I had "pinned" this all blue town on Pinterest several times over the years. I didn't even know the name. When I looked up places to visit in Morocco, I saw on the Free People blog that visiting the all blue town was a must: Chefchaouen. I realized it was the same place I always wanted to
I won't lie, the thing I was most excited to do on my last trip? Shopping in Morocco. If you can't tell, I enjoy shopping and have gone on some of the most amazing shopping tours in India. Before I went I hadn't researched what to buy in Morocco and how much to pay. It
The Scarabeo (Stone) Camp in Marakesh was a stunning and unforgettable experience that I highly recommend. While most people, even solo female travelers, can do tours to the Moroccan Desert, we didn't have time if we wanted to relax. Here's a look at what Scarabeo Camp Marrakesh can offer and why it's proximity is so
We decided on our trip to Morocco a little last minute. I had to squeeze it in, which means I had just under 2 weeks to enjoy the country! With this Morocco itinerary, you'll see what I thought would be the best of what to do and see. Of course, you can't "do" a country
I seriously hope you've been inspired by my Moroccan coverage and are considering a visit. I am now going to share how you can spend 5 days in Marrakech with the cutest boutique hotels, best food, entertainment, tour companies, and of course shopping hotspots. General Morocco Travel Tips How to Spend 2 Weeks in Morocco
El Fenn in Marrakesh is one of the top rated hotels in the city. My friend Tia and I were lucky to stay for two nights so I could share it on the blog! El Fenn Hotel Review In the mornings, tea and coffee was left outside the door so you can have some in
Chefchaouen was by far my favorite place to visit in my 2 weeks in Morocco! This all blue town is a photographer's dream. You can wander here for hours and just be in awe the whole time. It's a little out-of-the-way making it less touristy than other spots in Morocco, but it's worth a visit.
Riad Star is located inside the medina in Marrakesh. It actually used to be the home of Josephine Baker. She was a hero of the French resistance and a civil rights fighter. She was also a singer and actress. The riad doubles as a little museum with some pieces from that time period in the lobby.