Morocco Travel BlogTravel guides, itineraries, abandoned places, street art and off-the-beaten-path places in Morocco
Hello and welcome to our Morocco travel blog. You will find all our blog posts from the North African Kingdom of Morocco in this section of our website.
Maybe you found our Morocco travel blog because you are considering visiting Morocco, or perhaps you are partway through planning a trip to the Mahgreb region of North Africa. Whatever the reason, we hope we can provide some useful resources and travel tips for Morocco.
Kirsty’s first trips to Morocco were work-related and involved staying in luxury hotels, while Mark’s first visit as a young and naive backpacker fresh of the boat from Europe resulted in him vowing never to return! As a result, many years passed before Mark was prepared to give Morocco a second chance. But guess what? We had a great trip and are even thinking about returning…
Our Morocco blog posts are generally aimed at independent travellers and backpackers like us and have a strong focus on travelling around using public transport, staying in budget accommodation and exploring off-the-beaten-path and lesser-visited places.
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Photographs of the beautiful Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco along with information and travel tips on visiting the mosque.
And a preview of what's on our travel agenda for 2018 Oops, we did it again! On not slowing down… 2017 saw us pass our 9-year travelversary but didn’t see us slow down very much! We stayed in a handful of places for a week which, to be honest, is quite an achievement...
A 3 week Morocco itinerary for backpackers and independent travellers travelling overland from Essaouira to Tangier via Marrakech and Fez.
Asilah medina has an artsy feel, with murals or paintings seemingly on every wall. Asilah is known as Morocco’s art hub and holds an annual festival.
Our three-week road trip through Morocco took us from Essaouira on the Atlantic to Tangier, the country’s northern tip. Impressions of Morocco with photos.
Also known as Chaouen or Xauen, Chefchaouen’s main attraction is its blue houses. For keen photographers, it’s an essential stop on any Moroccan itinerary.
One thing that made Tangier’s medina stand out from all the other labyrinthine old towns in Morocco was its highly colourful street art.
Visiting the leather tanneries is a highlight of a trip to Fez in Morocco. For the best views, you need to enter one of leather stores that surrounded them.
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