Hiking in the Atlas: how to prepare + lots of resources!

Every year the Kingdom of Morocco attracts millions of tourists, surfers, photographers, hikers, climbers and adventure seekers. No wonder why! The country is full of stunning places to experience and explore. Morocco is also a paradise for active tourists: you can climb, go trekking or hiking in the Atlas, kite surf in one of the […]

Trip to the desert – how to prepare, what to pack?

Lots of people ask me: “What to pack to the Sahara trip? How should I prepare?” So here it is, the list of the most useful items and a couple of tips before your excursion! My list is based on my numerous experiences of travelling to Merzouga, to the average, non luxury camps. Regardless the […]

The life changing day in Taroudant | Story behind Dar al Hossoun

If you are a loyal Reader of Bewildered in Morocco or Bewildered Slavica, I am sure you noticed that I love sharing the stories of the most inspiring people I meet in my life. Thanks to my blogs I am lucky enough to have the chance to visit amazing places and get to know wonderful […]

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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 […]

Discover Beni Mellal & Ifrane With Al Jazeera | The Traveller #3

What is your favorite city in Morocco? I know it’s hard to decide as Morocco offers beautiful landscapes, and there are so many wonderful cities in The Kingdom! Al Jazeera comes to help! With their Al Mosafer series you will discover the most beautiful cities of the country. The series has 4 episodes, and th […]

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Where To Eat Lunch In Casablanca | Budget & Luxury Options

If you are looking for great places to eat out in Casablanca, I’ll share my favorite ones with you! I think that all of them are worth trying – some of them will fill your stomach without emptying your wallet, while the others will spoil your taste buds with sophisticated dishes. All the places are […]

Life In Morocco Isn’t As Cheap As You Thought

Let me tell you: there is a misconception about the cost of living in Morocco. I know that I am not the only one who thinks so, and Amanda from MarocMama explained it well in her post (read here). Food is not the most expensive thing here. Eating out is affordable and you can do […]

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What To See In Rabat?

When people ask me what to see in Rabat, I am having a hard time answering. I don’t spend much time in this city, even though I have many good friends there. Even though I am not a Rbati insider, I managed to come up with this list of my favorite spots in the capital […]

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The Best Of The North With Al Jazeera | The Traveller #2

Do you guys remember the splendid video of Rabat & Casablanca I shared with you last week? Here comes the second part! For those of you who are not familiar with Al Mosafer (“The Traveller”) project yet, it’s a new program launched by Al Jazeera Arabic: The first episode of “The Traveller” starts in the north west […]

Discover Your African Country With Travelstart (Are You 100% Moroccan?)

“I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” ― Robert Louis Stevenson Have you ever wondered which African country suits best your personality and interests? I did! Many times. Today, thanks to Travestart and other bloggers who contributed to this project you can discover […]

Rabat & Casablanca At Their Best With Al Jazeera | The Traveller #1

Morocco has been inspiration for many artists all over the world – lots of photographers and filmmakers came to visit this mysterious country. No wonder why, right? The Moroccan architecture is splendid, food is amazing, and the landscapes are so various, that everyone will find something interesting here. Every year more people find inspiration in […]

Pleasant Way to Learn Darija When You’re Busy

Guess what is the most popular result in my Google Analytics account? Right after finding out what is the best Moroccan food recipe, learning how to open a business in Morocco, or hoping to find a “big Moroccan ass” on my blog, people want to learn Darija! What’s more interesting, most of people who intend […]

The Port In Casablanca

The port of Casablanca is one of the main economic spots in the city, but the locals also know that they can go there for a Sunday lunch with the family or buy fresh fish from the fishermen. There are a couple of restaurants and bars in the port, but to find the cheapest and […]

Blogs About Morocco That You Have to Read (in English)

Happiness is only real when shared, so I decided to put together a list of my favorite reads about Morocco. There are some travel bloggers that I truly love to read, I refresh their social media channels and impatiently wait for their newsletters. I promise everyone will find something interesting in this article! Explore Morocco […]

Husband Hunting in Morocco

Once a year in Dakhla there is a female raid Sahraouiya´s  – this year it was the third edition of the crazy race and I invited Manuela, one of the survivors to speak for you guys. Why I chose her? She is not an ordinary woman competing in the race. She had a mission… ;) Manuela Lanza, journalist, […]

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Original Gift Ideas For People Who Love Morocco

Books & Arabic Courses Online Darija (the Moroccan dialect) is not the most spoken language in the world so it’s not that easy too find books or schools teaching it – especially if you don’t live in Morocco. Luckily, Amazon is full of such books and you can get them here! You can also buy […]

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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 […]

Morocco vs Poland

  Sometimes it’s pretty funny to see how the same things or situations are perceived in two different ways in Poland and Morocco. I love you, my Readers, so I have to share this with you. And I love both countries equally, with their negatives and positives. I think that’s an interesting insight into cultural differences […]