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It may not feature in Morocco's official tourism brochures but cannabis attracts thousands of visitors a year to the North African country. At a hotel bar in the northern region of Ketama, German tourist Beatrix made no attempt to hide the joint she was rolling.Ketama hosts thousands of tourists a year, mostly from Europe but also from other parts of Morocco.Small-time dealers and unlicensed guides approach tourists to offer them hashish or a tour of nearby farms to meet the "kifficulteurs" – local cannabis producers.On the terrace of a strategically located cafe, dealer Mohammad approached potential buyers, showing them a large pellet of hash and offering a "field visit" to see how the cannabis is processed.After gathering a group of tourists, he took them to a nearby village. Nearby, a group of young French tourists crossed the plantation with another guide.
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