When travelling through many of the souks or markets all throughout Morocco, you will likely see many beautiful cheeses wrapped skillfully in woven palm leaves. This type of cheese is called Jben. It is a fresh cheese that hails from around the Rif Mountains in the northern parts of Morocco. Jben is usually made from … More Jben – the Moroccan Cheese
Dar Nour is the oldest guesthouses in Tangier and their experience and is what makes a stay here truly amazing. It is situated high up on 11th-century ramparts of the city and as such, enjoys fantastic views over the Bay of Tangier and the old town. Dar Nour is run by an archaeologist, a journalist … More Dar Nour, Tangier: If it’s good enough for Matt Damon, it’s good enough for you.
A checklist of items we wished we remembered to bring in Morocco, everything from a corkscrew to a cool pack. Plus tips on how to dress modestly and stay cool. … More What to pack for a holiday in Morocco
Tips on traveling in Morocco, including what to pack, travelling by ferry and the best luxury budget stay in Tangier. (If it’s good enough for Matt Damon, it’s good enough for you). … More Morocco
If you’re after a little sea-faring adventure, sailing from Spain to Morrocco is an easy journey. Just over 60km’s from the southern tip of Spain is the northern tip of Africa. You can catch a ferry from the Spanish coastal towns of either Tarifa or Algeciras to the busy port hub of Tangier. It’s a … More From Spain to Morocco by ferry