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1 Week itinerary | the south of Morocco | incl Sahara desert camel trek & camp

Salam everybody! I receive a huge number of emails from my Readers, regarding itineraries for Morocco. To make our lives easier, I decided to start the series in which I will present you my subjectively perfect itineraries for Morocco! In this post I will present you my itinerary for the south of Morocco, including the […]

He Gave Up The Business Idea And Created A Cultural Place | Le Jardin Secret

Today I’d like to tell you about a place that has been turned from literally RUINS of an ancient riad to this stunning garden showcasing various plants from all over the globe and the splendid architecture. When Lauro, the pioneer and creator of this wonderful spot, showed me the photos of Le Jardin Secret before […]

Moroccan food with a vege twist & more | Ayaso Concept Store, Marrakech

Monika has lived in Marrakech for more than a decade now. Her passion for healthy lifestyle, helping people, and organic food has inspired her to create a wonderful place in the heart of Gueliz, the French district of the noisy city of Marrakech. Monika, just like me, is a Polish blogger based in Morocco. We […]

Enticing Novel “The Assembly of the Dead” by Saeida Rouass

The problem I have with books is that when the author doesn’t manage to grasp my attention during the first 5 pages – I am done. I resell or give away the book and spread the word among my friends so they don’t bother reading it. The exactly opposite thing happened to me when I […]

Discover The South Of Morocco With Al Jazeera | The Traveller #4

Do you guys remember the videos about Morocco I shared with you in the past weeks? Unfortunately today it is the last time I will share the Al Mosafer episode with you. It is the last video about Morocco, and probably my favorite one. If you follow me on Facebook, Instagram and the blog, you […]

Is It Hard To Run Business In Morocco? | Testimonials Of 6 Entrepreneurs

Opening one’s own business is every entrepreneur’s dream. Some people don’t realize how much work and stress it costs (like me, for example, and I am sure that many of you too). Opening a business in Morocco, from my perspective, was a bumpy road. If you follow my adventures, you know what I am talking […]

Home made couscous in the making

6 Ways To Be A Marrakech Insider By Amanda From MarocMama

  Insider’s Survival Guide to Marrakech By Amanda Ponzio-Mouttaki from MarocMama Blog Marrakech gets a bad rap but it’s the only place in Morocco I’d ever want to live. Sure it’s crowded, busy and there’s always some hustle but there’s a lot more to this city than what’s on the surface. If your only experience […]

Amal

“Amal” Women’s Training Center And Moroccan Restaurant In Marrakech

Amal in Arabic means “hope” Hope for a better life and independency. Amal was founded by Nora Fitzgerald, an American born in Morocco, to help the women who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and had no chance to attend school and become independent. Thanks to the various trainings at Amal, they get to polish their social […]

Marrakech Food Tour With MarocMama & MarocBaba

Marrakech Food Tour With Amanda From MarocMama Blog

Avoiding tourist scams in cities like Marrakech is pretty hard for a newbie and requires lots of skills even from the most savvy travelers. I am based in Casablanca, I know it inside out, and even though I’ve been to Marrakech at least 15 times, it used to scare the sh*t out of me. I […]

Jarjeer Mules Oued Doumnas, Marrakech British run ngo sanctuary retirement house donkeys

Jarjeer Retirement Home And Sanctuary For Donkeys And Mules In Douar Oumnas

When I first saw Jarjeer’s activity on Instagram, I knew that was this kind of place that I had to visit! Two days later I jumped on the train from Casablanca and met Susan, one of the two founders of Jarjeer sancturary, at the Marrakech train station. We headed twenty-something kilometres south from hot Marrakech […]

Dades Valley, South of Morocco, Atlas mountains

8 Travel Bloggers Share Their Tips For Newbies In Morocco

You guys often approach me for tips about Morocco for people who come here for the first time. I believe that it’s good to hear different opinions, and even if I try to be consistent and tell you as much as I can, I may miss something. Also, getting tips from different people with different […]

Patio at my Swedish friends' place, Oasis of Tighmert, Sahara

7 Splendid Moroccan Interiors With a Modern Touch

I am a massive fan of Moroccan architecture, are you? In this blog I’d like to show you the most beautiful houses, guest houses and terraces in Morocco I have been to. Most of them are a fusion of Moroccan tradition with a European touch – designed by European expats who wanted to mix influences […]

12 Stunningly Beautiful Photos Of Morocco

My subjective selection of the most breathtaking photos of Morocco in 2015 Anass Errihani Karim Achalhi Sauphiane Idlcadi Marwa Rouigui Jawhar Kodadi Abdelhamid Belamhidi © Bewildered in Morocco. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published without permission, rewritten or redistributed

Hotel Sherazade – Peaceful Land in The Heart Of Marrakech

Marrakesh. Jama el Fnaa. The main square. Monkeys. Veiled henna artists. Lamp sellers. Snake charmers. Mouthwatering nougat. Countless stands offering dinners. Even more offering orange juice. High walls of the old city. A tiny alley leading to the heart of medina. 2 minute walk among little shops and we are there. Sherazade. An old, Moroccan […]

Jama El Fnaa Where The Magic Happens – Main Square In Marrakech

Roofs of medina Old cities in Arab countries are like an unveiled mystery. The older medina- the bigger secret. The old city in Marrakech is hidden behind tall walls. Getting lost in it is an essential part of your Moroccan excursion :)   One of countless alleys in medina.   When I see those rickety […]

My Favorite Cities In Morocco

CITY: Ait Ouglif WHY: It is a very peaceful Amazigh village in the mountains. Its location is almost perfect: 17 km to civilization (Boumalene) and around 70 km to a bigger city, Kelaat M’gouna. Ait Ouglif itself is hidden in the mountains, among trees, nature and water.  There is a little river and all fruits […]

Riad Quara In Marrakech – When Modernity And Traditions Clash

  The very first thing that comes to my mind when I am asked about my impressions about Riad Quara in Marrakesh is: many hotel owners could learn from this riad how to treat their guests. Why? Let me explain it to you. When you ring the bell you are welcomed by one of those lovely […]