OuarzazateMorocco EssaouiraMorocco Trek north of Kalaat M'GounaMorocco Trek north of Kalaat M'GounaMorocco Trek north of Kalaat M'GounaMorocco VolubilisMorocco Solo in Morocco 2010Discovering the country.MenuBlogVisited RegionsRouteInfoOther JourneysSite en français Most recent posts: Moulay Driss Zerhoun and Volubilis — May 3, 2010 — Morocco Moulay Driss is the most important pilgrimage site in Morocco. Since it is a holy place, the village was forbidden to non-Muslims until 1912, and it is... read more Meknes — Apr 29, 2010 — Morocco Meknes is one of the four royal cities of Morocco with Rabat, Fez and Marrakesh. It was founded in the 11th century during the reign of Sultan... read more Fez — Apr 26, 2010 — Morocco Inside its thousand-year-old medina, Fez is home to numerous mosques, fountains, gardens, madrasas, tanneries, and small shops. Surrounded and protected... read more Trek north of Kalaat M'Gouna — Apr 19, 2010 — Morocco This trek over a few days in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains was with an organized group. In fact, my goal was to evaluate a French travel agency... read more Chefchaouen — Mar 27, 2010 — Morocco Chefchaouen, also known as Chaouen, is one of the most beautiful towns of Morocco. Perched in the Rif Mountains, it has a superb medina with winding alleys... read more Tétouan — Mar 24, 2010 — Morocco The town of Tétouan is superbly located at the foot of the Rif Mountains. Its main highlight, in addition to its fantastic scenery, is its old medina... read more Ceuta — Mar 22, 2010 — Spain When someone asks me if I ever visited Spain, I automatically answer no. But it is not true. Accessible from Morocco and within the African continent... read more Asilah and Tangier — Mar 20, 2010 — Morocco During the summer months, the village of Asilah is bustling with sun-seeking Moroccan tourists who want to enjoy the beach and the medina. When I was... read more Larache and the ruins of Lixus — Mar 18, 2010 — Morocco Larache is a small town on the Atlantic Coast of Morocco that sees few tourists. The place is quiet and nice to visit. The main reason I came here is... read more Rabat and Chellah Historic Site — Mar 15, 2010 — Morocco Rabat is the political and administrative capital of Morocco and its population is 1,660,000 inhabitants. Contrary to Casablanca, the city is rather charming... read more Casablanca — Mar 14, 2010 — Morocco Casablanca is a modern city with a population of 3.7 million people. It is the largest one in Morocco and the commercial and business centre of the country... read more Essaouira — Feb 22, 2010 — Morocco Essaouira is one of my favourite cities in Morocco; a surprise since I don't like touristy sites. The medina (old city) is surrounded by an ancient rampart... read more On the road — Feb 20, 2010 — Morocco The town of Ouarzazate doesn't have tourist attractions apart from the nice Taourirt Kasbah. However, the scenery around the town is incredible. The region... read more The ksar of Aït Benhaddou — Feb 18, 2010 — Morocco I already visited the ksar with groups of students, but the place is so photogenic that I wanted to have more time to enjoy it. I walked into the narrow... read more Marrakesh — Feb 13, 2010 — Morocco Marrakesh is the first taste of Morocco for most travellers. Founded in AD 1062, the city is filled with historic sites, local markets, Koranic schools... read more Copyright © 2010-2022 Jocelyn Ouellet. All rights reserved.