Chefchaouen: deep blue and city of stars

Perched high in the green mountains in the Rif region of northeastern Morocco, Chefchaouen is one of the most demonstrative examples of Morocco’s geographical beauty. Blue painted to repel mosquitoes and other pests, Chefchaouen, Chauen or Xauen as it is also known, is a traditional city and at the same time is very quiet and […]

Sahara Desert Merzouga

DIY guide from Marrakech to the Sahara Desert

The advantage of doing the tour on your own is that you do not have to be with 17 strangers (it’s the typical number of people on the shared tours) and that you can also choose where to stop and how much time you spend there. Before embarking on going from Marrakesh to the Sahara […]

Jemaa el Fna Square

The definitive guide of Marrakesh Morocco in three days

At the foot of the High Atlas Mountains, stands Marrakech. A chaotic, immense, intoxicating city. At times the invasion of colors, smells, labyrinths and sounds is overwhelming. Marrakech is the first thing one imagines when thinking about Morocco. We left Rabat very early in the morning. Through the window of the train the wild flowers […]

The perfect 24 hours in Asilah Morocco

The white city of Asilah in Morocco seems some island lost in Greece, but the mosques, calls to prayers and Arabic style doors are a reminder that we finally arrive in Morocco. Asilah (sometimes also Arcila or Assilah), is the first city south of Tangier (and the first stop of the national train network that […]