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Coronavirus: Hotel Owners in Morocco’s Merzouga Decided to open Doors to all Stranded Tourists for Free.

Coronavirus: Hotel Owners in Morocco’s Merzouga Decided to open Doors to all Stranded Tourists for Free.

Merzouga Desert

After the decision of the Kingdom of Morocco to suspend flights to European countries, until further notice as a precautionary measure to contain the Coronavirus, which worsened in Spain, Italy and France in recent days.

 Hotel holders and residents in Morocco’s Merzouga desert decided to open Doors and offer free accommodation and meals to all tourists stranded as a sign of Moroccan hospitality.

“I decided to host tourists stuck in the region due to suspension of international travel,” Ouha told Morocco World News.

Moha Ouha, is owner hotel of Madu Riad who offers free accommodation to tourists.

 “We are collaborating with the youth of the region working in the tourism sector to offer good accommodation to tourists stuck near us, Generosity and hospitality are part of our Moroccan Amazigh (Berber) culture and traditions.” He added.

Others have engaged in the same initiative, opening up their riads, hotels, and even houses to host stranded tourists .

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