Answering all your questions about travel in Morocco during Ramadan.
Why is my blog called Not Scared Of The Jetlag? And what actually is jetlag? You can find the answers in this post!
There are so many restaurants in Essaouira, it is hard to choose where to eat. After spending a total of almost a month here, I do have my favourites.
If you are driving from Marrakech to Merzouga or M’Hamid, you will probably want to make a few stops. The route is longer than you think, and it makes sense to plan an overnight stay as well. I’ve put together a list of the best stops on the way to the desert.
The best place to buy souvenirs in Morocco is Essaouira. Not only are there some unique things only available here, you also get great prices and don’t get harrassed by the vendors.
Europeans can enter Morocco without a visa, they simply get a stamp in their passport that allows them to stay in the country for 90 days. But what if you would like to stay longer? Go to Tarifa for a visa run!
We all wonder how best to stay connected to the rest of the world when travelling. Is it enough to use the wifi in the hotel? How much does a local SIM card cost? Are there any tricks? So here I’ve gathered all the important information for using your phone with a SIM card and wifi in Morocco.
While almost all of the major attractions in Morocco cost an entrance fee, there are plenty of free attractions to rival them. Whether you’re on a tight budget or not, these are the places to visit in Morocco!
Morocco in summer is one thing above all – hot! In Marrakech and south of the Atlas Mountains, the temperature can and will exceed 40°C and it hardly cools down at night.
For those who prefer a city tour to a beach holiday, the first route is perfect. If you like to spend your days at the beach, swimming, surfing and eating fish, you should take a look at the second route below.
Chefchaouen, the blue city in northern Morocco. Is it worth visiting? Read the post to find out.