There are 4 Imperial Cities in Morocco, cities that have once been the home of the ruling royal family. Fes, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat, all very different from each other and well worth a visit.
The majority of Moroccan travellers plan to visit the Sahara, the largest hot desert in the world. And nowhere is the desert more accessible than here in Morocco.…
For many people, Morocco is a dream from 1001 nights, a foreign, fascinating world. I fell in love with this country during my first holiday in Morocco, a hiking tour in the Sahara. A few years later I moved here. And I still find new reasons to love this country all the time.
Morocco seems to be a country that people either love or hate. There is not much in between. I love it! But of course, there are some things that are very annoying, even to me.
If you have never visited a Middle Eastern or North African city, you are probably unfamiliar with the terms medina and souk. Find out what they mean in this post.
Rabat, the capital of Morocco, doesn’t make it on many tourists’ itineraries. Which in my opinion is a mistake, as the city has a lot to offer.
Morocco is one of the most interesting and diverse countries in the world. There are many reasons to visit Morocco. Not only culture and people, but also the country’s nature and architecture invite you to make one or more trips.
Essaouira is by far my absolute favourite city in Morocco. I’ve been there 3 times, each time for at least a week. And I just don’t get bored there.
The best decision I made while planning my trip to Jordan, was to buy the Jordan Pass. It saved me so much money, time and hassle, it was definitely worth it. In this post you can find out if and why you should buy the Jordan Pass too.
Jerash is the best place to see Roman ruins in Jordan and an easy day trip from Amman. Check out my photos to get inspired.