of these beautiful handmade Berber rugs that sales for $$$$.a good negotiation skill is a must .

24-Rafia show from Morocco

25-Yellow leather bags


26-Green leather bags 

27-Round leather purses

28-Yellow round purse

Dont matter if you been to Morocco 50 times,or it might be your first,Morocco can be overwhelming experience for most .i asked many world travellers ,and the closest they came in comparison was India.

You can get lost quickly in the busy markets ,and loose control and that is the last thing you want to do on your journey for Morocco treasurer hunting .

Our company is design for that ,we look for bargains style and authenticity in all our store cut no corner ,we never abandoned our style.we do not buy cheap China for resale ,we only use the local handmade people and products ,especially the north from Nador to Tangier.

Made in Morocco Bazaar is your partner in Tangier  Morocco that you can count on.

for your free gift ideas from Morocco.visit our page.

Marhaba !

Morocco wholesale and custom company.

Products from Made in Morocco  are all authentically made to be stylish .sexy beautiful, practical and Eco-friendly.

Our  product is handmade by families of  artisans who have been doing it for long time . but also adapting to the new designs,new styles,and new markets.

our pillows, which are traditionally made with wool in Morocco, are made with cotton to be more gentle to the skin.  Patterns and schemes are also ranged from vibrant, traditional palette to muted, neutral colors to fit any styles of home.

the aesthetic, every product has a story behind it. By keeping our production in Morocco and under the hands of our hardworking artisans, they are supported to preserve Moroccan artistic heritage, as well as earning their livings with their skills.

what should you buy from Tangier Morocco for your Boutique ?what should you consider for your successful online store.

Bronze traditional chandeliers.Silver Chandeliers

Purple Moroccan Tea Pot.

Outdoor Moroccan wedding tents

Leather Poofs

Natural straw baskets

Berber Rugs 2018

Colorful silk Morocco Silk throws

Genuine leather bags

Rabbit leather bags 

The city if Tetuan have seen an increase in population and tourists over the past 10 years or so, thanks in part to the blue city of chefchewen .the Jbala region.from Ketama to tangier produces some of the best Pom Pom hats ,unique colors.reasonable priced. driving between Tangier and Tetuan you will see kids ,women .old and in between showing.selling on side of the roads handmade Pom Pom. Baskets. Hats. and some of the very best cactus fruit God ever made. Hindiya in Moroccan.these are our people ,our friends ,some of the most hospitable humans on earth.a stylish handmade hats of straw baskets can bought at bargain prices .

Tan handmade leather bags

Black handmade leather bags

camel leather handmade bags


Superior Caftan fabric

Traditional Tangier table clothsHandmade camel leather handbags 

Jbala Berber rugs

There is plenty to see in Tangier and learn if you slowdown . must-visit spots: Cafe Hafa  off Ave Hadi Mohammed Tazi, overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar, was a favorite hangout of Tangier’s most famous expat, writer and composer Paul Bowles.mohammed choukri and many other icons have made Tangier home and contributed its diversity as it is today.Smoky and slightly edgy, Cafe Baba (1 rue Sidi-Hosni) is the coolest spot in the Kasbah. A photo of Keith Richards, kif-pipe in hand, still adorns the grimy walls.Coffee Paris.if you choose to go before time,Forget jamaa Lafna in Marakesh , try beni makada between 7 Pm.or 1 hour before the sun goes down during Ramadan ,a pure local show.fresh breads,sardine stands,dates ,chicken alive next to headless chicken,everything is beautifully unorganized if the 2 ever can go together,

It was my favorite hangout and still since 1975.from portobello and east street market ,to most USA farm markets, i never find my favorites all in one place.

Fresh sardines.Mint.and fresh baked flat tangier bread.Laftira.Jbala cheese in front of Cinema Tarik.Fatima and her family became our family because the local Jbala cheese.the market have doubled in size since our first introductions.

Among the crazy disorders,there is great deal of mint tea and  bisara consumption

Beautiful handmade baskets

Ceramic Tajines

Beautiful pillow designs

Traditional Tribal Moroccan bags

Rare Goat leather bags

Morocco silver tea set.

Kilim Boots from morocco

Kilim handmade bags wholesale

Great items to consider adding to your,and wish list.

Blue and white genuine leather poof

Tangier leather Bags wholesaler and distributor.

With the new marketing strategies prices and turn around ,the poof market,thanks to news styles,and designs have seen an increase 0f 200% over the last 2 years. 3 of the city main poof makers are guaranteed now 1500 poofs each,unlike before when most work are seasonal.Our main supplier is sidi hasyen hired more full time labor and craftsman since 2008. Never have been greater time to order then now .min order required .prices start @25.00 and up.




Shipping The new treasurers of morocco one piece at the time


the start of the process start with quality leather,most times imported from Fes ,the leather capital of the world .

The city of Fez – Morocco’s third largest city – was founded before the third  century and is now home to over one million people.

The city has a distinct traditional character, especially the old town or the medina called Fes el-Bali, that has hardly changed for centuries. Located behind a high wall, the medina has narrow, car-free alleys where hundreds of merchants and craftsmen sell a range of products such as dates, fish, spices, copper urns, carpets and musical instruments. Fez is also famous for its leather products and most of it comes from the leather bazaar (souq).

The souq is home to three ancient leather tanneries, the largest and oldest being the Chouara Tannery, which is almost a thousand years old.

The process start at  tanneries

these are composed of numerous stone vessels filled with a vast range of dyes and various liquids spread out like a tray of watercolors

Dozens of men, many standing waist deep in dyes, work under the hot sun tending to the hides that remain soaked in the vessels.

The tanneries processes the hides of cows, sheep, goats and camels, turning them into high quality leather products such as bags, coats, shoes, and slippers.

This is all achieved manually, without the need for modern machinery, and the process has barely changed since medieval times, which makes these tanneries absolutely fascinating to visit.

The process is nasty to most .refreshing to others

At the Chouara Tannery, hides are first soaked in a mixture of cow urine, quicklime, water, and salt. This caustic mixture helps to break down the tough leather, loosen excess fat, flesh, and hair that remain on them.

The hides are soaked for two to three days after which tanners scrap away excess hair fibers and fat in order to prepare the hides for dyeing.

The hides are then soaked in another set of vats containing a mixture of water and pigeon poop. Pigeon poop contains ammonia that acts as softening agents that allows the hides to become malleable so they can absorb the dye. The tanner uses his bare feet to knead the hides for up to three hours to achieve the desired softness.that is the secrecy of Morocco leather superiority .

Morocco genuine leather handmade goods.are at some point when through one these medieval Tanneries .

It is the same process that produces the leather smell that last for years,because it is real leather ,and it have been treated naturally with no chemicals,unlike Chinese manufactures

At the Chouara Tannery, hides are first soaked in a mixture of cow urine, quicklime, water, and salt. This caustic mixture helps to break down the tough leather

loosen excess fat, flesh, and hair that remain on them. The hides are soaked for two to three days after which tanners scrap away excess hair fibers and fat in order to prepare the hides for dyeing. The hides are then soaked in another set of vats containing a mixture of water and pigeon poop. Pigeon poop contains ammonia that acts as softening agents that allows the hides to become malleable so they can absorb the dye. The tanner uses his bare feet to knead the hides for up to three hours to achieve the desired softness. ,authentic and respect of the natures rules start when the animal still alive thru the slaughtering processioning is observed to maximize the best value,and restore Craftsmanship to its originality . Best for high end boutiques.




Morocco exports outlooks 2018.

We expect an increase of 20% in the Berber rugs exports to Europe.the areas that will most benefit is the Riff mountain,Charchwen.Ketama.Beni boufrah ,and Alhoceima region as a whole.

After years of bad weather that affected the crops,people have been returning to making the most beautiful rugs in the planet,thanks to the increase interests of French buyers.and Germans.


Tangier have become one of the main makers of leather goods in Morocco.while some other cities have taken the leads over the years , northern morocco is being rediscover again .today Tangier have seen an increase of tourists ,and merchant tourists of about 300% over the last 10 years of so .thanks to an increase of commercial infrastructure.such as Tanger Med port.Tanger free zone,the migration of many automakers to tangier,thanks to generous intensives from Morocco,cheap labor,and proximity to Europe.

Tangier have became a major financial power.second to Casablanca ,the factories in tangier now are alive ,and running on all cylinders .

Tangier is well know for well designed poofs,over the years ,the number of shops in Gzanaya  making poofs was one ,today they are 25.


We expect an increase 15% in the sector.thanks to new markets in Europe and north america

the rest of aircraft sectors will remain unchanged …