Too many people take a day trip to Chefchaouen to ooh and ahh at the beautiful blue city, not getting to know the city. There is so much more to do beyond walking around to look at the beautiful blue
After having such a great hike with my guide, Mohammed the day before, we hired him again to take us to Akchour to hike to the small cascade. This isn’t a very long hike, but it offers a different perspective
After a half hour of walking uphill, I looked down the mountain to see houses spread out over the foothills of the Rif Mountains. As my eyes scanned to the left, I spotted Chefchaouen’s medina. Among the sparsely populated
Riding along in the bus, gazing at the beautiful Rif Mountains all around me, I get my first glimpse of Chefchaouen. Since the quick stop in Tetouan, we have been driving by small clusters of buildings here and there, but
For quite a few years, I have wanted to ride a camel. When the planning for this trip began, I saw a picture of someone riding a camel and decided that Morocco was a place I wanted to visit.